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  • Verdugo Views: Photos conjure up memories of mid-century Glendale

    Verdugo Views: Photos conjure up memories of mid-century Glendale
    Memories of her childhood came flooding back to Victoria Baima Mandile when she opened a package from her sister, Pattie. Inside was a stack of photos of Glendale in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s.
  • Verdugo Views: Photos conjure up thoughts of mid-century Glendale

    Verdugo Views: Photos conjure up thoughts of mid-century Glendale
    Memories of her childhood came flooding back to Victoria Baima Mandile when she opened a package from her sister, Pattie. Inside was a stack of photos of Glendale in the 1940s, '50s and '60s. Mandile, a stylist at Shampoo Conspiracy in Glendale, brought...

    No need for the Sears bashing

    When our old microwave expired recently, the Glendale Sears provided the opposite of “retail irrelevance,” as Nat B. Read claims it to be in his letter to the editor (“Sears store is an outdated model,” Mailbag, Dec. 29). We...

    Small Wonders: Checking off 'catching up' from the list

    I hate people sometimes. This year it was the Berrys from Seattle. A dear, lifelong friend, her husband and their two sickeningly adorable, wide-eyed, precocious sons. Theirs was the first Christmas card we received this year: snapshots of a day at the...

    Verdugo Views: How the Oakmont League helped show the way

    Verdugo Views: How the Oakmont League helped show the way
    Pat Mann was a loyal friend to many Glendale organizations. During the 1940s, she brought two groups together in a relationship that continues to this day. One group was the Foothill Club for the Blind, established in 1939 with support from the Glendale...