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  • At 9 years old, Glendale boy makes his mark for the environment

    At 9 years old, Glendale boy makes his mark for the environment
    At the Lego store in the Glendale Galleria, everyone knows this name: Wyatt Workman. The 9-year-old Glendale resident is known there for his love of Legos. His most recent masterpiece — a three-story haunted house with glow-in-the-dark ghosts and a...
  • Paco the Chihuahua to attend Altadena food truck event

    Fancy Food Truck Friday is this week behind the Webster's complex, 2450 N. Lake Ave., from 5-9 PM, and special guest is YouTube sensation Paco the Crime-Fighting Chihuahua. Paco and Ace Smoke Shop owner Erik Night will be Webster’s honorary...
  • DC Comics hopes revamped heroes and digital will save the day

    DC Comics hopes revamped heroes and digital will save the day
    DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio was at a comic-book store in New Jersey when he noticed something alarming. Over the course of an hour, only two customers came in. And, this was a Saturday — the busiest day of the week for most retailers. “...
  • Think Again: Identifying legitimate democracies

    Some news in the last few weeks has demonstrated the fragile nature of our freedoms. As riots in Great Britain spread, on Aug. 11 the British prime minister’s reaction was to begin an assault on freedom of speech and assembly by attempting to ban...
  • Dealership employee caught speeding through neighborhoods on YouTube

    Dealership employee caught speeding through neighborhoods on YouTube
    City traffic investigators are studying a YouTube video that appears to show an employee of Pacific BMW taking a new 1 Series M coupe — the interior still covered in plastic wrapping, a sales sticker on the window — for a high-speed drive down...
  • Of parrots, possessives and proper names

    Pasadena is home to the world-famous Rose Parade, the Renoirs and Van Goghs of the Norton Simon Museum, and some of the loudest, most obnoxious wild green parrots ever to announce a new day to residents not yet ready to face it. Sometimes the parrots...
  • Burb's Eye View: A tangled Web of local TV

    The next big production to take the world by storm may be filmed right next door — and I’m not just talking to the Burbank neighbors near Warner Bros. and Disney. A cadre of movie wizards could be conjuring the next great fantasy epic in a...
  • Ron Kaye: Karmageddon: Making traffic problems worse

    Ron Kaye: Karmageddon: Making traffic problems worse
    No sooner did we survive a doomsayer’s warning of the rapturous Armageddon on May 16 then we were confronted with dire warnings of something worse: spending an entire weekend stuck in the worst traffic gridlock anyone, anywhere has ever seen. It&...
  • PROJECT Trio weaves rock, hip-hop into classical compositions

    PROJECT Trio weaves rock, hip-hop into classical compositions
    Who says classical music has to be a formal affair? Not PROJECT Trio, a classical chamber ensemble fueled by the sounds of rock 'n' roll, hip-hop and jazz, from Guns ‘N Roses to Duke Ellington. With some 66 million hits on YouTube, appearances on...
  • Video: Kim Kardashian asks public to commemorate Armenian genocide

    Video: Kim Kardashian asks public to commemorate Armenian genocide
    Kim Kardashian may not have been able to attend this year’s genocide commemoration events in Glendale, but organizers hope her 43-second video clip will be the gift that keeps on giving. In the video uploaded to YouTube Wednesday, Kardashian...
  • Brown's budget proposal could sideline Glendale courthouse project

    Brown's budget proposal could sideline Glendale courthouse project
    Plans for a new for a new $123.9-million courthouse in Glendale could get iced by Gov. Jerry Brown's latest budget proposal. His spending plan, unveiled Monday, freezes construction of new courthouses for one year, sharply cuts health and welfare...
  • Bluegrass legend to play in Burbank

    Mandolinist-guitarist-vocalist Roland White’s performance Tuesday night at Viva Cantina not only marks a homecoming for the onetime Burbank resident, but also a rare local opportunity to see a performer whose experience in traditional and...