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  • Gatto and Ramani go into detail

    MIKE GATTO: 1) California faces projected budget deficits of close to $20 billion annually for the next several years. What specific steps must the state take to achieve a balanced budget? To paraphrase Winston Churchill, the next few years are likely...
  • 818 Hot Tips: Art workshop, swing lessons and Shakespeare

    Viveka Devadas teaches a seven-week art workshop beginning at 11 a.m. today at the Joslyn Adult Center, 1301 W. Olive Ave., Burbank. The two-hour classes for those 55 and older include instruction with basic drawing, use of color pencils and pastels,...
  • Studebaker drove change in the auto industry

    The news around Glendale early in 1917 was that war with Germany was looming. In response to that, an auxiliary to the Los Angeles Red Cross was formed at a meeting at the high school, and later in the year a local chapter began. Also that year, two...
  • Warner Bros. makes parent proud

    Warner Bros. makes parent proud
    Television show production and movies at Burbank’s Warner Bros. Studios played a pivotal role in driving New York-based parent Time Warner Inc. to record profits in 2010 and a strong fourth-quarter financial performance, top executives said...
  • Vacancies up in Glendale, down in Burbank

    Vacancies up in Glendale, down in Burbank
    Glendale and Burbank are going different directions when it comes to commercial real estate. The vacancy rate in prime Glendale commercial buildings climbed to 23.6% in the fourth quarter of 2010, up 4.5% from a year earlier, according to Grubb & Ellis...
  • From The Bullpen: Don't vilify families that work together

    OK class, your vocabulary word this month is “nepotism.” Wikipedia defines nepotism as favoritism granted to relatives or friends regardless of merit. What it seems to mean in Burbank is if you have a relative also working for the city, you...
  • Digital technology pushes Technicolor closer to rival

    Digital technology pushes Technicolor closer to rival
    Hollywood's rapid march to digital technology is bringing arch rivals Deluxe Entertainment Services Group and Technicolor Inc. together in an unusual partnership. The companies announced today that Technicolor will subcontract its 35mm film print...
  • Technicolor Inc. moving jobs to Glendale

    Glendale officials are seeing a full-color demonstration of what they hope will happen in the San Fernando Road Creative Corridor, with Technicolor Inc. agreeing this month to move 100 film-processing jobs into a 40,000-square-foot Flower Avenue...
  • Doctors supplement income via drug companies

    A cardiologist, endocrinologist, psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and allergist. These five medical professionals in Burbank and Glendale may have different specialties, but they have one source of income in common — drug companies. Since 2009, 33...
  • Glendale AT&T workers walk out over clash on union button

    Glendale AT&T workers walk out over clash on union button
    About 80 workers protested outside an AT&T dispatching facility in Glendale Thursday that was sparked, union leaders say, when a female technician refused to remove a union button she was wearing at work. AT&T and its union workers are in contract...
  • Glendale-based importer recalls Canadian cheese

    Glendale-based importer recalls Canadian cheese
    Glendale-based Kradjian Importing Co. is recalling 231 cases of cheese because the products may be contaminated with listeria, bacteria that can be fatal to small children or those with weak immune systems. The recall, posted by the Food and Drug...
  • Taken For Granted: The thing about resolutions

    One week into the New Year, that’s seven days, or approximately 168 hours since the crystal ball dropped at Times Square, and I’ll bet those lofty New Year’s resolutions you so foolishly made already are under siege. But not me. I...