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  • Monroy, Paul lead area pack

    Monroy, Paul lead area pack
    The area teams have enjoyed their share of success in cross-country the past few years. In 2009, seven of the eight local girls' and boys' programs from Burbank, Burroughs, Bellarmine-Jefferson and Providence highs had teams or individuals who...
  • GCC remains winless

    MONTEREY PARK— Having left his usual position on the sideline in favor of calling in plays from the coaches' booth, Glendale Community College football Coach John Rome had a bird's eye view of his team's game at East Los Angeles College on Saturday....
  • A Hawaii Five-O birthday celebration

    A Hawaii Five-O birthday celebration
    A Hawaii Five-O birthday celebration U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff was joined by close to 300 friends and supporters as he celebrated his 50th birthday Hawaiian-style at The Castaway Luau Grounds this past Thursday. Accompanied by his wife, Eve, and children,...
  • Just for laughs

    Just for laughs
    Local comedians will cast out their best shtick during grand opening shows Sept. 9 to 11 at the Flappers Comedy Club. The grand opening evening shows will be emceed by Samuel J. Comroe. Comroe plays up his Tourette's syndrome that, he said, inspires...
  • Not a good start for Vaqueros, 41-20

    GLENDALE — From the coaching standpoint, the Glendale Community College football team was prepared for Saturday's season opener. But on the intensity level, the Vaqueros were "shocked." Glendale college allowed three touchdowns in the first 11...
  • Signs point to cathedral

    In early September, state transportation officials placed signs on Interstate 5 identifying exits for the St. Leon Cathedral of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Burbank — but without the typical legislative go-ahead. Identifying significant...
  • Start the Presses: Brown-baggin' it

     Start the Presses: Brown-baggin' it
    On a strangely cool August day several years ago, I walked into a New York City classroom to begin my first day of classes at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Inside that small, overheated room were a dozen other students, and the...
  • Enjoying a fruitful campaign

    Enjoying a fruitful campaign
    This is the second in a four-part series looking back on the sports accomplishments of the four local high schools over the past school year. This installment is Burroughs High: Records were broken, long standing droughts were erased, state competition...
  • Local wins award at Cooperstown tourney

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene: Toluca player takes first in Golden Arm competition: The Fightin' Titans, a Toluca Baseball Pony League team, enjoyed modest success recently at a Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament. During the event in New...
  • City Council candidate Emily Gabel-Luddy

    A 30-year veteran of the public sector, Emily Gabel-Luddy began her service to Burbank a decade ago when she was appointed to the Planning Board. She brought her experience of working for the Los Angeles Department of Planning at all levels, including...
  • Burbank Noon Rotary is historic event

    The July 12 meeting of the Burbank Rotary Club was an exciting and memorable gathering indeed. For not only was it the inaugural meeting of new president Jonathan Taylor (who announced that he was newlywed), but the Invocation was given by his father,...
  • Realtors rally behind Habitat for Humanity

    While real estate agents are known for their professional service in the buying and selling of houses, rarely are they known for actually building them. That, however, was the case as members of the Burbank Association of Realtors (BAR) took up shovels,...