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  • Glee Club gives earnest final tour concert

    Glee Club gives earnest final tour concert
    Friendship between the director of Cornell University’s Glee Club and conductor of the Pasadena Master Chorale brought the two singing groups together Sunday afternoon for a joint concert at the La Crescenta Presbyterian Church. The choir from...
  • 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...
  • In Theory: When do we develop spirituality?

    According to an article published last week in the Los Angeles Times, a long-term study conducted by three UCLA researchers and recently published in a new book reveals that college can be the best time for students to discover themselves spiritually. The...
  • A reflection of China's ancient past at the Huntington

    A reflection of China's ancient past at the Huntington
    A tiny leopard frozen in mid-leap. A stalking hunter. Twining leaves, coiled dragons, interlaced serpents, swooping birds and “swirling cloud scrolls” that represent “the vital energy, or qi, of everything in the universe”:...
  • Rose Parade thrills crowds with war vet, city floats

    Rose Parade thrills crowds with war vet, city floats
    Thousands lined Pasadena’s Colorado Boulevard Monday for the 123rd Rose Parade that included an Occupy protest, an Iraq war veteran grand marshal and local students who rode atop Glendale’s float. Themed “Just Imagine,” the...
  • Congratulations: Altrusa salutes youth for service

    Along with family and administrators, Glendale Altrusans honored four accomplished eighth-grade students from Roosevelt, Rosemont, Toll and Wilson middle schools, for their exemplary community service. The are Melody Shahsavarani, Noemi Rodriguez,...
  • Local day laborers: Older, undocumented, undereducated

    Local day laborers: Older, undocumented, undereducated
    The average day laborer in Harbor City and Wilmington is 44 years old and has lived in the United States for nearly 17 years, according to survey results out of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. The Harbor-UCLA Summer Urban Health Fellowship conducted research...
  • On the Radar: We prefer animals over buildings, Rick Caruso slammed and weekend shows

    On the Radar: We prefer animals over buildings, Rick Caruso slammed and weekend shows
    Are you a cat person or a dog person? Or are you just not an animal person? According to a recent CalTech study, our brains are hardwired to react to creatures of the nonhuman kind. CalTech and UCLA researchers found that neurons throughout the brain's...
  • On the Radar: Football lovers, recycling raises income and a new city nearby?

    East Los Angeles is moving closer to becoming its own city despite mounting cost concerns and implications of cityhood, Curbed LA reported.  Officials released the final version of the East Los Angeles Comprehensive Fiscal Analysis late last week,...
  • With smart meter naysayers holding court, Glendale brings out the experts

    With smart meter naysayers holding court, Glendale brings out the experts
    With some Glendale customers grumbling over what they say is the Big Brother debut of a new smart meter grid, the city's utility today announced plans to host a panel of experts to address public concerns. Some Glendale Water & Power customers have...
  • Experts pessimistic about local housing market

    Experts pessimistic about local housing market
    The local real estate market continued to slide in October with the brunt of the bad news coming from Burbank, where the average home sale price tumbled by more than $82,000 compared to the same period last year, according to the latest real estate...
  • Civil rights icon Terrence Roberts speaks at Hoover High

    Civil rights icon Terrence Roberts speaks at Hoover High
    A man who faced down violent crowds and antagonistic schoolmates amid the upheaval of desegregation in the American South encouraged students to be equally purposeful in their pursuit of an education during a visit to Hoover High School on Monday....