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  • The clock strikes Black Friday early

    The clock strikes Black Friday early
    A trend toward stores opening at the stroke of Black Friday is taking hold this year in Burbank and Glendale retail centers. Several national retail chains, including Macy’s and Target, with stores in the Glendale Galleria, will open at midnight on...
  • Holiday Festival heats up

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Saugus 54, Burbank 48: Damarie Gonzalez registered 18 points, eight rebounds and four assists Tuesday for the Bulldogs in a West Coast Holiday Festival Gold Bracket contest at Bellarmine-Jefferson High. Jamie Gonzalez added eight points...
  • Pioneers capture tournament

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Providence 48, San Diego Tri-City Christian 25: The Pioneers won the Tri-City Tournament on Thursday, turning back the host team. Providence's Catherine Saint recorded 16 points and four assists en route to being named the tournament'...
  • Planners OK restaurant, nix stage

    Planners OK restaurant, nix stage
    A new restaurant planned for San Fernando Boulevard will bring lush landscaping to create a park-like atmosphere and nearly 900 square feet of outdoor dining. The restaurant, to be located at 546 S. San Fernando Blvd., will incorporate an existing 2,494-...
  • On Location: Oscar contender 'The Artist' gives shout-out to L.A.

    On Location: Oscar contender 'The Artist' gives shout-out to L.A.
    As a front-runner to win top honors in the upcoming Academy Awards ceremony, “The Artist” is a rarity. Not only is it in black and white, almost entirely silent and a French director's take on old Hollywood, it is the only movie among the nine...
  • Theatre review: 'Two Gentlemen of Chicago'

    Theatre review: 'Two Gentlemen of Chicago'
    Another season, another work of inspired musical lunacy from the Troubadour Theater Company. This time around, the gifted troupe known for signature mash-ups of theater classics and iconic pop music has nearly surpassed itself with “Two Gentlemen of...
  • Parade soars through Burbank

    Parade soars through Burbank
    With aviation as its theme this year, Burbank on Parade kicked off Saturday with a flyover by five helicopters followed by other fliers, marching bands and flight-themed floats. The rain that hit the L.A. area Friday had moved on, and the almost 100...
  • The Valley Line: Orchestra supporters have the world on a string

    The Valley Line: Orchestra supporters have the world on a string
    Whew! Tax time is over. Certainly not my favorite time of the year. Actually, I get quite cranky. Of course there is not a darn thing to be done about it. Ben Franklin once wrote in a letter, "Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance...
  • Read On: People need to stop with the 'selfies'

    Read On: People need to stop with the 'selfies'
    This is probably going to sound odd coming from a guy who has a giant picture of himself running with his column, but I don’t really get the whole “selfies” thing. If I could convince my editor not to run the photo of me, I would. I&...
  • Coachella: The Bots click into success

    Coachella: The Bots click into success
    The Bots are as surprised as anyone about how things have gone with their little band. A few years ago, brothers Anaiah and Mikaiah Lei were a couple of Glendale kids who just wanted to rock 'n' roll, and called themselves the Bots. It turned out they...
  • Hometown Country Fair attracts a crowd

    Hometown Country Fair attracts a crowd
    Familiar sightings in La Crescenta such as roving robots and dogs in festive outfits were joined by uncommon visitors such as the world’s largest breed of porcupine on Saturday at the ninth annual Hometown Country Fair. The event brought together...
  • Play and replay

    Play and replay
    “Everyone dies with secrets, why can’t I?” Convalescing at home after a fall, Lilith Fischer, age 87, is snappish with her son on the phone, rude to her in-home aide and determined to keep the memories of her youth buried. A ghost...