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  • Tbirds stands in solidarity with Seal Beach salon

    Tbirds stands in solidarity with Seal Beach salon
    Martina Maina happened to listen to talk radio in her car a few weeks ago on her way to lunch, two things she rarely does. The founder, hair designer and make-up artist at TBirds Hair and Nail Salon in Burbank is usually so busy she skips lunch —...
  • GM is latest sponsor to pull ads from 'John and Ken' show

    GM is latest sponsor to pull ads from 'John and Ken' show
    General Motors on Wednesday became the latest company to pull ads from KFI’s "John and Ken" show in support of a boycott pressed by Latino and immigrant-rights activists who say the popular radio show promotes hate speech. The National Hispanic...
  • Burbank salon raises funds for Seal Beach shooting victims' family

    Martina Maina happened to listen to talk radio in her car last week on her way to lunch, two things she rarely does. The founder, hair designer and make-up artist at TBirds Hair and Nail Salon in Burbank is usually so busy she skips lunch and said she...
  • 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...
  • Locals form to fight wireless T-Mobile tower

    Locals form to fight wireless T-Mobile tower
    Several Burbank residents met Wednesday to organize a fight against a planned wireless telecommunications facility atop a nearby church. Their battle includes filing three appeals of a decision by the Planning Board allowing the project to move forward....
  • City approves smart meter opt-out policy

    City approves smart meter opt-out policy
    Burbank Water and Power customers who want to opt out of having a digital meter measure their residential power usage have two months to inform the utility, according to a new policy approved by the City Council. Despite some confusion among opponents,...
  • Local broadcaster wins two Golden Mikes

    Local broadcaster wins two Golden Mikes
    Veteran Broadcast Journalist Peter Musurlian won two Golden Mikes Jan. 21 at the 62nd annual Golden Mike Awards, organized by the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California. The event was held at the Universal City Hilton and was attended...
  • Judge tosses out 'Piolin' extortion suit against ex-staffers

    Judge tosses out 'Piolin' extortion suit against ex-staffers
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has dismissed an extortion lawsuit brought by popular Spanish-language radio personality Eddie “Piolin” Sotelo against six former staff members of his canceled Univision Radio show — and ruled...
  • Parents raise concern over GUSD's Wi-Fi

    La Crescenta resident Winston Story has collected more than 40 signatures from fellow parents for a petition against Glendale Unified’s use of Wi-Fi in classrooms over concerns that radio waves emitted by wireless Internet routers could pose...
  • Group protests GUSD's use of Wi-Fi

    La Crescenta parent Winston Story has collected more than 40 signatures from fellow parents protesting Glendale Unified’s use of Wi-Fi in classrooms, saying radio waves emitted by wireless Internet routers could pose health risks. The father of...
  • Take a nostalgic seat at 'Smokey Joe's Café'

    Take a nostalgic seat at 'Smokey Joe's Café'
    Jeffrey Polk, director of the new Pasadena Playhouse production of “Smokey Joe's Café: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller,” knows why the show has been successful since it bowed in 1994. “The strength,” he declares, “is in the...
  • National Public Radio names La Cañada resident interim CEO, announces staff cuts

    National Public Radio names La Cañada resident interim CEO, announces staff cuts
    National Public Radio announced that it will reduce its work force by 10 percent — about 840 people will be offered voluntary buyouts to balance its budget — and a La Cañada resident will take over as interim chief executive officer, according...