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Autism (INACTIVE)

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  • Leno joke preceded fatal collision

    Leno joke preceded fatal collision
    Moments before two Love Ride participants were killed Sunday in a freeway traffic collision, the event’s grand marshal, “The Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, told a crowd of bikers that he wanted to see “somebody go down.”...
  • Editing his way to a new life

    Editing his way to a new life
    Ask Michael Bledstein to name a favorite movie and he reels off his top-10 picks — in alphabetical order. “I just love every decade and genre in cinema,” said the 27-year-old Burbank resident. It is an uncanny ability that has served...
  • Glendale police learn the nuances of autism

    Glendale police learn the nuances of autism
    Don Short and Tamara Mark’s encounter with law enforcement hasn’t always been positive, especially when they have been trying to care for their two autistic sons. During a family trip in Hawaii, Short had to restrain one of the couple’s...
  • The smart move: Choose another battle

    After two dueling public meetings in as many weeks on smart meters, little has changed. The only take-away here is that, hopefully, everyone realizes that enough is enough. For months, a proportionately tiny group of utility customers in Burbank and...
  • All aboard the Toy Express

    All aboard the Toy Express
    A Metrolink train covered in some 50,000 sparkling lights stopped for adoring fans in Burbank and Glendale Sunday evening as crowds donated hundreds of toys for low-income families. The Metrolink Toy Express, which benefits local nonprofits and agencies,...
  • Inclusion Films opens Hollywood doors to special-needs workers

    Inclusion Films opens Hollywood doors to special-needs workers
    Greg Donoghue grew up around film sets. His father worked as a film publicist in Europe and his uncle is Pierre Spengler, a producer of the "Superman" movies. But the 30-year-old had never seriously considered a career in the movie industry until he got...
  • Love Ride will return to Castaic Lake on Oct. 23

    Love Ride will return to Castaic Lake on Oct. 23
    One of the nation's iconic motorcycle charity events will return to Castaic Lake this year. Led by "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno, Love Ride 28 will take place Oct. 23 and revisit the venue that helped grow the ride into an event that has drawn as many as...