For broadcast times for "Behind the Badge," after the show begins
airing, check the schedule on the city's website at
Lecture to focus on faith and politics
NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Explore faith and politics today with Blase
Bonpane, named by L.A. Weekly as "the most underrated humanist of the
past decade," during a free lecture at Glendale Community College
Bonpane is director of the Office of the Americas, a nonprofit
educational organization devoted to global justice and peace. He
earned the reputation of being an expert on liberation theology and
is a regular news commentator on KPFK Pacifica Radio and is host of
the weekly program, World Focus. Bonpane will also sign copies of his
latest book, "Common Sense for the Twenty-First Century" after the
lecture and discussion.
The lecture will be today at noon in Kreider Hall at the college,
1500 N. Verdugo Road. The event will be the last of this semester's
Humanities and Social Sciences Lecture Series.
For more information, call 240-1000.
Elderly woman hit
by bus recovering
NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- An 83-year-old Glendale woman hurt in a
Beeline bus accident in September is expected to recover from her
Glendale Police have determined the bus driver was at fault, but
no criminal charges were expected to be filed, said Lt. Don Meredith,
who heads the department's traffic bureau.
Driver Deborah Ann York, 51, of Glendale, is on administrative
leave pending the results of internal investigations, said John
Baird, a company spokesman for MV Transportation, which runs the
Police released an on-board video of the incident this week to