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November 6, 2002
Department presents one-act plays GLENDALE -- "The Lesbian Witches of Ojai," four short plays by Brian Dembkoski, opens Thursday performed by the GCC Theatre Arts Department in the Auditorium Studio Theatre. The two comedies and two dramas examine issues from gender confusion to breaking defined stereotypes. Performances are at 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Nov. 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23. Matinees are at 2 p.m. Sunday and continue Nov. 17 and 24. Tickets are $7, $5 for students and seniors.
LOCAL
October 24, 2005
by Charly Shelton Members of the Gay- Straight Alliance Club at Crescenta Valley High walked with the hundreds of other participants in the 21st Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, held on the streets of West Hollywood last Saturday. The AIDS Walk of Los Angeles is a 10 kilometer, or 6.5 mile, walk through West Hollywood that goes up Melrose and back down Beverly. Participants collect sponsors who donate money either in one lump sum or by kilometers walked. Then the walkers do just that: walk the 10 kilometers to raise the money for the AIDS Project Los Angeles to fund AIDS research.
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By Jon Haber | August 6, 2009
A family crisis drew registered nurse Cindy Estipona to home-health nursing, but she said it’s the little things that have kept her in the field for more than 30 years. When she was 15, Estipona lost her father to a heart attack, a tragedy that she credits as the beginning of her high comfort level with the grieving process. Through her experiences with her own family, she has been able to remain emotionally strong and collected when it comes to working with suffering patients, she said.
NEWS
November 16, 2002
Joyce Rudolph A Noise Within officials are inviting the community to become more involved with the classical theater company by offering the first of many public meetings Tuesday. Newly appointed Managing Director Todd Dellinger believes it's critical a community feels invested in its cultural and artistic institutions. "The core of those invited to the meeting is our subscriber and donor base," he said, "but we want everyone to be aware of the contributions this organization makes to the community through the performance and outreach programs we provide, and how our future in the community is evolving, and how that will provide more services to benefit the community."
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By: Ani Amirkhanian | September 29, 2005
After she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis five years ago, Glendale resident Margo Gabor felt she needed to help the underprivileged and terminally ill through charity. "There is something inside of me that gives me the power and fortitude," the 52-year-old said. "I knew my purpose." Gabor decided to do her charity work by asking local supermarkets to help. She bought bags of potatoes and other vegetables at a discounted price from Jon's Market in Glendale and donated them to the missions on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles.
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By Fred Ortega | June 19, 2006
DOWNTOWN ? The Easter season is long gone and Christmas is still far off, but on Sunday, the reverent sounds of choral music once again echoed through the halls of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Glendale. The music ? an eclectic mix of classical pieces from Jakob Handl and Johannes Brahm to more contemporary arrangements from William V. Malpede, born in 1964 ? was being performed by an octet called "Caritas Voce," or Charity Voice, in Latin. The group was formed by Norge Yip of Atwater Village with the purpose of raising funds for various charity organizations.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | December 15, 2010
Representatives from more than 50 nonprofit organizations and public agencies on Tuesday assembled at the Glendale National Guard Armory to provide a one-stop shop of resources for the homeless. Homeless Connect Day, organized by the homeless shelter Path Achieve Glendale, is an opportunity to make contact with and assist those living on the fringes of society, organizers said. "We are trying to connect with as many homeless people as we can by providing as many onsite services as we can," said Christina Hanna, a social services assistant at Path Achieve.
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By Max Zimbert, max.zimbert@latimes.com | July 27, 2010
Angela Marie Sanchez has taken over UCLA. In one year, the Glendale native who spent her 11 t h and 12 t h grade days at Hoover High and her nights in homeless shelters, has starred in a UCLA public service campaign, been profiled in the school newspaper and is a few months away from starting a campus chapter of School on Wheels, a mentoring program for at-risk children. She has also volunteered for the AIDS Project Los Angeles, Los Angeles Team Mentoring and served as a UCLA ambassador, helping to recruit middle and high school students to Westwood.
NEWS
March 29, 2003
A special tribute to the late Peter Matz, famed music arranger, accompanist, composer and conductor, will be one of many highlights when the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles returns this weekend for its second show of the season at The Alex Theatre in Glendale. Touting a patriotic theme, "Red, White and Blues, -- An American Music Celebration," the concert offers a broad sampling of American music styles, both classical and popular. Two songs in the show, "God Bless America/Color Out of Colorado," were arranged by Matz and Larry Moore.
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By Jon Haber | August 6, 2009
A family crisis drew registered nurse Cindy Estipona to home-health nursing, but she said it’s the little things that have kept her in the field for more than 30 years. When she was 15, Estipona lost her father to a heart attack, a tragedy that she credits as the beginning of her high comfort level with the grieving process. Through her experiences with her own family, she has been able to remain emotionally strong and collected when it comes to working with suffering patients, she said.
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LOCAL
October 24, 2005
by Charly Shelton Members of the Gay- Straight Alliance Club at Crescenta Valley High walked with the hundreds of other participants in the 21st Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, held on the streets of West Hollywood last Saturday. The AIDS Walk of Los Angeles is a 10 kilometer, or 6.5 mile, walk through West Hollywood that goes up Melrose and back down Beverly. Participants collect sponsors who donate money either in one lump sum or by kilometers walked. Then the walkers do just that: walk the 10 kilometers to raise the money for the AIDS Project Los Angeles to fund AIDS research.
NEWS
November 6, 2002
Department presents one-act plays GLENDALE -- "The Lesbian Witches of Ojai," four short plays by Brian Dembkoski, opens Thursday performed by the GCC Theatre Arts Department in the Auditorium Studio Theatre. The two comedies and two dramas examine issues from gender confusion to breaking defined stereotypes. Performances are at 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Nov. 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23. Matinees are at 2 p.m. Sunday and continue Nov. 17 and 24. Tickets are $7, $5 for students and seniors.
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