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July 10, 2004
Gallelli -- Huezo Andrea Gallelli and Hector O. Huezo of Glendale were married at the Hilton Glendale. Laura Bava served as the maid of honor. The best men were Jesus Garcia and Noe Ulloa. Chelsea Feeney and Johnny Feeney served as the ring bearers. The reception followed at the Hilton Glendale. The couple honeymooned in Puerto Rico, and have made Glendale their home. The bride is the daughter of Maria Ines Bolano and Antonio Gallelli of Buenos Aires.
NEWS
August 20, 2004
INDEX Around Town, A7 Classifieds, B3-4 Community Forum, A2 Police Report, A7 Religion, A4 Sports, B1-2 WEATHER Sunny, with a high of 85 expected. DAN KIMBER ... is on vacation. RELIGION TEMPLE SINGS A NEW SONG Meet Temple Sinai's new cantor, Buenos Aires native Mariana Gindlin. SEE PAGE A4. Two locals had chances to improve their position for medals in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games on Thursday -- Crescenta Valley High School graduate and Australian Olympic men's basketball coach Brian Goorjian, above, and Glendale resident and welterweight fighter Vanes Martirosyan, below.
NEWS
August 20, 2004
Jackie Conley After moving from South America to the United States more than two years ago, Mariana Gindlin made her way to Glendale last month after getting a job as a cantor at Temple Sinai. "She has a beautiful voice and a bubbly personality," said Temple Sinai Rabbi Jonathan Biatch. Gindlin will direct the temple's music and work alongside the rabbi during services, as well as preparing students for bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah ceremonies and teaching Jewish music in Hebrew school.
NEWS
August 13, 2005
Two Glendale watercolorists are exhibiting their work this month at the Alhambra City Hall Art Gallery. They are Devorah Friedman and Barbara Waddell. Friedman strives to achieve a strong connection between the viewer and the subject by concentrating on portrait and figure work. She has won several first place awards in local juried exhibitions. Now retired, Waddell taught high school art in San Diego and later worked as a layout artist for JCPenney.
NEWS
January 28, 2011
Former La Crescenta resident Rob Nicholas Stone married Kelly Jane Sample at the Forest Chapel in Mammoth Lakes. Pastor Mel Tari officiated. The couple were married at a beautiful outdoor chapel nestled in the forest against a backdrop of fall colors, a sparkling lake and snow-capped mountains. The reception was at the elegant mountain lodge, Westin Monache, where guests celebrated with dining and dancing. The maid of honor was a friend of the bride, Tiffany Chin . The bridesmaids were Juliana Janisch , Sara Sample, Mallory Bird, Sarah Wedel, Jami Scott, Brittany Walters and Jennifer Rorick . The best man was Bryan Longpre . The ushers were Aaron Poplar, Brad Sample, Derek Sample, Collin Wedel, Zack Garcia, Brian Sweeney and Mike Simon . For their honeymoon, the couple enjoyed each other's company at the Bacara Resort in Santa Barbara.
NEWS
September 24, 2004
Jackie Conley Chamber music can be quite a stuffy affair. Not to mention a real hassle when factoring in the cost. So that's why the Church of the Lighted Window annually sponsors its "In Praise of Music Concert" series. It's not about proselytizing, it's about sharing good music with the community, said Jeannie Pool, the organizer of the concert series, which will begin its sixth season this Sunday with a performance by The Blackbird Trio. "You go downtown for some chamber music shows and it's $8 just for the parking.
NEWS
January 24, 2001
Charles Rich PASADENA -- The line of communication snapped like a piece of driftwood for the Glendale High boys' soccer team. A common theme that's amounted to a plethora of one-goal losses in Pacific League competition for a young squad trying to carve its niche and produce some league victories. Nonleague contests haven't been a problem this season for the Nitros, but league match results are far from a carbon copy. Miscommunication cost Glendale on Tuesday in a 1-0 league loss to host Pasadena.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 22, 2006
The internationally acclaimed tango company Estampas Porteñas, led by Artistic Director Carolina Soler, will perform Tango Fire , one afternoon only at the Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills on Sunday, Oct. 8. Estampas Porteñas is being seen in the United States for the first time on this tour. Direct from Buenos Aires, Tango Fire features ten of Argentina's finest dancers, Quatrotango, a live quartet of brilliant musicians, along with Diego Fama, Tango Fire's powerful vocalist.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | August 29, 2009
Director David Rose is pulling from his own family relationships to fill in the generation gap between two characters in the play ?Visiting Mr. Green,? which opens tonight at the Colony Theatre. The story by playwright Jeff Baron is about two men, one 86 years old and the other 29, who are thrown together by fate and, over the course of the play, develop a bond, Rose said. Jack Axelrod plays Mr. Green, a recent widower living alone in an apartment in New York City. Antonie Knoppers is Ross Gardiner, an executive for American Express who accidentally comes close to running over Mr. Green with his car. The judge gives him community service, which results in doing odd jobs for Mr. Green.
NEWS
By PATRICK AZADIAN | November 29, 2008
Thanksgiving has given me an opportunity to take a forced four-day break from work. I may still read up on work-related material and mull over different strategies, but overall it is going to be a rest period. Thanksgiving Day gave me an opportunity to reflect on what I am most thankful for about living in Glendale. Seeing the glass half full can be a challenge sometimes. That is probably more a product of my personality than anything else. After all, to be a columnist, you need to have a certain measure of sarcasm built into the fabric of your worldview.
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January 28, 2011
Former La Crescenta resident Rob Nicholas Stone married Kelly Jane Sample at the Forest Chapel in Mammoth Lakes. Pastor Mel Tari officiated. The couple were married at a beautiful outdoor chapel nestled in the forest against a backdrop of fall colors, a sparkling lake and snow-capped mountains. The reception was at the elegant mountain lodge, Westin Monache, where guests celebrated with dining and dancing. The maid of honor was a friend of the bride, Tiffany Chin . The bridesmaids were Juliana Janisch , Sara Sample, Mallory Bird, Sarah Wedel, Jami Scott, Brittany Walters and Jennifer Rorick . The best man was Bryan Longpre . The ushers were Aaron Poplar, Brad Sample, Derek Sample, Collin Wedel, Zack Garcia, Brian Sweeney and Mike Simon . For their honeymoon, the couple enjoyed each other's company at the Bacara Resort in Santa Barbara.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | August 29, 2009
Director David Rose is pulling from his own family relationships to fill in the generation gap between two characters in the play ?Visiting Mr. Green,? which opens tonight at the Colony Theatre. The story by playwright Jeff Baron is about two men, one 86 years old and the other 29, who are thrown together by fate and, over the course of the play, develop a bond, Rose said. Jack Axelrod plays Mr. Green, a recent widower living alone in an apartment in New York City. Antonie Knoppers is Ross Gardiner, an executive for American Express who accidentally comes close to running over Mr. Green with his car. The judge gives him community service, which results in doing odd jobs for Mr. Green.
NEWS
By PATRICK AZADIAN | November 29, 2008
Thanksgiving has given me an opportunity to take a forced four-day break from work. I may still read up on work-related material and mull over different strategies, but overall it is going to be a rest period. Thanksgiving Day gave me an opportunity to reflect on what I am most thankful for about living in Glendale. Seeing the glass half full can be a challenge sometimes. That is probably more a product of my personality than anything else. After all, to be a columnist, you need to have a certain measure of sarcasm built into the fabric of your worldview.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 22, 2006
The internationally acclaimed tango company Estampas Porteñas, led by Artistic Director Carolina Soler, will perform Tango Fire , one afternoon only at the Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills on Sunday, Oct. 8. Estampas Porteñas is being seen in the United States for the first time on this tour. Direct from Buenos Aires, Tango Fire features ten of Argentina's finest dancers, Quatrotango, a live quartet of brilliant musicians, along with Diego Fama, Tango Fire's powerful vocalist.
NEWS
August 13, 2005
Two Glendale watercolorists are exhibiting their work this month at the Alhambra City Hall Art Gallery. They are Devorah Friedman and Barbara Waddell. Friedman strives to achieve a strong connection between the viewer and the subject by concentrating on portrait and figure work. She has won several first place awards in local juried exhibitions. Now retired, Waddell taught high school art in San Diego and later worked as a layout artist for JCPenney.
NEWS
September 24, 2004
Jackie Conley Chamber music can be quite a stuffy affair. Not to mention a real hassle when factoring in the cost. So that's why the Church of the Lighted Window annually sponsors its "In Praise of Music Concert" series. It's not about proselytizing, it's about sharing good music with the community, said Jeannie Pool, the organizer of the concert series, which will begin its sixth season this Sunday with a performance by The Blackbird Trio. "You go downtown for some chamber music shows and it's $8 just for the parking.
NEWS
August 20, 2004
INDEX Around Town, A7 Classifieds, B3-4 Community Forum, A2 Police Report, A7 Religion, A4 Sports, B1-2 WEATHER Sunny, with a high of 85 expected. DAN KIMBER ... is on vacation. RELIGION TEMPLE SINGS A NEW SONG Meet Temple Sinai's new cantor, Buenos Aires native Mariana Gindlin. SEE PAGE A4. Two locals had chances to improve their position for medals in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games on Thursday -- Crescenta Valley High School graduate and Australian Olympic men's basketball coach Brian Goorjian, above, and Glendale resident and welterweight fighter Vanes Martirosyan, below.
NEWS
August 20, 2004
Jackie Conley After moving from South America to the United States more than two years ago, Mariana Gindlin made her way to Glendale last month after getting a job as a cantor at Temple Sinai. "She has a beautiful voice and a bubbly personality," said Temple Sinai Rabbi Jonathan Biatch. Gindlin will direct the temple's music and work alongside the rabbi during services, as well as preparing students for bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah ceremonies and teaching Jewish music in Hebrew school.
NEWS
July 10, 2004
Gallelli -- Huezo Andrea Gallelli and Hector O. Huezo of Glendale were married at the Hilton Glendale. Laura Bava served as the maid of honor. The best men were Jesus Garcia and Noe Ulloa. Chelsea Feeney and Johnny Feeney served as the ring bearers. The reception followed at the Hilton Glendale. The couple honeymooned in Puerto Rico, and have made Glendale their home. The bride is the daughter of Maria Ines Bolano and Antonio Gallelli of Buenos Aires.
NEWS
January 24, 2001
Charles Rich PASADENA -- The line of communication snapped like a piece of driftwood for the Glendale High boys' soccer team. A common theme that's amounted to a plethora of one-goal losses in Pacific League competition for a young squad trying to carve its niche and produce some league victories. Nonleague contests haven't been a problem this season for the Nitros, but league match results are far from a carbon copy. Miscommunication cost Glendale on Tuesday in a 1-0 league loss to host Pasadena.
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