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By Zain Shauk | July 13, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE — Virgil’s Hardware Home Center will not keep some of its employees after the landmark community resource changed hands last week, despite the new owner’s insistence Monday that “the same great people” will continue to serve the community. Jess Ruf, the owner of California Do It Center parent company Lumber City Corp., did not confirm employee claims that up to seven of the store’s staff members had lost their jobs, but did admit that some workers would not stay on at Virgil’s.
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By Andy Klein | April 14, 2013
Shane Carruth made an impressive debut in 2004 with "Primer," which cost $7,000 and is surely the most complexly structured time-travel film ever made. For that matter, it may be one of the most complexly structured films ever made, period. Carruth seemed to have fallen off the map shortly thereafter. Now, after nine years, his second feature, "Upstream Color," opens this week. There is no real protagonist here. Carruth opts for multiple points of view; sometimes the transitions are so sudden and the durations so short that the movie suggests an "objective" point of view.
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August 31, 2002
District receives ROP funding GLENDALE -- The Board of Education approved an agreement with the Los Angeles County superintendent of schools for participation in the county's Regional Occupation Program for the 2002-03 school year. The school district annually contracts with the county superintendent to offer students opportunities to acquire entry-level job skills through on-the-job training opportunities. Job training is offered as classes offered during school hours and after school.
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April 4, 2008
Several weeks ago, the Glendale News-Press’ sister paper, the Burbank Leader, posed this thoughtful question: “What would you like to see done, if anything, to help the homeless?” Unlike many cities in California, Burbank is in the enviable position of not being so overwhelmed by homelessness that its residents have taken opposite sides over what should be done. Instead, the city has pursued a more thoughtful and measured process, which will certainly promote generally accepted and welcomed solutions.
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By By Ani Amirkhanian | December 6, 2005
Rosemont Middle students get chance to carve a niche for themselves in wood technology class.Daniel Bashian used a mallet to hammer nails into the footstool he constructed for his class assignment. It took two months for the 14-year-old to finish building a footstool for his wood technology class at Rosemont Middle School. "I took wood last year because I thought it would be fun," the 14-year-old said. "I like using the machines." Wood technology is one the courses offered by the industrial arts department at the school.
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July 26, 2000
Jody Kussin This summer my "big one" (the 13-year-old) wants to work. Remember the Tom Hanks movie "Big," where the little kid gets transformed into the body of a grown up? Well, that's the transformation happening in front of our very eyes. My husband says our son is just "growing into his paws." I'm concerned. At 13, he already wears size 11 1/2 shoes. And lest I wasn't tracking that development carefully, he made quite the public display of this phenomenon at a recent Tournament Team baseball game.
NEWS
February 16, 2002
Karen S. Kim GLENDALE -- Unlike the candidates running in March 5's primary who have the general election in November to look forward to, the 10 measures on the primary's ballot won't be given a second chance. Six state measures, three county measures and one school measure facing Glendale voters in three weeks need to obtain a majority of the vote, more than 50%, or will fail to pass. One measure near and dear to the hearts of Glendale Community College's Board of Trustees is Measure G, a $98-million bond measure to be used for the improvement of GCC's facilities.
NEWS
August 27, 2003
Low-cost vaccinations in La Crescenta LA CRESCENTA -- C & J Vaccinations is offering low-cost dog and cat vaccinations at two La Crescenta sites Sunday. Vaccinations will be available at Two Strike Park, 5107 Rosemont Ave., from 10 a.m. to noon, and at Crescenta Valley Community Regional Park, 3901 Dunsmore Ave., from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The all-in-one dog vaccination package costs $23, and the all-in-one cat package is $19. Rabies shots cost $6. C & J Vaccinations holds these clinics every four weeks.
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March 3, 2007
UNIVERSITY WOMEN HEAR ABOUT ESTATE PLANNING Olive Magee Warner , a Glendale attorney, will address the Glendale American Assn. of University Women on coordinating estate plans during the group's meeting beginning at 9:45 a.m. March 10 at Marie Callender's Restaurant, 707 N. Pacific Ave., Glendale. Warner is a specialist in estate planning, trusts and probate. She will discuss pension plans, IRAs, 403(b)s, life insurance and annuities. With life expectancy rising, estate plans must take into consideration incapacity, durable power of attorney and health care.
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By Andy Klein | April 14, 2013
Shane Carruth made an impressive debut in 2004 with "Primer," which cost $7,000 and is surely the most complexly structured time-travel film ever made. For that matter, it may be one of the most complexly structured films ever made, period. Carruth seemed to have fallen off the map shortly thereafter. Now, after nine years, his second feature, "Upstream Color," opens this week. There is no real protagonist here. Carruth opts for multiple points of view; sometimes the transitions are so sudden and the durations so short that the movie suggests an "objective" point of view.
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By Zain Shauk | July 13, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE — Virgil’s Hardware Home Center will not keep some of its employees after the landmark community resource changed hands last week, despite the new owner’s insistence Monday that “the same great people” will continue to serve the community. Jess Ruf, the owner of California Do It Center parent company Lumber City Corp., did not confirm employee claims that up to seven of the store’s staff members had lost their jobs, but did admit that some workers would not stay on at Virgil’s.
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