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February 13, 2002
Joyce Rudolph NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- The romantic evening will be one Jim and Mary King will remember fondly when they look back in their family album. The Glendale husband and wife won the drawing for the Candlelight Dinner for Two on Valentine's Day at the Doctors' House Museum. "We're very excited," Mary King said Tuesday. It is the eighth year of the contest, but only the first time the couple entered. Longtime subscribers of the News-Press, it was the first time they'd read about it and decided to try their luck.
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By Dan Evans | July 6, 2009
Saturday marked the first big change of my tenure as editor of the Glendale News-Press: the merger of this paper and the Crescenta Valley Sun. Since we announced our plans to combine the two papers June 12, I have met and spoken with dozens of Crescenta Valley residents. Many, like Steve Pierce, president of the Crescenta Valley Town Council, told me he was saddened to see the end of the Valley Sun. He said opening the paper often felt like “opening the pages of a family album.
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January 21, 2005
Darleene Barrientos Thinking of the hundreds of pictures she has, vacations, church events and lazy days at home makes Susan Garamanoukian yearn for some order for them. The Glendale resident has decided to learn about how to artfully attain that order. "I am even going to take the old [photos] from old albums that I have and make new albums," Garamanoukian said. "They're just plain. The kids look at it and are just -- 'OK.' But when you put decorations, you get their attention."
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June 11, 2005
Mike Lawler, president of the Crescenta Valley Historical Society, hopes a reader can solve a mystery and reunite an old family photo album with its owner. Crescenta Valley Tow found the album in an abandoned car. Lawler said there are two albums covering the 1920s to the '50s and they focus on one young woman. The album starts in the 1920s with her teen years in Michigan and follows her to college at Ohio Wesleyan University. Her address was 1128 Princeton Drive in the Adams Hill area.
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August 8, 2013
Marilyn King, a native of Glendale and the youngest and last surviving member of the King Family vocal group that starred in its own musical-variety television series, died Wednesday in Laguna Niguel following a battle with cancer. She was 82. “The King Family Show” aired for three seasons from 1965 to 1969, and after the series ended, the Kings maintained a regular presence on national television with their holiday specials. The group began in the 1930s, assembled by their father, William King Driggs, who was a college voice trainer, the Los Angeles Times reported . They were billed early on as the Six King Sisters, and sang with  Horace Heidt 's orchestra in Chicago, before paring down to a quartet featuring Marilyn's older sisters Alyce, Donna, Luise and Yvonne, who earned considerable respect and commercial success with their jazz harmonies.
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January 5, 2005
Robert Chacon Carlos Pinon spent his last day happy, smiling and at one point spontaneously dancing in the small living room of his family's Glendale home when one of his favorite songs played on the radio. "He took me by the hands and made me dance with him," recalled his mother, Juana Pinon. "He was an excellent son." Carlos' life was cut short at 16 Thursday when he and a friend were shot while standing in front of a home near Justin Avenue and Lake Street, Glendale Police said.
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By Joyce Rudolph | March 21, 2009
New artists get the chance to shine alongside veterans in a professional gallery once a year in the Fine Arts Federation Membership Show at the Creative Arts Center in Burbank. For many federation members, the membership show is the only time they get to display their work in a professional setting, group President Carol Finkle said. “Some of the members show their work regularly through other shows, but for many of our members, this is the only show they have their work in,” she said.
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By Dan Evans | July 6, 2009
Saturday marked the first big change of my tenure as editor of the Glendale News-Press: the merger of this paper and the Crescenta Valley Sun. Since we announced our plans to combine the two papers June 12, I have met and spoken with dozens of Crescenta Valley residents. Many, like Steve Pierce, president of the Crescenta Valley Town Council, told me he was saddened to see the end of the Valley Sun. He said opening the paper often felt like “opening the pages of a family album.
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January 21, 2005
Darleene Barrientos Thinking of the hundreds of pictures she has, vacations, church events and lazy days at home makes Susan Garamanoukian yearn for some order for them. The Glendale resident has decided to learn about how to artfully attain that order. "I am even going to take the old [photos] from old albums that I have and make new albums," Garamanoukian said. "They're just plain. The kids look at it and are just -- 'OK.' But when you put decorations, you get their attention."
NEWS
February 13, 2002
Joyce Rudolph NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- The romantic evening will be one Jim and Mary King will remember fondly when they look back in their family album. The Glendale husband and wife won the drawing for the Candlelight Dinner for Two on Valentine's Day at the Doctors' House Museum. "We're very excited," Mary King said Tuesday. It is the eighth year of the contest, but only the first time the couple entered. Longtime subscribers of the News-Press, it was the first time they'd read about it and decided to try their luck.
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