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By Tania Chatila | October 24, 2006
GLENDALE — The war in Iraq and foreign policy are among the top issues for candidates running against incumbent Adam Schiff for the 29th Congressional District seat on Nov. 7. "I want to end the war and bring the troops home," said Bill Paparian, a former mayor of Pasadena and a member of the Green Party. He is running against Schiff, a Democrat; Linda Llamas, of the Peace and Freedom Party; Libertarian Jim Keller; and Republican William Bodell. The 29th Congressional District includes Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena.
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January 30, 2007
DreamWorks positions shuffled Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation announced its chief accounting officer, William Losch, will leave the company to relocate to Northern California in May. His contract expires in April. The company also announced in a statement that outgoing marketing chief Terry Press would be replaced by Anne Globe, a senior marketing executive at DreamWorks. Press is leaving the company as head of worldwide marketing to start her own company. DreamWorks lauded Globe's role in solidifying promotional partnerships with McDonald's, Activision, AOL and Kellogg's.
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February 9, 2001
Thank you for printing Manan Smbatian's letter; however, I was also disappointed while reading Paul Carney's letter, "The U.S. will never recognize Armenian Genocide." Carney acts as a racist spokesman for U.S. foreign policy. Unfortunately, neither the United States nor the Turkish government have formally recognized and apologized for the Armenian Genocide that occurred at the hands of the Young Turks in 1915. For political reasons, the U.S. government continues to support Turkey's strategy of denial.
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July 14, 2010
It was the second performance of the Glendale Renaissance Orchestra at the Americana at Brand, on the green. It was well-attended with picture-perfect weather ("Concert Review: A classical beat," July 7). It was fabulous! The conductor was genius. He carried the crowd as if we were feathers. Everyone was smiling, singing along or just attentively listening and enjoying ... and the dancing at the end was such fun. I am exceedingly proud to be a Glendale resident. Owning my home here since 1970, I have seen nothing quite like what Americana has brought to town.
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By Anthony Kim | October 27, 2006
GLENDALE — Foreign policy, immigration and the gubernatorial race are top concerns around Glendale as voters ready themselves for the Nov. 7 election. Most people surveyed named the war in Iraq as their first concern. James Brady, of Los Angeles, , named foreign policy, protection of the borders and the economy as his top concerns. He was one of the few that supported the war. "I think we must stay in it until it's done," he said as he strolled along Brand Boulevard.
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November 24, 2000
Aykut Berk These days, some circles have conspicuously stepped up their nefarious propaganda to use Turkey as their scapegoat just to evade facing their own history. Unlike its accusing "friends," Turkey has nothing in its past to be ashamed of, and it will never succumb to these abominable attempts under any circumstances. No one can cure its own historical trauma by one-sidedly targeting another nation's past. If we are supposed to settle all the accounts pertaining to history, before questioning others, everyone needs to take a closer look into what its own past deeds say. To evaluate a historical incident honestly, we also have to look into the whole truth, including all the aspects, not by selecting and reproducing unsubstantiated claims of the favorite ones.
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By Dan Evans | August 28, 2012
ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. -- Times Community News caught up with John Cushman III at the Tradewinds resort, where the California GOP delegation is staying. Cushman, who lives in Pasadena, is chairman of a multinational real estate firm. What city do you live in, and what do you do for a living? I live in Pasadena, in the Granite Park residences. I am the chairman of the board of Cushman & Wakefield Inc., the largest private commercial real estate services firm in the world with 246 offices in 61 countries on six continents.
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August 14, 2004
Edward Han Think kids these days only care about getting a tan or hanging out with friends when they're on summer break? Tell that to Glendale High School junior Jessica Paik, who recently returned from a trip to Washington, D.C., where she learned something more valuable than how our government works. "The thing I liked the most was that I realized that there were so many people my age who cared about the govern- ment and the country," said Paik, who noted that a session in morality and ethics was particularly interesting.
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By Dan Evans | August 28, 2012
ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. -- Times Community News caught up with John Cushman III at the Tradewinds resort, where the California GOP delegation is staying. Cushman, who lives in Pasadena, is chairman of a multinational real estate firm. What city do you live in, and what do you do for a living? I live in Pasadena, in the Granite Park residences. I am the chairman of the board of Cushman & Wakefield Inc., the largest private commercial real estate services firm in the world with 246 offices in 61 countries on six continents.
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July 14, 2010
It was the second performance of the Glendale Renaissance Orchestra at the Americana at Brand, on the green. It was well-attended with picture-perfect weather ("Concert Review: A classical beat," July 7). It was fabulous! The conductor was genius. He carried the crowd as if we were feathers. Everyone was smiling, singing along or just attentively listening and enjoying ... and the dancing at the end was such fun. I am exceedingly proud to be a Glendale resident. Owning my home here since 1970, I have seen nothing quite like what Americana has brought to town.
NEWS
October 14, 2009
Zain Shauk A set of news articles hangs on the walls of attorney Mark Geragos’ office, a record of the high-profile cases he has argued. A New York Times story, enlarged and affixed to a shelf display, bears the headline, “For Lawyer, It’s Michael Jackson on Line 1, Scott Peterson on Line 2.” Other articles touch on his defense of Greg Anderson, a personal trainer caught up in a performance-enhancing drug investigation related to Barry Bonds and the Bay Area Laboratory Cooperative, and actress Winona Ryder, who was arrested on shoplifting charges in 2001.
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By Christopher Cadelago | August 21, 2009
GLENDALE — The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday nullified a state law that allowed descendants of Armenians killed in the Turkish Ottoman Empire to request payment on the life-insurance policies of relatives. The federal appeals court said in its 2-1 ruling that the law amounted to unconstitutional interfering in U.S. foreign policy. The decision was based on a 2003 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down a state law designed to assist Holocaust survivors collect on World War II-era insurance policies.
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January 30, 2007
DreamWorks positions shuffled Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation announced its chief accounting officer, William Losch, will leave the company to relocate to Northern California in May. His contract expires in April. The company also announced in a statement that outgoing marketing chief Terry Press would be replaced by Anne Globe, a senior marketing executive at DreamWorks. Press is leaving the company as head of worldwide marketing to start her own company. DreamWorks lauded Globe's role in solidifying promotional partnerships with McDonald's, Activision, AOL and Kellogg's.
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By Chris Wiebe | January 6, 2007
GLENDALE ? Rep. Adam Schiff, who recently gained a coveted spot on the House Appropriations Committee, was named to two subcommittees on Tuesday during committee selection for the 110th Congress. Schiff will serve on the Commerce, Justice, Science Subcommittee and the State, Foreign Operations Subcommittee. "I am excited about the opportunity to serve on these two significant subcommittees and I am eager to get to work," Schiff said. The Commerce, Justice, Science Subcommittee helps develop the budgets for the country's commerce and judicial departments, as well as science-related agencies.
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By Anthony Kim | October 27, 2006
GLENDALE — Foreign policy, immigration and the gubernatorial race are top concerns around Glendale as voters ready themselves for the Nov. 7 election. Most people surveyed named the war in Iraq as their first concern. James Brady, of Los Angeles, , named foreign policy, protection of the borders and the economy as his top concerns. He was one of the few that supported the war. "I think we must stay in it until it's done," he said as he strolled along Brand Boulevard.
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By Tania Chatila | October 25, 2006
GLENDALE — The war in Iraq and foreign policy are among the top issues for candidates running against incumbent Adam Schiff for the 29th Congressional District seat on Nov. 7. "I want to end the war and bring the troops home," said Bill Paparian, a former mayor of Pasadena and a member of the Green Party. He is running against Schiff, a Democrat; Linda Llamas, of the Peace and Freedom Party; Libertarian Jim Keller; and Republican William Bodell. The 29th Congressional District includes Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena.
NEWS
August 14, 2004
Edward Han Think kids these days only care about getting a tan or hanging out with friends when they're on summer break? Tell that to Glendale High School junior Jessica Paik, who recently returned from a trip to Washington, D.C., where she learned something more valuable than how our government works. "The thing I liked the most was that I realized that there were so many people my age who cared about the govern- ment and the country," said Paik, who noted that a session in morality and ethics was particularly interesting.
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