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By Lyda Truick | June 5, 2010
L ibraries have a complex system of organizing their books, based primarily on the main subject matter of each title, and cataloged accordingly. Every once in a while, a book will come along that is a little more difficult to categorize. One such a book is "Walnut Wine & Truffle Groves: Culinary Adventures in the Dordogne," by author and Burbank native Kimberley Lovato and Florida-based chef Laura Schmalhorst. As a librarian, it would be difficult to consign this book to the cookbook section, as it has so much more to offer than just the recipes.
NEWS
August 5, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- A local man is well on his way to becoming a true citizen of the world. In the seven months since Edwin Hovsepian left his Glendale home to ride his bicycle around the world, he has covered thousands of miles in nearly 20 countries. He and nearly 250 other people left Pasadena on Jan. 1 for Odyssey 2000, a worldwide cycling tour organized by a Seattle-based Tim Kneeland & Associates, Inc. The cyclists will visit more than 40 countries before returning to Pasadena on New Year's Day. Hovsepian has been sending periodic updates about his adventures to the News-Press.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 10, 2006
The film "Wine Regions of France" will be presented Sat., Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Flintridge Preparatory School.The fourth in the Kiwanis Travel Adventure Series is to be held on Saturday night February 11, with a film entitled "Wine Regions of France." The film will be narrated by the filmmakers, Mary Lee and Sid Nolan. The Nolan's are accomplished digital cinematographers with an established reputation for producing informative and entertaining travelogues. The film will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Flintridge Preparatory School, which is located at the corner of Foothill Blvd.
NEWS
February 9, 2006
Zarian to host Republican hopefuls Michael Agbaba, Republican candidate for the 43rd Assembly District, and Sonny Sardo, who is competing against Rep. David Dreier to run as the GOP's candidate for the 26th Congressional District seat, will be the guests on this week's edition of "The Larry Zarian Forum." The show airs at 7 p.m. today on Charter Cable Channel 26. Viewers may call in during the live show with questions for Zarian, Sardo or Agbaba by calling (818) 547-3668. Film explores wine regions of France The film "Wine Regions of France" will be shown at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Feb. 11, at Flintridge Preparatory School.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 20, 2007
Stephanie's art gallery opens its first exhibition of the season with the classic artist Edgar Chahine. Edgar Chahine has been called "The Most Parisian of all the European Artists." He was highly admired in Paris and was the most well-known artist in France. He was born in Vienna, and studied art in Venice where he received personalized training at the hand of A. Paoletti at the Armenian art school of Murad Rafaelian. Two years later, he continued his studies at the prestigious Academic Julian in Paris.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 9, 2007
If you clipped the recipe last week, please discard it and replace it with today's revision. The last two paragraphs were accidentally omitted. I am so delighted to have an easy recipe from a local, highly praised chef released exclusively to our Sun readers. Most chefs' recipes require considerable re-working to make them appropriate for the home cook, but this one arrived in nearly perfect condition. Red snapper works best, but there's been a shortage of snapper, so if it's not available at your market, try tilapia.
NEWS
February 12, 2001
As a longtime local, native-born American citizen of so-called white Anglo-Saxon Protestant lineage, who lives halfway between a heavily Armenian Hollywood district and Glendale; who frequents friends in Glendale regularly via the MTA bus line (180/181) that includes connections between the two communities, I would hope that if the United States were to decide that there is just not enough consensus among varied history experts for us to officially recognize the Armenians' tragic travails at the hands of the Ottoman Turks as "genocide" that Armenian and Turkish Americans could nevertheless bury the hatchet and look to a new future of coexisting in our various communities in respectful peace and harmony, including in Glendale.
FEATURES
By Joyce Rudolph | May 28, 2008
Being supportive of her family has always been a part of 85-year-old Nena Kelty’s life, from the time she was a teenager entertaining with her father’s comedy act in England during World War II to helping her husband with his invention — a camping backpack called the Kelty Pack. In the early 1900s, Kelty’s father and uncle worked as the Jovers, entertaining at circuses, theaters and music halls throughout the world. When the act broke up at the beginning of World War II, her father brought her and her brother into the act. The 62-year Glendale resident talks about her life from 1939 to 1946 as an entertainer in her book “My Father Was Carmen Miranda: Memoirs of an English Show Girl” published in April by www. BearManorMedia.
NEWS
May 11, 2002
Last week, at the same time we were commemorating the Armenian Genocide of 1915 in my community, the news from Europe did not sound very encouraging. I am referring to the rise of the rightists in France and many other countries on the continent. As an Armenian American, who like many others was born outside of his motherland, I urge everyone to pay attention to the current issue of the elections in France. True, no one is seriously expecting Mr. Le Pen to win, at least not in this round, but the important point is that he and his supporters cannot be written off. the kind of fear and provocation that they have tapped into are far-reaching.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | August 20, 2008
The devastation in France and Germany that remained after World War II had such an effect on Tom G. Smith, he decided to record it on his camera. The unusual thing is, the Glendale resident was only 10 at the time. “I went to a camera store and bought the Baby Brownie Special made by Kodak,” he said. “It sold for $3 during the postwar years.” Traveling with his family in Orleans, France, and in Germany, he photographed the areas most ravaged by bombs, Smith said.
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April 30, 2014
Long-time Glendale resident Frances Vessella, 79, passed away in her home on Sunday, April 27. Fran was born to Joseph and Elizabeth Valenti in Wilkes-Barre, PA. In 1943 her family moved to California and she graduated from Holy Family High School. She married Thomas Vessella in 1957. Both Tom and Fran worked for Glendale schools and were active members of St. Robert Bellarmine parish for 50 years. A woman of many talents, Fran was generous in sharing her gifts with others. She was never happier than when she applied her expert cooking skills, preparing meals for family and friends.
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January 21, 2014
Frances Urdell Lewis Lilly Scott, age 102, passed away peacefully Jan. 12, 2014, at her home in Glendale, CA, with family at her side. Born May 11, 1911, in Los Angeles, Frances was an elegant, loving and gracious lady who devoted herself to family, friends, neighbors and all who knew her through work and civic organizations. She graduated from UC Berkeley, earning a BA, and meeting her future husband of 64 years, Wilbur Bruce Lilly. The two lived in Los Angeles where Wilbur, a CPA, established his accountancy firm.
COMMUNITY
April 8, 2013
Born in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, October 29, 1930 and passed away March 21, 2013 in Glendale, CA. She is survived by her husband of 57 years Eugene Ferguson, her son Thomas and daughter-in-law Seta, son Patrick and daughter-in-law Jeanette and their three children Connor, McKenzie and Brendan. Carol had a 30 year career with Pacific Bell. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother who enjoyed painting and spent many wonderful hours in her art classes at Brand Park. Memorial services will be held at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills on Saturday, April 13th at 12 pm.
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October 23, 2012
Frances Janet (DePalma) MacCarley of Glendale and Palm Desert California passed away on Thursday October 18. Frances was born January 2, 1924 in Vineland, New Jersey, and raised in Philadelphia. In 1945 she married high-school sweetheart Lieutenant John Arthur MacCarley upon his return from the war in Europe. Frances and John moved to Bozeman Montana to attend Montana State University, and in 1950, to Burbank, California where both worked for Lockheed Aircraft Company. In 1959, Frances earned an Associate of Arts degree in History from Glendale Community College.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | October 10, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Frances Boukidis (Crescenta Valley High, 2010) junior, Northern Illinois soccer : The former Falcons offensive standout is leading the way for the Huskies this season, but her season hit a speed bump on Sunday against Central Michigan when she was fouled hard into the goal post, drawing a red card and never returning to the game. Northern Illinois ultimately lost in double overtime, 2-1, falling to 6-5-2 overall and 2-2-2 in Mid-American Conference play.
NEWS
February 20, 2012
83, of St. Helena, CA died peacefully at home, surrounded by loving family on Sunday, February 12, 2012.  Born July 5, 1928 in San Francisco.  Preceded in death by her father, Daniel J. Lyons, and by her husband of 47 years, Dennis D. Gaffey.  Barbara is survived by her mother, Frances Lyons (“Tiny Gram”) of St. Helena; son Michael Gaffey and daughter-in-law Pauline of Fremont, CA and grandchildren James, Mark and Mary; son Patrick Gaffey and daughter-in-law Anne of East Lyme, CT and grandchildren Cashel and Daniel; daughter Mary Quinn and son-in-law Robert Quinn of Napa, CA and grandchildren Megan, Brendan, Clare, Michael, Sean, and Joseph; and son Daniel Gaffey and daughter-in-law Karen of St. Helena, and grandchildren Kevin and Katherine.  Also survived by brothers-in-law William Gaffey, Brendan Gaffey and the Rev. Kevin Gaffey, sister-in-law Mary Hutchings, five nieces and nephews and 11 grandnieces and grandnephews.  Barbara attended Mission Dolores School and Notre Dame High School, San Francisco.
NEWS
February 10, 2012
Mabel Burrus, died February 5, 2012, in her home of 56 years in Burbank, CA. A memorial service will be held at 2pm on Saturday February 11 at the Starlight Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses.  2820 W. Burbank Blvd. Burbank, CA. Mabel was born on September 16, 1921 in Arkansas City, Kansas to Clyde Davenport and Sally Rogers.  She married William Cass Burrus in 1940 and moved with him to California in 1944.  She is survived by her 3 children: Jim Burrus, Barbara Rodriguez, and Joan Standafer, numerous grand-children, and her 28 year old African Grey parrot “Nickers”.
NEWS
January 18, 2012
Frances Cecilia Porreca, 88, longtime resident to Toluca Lake, passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 1 st , after a long illness. She was born in Philadelphia, PA on July 14 th , 1923. Frances had a passion for food and her family. She leaves behind her sister, Jane Sorrentino, her nieces and nephew, and her many great nieces and nephews. For information about the service at Angelino Valley Mortuary contact Jane Sorrentino.  
NEWS
January 3, 2012
Long time Burbank resident, Frances Bollinger LaBarbera Eisleben, passed away on Dec. 9 in Atascadero, CA. Frances was born on November 24, 1935 in New York City. She grew up in Malverne NY.Fran is preceeded in death by her parents Charles and Frances Bollinger and her sister Weezy Bollinger DeGoski. She is survived by her only child Arlee, her husband Steve Ross, and their daughters, Taylor & Avery. After graduating from Malverne High School, Fran married John LaBarbera and moved west.
NEWS
December 23, 2011
Despite threats by Turkey and vocal opposition at home, French lawmakers approved a bill Thursday making it illegal to publicly deny that the Armenian genocide occurred. In retaliation, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan recalled his country's ambassador and said bilateral visits would be suspended and joint military operations with France canceled, Agence France-Presse news service reported. Earlier Thursday, thousands of people waving Turkish flags protested the impending vote outside the National Assembly in Paris.
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