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SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | February 6, 2010
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Entering Friday afternoon’s Prep League game against Chadwick in desperate need of a slump buster, the Flintridge Prep girls’ soccer team got two for the price of one. With a dominant 2-0 victory on a rain-slicked field at the Glendale Sports Complex, the Rebels snapped a three-game slide and held on to their third-place standing in league. It was also the first time Prep had beaten Chadwick, which is ranked 10th in CIF Southern Section Division III, since 2004, according to Rebels Coach Esteban Chavez.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | April 1, 2009
“Macbeth,” as brought to us by Theatre Banshee in Burbank, is a thrilling, juicy tale of power, ambition, guilt and back-stabbing. Sounds like a season finale episode of “Dynasty” but it’s much, much more. This one has to do with kings and ancient Celtic supernatural lore. This one is written by a man commonly believed to be the world’s greatest dramatist. And this one features living, breathing, fighting, spitting actors. Ah, live Shakespeare done well!
NEWS
By Christopher Cadelago | November 15, 2009
It was a weekend of peaks and valleys for the students of Glendale and Hoover high schools. And while only one school captured the coveted Victory Bell (the Tornadoes came from behind to defeat the Nitros, reclaiming the bell for the first time since 2006), a consolation prize remained for students from each of the rival high schools — homecoming king and queen. Glendale High School’s announcement came Friday night in front of an eager crowd at Moyse Field. The court, red ribbons buckled across their torsos, waited nervously before Mary Cagulada and Shant Alvandyan heard their names come over the loudspeaker.
NEWS
March 26, 2005
What is the most important issue facing the college? The selection of a new president to take charge, when Dr. John Davitt retires in mid-2006, is our most important challenge. But change in leadership is to be expected -- it is a natural part of the life of every long-standing organization and, as a result, should not serve as a cause for worry. In my opinion, the most important issue facing Glendale Community College clearly is the continuing uncertainty about the budget.
SPORTS
By By Charles Rich | December 28, 2005
Jimmy Goffredo feature.Former Falcon boys' basketball standout Jim Goffredo has returned to form during his junior year at Harvard BY THE NUMBERS Jim Goffredo's 2005 stats entering tonight's contest against SMU. At first, Jim Goffredo didn't consider the floor burn he received on his left hip to be too serious. Goffredo figured the bruise, suffered after he fell on the basketball court during an early season game, would disappear in a few days. Unfortunately for the Harvard University men's basketball team's shooting guard, the ailment festered.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 13, 2011
Once King comes out of his shell, he is a charming long-hair cat fond of receiving plenty of attention. He is a playful one-year-old looking for a home. The regular cat adoption fee is $70 and includes the spay or neuter surgery, microchip and vaccinations. Call (626) 792-7151 and ask about A285561 or visit the Pasadena Humane Society at 361 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena. Adoption hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | April 18, 2008
La Crescenta?s own ?Waterbed King? is expected to shed a few tears as he says goodbye after nearly three decades of ownership of Pyramid Waterbeds. Armando Cardenas, 58, is retiring this month. He sold the business March 16 to his assistant of two years, Denise Lenardson. Lenardson, 48, of Sunland, has been friends with Cardenas for the past about 10 years and has the same business philosophy as her mentor, Cardenas said. ?The business really won?t change much ? it will be the same quality and service that has made us strong, so for the customers it will remain the same,?
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | June 15, 2010
CENTRAL GLENDALE — First- and second-graders at R. D. White Elementary School on Monday donned black paper fedoras sparkling with silver glitter as they serenaded hundreds of fellow classmates with two Michael Jackson tunes in tribute to his life. Two weeks before the first anniversary of the pop icon's death, the first- and second-graders stood outside on the school's footsteps and belted out the lyrics to "Heal the World" and "I'll Be There" while using hand gestures to illustrate the songs.
NEWS
January 18, 2005
Darleene Barrientos With solemn faces raised to the sky, students at R.D. White Elementary School watched the American flag rise above their heads Friday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. Three classes stood in front of the school's steps and performed a skit called "Let Freedom Ring," incorporating passages from King's landmark speech "I Have a Dream." The flag ceremony was held for King Friday because students were off Monday in observance of his birthday.
FEATURES
January 21, 2006
On Monday, we remembered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for his commitment to human rights. But as Lewis Baldwin, professor of religious studies at Vanderbuilt University, has reportedly pointed out, King's life as a pastor needs to be more emphasized so we can truly grasp his legacy. Do you agree? Do you have some thoughts on how King's spiritual life influenced his life as a civil rights leader, and in general, how religion is tied to civil rights? Did King influence you? How? The only way to fully understand Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s message is to recognize him as a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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