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September 4, 2000
Amber Willard AUTRY MUSEUM -- The stars smiled on the Autry Museum of Western Heritage Sunday afternoon -- the Lucky Stars, that is. The six-man band decked out in cowboy hats and Western shirts performed three sets of 1940s and 50s-style country music Sunday as part of a concert series at the museum. The genre of music, sometimes called Western Swing, drew dancers onto the wood stage and had others dancing on the balconies above the courtyard where the Lucky Stars played.
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March 9, 2007
The Autry National Center fires up the grill as the Kansas City Barbeque Society rides into Southern California for the second annual Barbeque Championship and Festival. Taste championship-quality barbecue from around the country. Learn tricks of the trade through cooking demonstrations and lectures by noted chefs such as Lenny Bent from the Cookin' with Lenny television show; Charles Perry, Los Angeles Times food critic, who will cook up some real 1950s L.A. barbecue; Kathy Murphy, who tackles tri-tip barbecue.
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By Sharon Raghavachary | July 9, 2009
Welcome to the second installment of the Crescenta Valley Columnist Contest. During the next few weeks, the Glendale News-Press will be featuring several new voices vying for a regular spot in this space. After everyone has had their turn, we?ll turn the process over to our readers, giving you the chance to help choose the winner. ? My Family Circle magazine arrived today and on the cover was listed ?Ten Best Towns for Families.? I quickly flipped through the pages to see if La Crescenta was on the list and, to my relief, found that our little secret is still safe.
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By Max Zimbert, max.zimbert@latimes.com | July 23, 2010
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — Fifteen-year-old Mihran Houhannesyan raised his right hand, said a few words, and picked up his citizenship certificate moments later, getting a high-five and hug from his mother. But there was a problem. "I don't like the picture," Mihran said. No matter, the Glendale resident was granted citizenship Thursday in a ceremony of more than 110 people representing 28 countries, organizers said. "This is the paper," Mirhan's mother, Vardanush Houhannesyan, said.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | April 28, 2010
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — For a moment, it appeared that the Hoover High softball team might possibly derail Burbank’s hope for a league championship. The Tornadoes had made the key defensive plays and received the clutch hits through the first six innings. The seventh inning proved to be another story. Burbank scored three runs in the top of the seventh to come away with a 6-4 Pacific League road victory Tuesday afternoon. A line drive single with one out by Megan Schafer glanced off Hoover’s first baseman and drove in two runs to give Burbank a 5-4 lead.
NEWS
December 10, 2004
From the EDITOR'S Desk by KATHERINE GOULD When I was a child, I loved Christmas. Now that I'm an adult and I have children of my own, Christmas is just a load of stress. And toys are the worst of it. Each Christmas, there is one toy that provides enough frustration to last for the rest of the year. One year it was the playhouse that required three adults to construct. The next year it was the teeter-totter that WOULD NOT go together. (That one actually defeated me. I put it back in the garage and for once thanked my lucky stars that my girls' birthdays are a week later.
NEWS
November 5, 2001
Hamlet Nalbandyan SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- The only thing funnier than seeing some would-be tackler trying bring down Glendale's Vladimir Paniouchkine with an arm tackle is hearing the game announcer attempting to pronounce the junior fullback's name. "That's Glendale's No. 24 with the carry, Vlaaadimir Panniaoushhhh..." After a few seconds of silence, the poor announcer usually tries it again, before eventually stumbling and giving up altoghether.
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By Chuck Sambar | August 12, 2006
Recently, I experienced firsthand the skyrocketing cost of healthcare. Before I go any further, this commentary is not about bashing hospitals, criticizing doctors, pharmaceutical companies, nurses, or the quality of medical care. Far from it. This commentary is about the incredibly high cost of being sick and of needing hospital and medical care in this land of the free and home of the brave. My experience started when I was admitted to a hospital's intensive care unit a few weeks ago. Looking back at my experience, I am thrilled to report that I feel privileged, blessed and deeply grateful for the outstanding, vigilant, conscientious, and superb care I received from my physicians, nurses and hospital staff.
NEWS
July 4, 2000
Alexa Capeloto The following are Fourth of July events happening around the region: LA CRESCENTA At Crescenta Valley High School, the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce is throwing its 12th annual Fourth of July fireworks show. Starting at 4 p.m. today, and for $7 admission (children under 5 are free), celebrants will have access to a virtual amusement park: 10 rides, food stands (including Subway sandwiches and Domino's pizza) and live music from the band Swing Incorporated.
NEWS
August 20, 2005
TRACEY MILLER OK. Let's go get some coffee! I need it! I have to have my brain ready for the day! I know, let's go to one of the big coffee shops in our town. As we know, there will be plenty of people getting their fix before the day gets moving. The one question I do have is how many of the coffee drug drinkers are teenagers who grab their plastic cups before they head to school? When the subject of drugs comes up we seldom, if ever, evaluate the coffee bean as the drug of choice.
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By Sharon Raghavachary | July 9, 2009
Welcome to the second installment of the Crescenta Valley Columnist Contest. During the next few weeks, the Glendale News-Press will be featuring several new voices vying for a regular spot in this space. After everyone has had their turn, we?ll turn the process over to our readers, giving you the chance to help choose the winner. ? My Family Circle magazine arrived today and on the cover was listed ?Ten Best Towns for Families.? I quickly flipped through the pages to see if La Crescenta was on the list and, to my relief, found that our little secret is still safe.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 9, 2007
The Autry National Center fires up the grill as the Kansas City Barbeque Society rides into Southern California for the second annual Barbeque Championship and Festival. Taste championship-quality barbecue from around the country. Learn tricks of the trade through cooking demonstrations and lectures by noted chefs such as Lenny Bent from the Cookin' with Lenny television show; Charles Perry, Los Angeles Times food critic, who will cook up some real 1950s L.A. barbecue; Kathy Murphy, who tackles tri-tip barbecue.
NEWS
September 4, 2000
Amber Willard AUTRY MUSEUM -- The stars smiled on the Autry Museum of Western Heritage Sunday afternoon -- the Lucky Stars, that is. The six-man band decked out in cowboy hats and Western shirts performed three sets of 1940s and 50s-style country music Sunday as part of a concert series at the museum. The genre of music, sometimes called Western Swing, drew dancers onto the wood stage and had others dancing on the balconies above the courtyard where the Lucky Stars played.
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