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By Ray Richmond | October 25, 2013
This is a good week to be Cinema Secrets, the Burbank institution that has been keeping people in makeup since 1984. On Saturday, there will be lines of Halloween celebrants waiting to pay hundreds of dollars to the professional makeup artists on hand to turn them into wizards, zombies, aliens, or even those most frightening of all characters, politicians. Whether you're in the market to look like one of the dudes from "Twilight," a killer clown or Miley Cyrus, the folks at Cinema Secrets can make it happen.
NEWS
August 2, 2002
Marshall Allen About 100 children enjoyed workshops in stage makeup, dance, singing and art at Descanso Gardens on Thursday as a part of BradyLock Productions' summer performing arts workshops. The three-week workshops have been taking place for the past nine years at Descanso Gardens, and give children between 8 and 12 an opportunity to be trained by industry professionals. The stage makeup class was taught by freelance makeup artist Carolyn Simon, who recently did film makeup for Kirk and Michael Douglas.
NEWS
July 29, 2008
The Glendale News-Press visited Glendale High School and asked cosmetology students: “What do you like best about cosmetology, and why?”   “I like nails. I like to do it, and I like to get it done.” ANI KARAPETYAN, 16             “Makeup, because I enjoy doing makeup.” ELINA TELYAN, 16             “Nails because I enjoy it, and I think when a girl has nails on her fingers it makes her more feminine.
NEWS
February 15, 2008
Civility by Diana Olson The Queen of England once said to the Prince of Wales… "Dress gives one the outward sign from which people judge the inward state of mind. One they can see, the other they cannot." It is a lifetime investment in knowledge for future clothing purchases, makeup, and decorating choices. A color palette will give you information for your personal expression, while increasing your self-confidence and self-esteem. There will be no other color palettes like yours.
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By Zain Shauk | January 16, 2009
Makeup artist Danielle Holcomb analyzed the face of 12-year-old Serena Snaer on Thursday, trying to figure out how to make her uglier. Serena was being prepped for her role in a drama at Wilson Middle School, where she was to play “Flaky Snow,” the antithesis of Snow White. Holcomb had already added a witch-like prosthetic nose, reddish-brown face makeup and fake warts to Serena’s face, but was looking for a way to make the student look more startling, Holcomb said before spotting unused black and gray hair that she decided to use as a mustache, beard and hairy supplements to Serena’s fake warts.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 23, 2007
Diana Part II F A good example of fashion dominance is the Academy Awards, where the clothing and accessories are the dominant issue. Within the hair-style industry, hair styles often dominate the person if they just connect to the latest trend. Within the makeup industry, the makeup trends dominate. The fashion industry would like for every trend to work for everyone. The important emphasis in fashion trends is the outside of the individual, not the individual itself.
NEWS
March 16, 2005
Robert Chacon Teny Geragos' science project prompted her to cut back on makeup. The Flintridge Preparatory School eighth-grader conducted research on a handful of makeup brushes belonging to her and her mother, and after testing, discovered that 31 types of bacteria colonies lived on the applicators. Displayed in the school's annual science fair, Geragos' project featured several petri dishes pockmarked with bacteria found on several of the blush, eye and lip stick brushes.
NEWS
March 2, 2005
Deborah P. Nathan Glamour, glitz, rolled hair and shoulder pads all graced the stage of the Alex Theatre Saturday night. The Alex Film Society's screening of "Mildred Pierce" (Warner Bros., 1945) was rendered an even more stellar tribute to the motion picture icon by way of a Joan Crawford look-alike contest. A pre-show reception gave contestants the chance to strut their stuff before a distinguished panel of judges and guests. This classic film's story pivots on -- to put it politely -- a difficult mother-daughter relationship.
NEWS
December 2, 2000
My Mom didn't raise me to wear makeup or to spend a lot of time on my hair. And, yes, I can hear quiet laughter from the gallery: "No! Really?" I live in jeans and seldom valet park because I'm cheap (more titters). But sometimes, I DO. But it was with increasing uneasiness that I read Jody Kussin's "Women's Secret Society" column as what I thought was a tongue-in-cheek ribbing turned out to be something else. The author's friend chides her to stop picking on these "poor, insipid women."
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 2006
With the Oscars still fresh in our memories, I thought it was a good time to answer questions from women readers. As a 30-year veteran makeup artist for film, television and print, I may have done it all. Whether I'm grooming a star for the Academy Awards or doing a backyard wedding here in La CaƱada, I've made bad skin look good, small eyes appear large, long noses seem short and collar bones turn boney. I've changed wispy fine hair into a lion's mane and even used gaffer's tape (duct tape)
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By Ray Richmond | October 25, 2013
This is a good week to be Cinema Secrets, the Burbank institution that has been keeping people in makeup since 1984. On Saturday, there will be lines of Halloween celebrants waiting to pay hundreds of dollars to the professional makeup artists on hand to turn them into wizards, zombies, aliens, or even those most frightening of all characters, politicians. Whether you're in the market to look like one of the dudes from "Twilight," a killer clown or Miley Cyrus, the folks at Cinema Secrets can make it happen.
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | March 3, 2012
When newly minted Glendale police officers Olga Varouzian, Anna Khlgatian, Patrick Takla and Daniel Lee received their badges on Thursday, they became the latest examples of the department's efforts to better reflect the city's ethnically diverse population. Of the 17 recruits who were sworn in last year, 10 were listed as being of an ethnic background other than white. The most recent hires include six Armenian officers, one Latino and one Korean - representing the three largest ethnic minority groups in Glendale.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | March 7, 2010
GLENDALE — While he prepared the field in anticipation of his team’s season-opener Saturday morning, Hoover High softball Coach Rich Henning saw a few raindrops hit the infield dirt. The rain then disappeared, providing Henning hope that Hoover would be able to participate in its nonleague doubleheader against Antelope Valley. The teams made it to the bottom of the first inning of the first game before the umpires stopped the contest for nearly 30 minutes. The game resumed briefly before the umpires ruled that the remainder of the event would be postponed.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | January 20, 2010
GLENDALE — Crescenta Valley High girls’ soccer Coach Reggie Rivas was on standby Wednesday afternoon while the area was hit by another lengthy rain storm. Rivas first got word that Crescenta Valley’s Pacific League road match against rival Arcadia had been postponed because of rain and the possibility of lightning. Even with the postponement, Rivas’ day wasn’t any easier. “The bottom line is that it’s safety first,” said Rivas, who piloted the Falcons to the league championship last season.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | November 8, 2009
LA CRESCENTA — Two incumbents and a challenger beat out four other candidates Saturday to win three-year terms on the Crescenta Valley Town Council. Incumbent Robbyn Battles, who had a second alternate position on the council, won a regular spot. Incumbent Dennis van Bremen, who held the treasurer position, will keep his seat on the council. Challenger Todd Thornbury, a local business owner, will be the council’s new member. Battles came in first with 214 votes, Van Bremen was second with 158 votes, and Thornbury was third with 136 votes.
BUSINESS
By Michael J. Arvizu | August 10, 2009
It’s not every day that a new business starts out playing host to celebrities while serving tea sandwiches, fresh organic berries, champagne and chocolate strawberries. Dea Skin Centre — Modern Science for the Ageless Beauty owners wouldn’t have it any other way July 29 as they celebrated a new Glendale location and hosted an A-list of daytime celebrities from NBC’s “Days of Our Lives” and ABC’s “The Young & The Restless.” A VIP, invitation-only party will be at the new center — in the Glendale Exchange, at 121 N. Maryland Ave. — from 4 to 7 p.m. Aug. 20. The center will have its official grand opening to the public at 11 a.m. Aug. 21. Owner Aida Azaryan, who arrived in the U.S. from Armenia in 1988, became a medical aesthetician after graduating college with a 4.0 grade-point average.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | February 9, 2009
LA CRESCENTA ? After a day of steady rain and school administrators coming together to make alternate scheduling plans, the sun finally came out long enough for the Crescenta Valley and Burroughs highs boys? soccer teams to compete in a key Pacific League match Saturday morning. A fortunate break in the weather allowed the Falcons and Indians to take their best shots at attempting to grab first place in league with a week left in the regular season. A picture-perfect goal altered the league?
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | January 28, 2009
GLENDALE — In over a decade of coaching softball at Glendale Community College, Dave “Hawk” Wilder has seen his share of players come and go from the program. He’s bid farewell to quite a few just this offseason alone. As Glendale is a two-year college, its hard to sustain continuity of the roster under the best of circumstances. But the 2009 squad, which opens the season today with a 3 p.m. home game against Fullerton at the Glendale Sports Complex, represents as clean a slate as the veteran instructor has worked with in recent memory.
NEWS
By Zain Shauk | January 16, 2009
Makeup artist Danielle Holcomb analyzed the face of 12-year-old Serena Snaer on Thursday, trying to figure out how to make her uglier. Serena was being prepped for her role in a drama at Wilson Middle School, where she was to play “Flaky Snow,” the antithesis of Snow White. Holcomb had already added a witch-like prosthetic nose, reddish-brown face makeup and fake warts to Serena’s face, but was looking for a way to make the student look more startling, Holcomb said before spotting unused black and gray hair that she decided to use as a mustache, beard and hairy supplements to Serena’s fake warts.
NEWS
By PATRICK AZADIAN | September 27, 2008
When people speak of diversity in law enforcement agencies, many often assume it refers only to ethnic and racial diversity. Although having a racially and ethnically diverse police force is an important component of this idea, it is too narrow of a definition. Diversity could also refer to gender, educational and military background, age and more. Achieving diversity in the police force has been a long-standing issue in Glendale. Although from time to time the topic becomes more en vogue, we often fail to address the merits of having a diverse police force.
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