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August 29, 2001
Tim Willert DOWNTOWN -- Glendale's classical theater company should learn the fate of its breach of contract lawsuit against Cal State L.A. in the next couple of weeks, the company's attorney said Monday. A Noise Within is seeking $400,000 in damages stemming from a disagreement that led to the award-winning company leaving the university's Harriet and Charles Luckman Fine Arts complex and returning to Glendale last summer. A court-ordered arbitrator heard the lawsuit last month, and is expected to make his ruling in the next couple of weeks, attorney Tim Toohey said Monday.
NEWS
September 13, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- The acclaimed theater group A Noise Within will likely get its $50,000 from the city after all. The Glendale Redevelopment Agency is expected to vote Tuesday to extend its $50,000 offer to the group, which plans on returning to its former home at the Masonic Temple in November. Agency members requested Tuesday the vote be placed on its next meeting agenda. A Noise Within had planned to erect a steel-framed building with a canvas cover on the Town Center property.
NEWS
April 20, 2005
Send DATEBOOK items to The Leader, 111 W. Wilson Ave., Suite 200, Glendale, CA, 91203 or fax to (818) 241-1975. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY Arts Update: Information and Networking meeting will be at 6 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, 234 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale. The mixer is co-sponsored by the city of Glendale Arts and Culture Commission, Parks, Recreation and Community Services Division and A Noise Within. For information, call (818)
NEWS
September 12, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- A Noise Within has come full circle in 16 months. The award-winning theater group has dropped plans to erect a temporary steel-framed canvas building in downtown Glendale and will return to the 1920s-era Masonic Temple building at 234 S. Brand Blvd. Theater officials will meet with the Glendale Redevelopment Agency at 3:30 p.m. today in the council chambers of City Hall to discuss their plans and to ask that the city renew its pledge to give the group $50,000 for building improvements.
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December 16, 2005
A Noise Within Holds Annual Tea to Benefit Arts Education and Outreach on Sunday, Dec. 18.A Noise Within will be holding its annual Victorian Tea event Dec. 18 at the historic Masonic Temple in Glendale. The Victorian Tea is a family affair that will include food, music, and a drawing with prizes including trips to Minneapolis, Cambria and San Diego, a day of luxury in Pasadena, dining and arts packages, and much more. Attendees of the Victorian Tea will be treated to sumptuous high tea fare in the very same space that houses the company's critically lauded productions.
NEWS
October 11, 2003
A night of intrigue awaits guests at the first "Masquerade!" planned by officials of A Noise Within, Glendale's classical theater company. Those attending the Oct. 25 benefit are encouraged to wear costumes and masks as they stroll throughout the theater complex, meeting magicians, jugglers, musicians and singers on their journey. Proceeds go to the theater company's outreach and educational programs, which reach 13,000 young people each year. Funds raised will help offset $30,000 in government funding decreases the company has experienced since the 2000-01 fiscal year.
NEWS
October 5, 2001
Multicultural celebration at First United Methodist GLENDALE -- The community is invited to share in a multicultural celebration during and after the 10 a.m. Sunday service at the First United Methodist Church of Glendale. More than 20 different countries will be represented through musical entertainment, art and food during the festivities. Sara Armstrong, Claremont Theological seminary intern, will deliver the message. The church is at 134 N. Kenwood St., Glendale.
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By Katherine Yamada | April 14, 2011
The Greyhound bus line, with its well-known logo of a leaping greyhound, has been around since before World War I and Greyhound buses were making regular trips from New York to California by the late 1920s, according to Wikipedia. The Greyhound line came to Glendale in the early 1930s. Two stations were listed in the city directory in 1934, one on East Broadway and another on South Glendale Avenue, said George Ellison of Glendale Public Library’s Special Collections. By 1952, when Lola Archer and her husband, Clifford, came to town to take over the Greyhound bus depot, the station was located at the northeast corner of Brand Boulevard and Colorado Street.
NEWS
June 20, 2000
If you love something, set it free and, if it was meant to be, it will come back. An adage that many may want to apply to the likely return of A Noise Within. Of course, there are other adages that could apply, some not quite as pleasant. This award-winning theater company was an astounding critical success in Glendale. It racked up numerous awards, more than any other theater company in the basin, and drew full crowds to a problematic venue. The city added its support with some large cash infusions meant to improve the theater and keep A Noise Within a vital part of Glendale's planning.
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By Katherine Yamada | April 14, 2011
The Greyhound bus line, with its well-known logo of a leaping greyhound, has been around since before World War I and Greyhound buses were making regular trips from New York to California by the late 1920s, according to Wikipedia. The Greyhound line came to Glendale in the early 1930s. Two stations were listed in the city directory in 1934, one on East Broadway and another on South Glendale Avenue, said George Ellison of Glendale Public Library’s Special Collections. By 1952, when Lola Archer and her husband, Clifford, came to town to take over the Greyhound bus depot, the station was located at the northeast corner of Brand Boulevard and Colorado Street.
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By Anthony Kim | March 26, 2007
GLENDALE — Camaraderie and tradition was Tuesday night's theme at the Glendale Board of Education meeting as more than 60 school district staff members received certificates recognizing their efforts in public education. The 36th annual Masonic Employee Recognition Awards honored outstanding teachers, teacher specialists, clerical support staff, secretaries, psychologists, custodial and maintenance workers, educational assistants and cafeteria workers. The Glendale Masonic Lodge and the La Crescenta Masonic Lodge requested schools and the school district to choose the candidates they felt were best, said Ralph Santos, junior warden for the Glendale lodge.
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December 16, 2005
A Noise Within Holds Annual Tea to Benefit Arts Education and Outreach on Sunday, Dec. 18.A Noise Within will be holding its annual Victorian Tea event Dec. 18 at the historic Masonic Temple in Glendale. The Victorian Tea is a family affair that will include food, music, and a drawing with prizes including trips to Minneapolis, Cambria and San Diego, a day of luxury in Pasadena, dining and arts packages, and much more. Attendees of the Victorian Tea will be treated to sumptuous high tea fare in the very same space that houses the company's critically lauded productions.
NEWS
April 20, 2005
Send DATEBOOK items to The Leader, 111 W. Wilson Ave., Suite 200, Glendale, CA, 91203 or fax to (818) 241-1975. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY Arts Update: Information and Networking meeting will be at 6 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, 234 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale. The mixer is co-sponsored by the city of Glendale Arts and Culture Commission, Parks, Recreation and Community Services Division and A Noise Within. For information, call (818)
NEWS
October 11, 2003
A night of intrigue awaits guests at the first "Masquerade!" planned by officials of A Noise Within, Glendale's classical theater company. Those attending the Oct. 25 benefit are encouraged to wear costumes and masks as they stroll throughout the theater complex, meeting magicians, jugglers, musicians and singers on their journey. Proceeds go to the theater company's outreach and educational programs, which reach 13,000 young people each year. Funds raised will help offset $30,000 in government funding decreases the company has experienced since the 2000-01 fiscal year.
NEWS
October 5, 2001
Multicultural celebration at First United Methodist GLENDALE -- The community is invited to share in a multicultural celebration during and after the 10 a.m. Sunday service at the First United Methodist Church of Glendale. More than 20 different countries will be represented through musical entertainment, art and food during the festivities. Sara Armstrong, Claremont Theological seminary intern, will deliver the message. The church is at 134 N. Kenwood St., Glendale.
NEWS
August 29, 2001
Tim Willert DOWNTOWN -- Glendale's classical theater company should learn the fate of its breach of contract lawsuit against Cal State L.A. in the next couple of weeks, the company's attorney said Monday. A Noise Within is seeking $400,000 in damages stemming from a disagreement that led to the award-winning company leaving the university's Harriet and Charles Luckman Fine Arts complex and returning to Glendale last summer. A court-ordered arbitrator heard the lawsuit last month, and is expected to make his ruling in the next couple of weeks, attorney Tim Toohey said Monday.
NEWS
September 13, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- The acclaimed theater group A Noise Within will likely get its $50,000 from the city after all. The Glendale Redevelopment Agency is expected to vote Tuesday to extend its $50,000 offer to the group, which plans on returning to its former home at the Masonic Temple in November. Agency members requested Tuesday the vote be placed on its next meeting agenda. A Noise Within had planned to erect a steel-framed building with a canvas cover on the Town Center property.
NEWS
September 12, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- A Noise Within has come full circle in 16 months. The award-winning theater group has dropped plans to erect a temporary steel-framed canvas building in downtown Glendale and will return to the 1920s-era Masonic Temple building at 234 S. Brand Blvd. Theater officials will meet with the Glendale Redevelopment Agency at 3:30 p.m. today in the council chambers of City Hall to discuss their plans and to ask that the city renew its pledge to give the group $50,000 for building improvements.
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