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September 25, 2012
I recently came up with a new idea for exercise that others might enjoy. I happen to love drinking milk, and I usually have a couple of gallons in the fridge. It occurred to me that since the gallon containers have handles, I could use them to exercise my arms with the milk in them. I just take one container in each hand and start moving them around, making big circles with my arms, lifting them over my head, etc. After three or four minutes, I get a nice burn in my hands, arms and shoulders, then I rest and go again.
NEWS
October 23, 2012
If people want to use fewer plastic bags, here's one way. When you buy a gallon of milk at a market, the store usually bags it for you. But really, why do you need it bagged, since it already has a handle? It's actually good exercise to carry it by its handle, rather than in a bag. The fewer plastic bags you get, the less clutter in your house, and you save resources and de-stress nature. When you buy a gallon of milk, tell the bagger, “No bag.” Greg Dahlen Glendale
NEWS
February 11, 2004
DAVID SILVA When I was very little, I used to love to watch my mother make coffee. Mom made her coffee the old-fashioned way. She'd plop a cup or so of ground coffee into a small pot of water, then put the pot on a burner. Once the water began to boil, the steaming black crust that had formed on top of it would suddenly break apart and slip beneath the bubbles. This was the part that most fascinated me. Every time I watched that dark continental plate of grounds sink beneath the water, I'd imagine that this what would happen to the West Coast when the Big One finally hit. The second the pot began to boil, my mother would pour the brew through a copper strainer into a steel coffeepot, and set it aside.
NEWS
March 22, 2004
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU GLENDALE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Today: Corndog or cheese quesadilla or ham and cheese deli sticks or turkey salad or flavored yogurt, includes salad bar with juice and milk. Tuesday: Bean and cheese burrito or hamburger on bun or Kilroy's assorted sandwiches or chef salad or flavored yogurt or steamed rice, includes salad bar with juice and milk. Wednesday: Pizza bowl or corn dog or ham and cheese on French roll or taco salad or flavored yogurt, includes salad bar with juice and milk.
NEWS
By: | October 11, 2005
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District offers menu choices each day at elementary schools. Students may choose a vegetarian entree. The selection varies and may either be a salad, sandwich or hot entree. Here's what's being served this week: TODAY: Munchable lunch salad with fruit yogurt or pepperoni hot pocket, crisp green salad with ranch, Tree Top flat fruit, choice of milk. WEDNESDAY: Munchable lunch salad or two mini cheeseburgers, lettuce and pickles, fresh pear, choice of milk.
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February 6, 2014
Good morning, 818 readers! Today is Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. Weather in the Glendale area is expected to hit a high of 63 degrees and a low of 44. We're rounding up the top headlines in the region: A tanker truck that overturned near the 2 Freeway in Eagle Rock early Wednesday left plenty to cry about after sending its load of milk down an embankment. The truck veered over the side of the transition road from the eastbound 134 Freeway to the southbound 2 Freeway at about 3:30 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol.
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NEWS
October 23, 2012
If people want to use fewer plastic bags, here's one way. When you buy a gallon of milk at a market, the store usually bags it for you. But really, why do you need it bagged, since it already has a handle? It's actually good exercise to carry it by its handle, rather than in a bag. The fewer plastic bags you get, the less clutter in your house, and you save resources and de-stress nature. When you buy a gallon of milk, tell the bagger, “No bag.” Greg Dahlen Glendale
NEWS
September 25, 2012
I recently came up with a new idea for exercise that others might enjoy. I happen to love drinking milk, and I usually have a couple of gallons in the fridge. It occurred to me that since the gallon containers have handles, I could use them to exercise my arms with the milk in them. I just take one container in each hand and start moving them around, making big circles with my arms, lifting them over my head, etc. After three or four minutes, I get a nice burn in my hands, arms and shoulders, then I rest and go again.
NEWS
By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | July 26, 2010
Five-year-old Farid Abea grew a white moustache Saturday thanks to the Got Milk? ad campaign. Farid and plenty of other children received free milkshakes, created milky moustaches and posed for photos while learning about the nutritional value of milk during the event at the Americana at Brand. Event sponsors emphasized their message that milk is rich in nutrients, and that many Americans, from growing children to women over 40, would benefit from adding more dairy to their diet.
NEWS
By Max Zimbert | October 16, 2009
GLENDALE — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s decision to sign a bill that encourages local school districts to commemorate the life and legacy of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. has put education officials in familiar territory. Under the new state law, school districts may designate the birthday of Harvey Milk, the San Francisco County supervisor and gay rights activist, on May 22 as a day of reflection and historical perspective. The measure does not mandate school board compliance, and officials with Glendale and Burbank Unified school districts said they would likely defer to teacher discretion, just as they did when President Obama earlier this year gave a televised speech to students.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 15, 2008
Ten Years Ago A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for U.S. Storage Centers at 3708 Clifton Place, a new member of the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce. Nyle DuPont, manager of the site, wielded the scissors during the event.   Twenty Years Ago Crescenta-Cañada Rotary Club members voted to send $250 to the wives of local California Highway Patrolman Gary Baker, who survived a gunshot wound to his head, and of sheriff’s Deputy Jack Miller, who was killed the same weekend in 1988.
NEWS
By JUNE CASAGRANDE | November 21, 2007
Sometimes, to turn a simple frosting-covered scone into a complete and nutritious meal, I order a glass of milk at my friendly neighborhood publicly traded multinational coffee conglomerate. You know the place. The one that got half the nation hooked on beverages that are the nutritional equivalent of milkshakes by getting us to think of them as coffee. The place where there?s nothing you can order that doesn?t make you sound like a mad scientist: ?I?ll have a double half triple tall sugar-free grande venti soy half-caf.
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By Mary O'Keefe | February 26, 2007
"City folk" students at Palm Crest Elementary learned a little bit about where their milk comes from with the help of the Dairy Council of California. "This is Annie," said Efrain Valenzuela, Mobile Dairy Classroom instructor. Students "awwwed" and giggled at Annie the diary cow as Valenzuela explained the "ins" and even the "outs" of diary cows. "This brown and white cow is known as a Guernsey," Valenzuela said, introducing another gentle bovine. He continued to teach the students everything from cattle terms to how the milk gets from cow to carton.
NEWS
By PATRICK AZADIAN | February 11, 2006
Valentines day is upon us. For many, it will offer exciting prospects; for others, it will be a routine responsibility; and for the rest, it maybe a day full of disappointments and sadness. There will also be the nihilistic bunch, who will claim they are aloof toward the holiday, thus cutting themselves a small but defiant niche in society. Their indifference may even be rooted in the argument that Valentine's Day is yet another concoction by the corporate world to expand consumerism.
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