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October 9, 2002
I was terribly shocked and dismayed to read some of the nasty things you had to write about Councilman Dave Weaver in Saturday's (Weekend, Sept. 28-29) News-Press. What I find particularly reprehensible is the manner in which you decided to air this dirt about Mr. Weaver -- most notably from other council members -- in the form of the now-infamous six-column headline: "No love lost on this councilman." Your attempt to taint and disgrace this public servant on the front page of a Saturday newspaper was nothing less than disgusting.
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By Dan Kimber | September 11, 2009
On Tuesday, our president addressed the youth of our nation. He talked about staying in school. He talked about the value of hard work. He talked about setting goals. He talked about taking responsibility for one?s life decisions. But some people of a different political persuasion from President Obama found a darker purpose in his speech, asserting, even before hearing what he had to say, that he was attempting to promote his ?Socialist agenda.? They were especially incensed that the most innocent and vulnerable among us ?
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October 23, 2003
Where signs are simple, yet adequate I agree with Sarkis Abrahamian (Community Forum, Oct. 3) that the sign on the In-N-Out Burger on Brand Boulevard is too garish. Its overwhelming size gives the impression that the Galleria is entirely the hamburger store's domain. Mr. Abrahamian's preference for the modest store signs in Freeport, Maine, reminded me of Salzburg, Austria. When my husband and I visited Salzburg in 1988, store signage on its quaint, narrow streets was limited to wrought-iron squares about 5 inches diagonally with the store's name, which hung over the sidewalk from wrought-iron brackets.
NEWS
November 16, 2000
Tim Rosales I have lived in Glendale for 23 years. I have fond memories of haircuts at Ernie's barbershop, playing T-ball and Little League for the Tigers and Joe Evans Tires, attending Glenoaks Elementary School, Wilson Junior High and Glendale College, and working for the past year and a half as Congressman James Rogan's Deputy Campaign Manager. My memories of growing up in this community stay close to my heart and make me proud to have come from Glendale.
NEWS
March 23, 2007
Ordinance wouldn't necessarily help Re: "City looks to curtail youth tobacco," March 15: This appears to be another tax (permit fee) to raise revenue and raise the price on cigarettes and is penalizing the people who smoke and not a way to make it hard for children to purchase them. It is already illegal to sell to minors. The city does not need any more ways to enforce laws already on the books LEONARD T. REED Glendale Editorial sounded like mudslinging I can't understand the editorial on the Community Forum page in the weekend Glendale News-Press on March 17 titled "Boger gets the call, two others interesting."
NEWS
July 5, 2002
Retiring with good Markss, indeed I was unable to attend Battalion Chief Joel Markss retirement luncheon on July 1, so I wanted write a few lines to share my insight of Joel. As a member of the Glendale Police Department, I have known and worked with Joel for more than 30 years. I often refer to Joel as "the real hero." I found the phrase fit Joel. As a firefighter, Joel was one of the real heroes in Glendale. However, the reference to Joel is beyond his fire duties.
NEWS
May 15, 2010
Each Saturday morning I open the local newspaper and am shocked to see my scraggly, smirking face looking back at me from this page. I’d expect it in a police report about a stay-at-home writer-father arrested for screaming at motorists driving too fast on his quiet residential street. It’s a picture I’m told makes me look both older and younger than I really am; some say it doesn’t do me justice, yet most often people seem a little disappointed when they meet me in person.
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By Ron Kaye | February 9, 2013
Once long ago, during my year as an old-fashioned rewrite-man at the National Enquirer, the demonic man who owned and ran the tabloid as if it and its journalists were a figment of his over-active imagination sent a reporter around the world in search of utopia. Every week, the reporter would send in a dispatch doing his best to make the case that a forgotten village in the Himalayas or a pristine beach in the South Pacific, or an overlooked outpost at the headwaters of the Amazon, or a village in the south of France, was the most perfect place on Earth.
NEWS
December 9, 2011
Editor's note: While Patrick Caneday takes some time off, we're running some of his choices for re-publication. This column was first published May 15, 2010. Each Saturday morning I open the local newspaper and am shocked to see my scraggly, smirking face looking back at me from this page. I'd expect it in a police report about a stay-at-home writer-father arrested for screaming at motorists driving too fast on his quiet residential street. It's a picture I'm told makes me look both older and younger than I really am. Some say it doesn't do me justice, yet most often people seem a little disappointed when they meet me in person.
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By Dan Kimber | September 11, 2009
On Tuesday, our president addressed the youth of our nation. He talked about staying in school. He talked about the value of hard work. He talked about setting goals. He talked about taking responsibility for one?s life decisions. But some people of a different political persuasion from President Obama found a darker purpose in his speech, asserting, even before hearing what he had to say, that he was attempting to promote his ?Socialist agenda.? They were especially incensed that the most innocent and vulnerable among us ?
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NEWS
October 23, 2003
Where signs are simple, yet adequate I agree with Sarkis Abrahamian (Community Forum, Oct. 3) that the sign on the In-N-Out Burger on Brand Boulevard is too garish. Its overwhelming size gives the impression that the Galleria is entirely the hamburger store's domain. Mr. Abrahamian's preference for the modest store signs in Freeport, Maine, reminded me of Salzburg, Austria. When my husband and I visited Salzburg in 1988, store signage on its quaint, narrow streets was limited to wrought-iron squares about 5 inches diagonally with the store's name, which hung over the sidewalk from wrought-iron brackets.
NEWS
October 9, 2002
I was terribly shocked and dismayed to read some of the nasty things you had to write about Councilman Dave Weaver in Saturday's (Weekend, Sept. 28-29) News-Press. What I find particularly reprehensible is the manner in which you decided to air this dirt about Mr. Weaver -- most notably from other council members -- in the form of the now-infamous six-column headline: "No love lost on this councilman." Your attempt to taint and disgrace this public servant on the front page of a Saturday newspaper was nothing less than disgusting.
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