Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: Glendale HomeCollectionsParis
IN THE NEWS

Paris

RELATED KEYWORDS:
FEATURED ARTICLES
FEATURES
May 3, 2007
PARIS Paris is a 7-year-old terrier who was rescued from the North Central shelter. Paris is a sweet dog and likes everyone, including children. She recently starred as "Sandy" in a stage production of "Annie" at the Alex Theatre. She is calm, housetrained, rides nicely in the car, enjoys her leash walks and knows some basic commands. She is extremely affectionate and well-behaved. Paris loves attention and would prefer to be the one-and-only pet. She does, however, have some special needs, so call the Glendale Humane Society for details.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | August 9, 2009
Paris, a boxer-terrier mix, has a permanent home at last. She came to the Glendale Humane Society via the Los Angeles City Shelter system about four years ago, and a foster family took her in for about six months, said Alyce Russell, executive director of the Glendale Humane Society. Her foster family’s frequent travels to Canada made it difficult to find someone to care for her while they were gone, so she was returned to the society. “We took her back into the shelter and noticed some odd lumps under her skin,” Russell said.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 2006
Mention Handel's Messiah and most music lovers can't help but think instantly of the holidays, considering how the work has become such a staple of the holiday season. Yet connoisseurs of great choral music who would like to inaugurate the season by venturing beyond the standard holiday repertoire might want to consider attending The Pasadena Symphony's performance of Francis Poulenc's Gloria on Saturday, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The program will open with Mozart's Symphony No. 31 "Paris," followed by the performance of Poulenc's Gloria , featuring soprano Jamie Chamberlin of whom Alan Rich of the L.A. Weekly wrote, "I would gladly revisit the vocal and comedic talents of Jamie Chamberlin anytime she comes my way."
NEWS
By Charly Shelton | April 21, 2005
A group of Crescenta Valley High School students now can say they love Paris in springtime thanks to drama/English teachers Brent Beerman and Kathi Chaplar. Last year the drama department visited to London to study Shakespeare, see the Old Globe Theatre and experience London's performing arts. This spring break trip to Paris was about art, culture and architecture. Several parents went along, acting as chaperones. There were planned activities, as well as unscheduled days to see Paris at one's own rate.
NEWS
June 21, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- Kick up your heels if you cancan. The Glendale Chamber of Commerce will recreate the atmosphere of a famous Parisian cabaret on Friday at its annual installation dinner with "A Night at the Moulin Rouge." There will be cancan dancers, live music and dancing at the event, which will begin at 6 p.m. at the Hilton Glendale. Also, live and silent auctions will be held with items including a basketball signed by Magic Johnson and a trip for two to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
NEWS
January 31, 2001
Charles Rich LA CRESCENTA -- His thought on playing basketball vanished three years ago after he failed to run a mile under six minutes and 30 seconds. Running the mile within the required time on the Crescenta Valley High track is a prerequisite to make the boys' basketball freshman squad. Harven Pari completed the task in about eight minutes, forcing him to quit basketball. Pari said he would have regretted not attempting to crack the six-minute mark needed to make the varsity squad this season after he ran the mile in 5:52 last summer.
NEWS
By Zain Shauk | December 9, 2009
Paris Hilton has something to say about the recession. She also has a few thoughts on mermaids — the inspiration for her newest product: a perfume called Siren. Hilton, who burst into the celebrity spotlight with the start of the Fox television series “The Simple Life” in 2003, was at the Glendale Galleria last week to launch her new product. While she has gained fame through a set of television and film appearances, Hilton has also been lampooned in tabloid and mainstream media for being irresponsible — like when she was ordered in 2007 to spend 45 days in a Los Angeles County jail for repeatedly driving with a suspended license.
LOCAL
By Mary O'Keefe | September 1, 2006
Many who enjoy Montrose Farmer's Market on Sundays know the sound of Gremoli, the band that plays New Orleans jazz under the white tent on Honolulu Avenue. In the last couple of weeks the sound was familiar but with a new band member playing bass. That member was Katie Cavera, a professional musician who has traveled the world and ended up playing in Montrose with her friends. Cavera plays guitar, banjo, string bass and sings vocals. She recently returned from a tour of France and Spain with the production "In Search of Josephine [Baker]
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joanna Linkchorst | November 15, 2008
OK. That was fun. Just celebrating its one-year anniversary in Glendale, the Korean-owned Paris Baguette is a self-serve purveyor of joy. Now that I’m a grown-up, I don’t enjoy being a kid in a candy store so much as being a parent in a pastry shop! When we walked in, we each grabbed a square tray and a set of tongs. I told my kids to grab just about anything that they thought sounded good to sample and share with family that evening. We sampled sweet and savory, standard and exotic, pastry and tea cakes and bread.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
By Zain Shauk | December 9, 2009
Paris Hilton has something to say about the recession. She also has a few thoughts on mermaids — the inspiration for her newest product: a perfume called Siren. Hilton, who burst into the celebrity spotlight with the start of the Fox television series “The Simple Life” in 2003, was at the Glendale Galleria last week to launch her new product. While she has gained fame through a set of television and film appearances, Hilton has also been lampooned in tabloid and mainstream media for being irresponsible — like when she was ordered in 2007 to spend 45 days in a Los Angeles County jail for repeatedly driving with a suspended license.
Advertisement
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | August 9, 2009
Paris, a boxer-terrier mix, has a permanent home at last. She came to the Glendale Humane Society via the Los Angeles City Shelter system about four years ago, and a foster family took her in for about six months, said Alyce Russell, executive director of the Glendale Humane Society. Her foster family’s frequent travels to Canada made it difficult to find someone to care for her while they were gone, so she was returned to the society. “We took her back into the shelter and noticed some odd lumps under her skin,” Russell said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joanna Linkchorst | November 15, 2008
OK. That was fun. Just celebrating its one-year anniversary in Glendale, the Korean-owned Paris Baguette is a self-serve purveyor of joy. Now that I’m a grown-up, I don’t enjoy being a kid in a candy store so much as being a parent in a pastry shop! When we walked in, we each grabbed a square tray and a set of tongs. I told my kids to grab just about anything that they thought sounded good to sample and share with family that evening. We sampled sweet and savory, standard and exotic, pastry and tea cakes and bread.
FEATURES
May 3, 2007
PARIS Paris is a 7-year-old terrier who was rescued from the North Central shelter. Paris is a sweet dog and likes everyone, including children. She recently starred as "Sandy" in a stage production of "Annie" at the Alex Theatre. She is calm, housetrained, rides nicely in the car, enjoys her leash walks and knows some basic commands. She is extremely affectionate and well-behaved. Paris loves attention and would prefer to be the one-and-only pet. She does, however, have some special needs, so call the Glendale Humane Society for details.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 2006
Mention Handel's Messiah and most music lovers can't help but think instantly of the holidays, considering how the work has become such a staple of the holiday season. Yet connoisseurs of great choral music who would like to inaugurate the season by venturing beyond the standard holiday repertoire might want to consider attending The Pasadena Symphony's performance of Francis Poulenc's Gloria on Saturday, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The program will open with Mozart's Symphony No. 31 "Paris," followed by the performance of Poulenc's Gloria , featuring soprano Jamie Chamberlin of whom Alan Rich of the L.A. Weekly wrote, "I would gladly revisit the vocal and comedic talents of Jamie Chamberlin anytime she comes my way."
LOCAL
By Mary O'Keefe | September 1, 2006
Many who enjoy Montrose Farmer's Market on Sundays know the sound of Gremoli, the band that plays New Orleans jazz under the white tent on Honolulu Avenue. In the last couple of weeks the sound was familiar but with a new band member playing bass. That member was Katie Cavera, a professional musician who has traveled the world and ended up playing in Montrose with her friends. Cavera plays guitar, banjo, string bass and sings vocals. She recently returned from a tour of France and Spain with the production "In Search of Josephine [Baker]
NEWS
By Charly Shelton | April 21, 2005
A group of Crescenta Valley High School students now can say they love Paris in springtime thanks to drama/English teachers Brent Beerman and Kathi Chaplar. Last year the drama department visited to London to study Shakespeare, see the Old Globe Theatre and experience London's performing arts. This spring break trip to Paris was about art, culture and architecture. Several parents went along, acting as chaperones. There were planned activities, as well as unscheduled days to see Paris at one's own rate.
NEWS
January 31, 2001
Charles Rich LA CRESCENTA -- His thought on playing basketball vanished three years ago after he failed to run a mile under six minutes and 30 seconds. Running the mile within the required time on the Crescenta Valley High track is a prerequisite to make the boys' basketball freshman squad. Harven Pari completed the task in about eight minutes, forcing him to quit basketball. Pari said he would have regretted not attempting to crack the six-minute mark needed to make the varsity squad this season after he ran the mile in 5:52 last summer.
NEWS
June 21, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- Kick up your heels if you cancan. The Glendale Chamber of Commerce will recreate the atmosphere of a famous Parisian cabaret on Friday at its annual installation dinner with "A Night at the Moulin Rouge." There will be cancan dancers, live music and dancing at the event, which will begin at 6 p.m. at the Hilton Glendale. Also, live and silent auctions will be held with items including a basketball signed by Magic Johnson and a trip for two to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Glendale News-Press Articles Glendale News-Press Articles
|