August 14, 2002
Karen S. Kim Rapid Care Medical Center is inviting the community to celebrate diversity while becoming more familiar with its facilities. During its open house event Thursday, the center's medical staff will host an awards ceremony for the Tri-City for the Arts photography contest, a competition that required entrants to photograph different examples of diversity in the community. Called "A Neighborhood of Nations," the photography contest attracted about 60 black-and-white photos showing the different cultures represented throughout Glendale.
January 5, 2007
Don Gale, Telly Award-winning photographer, will be the featured presenter at the Verdugo Hills Art Association meeting on Friday, Jan. 5. Gale's presentation, "Photography for the Artist," is open to the public for a $5 donation. The Verdugo Hills Art Association meeting begins at 7 p.m. and will be held at the Citibank Community Room, 2350 Honolulu Ave., Montrose. Gale is an avid hiker with a passion for capturing nature and wildlife and has received national acclaim for his Wilderness Series and breathtaking scenes of California's backcountry and the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.
January 10, 2001
Believable dialogue, exciting photography Michael Giovanniello of Burbank is a freelance writer. In "Traffic," the stellar cast performs admirably, from cameos to leading characters. The film has good, solid writing, of an unfortunately all-too-familiar story, told with believable dialogue and exciting photography. The complex plot is peppered with blood, violence and trauma. The angst of youth plays against the eternal plague of corrupt politicians.
May 6, 2005
Gloria Lee Mini-Galleries present "Presenting Alan Mayer," the premier art exhibit of local resident and photographer Alan Mayer. While attending the University of Illinois, Mayer was the lead photographer for the Daily Illini. When he graduated, he accepted a business position in industry, but after only a year with that firm, feeling restless and needing to pursue his creative instincts, the brash young man went into business for himself. Mayer founded the Bratskellar/Josephinals restaurant chain, which eventually extended from Chicago to Los Angeles.
August 26, 2011
Here's a few things to do this weekend around the area. After all, we don't have a hurricane to board up for. Music Joe's Great American Bar and Grill hosts a concert benefiting City of Hope Hospital from 2 to 9 tonight at 4311 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank. Several blues bands will perform. Tickets cost $10. Call (818) 729-0805. Photography The photography exhibit “Snapshot of Burbank” is on display through Oct. 14 at the Burbank Central Library, 110 N. Glenoaks Blvd.
August 5, 2000
Midge Boardman, People GLENDALE -- A day at the 78th Los Angeles County Fair promises to be picture-perfect for everyone who visits the Millard Sheets Gallery. The 450 photographs on display were selected from 2,650 entries submitted for the 2000 New Photography Competition by photographers from this area and as far away as San Francisco and University of Michigan. One Glendale resident boasts two photos on exhibit. Janice H. Tieken's dramatic "Open Door" and "Narcissus," shot with a Canon-1, took honorable mentions in the Fine Arts category.
May 9, 2013
Eugene Erwin Sader Born May 24, 1935 in Glendale, California passed away April 13, 2013. He grew up in Burbank, California the son of Conrad and Marie Sader, German immigrants who came from Russia, through Nebraska, and settled in Burbank. He had an older brother, Clyde Conrad Sader, who preceded him in death, and who he greatly admired. They loved to toss the baseball around, and they will now be reunited. He grew up around his uncles' ranch. The Hudkins Brothers Stables worked with the movie studios, and owned the horse Trigger, which was sold to Roy Rogers.
December 8, 2010
Retired Glendale science and photography teacher G.J. Liotta said he taught middle school students for more than 40 years because he liked interacting with young people, and, most of all, he loved entertaining them with different science demonstrations and experiments. Liotta was a teacher and administrator at Toll Middle School from 1945 to 1985. Throughout his 40-year tenure at Toll, he said he grew to love his students, as he taught eighth-grade science and a ninth-grade introductory photography class for 15 years.
January 6, 2006
Crescenta Valley High School's photography class has seen an improvement since rebooting their computers with their newly acquired monitors donated by Lockheed Martin. Cutting a deal with Lockheed Martin, Crescenta Valley High School was the first to receive a batch of 100 computers donated to the Glendale Unified School District back in early November. Since then CVHS has thus far put to use the newly acquired 19- to 20-inch monitors which have improved classroom productivity in their photography class, said Oscar Santos, a photography teacher at the school.
March 27, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE - Longtime Glendale resident and theatrical photographer Jay Thompson will be honored at a service today. Thompson, who spent the last 23 years photographing stage productions at the Mark Taper Forum, died March 14 at Glendale Adventist Medical Center of respiratory failure. He was 68. Born in East Orange, N.J., Thompson worked as a radio announcer in the Army in the 1950s and later, as a publicist for Universal Studios.