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November 18, 2009
TODAY The Free Admission Glendale Noon Concert will be from 12:10 to 12:40 p.m. at the Chapel at First Baptist Church of Glendale, 209 N. Louise St., Glendale. The program is ?A Chamber Music Recital with Karen Elaine and Friends.? Works include those by Max Bruch, Carol Worthey and Mozart. Lunch is available for $6 after concert. For more information, call (818) 242-2113. The American Business Women?s Assn. will meet from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, 120 E. Colorado St., Glendale.
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By Jonathan Raber | October 20, 2007
GLENDALE — Like they did following a season-opening loss, the members of the Glendale Community College football team will attempt to bounce back from defeat. Running off four straight wins following the setback in the opener, the Vaqueros hope to duplicate the win streak in their remaining four regular-season contests on the heels of a 19-10 inter-divisional loss to College of the Canyons. The first phase begins when Glendale college travels to face Compton in a Western State Conference Pacific Division matchup at 7 p.m. today at Cabrillo High in Long Beach.
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August 9, 2001
Today's Community Forum page provided me with some small measures of amusement (as it usually does). Today's reader comments provoked no reaction in me except, of course, the small amusement of seeing dumb comments at the top of the letter section. It was actually a few days ago that there were a few letter writers all fussy over the specter of a possible rent-control or rent-stabilization ordinance. For some reason, most seem to not distinguish betwixt rent control and rent stabilization, but like poison ivy, they just don't like it and equate it with "European Socialism."
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By Bianca P. Gallegos | June 30, 2006
Glendale's Deukmejian Wilderness Park is a hidden treasure for many residents. But a dozen residents felt swatting flies was worth it in exchange for an informative reconnaissance mission of the park that the Historical Society of the Crescenta Valley hosted last Saturday. Attendees got the opportunity to learn about the site's history, ecosystem, geology, climate and infrastructure. The park, primarily used for hiking and picnicking, covers more than 700 acres. It offers miles of hiking trails and is the Crescenta Valley's only entrance to the vast Angeles National Forest.
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By From Staff Reports | January 3, 2008
GLENDALE ? The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. ? Spending the holidays in the land Down Under The new year came a bit earlier than usual for Troy Mulcahey ? 19 hours earlier, in fact. That?s because the Crescenta Valley Little League standout spent the holidays in Australia. ?He says he?s having fun over there,? said Troy?s father Dan , a highly regarded area Little League coach, a few days after his son had departed.
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By Steve Appleford, steve.appleford@latimes.com | January 18, 2013
In a small studio on the far edge of Glendale, a worldwide flow of music is in a moment of transition. On the turntable is a 45rpm disc of spectral, hypnotic sounds from 1980, as radio DJ Lee Joseph begins winding down his two-hour show on LuxuriaMusic.com . The record is “I'm Sorry,” a vinyl artifact of outsider music by the all-female art-punk band the Inflatable Boy Clams, a quartet as obscure as the music is exotic. Standing just outside the doorway is Kat Griffin, whose “Madly Cocktail” show is up next.
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November 19, 2009
TODAY Glendale Latino Assn will have a mixer and annual toy drive from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the New Horizons Family Center, 744 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale. $10 admission. Bring a toy for the children. For more information, visit www.glendalelatino association.com. Author Amy Goldman will discuss her book “Poison Ivy” at 7 p.m. at the Glendale Central Library, 222 E. Harvard St. Her novel deals with the problems of bullying between schoolchildren. The program is sponsored by Friends of the Glendale Library.
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By Jonathan Raber | October 20, 2007
GLENDALE — Like they did following a season-opening loss, the members of the Glendale Community College football team will attempt to bounce back from defeat. Running off four straight wins following the setback in the opener, the Vaqueros hope to duplicate the win streak in their remaining four regular-season contests on the heels of a 19-10 inter-divisional loss to College of the Canyons. The first phase begins when Glendale college travels to face Compton in a Western State Conference Pacific Division matchup at 7 p.m. today at Cabrillo High in Long Beach.
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