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By Sevan Gatsby/Special to the Valley Sun | March 28, 2008
Armenians from the La Crescenta and La Cañada area gathered in Lanterman Auditorium (which serves as the site of the Armenian Apostolic Church every Sunday) on Easter Sunday to celebrate the glorious resurrection of Christ. The service commenced at 10:30 a.m. and ended at 1:30 p.m. and was led by Archpriest Hovsep Hagopian. He also led a special prayer at the end of the service blessing the four corners of the Earth. After his sermon, the archpriest read Archbishop Hovnan Derderian’s Easter message, preaching, “the celebration of the Resurrection of Christ our Lord offers the vision to embrace the Gospel of the Lord with its message of salvation, which enlightens our mind and soul with divine love.
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April 7, 2007
T wo Thousand years after Christ's death, people still debate the Resurrection. Many remain steadfast in their belief that it was a historical event, but others, even Christians, believe that such a Biblical story can't be taken as historical fact, but rather as a metaphor. What do you think? Since we are all so scientific, because we live in the 21st century, where science is supreme, the Resurrection presents some problems. Each of us just knows absolutely that dead bodies don't rise up once they are dead.
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April 13, 2001
Alex Coolman SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- Out of the parting clouds, a vast sea of people emerges. They walk in a thunderous procession, the sunlight of a new day shining on their faces. It sounds like some sort of hallucination, but it's the subject of Robert Clark's massive painting "The Resurrection." It's a work with a powerful religious theme, and the canvas of the painting, at 3,500 square feet, is massive enough to do justice to the idea of the Resurrection of the Dead.
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April 12, 2004
Gary Moskowitz To Liz Lewis, the story of Easter is about rebirth, but it's also a source of pride in being a woman. Lewis was one of 11 people who attended a 6:30 a.m., outdoor Easter sunrise service in the courtyard at Salem Lutheran Church on Sunday. Many churches throughout Glendale hosted similar early morning Easter services. "To me, Easter is a kind of renewal, when you feel the joy of Christ being risen," said Lewis, 46. "I especially like the fact that women were the first to see Jesus after the resurrection, and they didn't leave him at the foot of the cross.
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March 30, 2002
Joyce Rudolph Methodist church plans two Easter services GLENDALE -- The First United Methodist Church of Glendale has planned two services for Easter Sunday to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus. The community is welcome. An early morning garden service will be at 7 a.m. at Casa Adobe de San Rafael, 1330 Dorothy Drive in Glendale. Alan R. Strout, associate pastor, will bring the message. Patricia Edwards will lead the hymn singing. Music will be presented by young adults from the church's Filipino and Korean worshiping congregations and by violinist Linda Stone.
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October 11, 2012
Thomas J. Marriott - born January 12, 1919 in Battlecreek, Michigan went to his eternal reward in heaven on October 6, 2012. Predeceased in death by his son Bill, he leaves the love of his life, Betty, and their five other children - Tom, Kathi, Mike, Patti, and John along with 16 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. He was a veteran of WWII, worked as a credit manager for Industrial Asphalt, and was an active member of St. Finbar parish for over 60 years. The Rosary is to be held at St. Finbar Catholic Church, Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 7pm. Mass of Resurrection to celebrate his life will also be at St. Finbar Catholic Church, Monday, October 15, 2012 at 10 am. He will be missed by all who loved him and were blessed to have him in their lives.
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | March 31, 2007
Easter will be upon us next week. On April 8, we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. What He accomplished for us cannot be replicated. There is no substitute. It is simply a free gift of grace. When we accept it, we gain salvation and eternal life. In Luke, chapter one, we foresee the birth and life of Christ; His call and resurrection. The birth of John the Baptist is also foretold. John leads the way for Christ. His parents are told that he will be, "a joy and delight to you," (Luke 1:14)
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By Ani Amirkhanian | June 27, 2007
When Glendale resident Al Garcilazo was working on his doctoral dissertation, he decided to go beyond just writing a paper to earn his degree. Garcilazo, who earned his doctorate in theology from Fuller Seminary, began writing a book with a little help from his mentor. His book, "The Corinthian Dissenters and the Stoics," was published in May. In the book, Garcilazo discusses the controversy of 1 Corinthians 15 regarding the denial of the resurrection of the dead. He ties it into Stoic philosophy.
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | September 15, 2007
God is good, but life is hard. This phrase keeps coming to my mind today as I prepare to write this column. People question God from time to time in life, due to difficult life circumstances. I have always believed that God is present and working when life is tough, but that is almost impossible to explain to some who are suffering. Why would God allow pain? Again: God is good, but life is hard. Many feelings have permeated my heart this week — thoughts of people doing evil against others, thoughts of Christians turning away from God and thoughts of people destroying their families with bad choices.
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By Brittany Levine | April 25, 2013
While Glendale officials want to create a new economic development department to replace the defunct redevelopment agency, there's no money to operate it. But that appears to be a temporary hurdle. The City Council took the first step this week to refinance several redevelopment bonds issued in 2002, 2003 and 2010 to save about $875,000 a year in debt service through 2021. The city would get to keep about half of that money once it becomes available, according to new rules set by state officials after they dissolved nearly 400 redevelopment agencies throughout California - including Glendale's - last year.
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October 11, 2012
Thomas J. Marriott - born January 12, 1919 in Battlecreek, Michigan went to his eternal reward in heaven on October 6, 2012. Predeceased in death by his son Bill, he leaves the love of his life, Betty, and their five other children - Tom, Kathi, Mike, Patti, and John along with 16 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. He was a veteran of WWII, worked as a credit manager for Industrial Asphalt, and was an active member of St. Finbar parish for over 60 years. The Rosary is to be held at St. Finbar Catholic Church, Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 7pm. Mass of Resurrection to celebrate his life will also be at St. Finbar Catholic Church, Monday, October 15, 2012 at 10 am. He will be missed by all who loved him and were blessed to have him in their lives.
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By Dan Evans | June 17, 2012
When Frank's Restaurant, a Burbank landmark, went dark in March, a collective cry went out from Clybourn to Alameda avenues, from Forest Lawn to Bel Aire drives. The Media City has seen too many of its longtime restaurants, dives and greasy spoons boarded up, demolished or simply forgotten. Alfredo's Granada, a Burbank Boulevard fixture for nearly four decades, closed in October 2010, only to reopen eight months later. Genio's Restaurant, which fed generations of locals, closed shop for good in 2006.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 30, 2012
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE - After both teams took turns ripping each other by 16 and 14 points, respectively, in the first two games, it was hard to get a bead on just who was in control of Friday's Pacific League boys' volleyball rivalry match between Hoover High and host Glendale. Control of the next two games switched hands incessantly, but in the end the Nitros came out on the right side of both to notch a 25-9, 11-25, 26-24, 25-22 win in the resumption of the rivalry after the Tornadoes program took a one-year hiatus last season.
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By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | April 21, 2011
La Crescenta Presbyterian Church will be rocking in a most unusual way Sunday — parishioners have pushed a 14-foot-high stone in front of their meeting house door and will roll it away after Easter service. The effort echoes the Bible story of Jesus’ resurrection, when visitors to his tomb rolled away a stone and were amazed to discover he had risen after his crucifixion, proving to believers he is the son of God. Church leaders decided moving a large stone in front of the door would be an apt way to end Good Friday service, and removing it would serve as a closing ceremony for the Easter Sunday service.
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By Melanie Hicken, melanie.hicken@latimes.com | November 26, 2010
DOWNTOWN GLENDALE — A vacant building across from the Americana at Brand has once again been transformed into a gallery, the second event curated by a local arts nonprofitusing remnants from past fires. Several hundred community leaders and arts patrons last weekend gathered at 216. S. Brand Blvd. to celebrate the opening of "Inspire" — an exhibition featuring more than 150 pieces by 45 different artists. It is the second exhibition Glendale-based nonprofit Art from the Ashes has produced at the city-owned building, the future home of the Museum of Neon Art. "This is a good use for the space and keeps interest alive in the meantime," said City Councilman John Drayman, who helped orchestrate MONA's move to Glendale.
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By Sevan Gatsby/Special to the Valley Sun | March 28, 2008
Armenians from the La Crescenta and La Cañada area gathered in Lanterman Auditorium (which serves as the site of the Armenian Apostolic Church every Sunday) on Easter Sunday to celebrate the glorious resurrection of Christ. The service commenced at 10:30 a.m. and ended at 1:30 p.m. and was led by Archpriest Hovsep Hagopian. He also led a special prayer at the end of the service blessing the four corners of the Earth. After his sermon, the archpriest read Archbishop Hovnan Derderian’s Easter message, preaching, “the celebration of the Resurrection of Christ our Lord offers the vision to embrace the Gospel of the Lord with its message of salvation, which enlightens our mind and soul with divine love.
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By Dylan Kruse | January 24, 2008
GLENDALE ? Generally, starting up a new college program is a tedious process that can take years to establish and get noticed. Not at Glendale Community College, though. Thanks to a passionate head coach with local ties, a high-profile assistant coach and a diverse group of hard-working players, the Vaqueros men?s golf team has put itself on the map before even teeing it up for the first time. And the Vaqueros, who will be the first men?s golf team at the school since the program was dropped due to budget cuts in 1985, don?
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | September 15, 2007
God is good, but life is hard. This phrase keeps coming to my mind today as I prepare to write this column. People question God from time to time in life, due to difficult life circumstances. I have always believed that God is present and working when life is tough, but that is almost impossible to explain to some who are suffering. Why would God allow pain? Again: God is good, but life is hard. Many feelings have permeated my heart this week — thoughts of people doing evil against others, thoughts of Christians turning away from God and thoughts of people destroying their families with bad choices.
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