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By Zain Shauk | August 29, 2009
SOUTH GLENDALE — The girls at Holy Family High School aren’t used to screaming and jumping for joy at 7 a.m. on a school day — especially not at the start of the academic year — but a visit from a KIIS-FM street team got them going Friday morning. The all-girls private school of about 300 students is largely unknown and tucked into a residential community, so a visit from one of the region’s most popular radio stations was a major event for the campus, students and administrators said.
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By Patrick Caneday | April 17, 2010
I got one of those e-mails last week, the “getting to know you” e-mail from a friend with too much time on their hands. It’s a list of random questions answered by the sender designed to tell you more about them even though you didn’t ask. Not the major things that you may already know, like who they voted for, what they worship and who they stalk, but the little things that make us unique. After all, who doesn’t stalk Ryan Seacrest? You’re supposed to put in your own answers, reply all and include any new people you’d like to annoy.
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By JUNE CASAGRANDE | July 23, 2008
As someone with a reporting background, I have a standard, seasoned response to any fact I hear. It is to ask, “Says who?” Before my journalism training, I would believe any bit of unfounded gossip that came my way — everything from “Don’t flash your headlights at other cars because gang members will get you” to “Ryan Seacrest is just metrosexual.” But after years in community news spent digging courageously for the naked truth about potholes and school plays, I’ve earned the title of bona fide tough customer.
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March 10, 2000
Paul M. Anderson GLENDALE -- Glendale Fire Engineer Ted Verdone was on his way home Thursday when, fortunately, he got stuck in a traffic jam. Fortunately? That's right. Verdone accidentally got in line for free gas at George McCullough's Shell station at Glendale Avenue and Lexington Drive. "I just happened to get in this lane and someone was yelling, 'Free gas.' This is pure happenstance," Verdone said. Asked if he was a fan of Star 98.7, the radio station that sponsored the event, Verdone fiddled with his radio knob to find the station.
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December 13, 2005
Dozens of people lined up down Colorado Street early Monday morning for a chance at a free Christmas tree from the YMCA of Glendale's tree lot. The rush was sparked by a 102-tree giveaway organized in conjunction with local radio station KIIS-FM (102.7), said Craig Yaussi, financial development director for the YMCA of Glendale. "People started lining up about 7 a.m. when Ryan Seacrest announced the secret giveaway spot on the air," Yaussi said. "People started pulling over right away as they passed by on their way to work.
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By JUNE CASAGRANDE | April 5, 2006
There's a copy of the "Atlantic" in my bathroom. I don't actually read the magazine. I'm not even sure how it got there. But I do like the idea of having one in plain view, you know, to impress the plumber. The magazine happened to be opened to the book review section titled, in what is almost an understatement, "The Critics." In a roughing up of the author of "Upon the Altar of the Nation: A Moral History of the Civil War," one sentence caught my eye. Professor Harry S. Stout's book "is yet further proof that the professoriat has no business teaching the country's youth how to write," Benjamin Schwarz writes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Andy Klein | December 9, 2011
It was only last year that director Garry Marshall's “Valentine's Day” raked in enough moolah to reach 23 on Box Office Mojo's highest-grossing “romantic comedy” list. That was apparently enough to trigger a follow-up - not, technically, a sequel - so Marshall (“Pretty Woman,” “Young Doctors in Love”) has reteamed with screenwriter Katherine Fugate for “New Year's Eve,” which follows the same template down to the smallest detail: Cast a score of stars in a dozen or so seemingly unrelated stories, all about love in its many forms.
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By Patrick Caneday | April 17, 2010
I got one of those e-mails last week, the “getting to know you” e-mail from a friend with too much time on their hands. It’s a list of random questions answered by the sender designed to tell you more about them even though you didn’t ask. Not the major things that you may already know, like who they voted for, what they worship and who they stalk, but the little things that make us unique. After all, who doesn’t stalk Ryan Seacrest? You’re supposed to put in your own answers, reply all and include any new people you’d like to annoy.
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By Zain Shauk | August 29, 2009
SOUTH GLENDALE — The girls at Holy Family High School aren’t used to screaming and jumping for joy at 7 a.m. on a school day — especially not at the start of the academic year — but a visit from a KIIS-FM street team got them going Friday morning. The all-girls private school of about 300 students is largely unknown and tucked into a residential community, so a visit from one of the region’s most popular radio stations was a major event for the campus, students and administrators said.
NEWS
By JUNE CASAGRANDE | July 23, 2008
As someone with a reporting background, I have a standard, seasoned response to any fact I hear. It is to ask, “Says who?” Before my journalism training, I would believe any bit of unfounded gossip that came my way — everything from “Don’t flash your headlights at other cars because gang members will get you” to “Ryan Seacrest is just metrosexual.” But after years in community news spent digging courageously for the naked truth about potholes and school plays, I’ve earned the title of bona fide tough customer.
NEWS
March 10, 2000
Paul M. Anderson GLENDALE -- Glendale Fire Engineer Ted Verdone was on his way home Thursday when, fortunately, he got stuck in a traffic jam. Fortunately? That's right. Verdone accidentally got in line for free gas at George McCullough's Shell station at Glendale Avenue and Lexington Drive. "I just happened to get in this lane and someone was yelling, 'Free gas.' This is pure happenstance," Verdone said. Asked if he was a fan of Star 98.7, the radio station that sponsored the event, Verdone fiddled with his radio knob to find the station.
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