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By By Lauren Hilgers | January 3, 2006
Ten-year-old Cassandra Huezo sat in the Supercuts lobby on Friday taking deep, labored breaths and biting her nails, waiting for her name to be called. It was to be the first major haircut of her life. "They've had long hair all their lives," said Hector Huezo, gazing at his three daughters. "They've had haircuts, but I always say, 'Just an inch, just a trim.'" In the past, even that has made him nervous -- his three daughters all had dark hair flowing down into the small of their backs -- until Friday.
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By Tania Chatila | May 4, 2006
NORTHEAST GLENDALE ? Two SuperCuts employees were injured Wednesday morning when a 75-year-old Glendale woman accidentally plowed her Honda Accord through the entrance of the hair salon, police said. The woman pulled into the North Glendale Avenue strip mall, where she was going to get her hair cut, just before 11:30 a.m., Glendale Police Sgt. Tom Lorenz said. She was attempting to park in a stall directly in front of the salon, he said. "She pulls into the spot and as she rolls in, apparently steps on the accelerator instead of the brake, so she plows into the building," he said.
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By Zain Shauk | September 22, 2009
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — When a woman drove her car through the front of Movses Golden Pastry five years ago, owner Armen Nazarian thought he could protect his store by installing steel barriers in front of the property. He was wrong. Early Tuesday, police said, a Burbank woman in the parking lot slammed on the gas pedal of her white Toyota 4Runner and barreled through the Glenoaks Boulevard corner bakery. She evaded a steel barrier and smashed through a storefront window, refrigerators, tables and chairs.
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September 9, 2004
Robert Chacon If the Chans were any indication of the public's response to the fourth annual Foothills Community Expo at Verdugo Hills Hospital, some might say that the event was a success. Making their rounds to displays of the close to 70 local businesses that purchased a space for the event, Alfred and Louise Chan were loaded down with many of the free items and promotional gifts available. Giveaways ranged from free coffee mugs to shampoo samples, free health screenings and a variety of snacks.
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September 29, 2009
Even though it received full coverage and a picture of the ceremony of throwing sins into the water for Rosh Hashana (“Celebrating the Jewish New Year,” Sept. 22), I felt that something was missing. The letter from John Andersen (“A deeper look into Jewish tradition,” Sept. 24) a few days later filled in a lot of information about Jewish history. But I was disappointed that the same fact was still missing. It seems important to me that this holiday is the celebration of a new year for the Hebrew calendar beginning on the year 5770; 5,769 years of the Jewish calendar have elapsed.
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By By Lauren Hilgers | January 3, 2006
Ten-year-old Cassandra Huezo sat in the Supercuts lobby on Friday taking deep, labored breaths and biting her nails, waiting for her name to be called. It was to be the first major haircut of her life. "They've had long hair all their lives," said Hector Huezo, gazing at his three daughters. "They've had haircuts, but I always say, 'Just an inch, just a trim.'" In the past, even that has made him nervous -- his three daughters all had dark hair flowing down into the small of their backs -- until Friday.
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