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June 30, 2009
Writer is living in the past Life must really be boring at the home of Andrew Hagler, writer of the community commentary “Television turning U.S. into a nation of idiots,” on Monday. It really is disheartening when people make blanket and generic statements when they in fact have zero knowledge of the subject matter they are writing about. It’s really nothing more than an attempt to paint a false illusion of intelligence. It is apparent that the author knows nothing about the subject matter he has written.
NEWS
February 17, 2006
In your newspaper today you will find "Jewel City -- 100 Years of the City of Glendale," one of the most dynamic and interesting publications we've ever produced here at the Glendale News-Press. In grand style, this special tabloid salutes the rich history of our fair city, which was incorporated 100 years ago this week. Demonstrating their community commitment and pride, more than 120 companies and agencies joined us in congratulating the city on its centennial. From corporations and major employers like the Glendale Galleria, the Walt Disney Co., Warner Bros.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Stones | May 27, 2005
A talented cast has worked for months to bring "Bat Boy: The Musical" to the La Canada High School stage. Inspired by fabricated reports in a tabloid newspaper, playwrights Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming have intertwined outrageous comedy and an unlikely love story with Laurence O'Keefe's entertaining rock score to create a musical with a moving message. The story is set in a small town where three teens discover a beastly boy with pointy ears in a West Virginia cave and take him into town for veterinary care.
NEWS
April 21, 2005
Ann Doneen and Ken Swope In Friday's paper, "Parents want musical stopped" reported that La Canada High School parent Karen Matheson wants the school district to halt production on this year's all-school musical, "Bat Boy." Please know that there are a number of parents who applaud the district, drama teacher Gale Caswell and the school administration for bringing some fresh material to our stage, and for having the depth, wisdom and insight to be able to see that it would be appropriate for us to stage this production here in La Canada Flintridge.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Brian McGackin | June 24, 2009
Some people were born to perform. They have that spark, that certain extra something that keeps them motivated and moving forward with their dreams no matter what. They can perform anywhere, in front of any crowd. Even when the circumstances aren’t the best, they get up in front of the microphone and do everything they can to keep the fans happy. Local singer/songwriter Jody Whitesides was put in a less than optimal situation Thursday night while performing at the Left Coast Wine Bar in Glendale.
LOCAL
By Andrew Hagler | June 29, 2009
The United States is seeing one of its worst economic hardships in decades. California is on the brink of nixing one more day from government workers and making West Coast residents quaking in their boots about the possibility of a state collapse due to the budget crisis. North Korea has nukes incapable of hitting the other side of North Korea, but is threatening the U.S. anyway, and Iran is in the midst of a possible upheaval of its political system and struggling deeply to come out on the democratic side.
NEWS
By WENDY GROVE | October 13, 2007
The Glendale College Theatre Arts Department will stage a special, final show of “Bat Boy: The Musical” on Oct. 31. The Halloween performance will begin at 7 p.m., and theater patrons are encouraged to attend in costume. “Bat Boy: The Musical” is written by Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming, with music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe. Theater professor Jeanette Farr directs, with musical direction by Byron Delto. All shows of “Bat Boy: The Musical” are staged in the Auditorium Studio Theatre.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Phillip Hain | February 9, 2008
If you are not aware of the current global hysteria being spurred by a teenage female superstar named Miley Cyrus and her alter ego Hannah Montana, it?s most likely that you don?t have young children or you have willingly removed yourself from the barely escapable barrage of media madness. Those shielded from the avalanche will probably not be going to see the ?Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert? film. For the others, most likely parents of girls age 6 to 12, your peace of mind could lay in the hope that your daughter, just like Miley, could be the next big thing.
NEWS
By: | October 1, 2005
Submit AFTER HOURS items to the Daily Pilot, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626; by fax to (714) 966-4679; or by calling (714) 966-4625. TILL OCT. 9 'THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE' Bertolt Brecht's work, which is rich with themes of morality, justice and the effects of war on individuals through the centuries, will be staged at south Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. Tickets cost $20 to $58. Information: (714) 708-5555 or o7www.
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June 30, 2009
Writer is living in the past Life must really be boring at the home of Andrew Hagler, writer of the community commentary “Television turning U.S. into a nation of idiots,” on Monday. It really is disheartening when people make blanket and generic statements when they in fact have zero knowledge of the subject matter they are writing about. It’s really nothing more than an attempt to paint a false illusion of intelligence. It is apparent that the author knows nothing about the subject matter he has written.
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