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By Ruth Longoria | August 15, 2008
Bringing baby home from the hospital was twice the fun for six moms who gave birth at Verdugo Hills Hospital last month. Six sets of twins were born at Verdugo in July, a record for the hospital, which had its former record setting event 20 years ago when five sets of twins were born in a one-month period, according to information provided by Celine Petrossian, Verdugo Hills Hospital spokeswoman. ?We were very excited to welcome six sets of twins into the world during the month of July, especially given the size of our community hospital and our average of one or two sets of twins per month,?
NEWS
By Sharon Raghavachary | September 15, 2010
This week I started planning for the kids' birthday party. It's not this month, or in October, or even in November. Their birthday is in December. Now it may sound like I'm jumping the gun a bit, but there are so many things to consider and arrangements to be made. First, we had to pick a date and, since we're not crazy enough to have a party for dozens of first-graders at our house, hope that the place we wanted wasn't already booked. The popular places can book up quickly, so that's a big reason for me to start early.
NEWS
July 2, 2002
Janine Marnien Not many things are farther away from La Crescenta than a pig farm in Austria. Yet that's where Kathleen Brown, now Kathleen Elsig, found herself after she -- and her identical twin sister, now Kimberly Kane -- graduated from Crescenta Valley High School in 1989. "These were people who were proud if they had a fourth-grade education," Elsig said of the Austrian villagers she lived among. What prompted Elsig to leave a town in which some families have remained for three or even four generations can be traced right back to the twins' parents and schools in La Crescenta.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lyda Truick | July 4, 2009
As someone in the throes of infertility treatment and all its insanity, I cringe at the possibility of becoming the next “Octo-Mom” and even lie awake worrying about having and raising more than one child at a time. Christina Baglivi Tinglof offers a little peace of mind and quite a bit of perspective on the reality of parenting twins in the second edition of “Double Duty: The Parents’ Guide To Raising Twins, From Pregnancy Through The School Years.” Tinglof begins with a positive and reassuring attitude toward prospective parents, offering practical advice and insight into the world of multiple births.
LOCAL
February 3, 2006
Lisa Kelly and Michael Seales are happy to announce the arrival of their twins, Jack Kelly and Kate Margaret Seales. They were born on Jan. 13. Jack was born at 12:29 p.m. and Kate at 12:31 p.m. Jack weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces and was 20 ½ inches long. Kate weighed 5 pounds 12 ounces and was 18 ½ inches long. The father is a software engineer with DreamWorks Animation SKG, and the mother is a technology recruiter at Sony Pictures Imageworks. The family resides in La Crescenta.
FEATURES
By Alison Kjeldgaard | January 22, 2009
Before entering Glendale’s Youth and Family Services house, observers can already see the dedication and hard work of Glendale High School seniors Jennifer and Michelle Regalado in the recently planted front garden. The twins spent the last semester sprucing up the front of the building at 815 E. Harvard St. But their service to the nonprofit doesn’t end there. The Regalados joined the Youth and Family Services Program during the summer of their junior year because they wanted to make a difference in their community.
NEWS
March 13, 2000
Paul M. Anderson GLENDALE -- Shannon George and her husband, Jacob, planned to have their newly-born twin boys sleep together when they came home from the hospital. Little did they know the babies would get a chance to snuggle together while still in the hospital, thanks to a new program at Glendale Memorial Hospital. Nurse Marjean Bracia came up with the idea and hospital officials started the program with Noah and Nathan George shortly after they were born Tuesday.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | March 3, 2010
Matthew and Gunnar Nelson are packing up their memories and taking them on the road for a concert tour that honors their father, Ricky Nelson. It’s been 25 years since the elder Nelson was killed in a New Year’s Eve plane crash. His identical twin sons have produced a show, “Ricky Nelson Remembered 25th Anniversary Tour,” which begins this week with three dates in Los Angeles. This is the best place to start the tour, they said, because it’s near the family’s backyard.
NEWS
By KATHERINE YAMADA | November 23, 2007
Growing up on Valley View Road in northwest Glendale, Isabel Phister Soule was surrounded by movie people and even appeared as an extra in one or two short comedies. Her home, in the 1400 block of Valley View, was across the street from the home of director James W. Horne, his wife, actress Cleo Ridgely, and their family. Actor Willard Louis, who played Friar Tuck in the 1922 movie ?Robin Hood? with Douglas Fairbanks, also lived across the street. Soule often played with Horne?
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By Arin Mikailian, arin.mikailian@latimes.com | April 9, 2014
The City Council approved a mixed-use project entailing a pair of six-story buildings and a CVS pharmacy in downtown Glendale Tuesday. Developer PH Glendale, LLC plans to build a bridge over an alley that separates the buildings at Central and Wilson avenues, according to a city report. The council voted 3-1 on the design of the $34-million, 59,492-square-foot development, with Councilman Ara Najarian casting the dissenting vote. Councilwoman Laura Friedman was absent. In addition to the pharmacy, the project will include 164 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with two floors of subterranean parking with 293 spaces, 13 more than required, the report stated.
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THE818NOW
January 17, 2012
NASA is scheduled to announce which of the names submitted by more than 11,000 students from across the nation will be picked for two lunar space probes that will map the moon like never before. The solar-powered GRAIL twins will give scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory an unprecedented amount of data on the moon, such as its gravitational field, which will allow them to better understand how Earth and other planets in the solar system came to be. More than 11,000 students from 45 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, took part in a contest to name the twin orbiters, according to NASA.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | October 25, 2011
Having lost its two previous Western State Conference matches, the members of the Glendale Community College women's golf team looked to get back on track in their quest to win their first conference championship. The Vaqueros moved a step closer after winning a nine-team neutral site match that involved programs from the Western State and Foothill conferences on Monday. Pattraporn Silawanna carded an even-par 72 to share medalist honors and help Glendale college win the event with a 305 at Twin Oaks Golf Course in San Marcos.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cassandra M. Bellantoni | June 24, 2011
If you drive down Myers Street in Burbank, you might not guess there’s a live radio show being broadcast out of a garage, but today’s technology makes this possible. And for the members of the Australian rock band Sunset Riot, the “Twin Talk” radio show was the first stop on their three-month American tour. Sunset Riot’s frontman, Del Rio, said it made sense to kick off the band’s U.S. tour on “Twin Talk” because the show had promoted its music and upcoming tour for months, which helped lead to 25 bookings out of the 40 the band hopes to secure.
NEWS
By Sharon Raghavachary | September 15, 2010
This week I started planning for the kids' birthday party. It's not this month, or in October, or even in November. Their birthday is in December. Now it may sound like I'm jumping the gun a bit, but there are so many things to consider and arrangements to be made. First, we had to pick a date and, since we're not crazy enough to have a party for dozens of first-graders at our house, hope that the place we wanted wasn't already booked. The popular places can book up quickly, so that's a big reason for me to start early.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | March 3, 2010
Matthew and Gunnar Nelson are packing up their memories and taking them on the road for a concert tour that honors their father, Ricky Nelson. It’s been 25 years since the elder Nelson was killed in a New Year’s Eve plane crash. His identical twin sons have produced a show, “Ricky Nelson Remembered 25th Anniversary Tour,” which begins this week with three dates in Los Angeles. This is the best place to start the tour, they said, because it’s near the family’s backyard.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lyda Truick | July 4, 2009
As someone in the throes of infertility treatment and all its insanity, I cringe at the possibility of becoming the next “Octo-Mom” and even lie awake worrying about having and raising more than one child at a time. Christina Baglivi Tinglof offers a little peace of mind and quite a bit of perspective on the reality of parenting twins in the second edition of “Double Duty: The Parents’ Guide To Raising Twins, From Pregnancy Through The School Years.” Tinglof begins with a positive and reassuring attitude toward prospective parents, offering practical advice and insight into the world of multiple births.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | June 19, 2009
The three-day Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft came and went last week with Brian Bistagne not being picked. Bistagne figured he would have been selected by one of the 30 major league clubs, but it didn?t come to pass. The disappointment turned to jubilation less than a week later. Bistagne, a former standout at St. Francis High and Glendale Community College, signed a free-agent contract with the Minnesota Twins on Monday. The Glendale resident boarded a flight Tuesday from Los Angeles to Fort Myers, Fla. to report to the Gulf Coast League Twins rookie-ball team with the organizations?
FEATURES
By Alison Kjeldgaard | January 22, 2009
Before entering Glendale’s Youth and Family Services house, observers can already see the dedication and hard work of Glendale High School seniors Jennifer and Michelle Regalado in the recently planted front garden. The twins spent the last semester sprucing up the front of the building at 815 E. Harvard St. But their service to the nonprofit doesn’t end there. The Regalados joined the Youth and Family Services Program during the summer of their junior year because they wanted to make a difference in their community.
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