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November 10, 2003
Councilman Gus Gomez will appear on a special, 30-minute edition of "ABCTV Live with Vrej Agajanian" at 7:30 tonight on Charter Communications Channel 26. Agajanian will interview Gomez about his decision to campaign for Superior Court Judge in the March 2 election, despite telling voters he would not run for higher office before the April election. Viewers can ask questions during the show by calling 662-9222. "The question is that he promised earlier he would not seek another office," Agajanian said Saturday.
NEWS
February 10, 2014
Good morning readers! Hopefully, the weekend was a restful one and you're up and ready to go. As you ease into the week, check out these headlines from the area:  More than a decade after Kate Hansen first began her days practicing the luge , she finds herself upon the doorstep of realizing her Olympics dream. She makes her first run at the Sochi Olympics today. La Cañada Valley Sun  Your humble narrator discusses upcoming changes to the Glendale News-Press , including a new weekend edition, a Montrose zone, and the initial meeting of a community advisory board.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 27, 2007
UCLA Live presents Will Shortz, revered crossword editor of The New York Times, puzzle master for National Public Radio's "Weekend Edition Sunday," star of the award-winning documentary "Wordplay" and the world's only academically accredited enigmatologist, in "An Evening with the Puzzle Master: Will Shortz." A legend among puzzle aficionados, Shortz will present a brain-stimulating and interactive program for all ages, discussing his lifelong passion for puzzles, answering questions and conducting audience-participation word games.
NEWS
June 15, 2007
Regarding last weekend's From the Margins column, Patrick Azadian's "Fly-bys are going a bit too far," I have read several articles and letters concerning the Glendale Police helicopter presence trying to crackdown on speeders along Glenoaks Boulevard. I understand the noise concerns. But bravo to our Police Department for addressing the problem. The latest article written by Azadian was particularly shortsighted, in my opinion. Azadian stated that "drug pushers and wife beaters are worse than bad drivers," and that may be true, up to a point, but bad drivers can also kill innocent people.
NEWS
January 28, 2014
Beginning Feb. 12, the Glendale News-Press will be available with the Los Angeles Times in news racks, at retail outlets, and, as before, through home delivery from Wednesdays to Saturdays. It will also continue to be available separately at select retail locations throughout town. The current Saturday and Sunday editions will be combined into a single Weekend edition, featuring expanded arts and entertainment coverage in the award-winning Marquee section, beginning Feb. 15. However, please note that our stand-alone news racks are being discontinued.
NEWS
March 21, 2014
Re: “ Pickleball picks up fans,” Weekend Edition, March 15 and 16 . Sounds great. So today, pickleball can be played by not only Glendale members, but Los Feliz YMCA members on the roof of the Glendale YMCA. Now tomorrow, will the Glendale News-Press start being included with Los Feliz and Silver Lake residents'/Glendale denizens' Los Angeles Times' subscriptions? I would obviously hope so myself. By the way, there is also a boxing, etc. exercise room in the Glendale YMCA, located adjacent to the main gym itself.
NEWS
October 22, 2001
I wanted to address the front-page article and photograph of the weekend edition of your paper regarding the Pledge of Allegiance. What kind of teaching is going on in our schools when a third of the children visible were incorrectly placing their left hand over their chests? When I was a student, which was not too long ago, we recited the Pledge of Allegiance every morning with respect and pride while facing our flag. Sometimes this would be our most determined act of the school day at such an early age. We were graded on how well we recited the pledge, and were rewarded with the honor of standing next to the flag and leading our fellow classmates in reciting the pledge.
NEWS
November 29, 2001
I am writing in response to the Nov. 21 editorial, "More pedestrian injuries, and another editorial," in the Glendale News-Press. I truly agree with everything said about notifying our elected or appointed Glendale government officials to stop these acts of motorists hitting pedestrians in the crosswalk. However, I feel that I should share this information with you about trying to contact Glendale Police Chief Russell K. Siverling, who is a Glendale government official.
FEATURES
By By Donald Mazen | December 17, 2005
Area ministers have the opportunity to voice their views on various religion social issues raised by the Glendale News-Press each Saturday. That is good. I am reacting to particular statements of two of the six participating ministers regarding the subject "Taking the Christ out of Christmas" in the Dec. 10-11 weekend edition. It was very surprising to me to learn that two of the ministers do not think that there is a current attack on Christmas. Even though it is one of the discussion points when people come together these days.
NEWS
May 12, 2001
The Glendale News-Press in the weekend edition of April 14 printed an excellent investigative article "How safe are you on city streets?" on the traffic problems that continue unabated on Brand Boulevard. I recommend this article to everyone as it continues to be available at our local libraries. Glendale's decision makers have turned a blind eye to the traffic problems that continue to worsen with each passing day. There are many deaths and injuries in the downtown area that the past City Council refused to address.
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NEWS
February 10, 2014
Good morning readers! Hopefully, the weekend was a restful one and you're up and ready to go. As you ease into the week, check out these headlines from the area:  More than a decade after Kate Hansen first began her days practicing the luge , she finds herself upon the doorstep of realizing her Olympics dream. She makes her first run at the Sochi Olympics today. La Cañada Valley Sun  Your humble narrator discusses upcoming changes to the Glendale News-Press , including a new weekend edition, a Montrose zone, and the initial meeting of a community advisory board.
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NEWS
November 10, 2003
Councilman Gus Gomez will appear on a special, 30-minute edition of "ABCTV Live with Vrej Agajanian" at 7:30 tonight on Charter Communications Channel 26. Agajanian will interview Gomez about his decision to campaign for Superior Court Judge in the March 2 election, despite telling voters he would not run for higher office before the April election. Viewers can ask questions during the show by calling 662-9222. "The question is that he promised earlier he would not seek another office," Agajanian said Saturday.
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