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July 21, 2006
As a young working musician in London, England in the 1970s, Laurence Juber got an extraordinary, life-changing break when Paul McCartney picked him to become Wings' lead guitarist. Juber spent three years recording and touring with the band. During that time he won a Best Rock Instrumental Grammy for the track "Rockestra" from the Wings album Back To The Egg. He has released 11 critically acclaimed solo albums. His latest release, "One Wing," is a collection of solo guitar arrangements drawn from the Paul McCartney and Wings repertoire.
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By Veronica Rocha | April 20, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE — Danielle Lacharite Brown meticulously pulled the fragile wings off unusable collector’s butterflies with fine tweezers and glued the wings onto a bra, creating an organized color pattern and shape. Lacharite Brown, who works for the Natural History Museum, entered the bra design into this year’s Bras for a Cause, an annual event where local organizations submit decorative bras, which are auctioned off to the highest bidder. Lacharite Brown’s bra paid tribute to the Natural History Museum’s Pavilion of Wings exhibit, which allows visitors to walk through rooms full of butterflies.
BUSINESS
June 29, 2009
Kyochon Chicken will open July 16 at the Glendale Galleria. The opening will mark the restaurant’s first mall location. Kyochon Chicken’s menu is influenced by the Korean culture. It accents their specialty wings entrees and side dishes with spicy hot, sweet and garlicky flavorings as well as using high quality canola oil. Throughout opening day, Kyochon chicken will offer free samples of its garlic soy wings, hot sweet wings, rice crispy chicken strips, spicy stir-fry chicken, soy sauce stir-fry chicken and steamed rice.
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By: | September 15, 2005
Jacob Gordon scored the final three goals for the Gimps and finished with four in leading his team to a 7-3 victory over the Avalanche in Patrick Division action. The Gimps led the entire way in a postseason playoff match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Chas Scott, Mike Moore Jr. and Tyler Estes also scored for the Gimps. Scott, Moore, Drew Bertoni and Hunter Schmidt each picked up an assist. Damian Raburn scored the first and last goals for the Avalanche, and Andrew Wade scored the other.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | January 24, 2007
Musical comedies, dramas and an Agatha Christie murder mystery are on the agenda for the 61st season at Glendale Centre Theatre. "The Nerd" by Larry Shue, is the first in the line-up and is literally raising the roof with laughter, said Producer Tim Dietlein, who co-owns the theater with his wife, Brenda. "My office is upstairs directly above the stage and while I'm sitting in the office I can hear the laughter coming up through the ceiling," he said. "This show is raising the roof with laughter, which doesn't happen as much as I wish."
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By Rachel Kane | October 23, 2006
The new Lark Musical Society building opened with a prayer on Sunday. Armenian Archbishops Hovnan Derderian and Moushegh Mardirossian blessed the entrance of the musical society's new address at Arden Avenue as nearly 200 people watched. The musical society is a conservatory with mainly, but not exclusively, 165 Armenian youths as students from the ages of 6 to 15. Councilmen, including Glendale Mayor Dave Weaver, and Rep. Adam Schiff were a few of the local dignitaries in attendance.
BUSINESS
By Joyce Rudolph | September 22, 2009
BURBANK — It pays in hot wings to be steady customers of AMC Theatre, one couple learned Monday morning. Matthew Kelsey, 34, of Santa Clarita, and his girlfriend Staci Miyagishima, 24, of North Hills, were first in line Sunday and camped out overnight in front of the new Buffalo Wild Wings location on the AMC Walkway in Downtown Burbank. The restaurant and sports bar, which was established in Ohio, is known for its Buffalo, N.Y.,-style chicken wings and 14 sauces ranging from mild, sweet, to “Blazin.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | April 25, 2011
The Columbus Elementary School mural — a depiction of the school’s mascot, the eagle — had been a welcoming sight to students and visitors for years. For William Kaufmann, 16, who attended Columbus for seven years and was raised near the school, it was a landmark. But the mural disappeared in 2008 along with several old campus buildings amid a major modernization project. It was strange to look over at the school and not see the eagle, William said. So when it came time to develop a project required to earn the Eagle Scout award from Boy Scouts of America, he immediately thought of his alma mater.
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February 6, 2003
Ryan Carter According to a friend, pioneering female aviator Bobbi Trout only asked for one thing at the end of her life: her wings. A memorial service in Burbank has been planned for Evelyn "Bobbi" Trout, who died Jan. 24. She was 97. The service is set for 2 p.m. Feb. 23, at Hangar 34 at the Burbank-Pasadena-Glendale Airport. Family, friends and aviation enthusiasts are expected to come from all over the country to pay their respects to Trout, who made legendary flights in the late 1920s and early 1930s over Burbank and Glendale, and helped usher in an age of aviation in this area.
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February 20, 2002
Hamlet Nalbandyan CANYON COUNTRY -- It's a disheartening statistic, even more so this time of year. The Crescenta Valley High boys' basketball team has prided itself on defense when its offensive game wasn't up to par. In Tuesday's second-round CIF Southern Section Division IA playoff game game against Canyon Country Canyon, the Falcons had their wings clipped when leading scorer Jimmy Goffredo sat out almost half...
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By Charles Richcharles.rich@latimes.com | February 14, 2014
It didn't take long for Emmett Duvall to draw attention. And it had nothing to do with him towering at 6 feet 6 inches, tied for second tallest player on the burgeoning Glendale Community College men's basketball team. Duvall brought his lunch-pail approach inside the Glendale college gymnasium during a recent two-hour practice session. He found himself near the basket in prime position to grab a few rebounds and offer encouragement to his teammates after running some plays. “We mean business,” said Duvall, a sophomore wing.
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By Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com | October 14, 2011
Maintenance workers at Bob Hope Airport voted overwhelmingly this week to unionize, setting the stage for contract negotiations they hope will result in higher wages and improved benefits. Thirty-one maintenance workers will now join International Union of Operating Engineers Local 501, said Gavin Koon, a Local 501 representative. One worker was out of town the day of the vote, which came in at 29-1 in favor of unionizing, he added. “Very rarely is there such solidarity,” Koon said.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | April 25, 2011
The Columbus Elementary School mural — a depiction of the school’s mascot, the eagle — had been a welcoming sight to students and visitors for years. For William Kaufmann, 16, who attended Columbus for seven years and was raised near the school, it was a landmark. But the mural disappeared in 2008 along with several old campus buildings amid a major modernization project. It was strange to look over at the school and not see the eagle, William said. So when it came time to develop a project required to earn the Eagle Scout award from Boy Scouts of America, he immediately thought of his alma mater.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wendy Grove | March 4, 2011
The Glendale Community College Theatre Arts Department will present the Elmer Rice play, “Two on an Island,” opening at 8 p.m. March 31 in the Auditorium Mainstage Theatre. Melissa R. Randel directs the production, set in the late 1930s and telling the story of two young people searching for happiness and success in New York. Shows run for eight performances over the course of two weeks. Show times are 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $10, $6 for students and seniors and $4 each for children 12 and under and groups of 10 or more.
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By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | December 21, 2010
Ray Patel stands outside the Golden Key Hotel, pointing to cracks in his parking lot pavement and trucks on Orange Street transferring garbage or unloading goods near his guest rooms. He blames the city and his neighbor, the Americana at Brand, for the troubles. Patel bought the hotel in 2001, 27 years after the city declared the area near Colorado Street and Brand Boulevard a redevelopment zone, but before the Americana — with its pricey apartments, condos and more than 70 stores and restaurants — began construction.
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By Lisa Dupuy | October 3, 2009
From my vantage point, I can see no fewer than 23 television screens. There are 11 smiling employees in sight and about 70 chattering, laughing diners happily munching on chicken wings and variations thereof. This place has been open only a week, and already it’s a tightly run, wildly popular lunch spot. Maybe it’s because this Buffalo Wild Wings, while one of only four in California, is part of a huge national chain with a reputation for fun. I understand there are a few key things that people love about this restaurant.
BUSINESS
By Joyce Rudolph | September 22, 2009
BURBANK — It pays in hot wings to be steady customers of AMC Theatre, one couple learned Monday morning. Matthew Kelsey, 34, of Santa Clarita, and his girlfriend Staci Miyagishima, 24, of North Hills, were first in line Sunday and camped out overnight in front of the new Buffalo Wild Wings location on the AMC Walkway in Downtown Burbank. The restaurant and sports bar, which was established in Ohio, is known for its Buffalo, N.Y.,-style chicken wings and 14 sauces ranging from mild, sweet, to “Blazin.
BUSINESS
June 29, 2009
Kyochon Chicken will open July 16 at the Glendale Galleria. The opening will mark the restaurant’s first mall location. Kyochon Chicken’s menu is influenced by the Korean culture. It accents their specialty wings entrees and side dishes with spicy hot, sweet and garlicky flavorings as well as using high quality canola oil. Throughout opening day, Kyochon chicken will offer free samples of its garlic soy wings, hot sweet wings, rice crispy chicken strips, spicy stir-fry chicken, soy sauce stir-fry chicken and steamed rice.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | April 20, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE — Danielle Lacharite Brown meticulously pulled the fragile wings off unusable collector’s butterflies with fine tweezers and glued the wings onto a bra, creating an organized color pattern and shape. Lacharite Brown, who works for the Natural History Museum, entered the bra design into this year’s Bras for a Cause, an annual event where local organizations submit decorative bras, which are auctioned off to the highest bidder. Lacharite Brown’s bra paid tribute to the Natural History Museum’s Pavilion of Wings exhibit, which allows visitors to walk through rooms full of butterflies.
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