October 14, 2002
Karen S. Kim Jumping into cyber space could be getting a whole lot more difficult for local children and young adults who are used to playing online games with their friends at Internet cafes. The City Council will consider Tuesday amending Glendale's code to require that future cyber-cafe businesses be regulated and licensed like arcades. The amendment aims to impose much stricter zoning standards on cyber cafes, which have become attractive sites for criminal activity, according to police.
October 10, 2002
Commentary deserves to be printed again In response to the Oct. 4 Community Commentary by Frederic Fan on rent control: It deserves a reprint to justify a serious Glendale City Council decision for the economically reputable future of Glendale! Keep up the informative query. PRICE MCNAIR Glendale Those loud boom boxes simply have to be banned Today I am writing to the Forum in regard to those boom boxes that we all may have heard in our city and neighborhoods.
August 2, 2000
Humor for younger ones Ronnie Insalaco, 13, of Glendale is an eighth-grader at St. Bede The Venerable school in La Canada Flintridge. Eddie Murphy did great playing six different characters in the Klump family. His masculine roles and feminine roles were very well diguised. From the start, the movie had me and the audience laughing. At times,the laughter was intense. However, the middle and ending were a bit slower. Perhaps the jokes could have been more spaced throughout the movie.
May 29, 2000
Alecia Foster GLENDALE -- As Linda Maxwell sat with a group of young adults, offering advice on an event they were planning, she took a second to recognize another young man walking by. "How are you?" she asked him. The two chatted for a few moments, then said their goodbyes. "I love you!" she called out as he walked away, sounding like a mother sending her child off to school for the first time. Her concern for Glendale's young people is genuine.