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  1. Glendale's Vazquez, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy lead way at Staub/BarnesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | Glendale News-Press

    Victories were at premium for the majority of the local cross-country competitors at the 48th annual Staub/Barnes Invitational held Saturday morning at Crescenta Valley Park. Then again, there were some competitors like Glendale High's Paulo Vazquez and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's squad who thrived on the dusty La Crescenta course.


  2. Crescenta Valley water polo staves off La SernaRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 29 | Glendale News-Press

    The Crescenta Valley High boys' water polo team's nonleague schedule has been stacked with respected and talented opponents. Four games into the season, the Falcons defeated El Segundo, currently the third-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division IV.


  3. Brown vetoes carpool access billRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 29 | Glendale News-Press

    A bill that would have expanded access to carpool lanes along the Ventura Freeway through Glendale and other neighboring cities during off-peak hours was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday. Drafted by Assemblyman Mike Gatto , AB 210 aimed to free up the carpool lanes along the Ventura Freeway between North Hollywood and Pasadena as well as the Foothill Freeway between Pasadena and Glendora.


  4. Gov. Brown vetoes opening carpool lanes on two L.A. freeways during off-peak hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 28 | Glendale News-Press

    Acting on a spate of bills affecting California motorists, Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a measure Monday that would have opened carpool lanes on two major Los Angeles County freeways to wider use during off-peak hours, the Los Angeles Times reports . The bill would have allowed all motorists, outside of commuting hours, to use carpool lanes on the 134 Freeway from North Hollywood to Pasadena, and on the 210 Freeway from Pasadena to Glendora.


  5. Crescenta Valley boys' water polo rolls to nonleague win at Pasadena PolyRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 24 | Glendale News-Press

    It was a game that had to be played and so the Crescenta Valley High boys' water polo team certainly took advantage of the situation. A once lively and challenging nonleague rivalry with Pasadena Poly that produced quite a few thrillers over the years lacked the same sort of oomph as the Falcons emptied their bench and lit up the scoreboard in a 19-7 victory Thursday afternoon in Pasadena.


  6. Artist explores the chaos and humanity of wild menRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 21 | Glendale News-Press

    If you missed the recent retrospective devoted to longtime Altadena artist Mark Steven Greenfield, you're not alone. The California African American Museum seems to operate with all the visibility of a government stealth operation.


  7. Mile-long median along Foothill Boulevard in the worksRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 17 | Glendale News-Press

    A 1-mile stretch of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta is poised for a new median in an aim to beautify a commercial stretch of the community. Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich's office recently announced it would allocate $1 million to fund the project that would span Foothill between Pennsylvania and Briggs avenues.


  8. St. Monica Academy hopes to find old success in new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 16 | Glendale News-Press

    Maybe no regional high school athletics program has had to deal with so much fluidity, movement and change as has St. Monica Academy. The Roman Catholic non-diocesan school that opened its doors in 2001 and founded a high school in 2002 in Pasadena has a new address this fall.


  9. An East L.A. tale informed by a shocking Greek tragedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 14 | Glendale News-Press

    When Theatre @ Boston Court's production of Luis Alfaro's "Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles," opened this week at the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades, it marked the first time that the respected Pasadena-based theater company has presented a full production of a play that won't run on its own stage. This premiere production of Alfaro's newly adapted contemporary take on the Euripides classic isn't the only indication that Boston Court is breaking new ground by extending its reach: The company sent three of its productions to New York this year, another first.


  10. Modern ceramic pieces put their counterparts in reliefRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 9 | Glendale News-Press

    Curving "psychedelic" forms, motifs of peace and war, thousands of glazed porcelain leaves, a 5-foot-tall sculpture traced with gold and shaped with eggshell delicacy: Thought-provoking, beautiful, sometimes disturbing, and often unexpected, these objects and many more offer visual commentaries on societal change, politics, consumerism, personal story and aesthetic perspective in "Reshaping Tradition: Contemporary Ceramics from East Asia," a major survey exhibition opening at the USC Pacific Asia Museum on Sept.


  11. Glendale ponders having larger councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    City of Glendale city council, left to right, Vartan Gharpetian, mayor Ara Najarian, Laura Friedman, Zareh Sinanyan and Paula Devine, stand with Glendale library director Cindy Cleary, far right, and book characters during the Glendale Central Library renovation groundbreaking ceremony at the library in Glendale on Thursday, July 16, 2015. city officials are looking into expanding the City Council to seven at-large members and moving municipal elections to November.


  12. Local firefighters join in effort to quell Rocky fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    It was around 5 a.m. one morning late last month when Eric Rowley got the call he was least expecting. He quickly packed his toothbrush, phone charger and enough clothes and underwear to last three weeks, and hit the road.


  13. Comment window coming to a close for proposed 710 Freeway extension project environmental reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    The opportunity for the public to comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact on the SR-710 North will end Wednesday, closing a five-month comment window. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority released its initial environmental review for multiple proposed 710 Freeway extension projects on March 6, offering a 90-day period for the public to comment on five alternatives put forth in the study.


  14. Dining Review: Frosty, melting goodnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    A cookie sandwich, which has two chocolate chip cookies with seasonal coconut almond fudge ice cream between them at Sprinkles Cupcakes and Ice Cream at Americana at Brand in Glendale on Thursday, July 30, 2015. You have to be prepared to eat them quickly on these hot afternoons, evident from how quickly the ice cream began to melt on this warm afternoon.


  15. Levitt Pavilion series offers a variety of concertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    One of the greatest features of Southern California living in the spring and summer seasons is the many free music festivals and series that take place all over the Southland. With enough free time, to say nothing of gasoline, a music lover can seemingly find an open-air music event every night of the week.


  16. Special Olympics flame, spirit comes to GlendaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    Police officers join athletes in escorting the Special Olympics torch on its way to the 2015 games in Los Angeles. 2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run Final Leg for Special Olympics ceremony at the Americana at Brand Nearly like clockwork, the 2015 Special Olympic Torch is handed off between a two-person law-enforcement crew at the 2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run Final Leg for Special Olympics ceremony at the Americana at Brand in Glendale on Wednesday, July 22, 2015.


  17. Theater Review: Joplin's 'triumphant return'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    "A Night With Janis Joplin," Randy Johnson's musical based on 1960s rock legend Janis Joplin, opens Wednesday at the Pasadena Playhouse, where it broke box office records in 2013 and is still the theater's highest-grossing show to date. The return engagement marks the show's first outing since a nearly six-month Broadway run at New York's Lyceum Theatre ended in February of last year.


  18. St. Monica Academy to move into new Montrose facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    Nearly 250 students of St. Monica Academy will move into the classrooms formerly occupied by students of Holy Redeemer School in Montrose, after a years-long search by St. Monica officials for a new facility. St. Monica Academy was founded in 2001 in Pasadena following an effort driven by parents.


  19. Summer camp harvests a fruitful partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    From left, Ivy Seropian, 7, of La Canada Flintridge, Millie Reich, 8, of Los Angeles, Kelly Sellman, 8, of La Canada Flintridge, Lexi Avalos, 7, of Highland Park, and Madeline Moore, 8, of Pasadena, point to the squares the seeds they planted for a vegetable garden at Descanso Gardens where a partnership with the La Caada Flintridge Children's Education Center has created "Discoveries Camp" on Tuesday, July 7, 2015. The weeklong camps let the campers enjoy several activities in the Harvest Garden where they plant vegetables, make forts, and learn how to recognize and pick ripe fruits.


  20. Firefighters knocking down brush fire south of GCCRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2015 | Glendale News-Press

    Firefighters from Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena and the county of Los Angeles are putting down a one-acre brush fire south of Glendale Community College Saturday evening, officials said. The fire, reported at about 5:30 p.m., caught in the steep hills in the area around the 1200 block of Swarthmore Drive in the College Hills area of the city, said Glendale Deputy Fire Chief Greg Fish.


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