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  • Mailbag: Griem's lost innocence

    In the In Theory column, the Rev. Bryan Griem once again preaches his brand of purity to us, and I imagine his congregation, not only for how we should worship but also, in his latest screed, how we should express our patriotism for our country. Here are a few of his choice phrases I'd like to...

  • Mailbag: Citing illegally tinted car windows will improve pedestrian and traffic safety

    The concern in Glendale for pedestrian and traffic safety presents a question: Why are so many cars allowed tinted front windows and why are the drivers of these vehicles not being cited? How is one to recognize driver distraction, be it texting or otherwise, if all is hidden behind darkened windows?...

  • Mailbag: Mayor helps ring in 100th

    On Sept. 21, our neighborhood celebrated the 100th birthday of Violet Harrington, who is de facto grandmother to all of her neighbors and friends due to her unconditional love for all of us. She was touched to receive commendation and congratulations from the mayor of the city of Glendale, Paula...

  • Mailbag: Repair money went to CalPERS

    Re: "Starbird, sons, sue city over sidewalk," Sept. 17. On Sept. 13 I came before Glendale City Council to inform the public that the former city manager, Jim Starbird, had filed a $1-million claim against the city. Starbird claims that while pushing his wife in a wheelchair "the chair hit an uplifted...


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