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Rocket Research Institute, founded in Glendale, celebrates 75 years

When the Glendale Rocket Society was founded by students at Clark Junior High— the current site of Crescenta Valley High — the Battle of Stalingrad during World War II had just commenced and Dwight D. Eisenhower had not yet taken command of the Allied Forces in Europe. The organization’s leader,...

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Crescenta Valley girls' basketball outlasts Burroughs in OT

Crescenta Valley girls' basketball outlasts Burroughs in OT

BURBANK — With two key players missing because of illness and three players fouled out, the Crescenta Valley High girls’ basketball team was looking for a spark. It found that in Georgina Kregorian. Playing against Burroughs on Friday in Pacific League action, the Falcons squandered an 11-point...

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LCF Library spices things up for the Indian-food curious in cooking demo
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LCF Library spices things up for the Indian-food curious in cooking demo

Anyone who’s marveled at the complexity of Indian curry — or wondered how to recreate the flavor profile of Pakistani kabobs in their own kitchens — won’t want to miss a cooking demonstration coming Saturday to the La Cañada Flintridge Library. Woodland Hills chef Farhana Sahibzada, culinary instructor...

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  • Thinking alternatives to Grayson

    Recently, Glendale laudably adopted a unanimous resolution in support of the United Nations’ Paris Agreement by joining the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda, agreeing to take local action on climate change. Glendale’s leadership is part of a broader wave of renewed leadership on climate change...

  • Cheers for Holiday Trolley, jeers for Glendale sign on Foothill Boulevard

    Cheers for Holiday Trolley, jeers for Glendale sign on Foothill Boulevard

    The first time my wife and I rode the Glendale Holiday Trolley, it was to accompany our grandson who loves anything on rails. We immediately realized how pleasant it was to park well north of the 134 Freeway and ride into downtown, listening to Christmas carols, avoiding the search for a parking...

  • It’s about time

    In June, state Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon set up a subcommittee of the Assembly Rules Committee to review our harassment policy and assigned me as chair. At the time, I didn’t think much of it. In my mind, the subcommittee was going to be a quiet, routine, review of our current policies and...

  • City officials seem to be addicted to development

    The Glendale News-Press recently ran a “Glendale’s Best” survey to determine the opinion of Glendale residents on a wide-ranging list of businesses. Why not run a survey to find out how many Glendalians want more apartments built in the downtown area? I don’t have a very large social circle but...

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