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Group seeks signatures to separate Sagebrush area from Glendale Unified

Residents of La Cañada's western "Sagebrush" area, who've been working for years to secure a transfer of homes from Glendale Unified School District's jurisdiction to La Cañada Unified's, are taking their mission to the streets. On Saturday, a group of 20 assembled at the home of Sagebrush resident...


Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart polo falls in league semifinals

GIRLS’ WATER POLOHarvard-Westlake 8, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 1: The Tologs lost in the Mission League Tournament semifinals on Wednesday afternoon against the top-seeded Wolverines. FSHA is 18-9, 4-4 in league and will face Alemany in the league's third-place game at 4 p.m.GIRLS’ BASKETBALLGlendale...


Art Review: Offramp Gallery holds closing exhibition reception


  • Letter: Denial of building paint job makes him laugh

    Letter: Denial of building paint job makes him laugh

    As I get older if find the strangest things make me laugh out loud. My latest encounter was reading that Roger Kiesel, a case planner for the city, and Community Development Director Philip Lanzafame had decided against allowing Pacific BMW to paint the front of their facility on Brand Boulevard...

  • Guest Commentary: Documentary captures Jewel City's gleam

    Have you ever wondered about all of the vintage buildings and homes in Glendale and how it is that amid the progressive growth of the city, there still remain so many beautiful structures, businesses and people? A documentary entitled "Vintage Glorious Glendale" is in movie theaters and encompasses...

  • Letter: Scalia, others miss an important point

    Justice Scalia and the other opinions given in the In Theory articles are missing a very important point. I believe God is our conscience and he speaks to us every day, telling us right from wrong. He does not necessarily have anything to do with religion. Some religions are very corrupt and they...

  • Letter: Kazaz exhibition was a success

    Earlier this month, there was a successful art exhibition at the Consulate of the Republic of Armenia, in Glendale, presenting the works of the famous artist Emil Kazaz. The opening night was by invitation only and the rooms were crowded. You had to sneak in between people to try to see all his...