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Jaimie Mart´in, the new music director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the resident orchestra at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, led an open rehearsal at the Alex on Saturday morning.
More than 400 women and a smattering of men attended an event in Burbank that Business Life magazine, based in Glendale, has been presenting for 30 years to honor area women.
“I knew there was an answer out there,” Stu Meyer said of trying to cure severe nerve pain naturally. The answer turned out to be CBD, which he hopes to bring to others at his recently opened CBD Comfort Zone store in Montrose.
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  1. Community members were invited to the Glendale Police Department last Saturday for the agency’s annual open house event.
  2. Fourth- and fifth-graders from Monte Vista and R.D. White elementary schools learned about conservation and power outages at Glendale Water & Power’s Utility Day.
  3. Developed at the Glendale theater, “The Abuelas” explores how an Argentinian military dictatorship that took root in the mid-1970s still has heartwrenching effects on a modern family living in the United States.
  4. An ordinance that would require most new apartment buildings in Glendale to include a certain number of affordable units is being drafted at the direction of City Council as part of a multipronged strategy to address rising rents in the area.
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