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Two of Glendale’s prominent arts and entertainment venues — the Alex and Antaeus Theatres — canceled cultural performances throughout the month of March. All Glendale city-sponsored events have also been canceled for the month.
As PR firm president Dianne McKay was introducing herself to the president of HBO sports, a male commentator — who happened to be a pro boxer — kicked out her knee from behind. As she was falling forward, he grabbed her by her breasts. It was one instance of gender bias in the entertainment industry related during a panel discussion at Glendale’s second annual International Women’s Day Summit.
On June 14, an event called “CicLAvia Glendale Meets Atwater Village” will take over a series of commercial corridors linking Glendale and Los Angeles to promote sustainable modes of transit and an opportunity to interact with urban environments in a new way.
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  1. Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a pair of men suspected of committing a distraction burglary of the home of an 88-year-old woman in Glendale on Sept. 13.
  2. Spectrum, Comcast and Cox offer free internet for eligible K-12 and college students throughout the United States. They also join other internet providers in waiving fees for those taking a financial hit because of coronavirus closures.
  3. A Clark Magnet High School teacher may have to register as a sex offender and have his teaching credential revoked if he’s found guilty of inappropriately taking alleged voyeuristic photographs of female students.
  4. Glendale’s number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus jumped to 29 on Thursday, more than doubling over 48 hours. Cases across L.A. County surged since Wednesday, with at least 1,465 confirmed cases in the county.