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During a program titled “New Adventures,” the orchestra will play part of a 2015 “Star Wars” score by noted film composer John Williams — along with compositions by 19th century classical heavyweights Verdi and Dvorak.
Horrors, like the Holocaust carried out by Nazi Germany, “don’t happen here,” idealistic German Jewish patriarch Erich tells his daughter in Antaeus Theatre’s new production, “Eight Nights.” According to the play’s scribe,“The crazy thing is, it is happening here.”
The third annual “EmpowHER” female leadership event brought out some 75 women and a smattering of men filling the auditorium of the Glendale Central Library.
The Alex Theatre in Glendale will remain under control of the same nonprofit that’s overseen significant renovations and expanded operations over the years — but with a mandate to move toward a more self-sufficient business model.
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  1. Glendale landlords will soon have to offer their tenants a one-year lease and pony up relocation fees if the rent is hiked more than 7% and the tenant opts to leave, punctuating a years-long discussion by city officials about how to prevent rising local rents from displacing residents.
  2. During a program titled “New Adventures,” the orchestra will play part of a 2015 “Star Wars” score by noted film composer John Williams — along with compositions by 19th century classical heavyweights Verdi and Dvorak.
  3. With temperatures reaching the mid-90s in Glendale last weekend, authorities conducted two separate rescues of dogs that became overheated on the city’s hiking trails.
  4. Glendale officials unveiled a comprehensive sidewalk vending ordinance last Tuesday, detailing how sellers of hot dogs, light-up hats and other goods can lawfully do business in the city. It is poised to be adopted on Nov. 19.
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