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Handel apologizes again for remarks

KFI-AM (640) radio talk show host Bill Handel issued another on-air apology for remarks made during a May 13 broadcast in which he and other producers suggested authorities “get rid of” Armenians, particularly in Glendale, in order to alleviate an over-burdened health-care system.

During the course of the banter, the show’s board operator, Lara Hermanson, said, “What the Turks started, Bill will finish.” Hermanson and Handel issued apologies during the morning broadcast Friday. Handel also reaffirmed his support for official recognition of the Armenian Genocide.



Float association to host dinner

The Glendale Rose Float Assn. will host a fundraising dinner tonight, with the proceeds helping to decorate the city of Glendale’s float in the 2010 Pasadena Rose Parade.

The “Princess Dinner” will be prepared by award-winning chef Jerry Salthouse and is a re-creation of a dinner Salthouse prepared for Princess Grace of Monaco in 1971.

The cost of the dinner is $125 per person. The dinner will be at the Glendale Elks Lodge and begins at 6 p.m.


Reservations are required. To make a reservation, call (626) 796-7437. For more information, see www.Glendale