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When was the last time you sent a thank-you note, not an e-card, but an honest-to-goodness, cursive-written expression of gratitude?
November is the month for jazz concerts. Chris Rios is the director of the Latin jazz ensemble and jazz combo that will take the stage on Nov. 21 in Glendale Community College’s auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The groups perform traditional jazz and Latin jazz repertoire. Admission is free.
“Shokrian should be arrested for elder abuse and put in jail until both elevators are working up to code,” writes Jim Kussman. New house resolution on Armenian Genocide draws praise from Glendale woman.
There is a street in Burbank, maybe the shortest one in town, that connects Pass Avenue to Hollywood Way. On that street is a house where my family lived for seven and a half years, from April 1969 until the fall of 1976.
Glendale Unified officials are considering a bond or parcel tax measure to raise funds for local schools. Letter writers this week have other ideas.
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  1. 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.
  2. An ex-branch manager for a Wells Fargo in Glendale said he helped scammers in a $14-million money laundering scheme.
  3. Cerritos Elementary will become a computer magnet school at the beginning of next school year, making it the fourth magnet school in the Glendale Unified School District.
  4. The Caesura Youth Orchestra, a Glendale Unified after-school program dedicated to underserved students, is hosting a fundraising concert on Sunday.