Archive for October, 2009

Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children

Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children

Auxiliary for Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children will hold the annual “Forget Me Not“ benefit luncheon to celebrate the Center’s 25th Anniversary on Saturday, November 7 at the Wilshire Country Club. The day will begin at 11am with a reception and silent auction followed by a luncheon at 12:30pm. Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey, […]

“Exit Strategy” Salutes Seniors

“Exit Strategy” Salutes Seniors

An entertaining, thoughtful production of what it means to grow older and find life choices diminishing, “Exit Strategy” features outstanding acting and fine production work as it blends serious discussion and humorous situations revolving around three seniors. Hotel residents James (James B. Sikking) and Mae (Debra Mooney) discover that the facility will be closed in […]

Southland’s Holiday Headquarters

Southland’s Holiday Headquarters

At the El Capitan Theatre and Disney’s Soda Fountain and Studio Store Starting November 6, Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre offers the perfect holiday entertainment package for moviegoers of all ages. First, see an all-new live stage show “Disney’s Holiday Spectacular,” then enjoy “Disney’s A Christmas Carol,” a multi-sensory thrill ride re-envisioned by Academy AwardÒ-winning […]

Toluca Lake

Toluca Lake

Tom LaBonge News Councilmember LaBonge is proud to dedicate the beautiful new track and field at his alma mater, John Marshall High School today. The dedication ceremony begins at 5 p.m., just before the Barristers face the Lincoln High School Tigers in the Homecoming football game at 6 p.m. The Marshall track was short when […]

Burbank

Charting the Canyon: Photographs by Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe The Grand Canyon—natural wonder, sacred ground, national park, international tourist attraction—is perhaps the world’s best “photo op.” Vivid colors, breathtaking vistas and jaw dropping canyon depths have lured photographers to Northern Arizona for years. A new exhibition, Charting the Canyon: Photographs by Mark Klett & […]

La CaÑada

Japanese Garden Festival at Descanso Gardens on Nov. 7 and 8 Descanso celebrates Japanese arts, crafts and culture with a weekend of activities for the whole family. Events include: an Ikebana display from Kaz Kitajama of the Sogetsu School of Ikebana (both days), a chrysanthemum show and sale (both days) and a taiko drum performance […]

North Hollywood

North Hollywood Regional Library Events! Get in the Halloween spirit with an all-day Horror Movie Marathon at the North Hollywood Library on October 31 from 11am-5:30pm. The chilling lineup features “The Mummy” with Boris Karloff; “Frankenstein” with Karloff; Hitchcock’s “Psycho” and “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein.” Free admission and refreshments. The Friends of the North […]

USC Has Too Many Weapons

USC Has Too Many Weapons

When it comes to USC football, it’s always about an abundance of talent and weapons. Whether it’s quarterback Matt Barkley, running backs Joe McKnight and Allen Bradford, wide receivers Damian Williams and Ronald Johnson, tight end Anthony McCoy, safety Taylor Mays, or linebacker Chris Galippo, all were showcased last Saturday evening at the Memorial Coliseum […]

Colman Leads Bulldogs’ Charge

High School Football Don’t look now, but Burbank High’s football team and Burroughs are on a collision course, with the winner determining the Pacific League champion on Nov. 13. That’s still to come, but the Bulldogs made easy work of Hoover last Friday night at Moyse Field, posting a 48-13 victory, with quarterback Adam Colman […]

NFL Report

As the NFL season nears the halfway point for most teams, what are some of the things that we have learned? Never count out any team. Denver was picked to go nowhere before the season, and now they’re 6-0. For that matter, don’t count out a young coach either. Josh McDaniels, 33, is the fourth […]