Archive for November, 2009

Toluca Lake

Toluca Lake

Tom LaBonge News Fulfilling his promise to bring government to the people, Councilmember LaBonge hosted his 12th Community Congress in eight years on Wednesday night. The gathering featured City Attorney Carmen Trutanich, who took office in July and LAPD Captain Bea Girmala, commanding officer of the Hollywood Division. About 75 people attended the four-hour meeting. […]

Burbank

The Polar Express Pajama Party Kids, get into your winter pj’s and snuggle up with your pillows for a reading of “The Polar Express” and other holiday stories, followed by cookies and hot chocolate! Barnes & Noble at the Burbank Town Center is located at 731 N San Fernando Blvd. Contact the store at (818) […]

Glendale

“Tis the Season” Holiday Music of Ukraine and Lithuania with Doctors Symphony at Alex Theatre The Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra accompanies The Ukrainian National Choir, “Kobzar,” of Los Angeles and the Lithuanian Choir of Saint Casimir in a concert of music for the holiday season at the Alex Theatre on Sunday, December 13 at […]

North Hollywood

North Hollywood Regional Library FREE Community Events Thursday, December 3: Enjoy the holiday classic “Meet Me in St. Louis” starring Judy Garland on at 2 pm. FREE admission and FREE popcorn. Saturday, December 5: Based on the bestselling book by Khaled Hosseini, “The Kite Runner” will screen at 2 pm. FREE admission. Sunday, December 6: […]

Super Chargers Dump Broncos

Super Chargers Dump Broncos

What was supposed to be a tight AFC West game at Invesco Field at Mile High became a blowout for San Diego. Identical 6-3 records coming in were the only thing that Denver and the Chargers shared. Everything else was one-sided in favor of the visitors, who steam-rolled over and past the Broncos, 32-3, last […]

Knights Slay Gladiators

There was extra incentive for running back Dietrich Riley on the St. Francis High sideline last Friday night at Friedman Field. Just before kickoff of the Golden Knights’ CIF Southern Section Western Division opening-round playoff game with Gahr, UCLA Head Coach Rick Neuheisel made himself visible, and had to be impressed as Riley finished with […]

NFL Report

Big decisions are made in every NFL contest. But the two that occurred in Week 10 will be talked about for a long time. The first decision, by New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, came with 2 minutes 8 seconds to play in a game at Indianapolis. New England, leading 34-28, faced a fourth-and-2 from […]

11-25-09

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Pasadena Playhouse

Pasadena Playhouse

By Bill White If the rollicking “Baby It’s You!” is an indication, get ready for another season of standing-ovation plays at the Pasadena Playhouse in 2010. First, two words about “Baby It’s You!,” See it! It is a joyful musical which adroitly mixes love and ambition with the lyrics of memorable hits, including “Soldier Boy,” […]

Universal Studios Hollywood President and COO Larry Kurzweil to be Honored with William Shatner Humanitarian Award By Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of L.A.

Universal Studios Hollywood President and COO Larry Kurzweil to be Honored with William Shatner Humanitarian Award By Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of L.A.

Larry Kurzweil, President and Chief Operating officer at Universal Studios Hollywood, will receive the William Shatner Humanitarian Award from the Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles at the group’s annual “250 Dinner” benefiting the Foundation for Camp Straus, on Thursday, November 19. “Camp Max Straus has developed a program that takes kids out […]