Archive for January, 2010

The Book of Eli

The Book of Eli Runtime: 117 Minutes Not for Children This is a dark, unforgiving parable set in the future. Eli (Denzel Washington) is traveling on foot through a war-ravaged American desert carrying and protecting a book he feels can save mankind. He runs into a tyrant, Carnegie (Gary Oldman), who runs a small town […]

A Tropical Treat at the Macha Theatre

A Tropical Treat at the Macha Theatre

“Naked in the Tropics” is a fable steeped in gaiety (literally and figuratively), in the very best sense of the term, a narrative allegory, with a moral tagged on, in the form of music, drama and comedy. Written, directed and produced by Odalys Nanin, the play is a hybrid of sharp, witty comic appeal, combined […]

01-27-10

01-27-10

Glendale AARP Mature Driving Class at Glendale Memorial Hospital Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center is proud to host “AARP Mature Driving Class.” Classes consist of two days of 4 hours each day and is $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members. The classes are held on the second and third Monday of the […]

Colts and Saints Advance

Colts and Saints Advance

When it mattered most this past Sunday, Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning was at his best, and so was New Orleans kicker Garrett Hartley. Trailing by 11 points in the second quarter to the New York Jets at Lucas Oil Stadium, Manning fashioned an 80-yard, four-play scoring drive, culminating in a 16-yard scoring pass to wide […]

Rivalries to Be Savored

Whether it’s Duke and North Carolina or USC and UCLA, basketball rivalries are the stuff of legend, even at the high school level. Last Friday night, Glendale High traveled to Hoover for a boys’ and girls’ Pacific League matches, and each school had a win. On the boys’ side, Hoover rode a wave as three […]

NFL Report

This year’s Super Bowl on February 7 will be the 10th time the game will be played in Miami, the most of any other site. The first two Super Bowls, played in South Florida, were in 1968 and 1969. Here’s a look at the results of previous Super Bowls played in Miami: Jan. 14, 1968: […]

01-27-10

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Cal Pet Crematory Helps Pet Owners Honor the Passing of Beloved Companions

Cal Pet Crematory Helps Pet Owners Honor the Passing of Beloved Companions

Life without our furry, little (or big) companions is difficult to imagine. As they effortlessly assume roles such as protector, provider and loyal friend, they become a special part of the family. Therefore, the passing of such an integral member of the family should be handled with nothing less than a tremendous amount of love, […]

Andy Williams to be Honored by  Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters

Andy Williams to be Honored by Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters

“Moon River” will course down Ventura Boulevard when the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters honor legendary entertainer Andy Williams at a luncheon on Friday, January 22 at the Sportsmans Lodge in Studio City. In his seven decades of entertaining the public, Williams, known for his recording of “Moon River,” has earned 18 gold and three platinum certified […]

Support Disaster Relief in Haiti

Support Disaster Relief in Haiti

On January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Join recovery efforts mobilizing around the world to assist earthquake victims. Your donation will help disaster victims rebuild their lives and their communities. Free Google Voice Calls to Haiti To help U.S. families reach relatives in Haiti, for the next two weeks, Google Voice is […]