Archive for November, 2010

The Auto Industry is Back

The Auto Industry is Back

If there’s a way to get a feel for how the automobile industry is doing, the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show is pretty good at summing things up. First on the schedule for major shows in North America, the L.A. event has become a way to sort of take the temperature of the car business. […]

Two Giants

It will be a dark day in the NFL when quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning turn in their helmets and shoulder pads. That’s because these two titans have combined to win four Super Bowls in six tries, and are still the premier signal-callers. When these gunslingers met last Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium, each […]

Yanez Paces Tribe, 41-21

Under the guidance of quarterback Lucas Yanez, the Burroughs High football team is in steady hands, and in the biggest game this season, he accounted for two rushing touchdowns and three through the air, pacing the Indians to their first postseason victory in 23 years. Burroughs raced to a three-touchdown advantage in the opening quarter […]

11-24-10

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The Village at NorthRidge Helps Families Tackle a Complex Topic

The Village at NorthRidge Helps Families Tackle a Complex Topic

As families gather this holiday season, senior housing experts at The Village at NorthRidge encourage seniors to have an honest, open discussion about their well-being and future care needs. Communicating with adult children about retirement living and future care choices could be the greatest gift seniors give them – and themselves. According to Mike Soto, […]

The Family That Works Together

There are many advantages to being a family owned and operated business. Three generations of our family are involved in operating Handy Market, which means that our tradition of quality, value and nutritional integrity are never taken lightly. Large commercial operations just can’t duplicate our homemade quality! Designated Valley Headquarters We stock all sizes of […]

A Dog-Gone Fun Evening

A Dog-Gone Fun Evening

Recently I was invited to Dee’s Flowers and Gifts in Studio City for their Annual Open House. I was delightfully surprised when I arrived to learn they were celebrating 65 years in the Valley. Walking into the store was like walking into a Christmas Wonderland. The store is loaded with hundred of decorations and unusual […]

The Psychic World of Kenny Kingston

Dear Kenny: I have been in such turmoil and feel you and the spirits can answer the question for me in, pardon the expression and you’ll see why, the “right fashion.” I am a designer of women’s clothing (primarily dresses). I really want to go to New York to have it as my base of […]

America’s Thanksgiving

Yes, last week my column was devoted to Thanksgiving and why it is so important to practice the true meaning of the day. No, I’m not senile (yet), I haven’t forgotten that I wrote that piece, but I think that America’s Thanksgiving is such an important holiday for us that it is certainly worthy of […]

Making a Fashion Statement With Old Hollywood Glamour

Making a Fashion Statement With Old Hollywood Glamour

During the recent whirlwind of L.A. Fashion Week shows I met a lady who seemed to be a Fairy Godmother who is hell-bent on transforming ordinary Cinderellas into glamorous Hollywood icons. When fashion designer Sue Wong presented her Spring 2011 collection she hosted a “Glamour Goddess” themed party. The ultra-artistic and creative Wong didn’t do […]