Archive for February, 2011

A Show of ‘Brotherly Love’ at the Little Theater

A Show of ‘Brotherly Love’ at the Little Theater

The urban definition of “Eskimo brothers” is two guys having sex with the same girl. Vincent and Joseph, the lead actors in Eskimo Brothers share this, and so much more, as they explore life’s constant challenges, setbacks and their own lifelong bond as childhood buddies and now roommates. As Zach Lupetin, director and writer, shared […]

Rain Wilson: A “True Warrior Artist/Writer”

Rain Wilson: A “True Warrior Artist/Writer”

Rain Denise Wilson, artist/ writer of The Last Torn Page at the Whitefire Theatre, states in the playbill’s intro, “As a writer I hope to reach beyond the point where I have run out of words, into a divine space where I am able to feel the vibration of light inside my pen as God […]

The Classic Oedipus Gets a Vibrant Translation

The Classic Oedipus Gets a Vibrant Translation

By Debbie Kagy The Porters of Hellsgate present the world premiere of a new translation by Jamey Hecht, Ph.D., of the famous Greek tragedy, Sophocles’s Oedipus the Tyrant. This production combines modern dance with stylized acting to keep the viewer’s eyes and ears intrigued on what happens next. King Oedipus (Charles Pasternak), desperate to free […]

02-23-11

02-23-11

TOLUCA LAKE Tom LaBonge News New Traffic Signal Please join Councilmember Tom LaBonge and community members as we officially activate the new traffic signal at the intersection of Talofa Avenue & Riverside Drive in Toluca Lake. The event will take place on Wednesday, February 23, at 12:30 p.m. BURBANK Compost Recycling Workshops Burbank residents are […]

Another Turbo Model That Previews the Future

Another Turbo Model That Previews the Future

The new Sonata is already a pretty big success for Hyundai. The rakish mid-size sedan shows not only the new styling direction of the brand, but their increased confidence in being able to go up against the leading models in any segment. One of the best compliments I’ve heard about the Sonata – from more […]

Remember the Days of the Radio Serials?

By Don Potter I grew up listening to lots of radio shows, as did most pre-boomers. Around dinnertime there was Captain Midnight and Jack Armstrong the All-American Boy, plus many other adventure series throughout the early evening. Around eight o’clock the comedies like Fibber Magee & Molly and The Life of Reilly came on. At […]

Mr. Big

St. Louis has the best and most-loyal fans in baseball. When the Cardinals are home, practically every seat in Busch Stadium is occupied, and nearly all are wearing red. In other big-league cities, the fans boo when their team isn’t playing well. In St. Louis, even when their beloved Red Birds are struggling, they still […]

Prep and Renaissance Advance

Flintridge Prep, Renaissance Academy and St. Francis High all played CIF Southern Section second-round playoff games last Friday, but only the Rebels and Wildcats advanced. After a tepid start, Prep performed at a break-neck pace in the second half of its Division V-AA encounter with host Whitney, and won, 75-46, while visiting Renaissance met little […]

02-23-11

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Demonstrating the Maranatha Difference

Demonstrating the Maranatha Difference

Maranatha High School, a college preparatory Christian high school, congratulates three students for advancing to Finalist standing in the 2011 National Merit Scholarship Program. Maranatha seniors Nathaniel Hsieh, Michelle Hsu and Peter Orme (shown on the cover) are among an elite group of fewer than 16,000 high school students from across the nation, each having […]