Archive for June, 2012
There’s a new type of western on the airwaves called Longmire. Although it is set in today’s world, it harkens back to a time when a lawman had “decency, honesty and was willing to carry his load and help other people carry theirs. That’s what I really like about this guy,” says Australian actor Robert […]
In the year 2000, Ford rolled out an all-new compact sport utility as a sign of things to come. Some people in the car buying public were less than thrilled with the idea of Ford’s other SUV offerings, namely the wildly popular (at the time) Explorer and Expedition. While handy, they were too large and […]
The schedule for the grand celebration of the new KCET was simple: gather at The Pointe, the glorious new media-friendly building inBurbank; tour the production facilities; enjoy the diverse cuisine created by Chef Joachim Splichal; and learn about all the programs that have made Channel 28 an important destination for viewers inSouthern California. All that […]
There’s simply no getting around the Dodgers’ rich and glorious past that includes six World Series titles, 18 Fall Classic appearances, and an extensive list of baseball’s greatest players such as Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Roy Campanella, Pee Wee Reese, Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale, who have donned that classic uniform. On the other hand, […]
The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association’s (GLAZA) 42nd Annual Beastly Ball took place on Saturday, June 16, under the stars at the Los Angeles Zoo. The Honorable Richard J. Riordan, former Los Angeles Mayor, and actress Sarah Michelle Gellar, the Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award recipient, were honored at the event, known as “one of L.A.’s […]
The New York Yankees have taken control of the AL East, and they don’t look like they want to let go of it anytime soon
Since a 21-21 record and last-place standing in the division on May 21, the Yankees won 23 of 30 games, including a 17-5 mark in their first 22 games in June. After Monday’s 7-1 win over Cleveland, the Yankees were 44-28, three games in front ofBaltimorein the AL East. The Yankees are living up to […]
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SHERMANOAKS Le Pet Affair Adoption Events This is a big pet adoption event with over 130 adorable dogs, cats, and other animals available for adoption from many different rescue groups and animal shelters. The event is always on the second Sunday of each month! Van Nuys/ShermanOaksRecreationCenter 14201 Huston St. (Corner of Huston and Hazeltine) Sunday, […]
(ARA) – In today’s competitive job market, employers can receive literally hundreds of responses to a posted job. A resume often creates the first impression a prospective employer will form about each candidate – and that first impression forms quickly. According to Business Insider, a career website, research shows “recruiters spend about six seconds before […]