Archive for September, 2012

Dr. Cory Rabonza: Top Cosmetic Dentist

Dr. Cory Rabonza: Top Cosmetic Dentist

By Ken Laba On any given day, there’s a likelihood you’ll hear, “Do you have the name of a good doctor?” Yes, our search for the most proven, experienced, and capable person for the job is never-ending. With so many options out there, we should educate ourselves. Now, I am going to share with you […]

Life Isn’t Equal

The egalitarian Leftists are always concerned with trying to make everybody equal. Equal pay, equal housing, equal education, equal rights, equal healthcare, equal underpants, whatever. The problem with this utopian ideal is that people are born inherently UNequal. Some people are naturally good-looking, some are plain, and some are pug-ugly. Some people are naturally intelligent, […]

Purveyors of Unfulfilled Dreams

We have been re-reading a fascinating book, A Deadly Game by Catherine Crier, about a true sociopath. The Scott Peterson story is a number one New York Times bestseller. We became so fascinated with sociopaths while reading this story, since so many young girls are looking for “Mr. Right” in all the wrong places. We […]

Finding Nemo 3D

Finding Nemo 3D

Until Oct 1 at the El Capitan Theatre Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre welcomes the return of the Academy Award® winning film Finding Nemo, shown for the first time ever in thrilling Disney Digital 3D™ through Oct. 1. Plus, after the movie, guests will experience an interactive exhibit from Aquarium of the Pacific featuring an […]

Burbank’s Top Plastic Surgeon Celebrates the Closing of His Practice After 30 Years

Burbank, Calif.– Multi award-winning plastic surgeon Dr. Stephen C. McNeese will host a “Rock ‘N’ Roll Wrap Party” to celebrate the closing of his Burbankpractice after 30 successful years.  Dr. McNeese has planned a major send-off that will feature the rock group “Mrs. Robinson.” The group has been on stage with some of rock’s major […]

Columbian Born Artist to Debut at An Open Invitation’s Petit Gallery

Columbian Born Artist to Debut at An Open Invitation’s Petit Gallery

Esperanza Gallego was born in Colombia S.A. It was there that she first picked up a paintbrush and taught herself to paint. The beautiful views of the country’s mountainous region are what first inspired her paintings. The emerald green of its mountains, the rainbow of fruits, flowers, and vegetation have been on many occasions the […]

It’s Time to Give Back to Los Angeles Valley College

It’s Time to Give Back to Los Angeles Valley College

By Raul Castillo, Class of 1988 I find it surprising that many folks don’t think about Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) the way they do about CSUN, UCLA, or USC with annual donations or membership to the alumni association. After all, LAVC is where many of us began our college education. The quality of the […]

Working for Working Americans

For nearly 16 years I have been fighting for working families in the Valley. I have worked to bring jobs to our community, and to make sure that those who already have jobs receive all the healthcare and benefits to which they are entitled – but there is much work yet to be done. I […]

Ask The Expert

Hello Robert, I have DE, diatomaceous earth in the bottom of my pool. I’ve checked the filter grids and the valves. I have resealed everything and so far nothing is helping. Can you offer any suggestions? Sincerely, Clint M. Hi Clint, Inside the filer itself is a manifold. Sometimes it looks fine when you see […]

Why a Computer for Seniors?

Why a Computer for Seniors?

Technology today has become so pervasive that most of us take it for granted. There are a large number of seniors that have never had the opportunity to gain computer skills. The concept of windows, drop-down menus, and task bars may be simple for experienced users, but rarely do we stop to think how confusing […]