Archive for November, 2013

Patriots fans who left the game at halftime at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough on Sunday night probably had a few regrets when they got home

New England overcame a 24-point deficit at the break and won 34-31 over Denver on a 31-yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski in overtime. In another installment of Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning, it was Brady who got the best of it, leading his troops back with three touchdown passes and 34 points in the […]

Tripped

UCLA’s bid to play in the Pacific 12 Conference title game against Stanford was derailed by Arizona State in the Rose Bowl last Saturday before 70,131 fans as the Bruins fell behind by 22 points at the half, erupted for 20 points in the second half, and were upended, 38-33. The Sun Devils captured the […]

Dogs Primed

Hoping to surpass last season, the Burbank High boys’ basketball team has an eye on winning at least two games in the CIF Southern Section playoffs. The Bulldogs were 16-12 and 7-7 in the Pacific League for fourth place, but finished with a flourish and brushed aside Loara by 12 points in the opening round […]

11-27-13

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Francois Chouchan’s Le Salon de Musiques at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Francois Chouchan’s Le Salon de Musiques at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Before there was Betrayal, Scandal, or Downton Abbey, there was Wagner and Schoenberg. Talk about a soap opera! These gentlemen lived extremely sordid lives. Le Salon de Musiques, a monthly classical music series held on the 5th floor of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, devoted this evening to Wagner and Schoenberg. It is a sophisticated non-Angeleno […]

Her Real Estate Is Worth the Wait

Her Real Estate Is Worth the Wait

By Viollette Doloricon, Staff Writer During the Thanksgiving Holiday More Than Ever My Thoughts Turn Gratefully to Those Who Have Made My Progress and Success Possible.  Ramsey-Shilling Associates has served the Valley in real estate from the time of 1953, and Aida Poladian has been dedicated to buying and selling homes with them since 1978. […]

Toluca Lake Resident Places in USAIGC National Championships

Toluca Lake Resident Places in USAIGC National Championships

Congratulations go out to ten-year-old Toluca Lake Resident Emily Joan Collins for her success at this past summer’s USAIGC National Championships hosted in Palm Springs, Calif. This was the first time Emily entered the competition as an all-around competitor. She scored an excellent 9.275 on the Balance Beam, earning her a place in the event […]

Thanks to God

For the first time since 1918 Hanukkah and Thanksgiving coincide, which by the way won’t happen again until 2070 (save the date). All the jokes about turkeys stuffed with Hanukkah gelt and potato latkes smothered in cranberry sauce have been done to death. I won’t subject you to anymore of that here. So you can […]

Services for Joseph Gatto to be Held Monday

Services for Joseph Gatto to be Held Monday

The family of Joseph Gatto will hold a funeral for their father on Monday, Nov. 25, at 10 a.m., at Our Mother of Good Counsel Catholic Church (2060 N. Vermont Ave.) in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. A prompt arrival is suggested. Limited seating for the elderly and disabled will be roped off […]

Next Week’s One-on-One:

Coming in next week’s One-on-One Interview it’s EMILY GABEL-LUDDY, MAYOR OF BURBANK. She talks about how JFK inspired her to go into community service, why she created the Urban Design Studio, her recent trip to Incheon, Korea as a proud representative of Burbank and more!