Archive for 2014

MORE News & Photos About “Good People & Summer Soirees” from Entertainment Reporter Margie Barron for The Tolucan Times Online

MORE News & Photos About “Good People & Summer Soirees” from Entertainment Reporter Margie Barron for The Tolucan Times Online

PHOTOS: The members of Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center Guild gathered for the installation of their officers. Outgoing Guild president Patricia Scully welcomed the new PSJMC Guild president Ollie Vick. Also on hand were Sister Rose Byrne, Michael Rembis, the chief executive of PSJMC, and Michael Hunn, chief executive of Providence Health & Services Southern […]

What Advice Would You Give Young People to Succeed in Life?

AND HERE ARE ANSWERS FROM VARIOUS CELEBS: “This world is a temporary place and you can have an awesome life ahead of you – so do your best to make the most of it. This world is not an easy place to exist – so stay focused, tenacious and steadfast in your endeavors. There will […]

Summer Fun – 4th An-nual LA Taco Festival Press Preview

Tacos at 7am at the historic Mariachi Plaza? Why not? When we were invited to the press preview of the Fourth Annual LA Taco Festival, we seriously thought there was a typo when it called for a 7am appearance in Boyle Heights. But no, it was a 7am event. (The real deal was the next […]

A New Kind of BMW

There are certain traits BMW models have had for many years. Sleek designs, dynamic handling, and melodious exhaust notes being just a few. Well, you can scratch some of those off that list with a new model you’re likely to see on the road soon. The 2014 BMW i3 is not sleek, and it doesn’t […]

A Fresh Look at Real Estate in Our Toluca Lake Community

A Fresh Look at Real Estate in Our Toluca Lake Community

By Jamie Ferguson “Is there really a lake in Toluca Lake?” Well, there’s a fresh team of real estate experts on Riverside Drive ready to answer that question. On the corner of Riverside and Forman, Craig Strong and his team head up the newest branch of John Aaroe Group. A project he’s been working on […]

What to Lead?

Here’s your hand as West and dummy’s which is your LHO: Auction: West North East South 1D P 1H P 1S P 2C P 2D P 2N P 3N P P P North ? AQ63 ? A ? AJT942 ? 53 West ? T852 ? QT54 ? 5 ? Q953 You lead the club 3, […]

Adam’s Letter

Adam’s Letter

Picture a person moving step by step making their way over cracked sidewalks, navigating around obstacles and avoiding hazardous issues. A piece of cake… right? Not if that person, like me, is visually impaired or blind. These are but a few of the challenges I and others affected by eye disease face every day. All […]

JO ANNE WORLEY One on One for The Tolucan Times

JO ANNE WORLEY One on One for The Tolucan Times

Only a handful of people on the planet can be recognized by just their…laugh. Actress and Comedienne JO ANNE WORLEY is one of them; she has been for decades. After being voted “School Comedienne” as a freshman in high school, the stunningly beautiful Indiana native landed a drama scholarship to Midwestern State University in Texas. […]

Cheryl Boone Isaacs Re-Elected Academy President

Cheryl Boone Isaacs Re-Elected Academy President

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – Cheryl Boone Isaacs was re-elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Tuesday night (August 5th) by the organization’s Board of Governors. In addition, Jeffrey Kurland was elected first vice president, Leonard Engelman and John Bailey were elected to vice president posts, Dick Cook was elected treasurer, and […]

Ebola-mania

This is August and the Ebola virus panic is on. Seems like every summer we get some kind of hysteria about something. This summer it appears to be Ebola, with two confirmed cases under quarantine in Atlanta and others being investigated in New York and elsewhere. The two Americans, a doctor and a female medical […]