Archive for 2014

‘You Belong’ at Providence High School in Burbank

‘You Belong’ at Providence High School in Burbank

By Mary McBain Finding the right high school for your child certainly comes with its challenges. How can you be sure that your child will fit in and find their place to grow within a supportive environment? How can you be sure that your chosen high school will in turn lead to a good college? […]

Rocky’s NFL Picks Week 8

Rocky’s NFL Picks Week 8

College Football Steve’s Picks 10-22-14

College Football Steve’s Picks 10-22-14

JEFF BRIDGES One on One for The Tolucan Times

JEFF BRIDGES One on One for The Tolucan Times

Academy Award-winning actor and musician JEFF BRIDGES has been a bona fide star since his role in 1971’s The Last Picture Show (for which he received his first of six Oscar nominations). He went on to a string of blockbusters… Against All Odds, Jagged Edge, TRON, Starman, The Fisher King, The Fabulous Baker Boys, The […]

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

AND HERE ARE ANSWERS FROM VARIOUS CELEBS: “Follow your heart and follow your dreams.  It doesn’t matter if nobody understands you; there will be a time when they ‘get it’.  When you believe it, they will as well.  You have to believe that you can do it!” ~ POL ATTEU, Co-Author of Anna Nicole Smith: […]

Magician with Historic Honor is Debuting at the Historic El Portal Theatre

Magician with Historic Honor is Debuting at the Historic El Portal Theatre

What better way to spend Halloween weekend than at a magic show? This summer’s July 4th weekend, California resident Alex Ramon received a historic award, recognizing his achievements as an outstanding “illusionist.” While others were watching fireworks in celebration of the 4th, over 1500 magicians met in St. Louis, Missouri and made their own fireworks […]

Joe Public: Local Tap House Joe’s Revives the All-American Bar and Grill Scene

Joe Public: Local Tap House Joe’s Revives the All-American Bar and Grill Scene

By Susie Mendoza In a long line of gastropubs serving $15 truffle burgers and plenty of pretention, Joe’s All-American Bar and Grill brings a refreshing blend of great bands, solid food, and good energy. Bar owner Trey Thompson brings a cover free line-up of bands that delves deep into the roots of Americana including: Rockabilly, […]

Clowning Around

Halloween is a time for good clean scary fun, right? Ghosts, goblins, skeletons, witches, Frankenstein monsters, and black cats are all part of the scene. But can’t we draw the line when it comes to severed body parts and hatchet murders? If you haven’t noticed, Halloween’s fright barometer has become more intense. What was once […]

Windsbach Boys Choir to Perform at the Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Sunday October 26th

Windsbach Boys Choir to Perform at the Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Sunday October 26th

To mark 25 years of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany’s leading boy choir, based in western Germany and their conductor, trained in the eastern part of Germany, are appearing in a free concert at the Pasadena Presbyterian Church on Sunday, October 26th at 7pm. The concert, hosted by the celebrated Los Angeles Children’s […]

The Peacock Network Reunion Bids Farewell to NBC Studios in Burbank

The Peacock Network Reunion Bids Farewell to NBC Studios in Burbank

It was a fond farewell to NBC Studios in Burbank at the 19th annual NBC Employees’ Reunion Dinner, with about 200 attendees talking about their days at the “beautiful downtown Burbank” studio. The West Coast headquarters for the Peacock Network moved this year to the new NBC facilities at Universal Studios. But everyone still had […]