Archive for 2014

This is Banned

This is Banned

What is particularly interesting in this production is the juxtaposition of concepts that are presented and explored. There is the issue of generated loyalty and what defines the usefulness of a weapon. Opposed to generational guilt — do the sins of the father, or husband in “Winchester,” constitute a purgatorial sentence of visitations from the […]

The Pasadena Playhouse Presents “Lavender Night Out,” a Benefit in Support of Art, Inclusion and Equality on Thursday, November 6th

The festivities start at 6:30pm on November 6th at The Pasadena Playhouse! “Lavender Night Out” supports The Pasadena Playhouse’s Theatrical Diversity Project, which is committed to bravely serving and representing the LGBTQ and other communities that broaden the diversity, equality and inclusion of American theatre through new play development and main stage productions. Lavender Night […]

Fury

Fury

Fury Running time 134 minutes. Not for Children. This has the Alpha and Omega of World War II movies in the same movie. For the Alpha, it is probably one of the most realistic depictions of war ever filmed; in parts, that is. For the Omega director David Ayer has adopted scenes that seem straight […]

A or B?, Now Running at the Falcon Theatre

A or B?, Now Running at the Falcon Theatre

A or B?, now in its run at the Falcon Theatre, is a brilliant depiction of “if only…” in matters of dating and career. The couple, Abby (Jules Wilcox) and Ben (Jason Dechert) travel down two parallel lives, ala the film Sliding Doors, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, where a woman’s love life and career both hinge, […]

Evelyn Melanie Perez 1927-2014

Evelyn Melanie Perez 1927-2014

The Sherman Oaks Woman’s Club has lost a past President and long-term treasurer. Evelyn passed on after a brief illness. She was an outstanding member, and served faithfully as treasurer for the past 18 years. She was an inspiration to all who knew her, and will be missed by all of her loving family and […]

Barbara Canterbury

Barbara Canterbury

Barbara Canterbury, “Lady of the Roses,” passed away peacefully in her home on October 22nd, 2014. She was born in Los Angeles, and she grew up in Los Angeles and Lake Sherwood. She loved spending time at the lake with her sister Margaret and her parents. Barbara attended Los Angeles Middle School and Los Angeles […]

2014 California Football Weekly Scorecard

2014 California Football Weekly Scorecard

Rookie

John Brown is a rookie wide receiver who played at Pittsburgh State, a Division II college in Kansas, and though first-year players aren’t supposed to make an impact too soon, he has after grabbing quarterback Carson Palmer’s 75-yard bomb that carried host Arizona past Philadelphia, 24-20, last Sunday. Entering this NFC battle each team had […]

Still Unblemished

In a close match, turnovers can wreck a game plan as Muir High found out after absorbing a 38-26 setback to visiting Crescenta Valley last Friday. The Mustangs turned the ball over four times, including three interceptions in a Pacific League showdown, and had their 19-game league winning streak snapped, while the Falcons remain undefeated […]

10-29-14

**** LOST DOG **** Lost shepherd mix female black& beige in chandler park area since 9-3-14. Very shy. Was wearing a red collar & tag. Please if seen call Cathy 818-625 5533 ADOPTIONS PREGNANT? CONSIDERING ADOPTION? Call us first. Living expenses, housing, medical, and continued support afterwards. Choose adoptive family of your choice. Call 24/7.  […]