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  • Michael O'Keefe offstage

    Michael O'Keefe offstage
    Actor Michael O’Keefe is between performances as he sits down for a quick bite in his dressing room. He’s just come offstage at the Pasadena Playhouse, where he appears as Serge, a would-be art collector in the three-person play “Art.&...
  • Troupe tries on Chekhov's masks

    The everyday and ordinary don’t apply in the world of Theatre Movement Bazaar. One of L.A.’s most unusual performance companies, TMB has been wowing audiences here with haunting, humorous and often startling mash-ups of theater and dance,...
  • School displays 300 student art pieces

    School displays 300 student art pieces
    Over 300 pieces of students’ art covered the walls from floor to ceiling at Incarnation Parish School auditorium for the opening night reception of the annual student art exhibition. On Jan. 28, 200 people including parents, students and others...
  • Frank Paul Vent

    Frank Paul Vent was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 22, 1921.  He passed away February 1st, 2012 from natural causes. Frank’s parents emigrated from Italy in the early 1900’s. From an early age, Frank discovered he had an natural ability to...
  • Glendale settles suit with girl who sustained gash from swing-set

    The city has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of an 11-year-old who suffered a roughly 5-inch gash on her forearm while on a school field trip at Verdugo Park nearly two years ago. Anahit Allakhverdian was pushing a younger student on a swing...
  • Intersections: Zina was an extraordinary spirit

    Intersections: Zina was an extraordinary spirit
    On a brisk January evening two years ago, I made my way to a local dance studio for a story I was working on. The silence of the street the studio was on betrayed the energy inside, where dancers leaped across the hardwood floors with such ease during a...
  • Glendale makes good

    Glendale makes good
    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — The seniors on the Glendale High boys' basketball team promised before the season that they wouldn't graduate without giving Coach Steve Snodgress his first playoff win in his 16-year tenure. They fulfilled their promise...
  • PROJECT Trio weaves rock, hip-hop into classical compositions

    PROJECT Trio weaves rock, hip-hop into classical compositions
    Who says classical music has to be a formal affair? Not PROJECT Trio, a classical chamber ensemble fueled by the sounds of rock 'n' roll, hip-hop and jazz, from Guns ‘N Roses to Duke Ellington. With some 66 million hits on YouTube, appearances on...
  • Celebrate Dance blends local troupes on one stage

    Celebrate Dance blends local troupes on one stage
    It is pitch black. Slowly a dark reddish glow lights the stage. A slim woman dressed in tight black shorts and a loose tank top walks out and, chest forward, dives to the floor, landing on her hands. She lies on her side, knees bent, and slowly rolls onto...
  • Golden Knights win opener over Rebels

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Paced by a convincing showing in the doubles bracket, the St. Francis High tennis team had little trouble notching a victory in the season opener over a familiar opponent in Flintridge Prep. The Golden Knights dropped one...
  • Early start is winning start for Nitros

    LA CRESCENTA — For the Crescenta Valley and Glendale high boys' tennis teams, the Pacific League season started early this year. And early might be an understatement as the Falcons and Nitros were pitted against each other in each squad's...
  • Shakespearean-themed program 'The isle is full of noises' soars on the wings of children's voices

    Shakespearean-themed program 'The isle is full of noises' soars on the wings of children's voices
    In a rehearsal space at Pasadena Presbyterian Church on a recent February evening, the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus warmed up with physical stretches and vocal exercises, then began singing, voices soaring and ethereal in the high-ceilinged hall....