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  • JoAnne Border

      JoAnne Border, 80. In complete peace, JoAnne Border left our world to go to her true home on July 28, 2011. She was a resident of Burbank for over 65 years. JoAnne was born in Hollywood CA on May 27, 1931 to Alice and Donald Ingersol. She was a...
  • 'The Wilderness Warrior' by Douglas Brinkley

    'The Wilderness Warrior' by Douglas Brinkley
    The Wilderness Warrior Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America Douglas Brinkley Harper: 960 pp., $34.99 Reviewing several Roosevelt biographies in 1920, H.L. Mencken reported that he had found more "gush" than "sense." Douglas Brinkley's...
  • Wayne Allwine, voice of Mickey Mouse, dies at 62

    Wayne Allwine, voice of Mickey Mouse, dies at 62
    Wayne Allwine, a Walt Disney Studios voice-over artist who was the voice of Mickey Mouse for more than three decades, has died. He was 62. Allwine, an Emmy Award-winning former sound effects editor and foley artist, died of complications of diabetes...
  • Bayard F. Berman dies at 88; attorney won desegregation case against L.A. Unified

    Bayard F. Berman dies at 88; attorney won desegregation case against L.A. Unified
    Bayard F. Berman, a lead attorney on the Los Angeles school desegregation lawsuit that led to three years of busing and an exodus of whites from the city's public schools, died Jan. 20 at the Veterans Affairs hospital in West Los Angeles. He was 88....
  • A touch of magic in the city

    Just a stone's throw from affluent Hancock Park and Windsor Square is an area of Los Angeles called Brookside. This enclave of eight streets and 400 homes is somewhat more affordable than its tony neighbors yet has similar tree-lined streets and diverse...
  • 'American Idol,' humbug. Music Center's Spotlight Awards have the real goods [Updated]

     
    "American Idol" may have the ratings, but when it comes to talent competitions staged at prominent Los Angeles venues, the Music Center's Spotlight Awards for Southern California high school singers, instrumentalists, dancers and visual artists are an...
  • West Hollywood to explore opening charter school

     
    West Hollywood officials have agreed to authorize a study on forming a charter school that would serve the city’s students. City Council members approved the research, which will cost $6,000, by a 5-0 vote Monday evening. Students who live in......
  • Mailbag: Burbank needs more bicycle lanes

    I support the Verdugo Avenue bicycle lanes in Burbank. They increase safety and public health for cyclists and all users of the road. The Verdugo Avenue bicycle lanes are an important step toward creating a greener environment and more livable Burbank....
  • Service Clubs: Scholars who met the challenge are honored

    The Magnolia Park Optimist Club honored students at its April 15 meeting who were able to overcome many obstacles to achieve their goals. Optimists Evie Magnante and Sue Kyle did an outstanding job of selecting the students who won "Meet the Challenge"...
  • Around Town

    TODAY Education Conference for parents and teachers for SELPA will be from 8 a.m. to noon at La Cañada High School, 4463 Oak Grove Drive, La Cañada Flintridge. The Foothill SELPA Community Advisory Committee comprises special education students and...
  • Mailbag: Metrolink could make some changes

    Your May 1 editorial "Few riders on Metrolink" hit the mark when it stated that attracting new riders has proved challenging to Metrolink. Ridership is down 13% on the Ventura County line, and 6% on the Antelope Valley line, the two routes that serve...