San Fernando Valley roundup: Artsy seniors ready to move into NoHo

November 24, 2012
  • Resident Tony Calavetta is an 85-year-old writer who moved to the NoHo Senior Arts Colony to be among other creative folks and take part in big-city life. 'You get inspiration from other people,' he says.
Resident Tony Calavetta is an 85-year-old writer who… (Francine Orr, Los…)

Good morning, readers. Today is Saturday, November 24. Seniors are moving to North Hollywood to sing, dance and act.

Once opened, the NoHo Senior Arts Colony will include a 78-seat theater, reports the L.A. Times.

A body that burned in Canoga Park over the Thanksgiving day holiday has still not been identified, reports the Daily News.

Burbank could join Glendale, Pasadena and other cities in banning mobile ads, reports the Burbank Leader.

A hen who lived temporarily behind a Glendale Community College billboard died after being taken in by a Simi Valley family, reports the L.A. Times. 

Celebrate American Indian culture at an event today at Cal State Northridge. KCET

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