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March 28, 2009
BURBANK SINGERS PERFORM WITH CHOIR Seven residents will perform with the Los Angeles Valley College Choir when it presents the ?Welcome Spring? concert at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Mainstage at the college, 5800 Fulton Ave., Valley Glen. Burbank singers are Karoline Steavenson, Marti Nichols, Paula Lester, Carlos Argueta, Sierra Sue Davis, Michael Dekovich and Alexandra Lebedeff . Admission is $15, $10 for students and seniors. For ticket information, call (818)
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By Mark Kellam mark.kellam@latimes.com | July 22, 2011
A Burbank police commissioner who came under scrutiny after suggesting in November that a public speaker be “slapped around a bit” resigned his post Wednesday. Police Commissioner Jim Etter, who made the comment during the public address portion of a joint meeting with the City Council, said he resigned because of the demands for his upcoming post on the Los Angeles County Fish and Game Commission. Etter will begin his term on that commission on Aug. 2, according to Tony Bell, spokesman for Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich.
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January 22, 2000
Bob Kramer Have you noticed the latest craze in television? It's the quiz show. No matter what channel you turn to you will see one of these new programs. All of this started with the huge success of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" It has been a national phenomenon for ABC and remains the most popular of all the new shows. CBS has countered with "Winning Lines," followed by NBC's offering of "Twenty One." This new popularity of quiz and game shows has prompted various producers to take a new look at some old shows, in the hope of revamping them.
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July 25, 2009
BURBANK CENTENARIAN CELEBRATES 100 Maria Finance , a resident of Burbank for more than 30 years, celebrated her 100th birthday July 15 with members of her family and friends at the Castaway Restaurant. Four generations of the Finance family were present, including her son Charles Finance , a resident of North Hollywood; grandson Charles Finance , his wife, Lynda , and their daughter Hannah Finance, who flew in from Seattle for the occasion; granddaughter Shelley Spranza and her husband, John , who made the trip from Sacramento.
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