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September 11, 2002
Ryan Carter Teresa and Scott Sligh were packed and ready to go, just in case, Monday afternoon. They joined many others on the Burbank/Glendale border who were evacuated or ready to bolt from their homes as a more than 800-acre fire torched the dry brush of the Verdugo Mountain hillsides around them. "You could smell the smoke inside the home," Teresa Sligh said as she walked away on the road from her Wilson Court residence. "And you could see flames up on the side of the ridge."
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NEWS
January 14, 2004
Molly Shore With the grocery strike entering its fourth month, striking and locked-out workers aren't the only ones feeling the pinch. Several Burbank schools are getting shortchanged by the strike because fundraising efforts through eScrip -- a program returning a portion of the stores' receipts to schools -- have dropped off as shoppers refuse to cross picket lines at Vons and Pavilions. "I know it's not as good as it was," PTA Council President Sonia Arcesaid.
SPORTS
By By Jeff Tully | January 11, 2006
TullyBOYS' SOCCER: Burroughs offense stalls and coach is not happy with scoreless Foothill League result against Valencia.LUTHER BURBANK MIDDLE SCHOOL -- The Burroughs High boys' soccer team came into Foothill League play with its best nonleague showing in 13 years. However, the Indians didn't get off to a good league start when they dropped a one-goal result to Saugus on Friday. Entering Tuesday's league contest against Valencia -- a team with just one win -- Burroughs Coach Mike Kodama said his squad would be in a bad situation if it were to lose to the Vikings.
NEWS
By JUNE CASAGRANDE | May 17, 2006
I feel bad. And I'll tell you why I feel bad. I feel bad because, just three sentences into this column, I know that certain readers are already booting up their laptops, hardly able to wait for that little Windows logo to finish waving so they can read me the riot act regarding my first three sentences. "Bad," these readers are just itching to tell me, is not an adverb. What I meant to write, they'll say, is that I feel "badly." And here's the reason I feel so bad: This is a setup.
NEWS
By JUNE CASAGRANDE | June 9, 2006
I feel bad. And I'll tell you why I feel bad. I feel bad because, just three sentences into this column, I know that certain readers are already booting up their laptops, hardly able to wait for that little Windows logo to finish waving so they can read me the riot act regarding my first three sentences. "Bad," these readers are just itching to tell me, is not an adverb. What I meant to write, they'll say, is that I feel "badly." And here's the reason I feel so bad: This is a setup.
NEWS
March 30, 2002
Jeff Tully DE BELL GOLF COURSE -- There aren't too many sports where home-field advantage means as much as it does in golf. Playing on one's home course throughout the season gives a athlete an advantage over visiting golfers who might not know all the nuances of the venue. Thursday, in a nonleague boys' match against Saugus at De Bell Municipal Golf Course, host Burroughs was feeling right at home, as the Indians came away with a 399-415 victory in 18 holes.
NEWS
December 14, 2002
BURROUGHS HIGH -- Coach Linda Murphy has been a girls' volleyball institution at Burroughs High for 18 years. However, the former Olympic player and respected coach will not be back for her 19th season as the Indians' mentor, as the school has decided to replace Murphy. Murphy said she was shocked when she was informed she would no longer be running the Burroughs program. Preferring not to talk about the situation and reluctant to address the decision by the school's administration, Murphy instead relayed her feelings in a fax on Friday.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 21, 2007
It only took me approximately five seconds to get an idea that I would enjoy the Glendale Centre Theatre's staging of Lerner and Loewe's "My Fair Lady." When the opening lights revealed period costumes that authentically evoked the spirit of London, I had a good feeling. And I'm happy to say that it continued throughout the entire production. The story, taken from George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion," tells how phonetics professor Henry Higgins (Kelly Oien) bets Col. Pickering (N. Mario DiGregorio)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | August 2, 2006
The setting was the recording artist's favorite, like being in a living room surrounded by family and close friends, he said. Morris Albert performed Saturday night at The Colony Theatre in Burbank. Sitting in the front row were his family, his mother Ruth Salat and stepfather Andrew J. Salat , brother and sister in law Norton and Helena Kaiserman . Accompanying himself on an acoustic guitar, he played several of his songs, as well as those by people he has admired over the years.
BUSINESS
By Christopher Cadelago | August 21, 2009
BURBANK — Jay Leno sauntered through glass doors and onto a newly renovated stage, nonchalant and trimmer since “The Tonight Show” stopped taping across the lot in May. “The monologue is right here,” Leno said Wednesday, inching toward rows of stadium seats. Technicians and stage hands bustled in the background, readying the set for the Sept. 14 primetime premiere of “The Jay Leno Show.” The 59-year-old host continued past two 103-inch televisions, a practicing band and large detailed pictures from his vast car collection.
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