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December 11, 1999
Irma Lemus MAGNOLIA PARK-- For John Burroughs ninth-grader Rise Gallo, Dolores Prize is more than just a fictional character. Gallo, who chose Wally Lamb's "She's Come Undone" for a class assignment that required students to read an adult-level book, was so moved by the unconventional heroine -- who grapples with mental illness, violence and rape -- that she wrote a poem about her that an instructor forwarded on...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Christine Putnam | March 10, 2007
It was the scene right out of a Hollywood movie. The airplane in the background ready to whisk her away to safety, the handsome hero who stays behind to fight on and the long, goodbye kiss that …. OK. I admit I get a little carried away after seeing a good movie. And to tell you the truth, even after eating a gallon or two of popcorn and way too many Gummy Bears at the AMC Theater in Burbank, my cousin Ron and I found ourselves hungry. Fortunately, we discovered the Golden Chicken Greek & Mediterranean Cuisine right next door.
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By Lisa Dupuy | June 13, 2009
When you walk into Raffi’s Place in Glendale, it’s hard to ignore the awards on the wall. There must be 10 “Best Restaurant” certificates. Internet foodie chat rooms are filled with gushing compliments about this restaurant. With such high expectations, it was hard to judge the place fairly. But after going twice, for dinner and lunch, I feel I have an objective perspective to share with you. There are good points and bad points about Raffi’s Place.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Phillip Hain | November 17, 2007
While contemplating whether the new film ?Lions for Lambs? contains the fierceness associated with the former or the timidity of the latter, the conclusion is obvious and unfortunate. You absolutely want to be drawn into potentially compelling stories, and the failure to get anywhere close only magnifies the disappointment. In stripping away the original concept from the finished product, I would have been very cautious in foreseeing a sure-fire winner, even with three powerhouse stars to get people into the theaters.
NEWS
August 11, 2001
I would like to write in response to the Indian mascot, I think if us supporters were to join together we can make a difference. How about some supportive letters? Being a Burroughs graduate, I am very proud of the Burroughs Indians name as well as mascot. I wore my uniforms and jackets proud to have the Indian emblem. For those of us that have lived in Burbank all our lives, attended Burbank schools and graduated from one of these high schools, we have fond memories of our schools.
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | April 11, 2009
This is the time of year that most Christians attend church and celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. A worship song comes to my heart and mind this spring season that includes the following words, “For Thou O Lord are high above all the earth. Thou are exalted far above all gods.” These words hold theological truth, for Jesus Christ did die for our sins, was raised from the dead on the third day, and is now seated at the right hand of God the Father.
NEWS
February 12, 2003
Jackson Bell Ask martial artist Alan Lamb what he considers the most effective fighting style in the world and he will say it is Wing Chun. He will also say, without hesitation, that it is a form designed by and for women. Wing Chun was originally developed by a Buddhist nun, Ng Mui, for sparring with monks in ancient China. The style emphasizes blocking and striking in one move, teaching its fighters to use both hands simultaneously during combat, Lamb said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Nicole Charky | December 18, 2010
There are classics and traditions when it comes to holiday music, but Burbank First United Methodist Church Chancel Choir will not perform the same songs you might hear from a mall loudspeaker. This group has a set of contemporary songs and hymns from long ago. More than 30 singers and instrumentalists will perform music arranged by choir director Roger Lamb at 3 p.m. Sunday in the church. The performance will feature the lush harmonies of "Behold the Dark and Bitter Night," the 2003 winner of the American Composers Forum and Minneapolis-based choral ensemble VocalEssence "Welcome Christmas Carol Contest," Lamb said.
LOCAL
By Chris Wiebe | April 14, 2007
BURBANK — Officers arrested a Panorama City woman Thursday after a one-week investigation into an apparent hit-and-run accident that resulted in the death of a 77-year-old woman. Soledad Lamb, a 45-year-old courier service driver, was booked on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and felony hit-and-run connected to the April 6 collision with a pedestrian, said Burbank Police Department Sgt. Matthew Ferguson. Police also questioned Catherine Salazar, 28, of Reseda, who is also a courier driver, on suspicion that she may have been an accomplice to the crime — though she was not directly involved in the accident, Ferguson said.
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By Lisa Dupuy | June 13, 2009
When you walk into Raffi’s Place in Glendale, it’s hard to ignore the awards on the wall. There must be 10 “Best Restaurant” certificates. Internet foodie chat rooms are filled with gushing compliments about this restaurant. With such high expectations, it was hard to judge the place fairly. But after going twice, for dinner and lunch, I feel I have an objective perspective to share with you. There are good points and bad points about Raffi’s Place.
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FEATURES
By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | April 11, 2009
This is the time of year that most Christians attend church and celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. A worship song comes to my heart and mind this spring season that includes the following words, “For Thou O Lord are high above all the earth. Thou are exalted far above all gods.” These words hold theological truth, for Jesus Christ did die for our sins, was raised from the dead on the third day, and is now seated at the right hand of God the Father.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Phillip Hain | November 17, 2007
While contemplating whether the new film ?Lions for Lambs? contains the fierceness associated with the former or the timidity of the latter, the conclusion is obvious and unfortunate. You absolutely want to be drawn into potentially compelling stories, and the failure to get anywhere close only magnifies the disappointment. In stripping away the original concept from the finished product, I would have been very cautious in foreseeing a sure-fire winner, even with three powerhouse stars to get people into the theaters.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Christine Putnam | March 10, 2007
It was the scene right out of a Hollywood movie. The airplane in the background ready to whisk her away to safety, the handsome hero who stays behind to fight on and the long, goodbye kiss that …. OK. I admit I get a little carried away after seeing a good movie. And to tell you the truth, even after eating a gallon or two of popcorn and way too many Gummy Bears at the AMC Theater in Burbank, my cousin Ron and I found ourselves hungry. Fortunately, we discovered the Golden Chicken Greek & Mediterranean Cuisine right next door.
NEWS
August 11, 2001
I would like to write in response to the Indian mascot, I think if us supporters were to join together we can make a difference. How about some supportive letters? Being a Burroughs graduate, I am very proud of the Burroughs Indians name as well as mascot. I wore my uniforms and jackets proud to have the Indian emblem. For those of us that have lived in Burbank all our lives, attended Burbank schools and graduated from one of these high schools, we have fond memories of our schools.
NEWS
December 11, 1999
Irma Lemus MAGNOLIA PARK-- For John Burroughs ninth-grader Rise Gallo, Dolores Prize is more than just a fictional character. Gallo, who chose Wally Lamb's "She's Come Undone" for a class assignment that required students to read an adult-level book, was so moved by the unconventional heroine -- who grapples with mental illness, violence and rape -- that she wrote a poem about her that an instructor forwarded on...
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