December 29, 2001
Warmington -- Banta The Warmington family ranch in Rancho Santa Fe was the setting for the wedding of Sara Joyce Warmington from Newport Beach and Michael Beale Banta, formerly of Glendale. Officiating was the Rev. Dr. William Flanagan of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach. The bride is the daughter of Vicky and James Parsons Warmington Sr. of Rancho Santa Fe. She graduated from Stanford University with a major in economics and minor in psychology.
May 3, 2006
NEWPORT BEACH ? Two Burbank men have been arrested in connection with the death of a Tustin man who died Sunday from injuries he received during a bar fight in Newport Beach on Saturday, police said. Jason Boozer, 26, was taken off life support Sunday at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, where he was being treated for major head trauma. Authorities said he was injured early Saturday after a Burbank man punched him in the face, knocking him over and causing him to fall and hit his head.
September 15, 2001
CIHAK -- HARPER Julie Cihak and Jason Scott Harper have announced their plans to marry in November. The bride-to-be is the daughter of John and Donna Cihak of San Diego. She graduated from Patrick Henry High School in 1991, received her bachelor's degree from USC in 1994, and her master's in business administration in finance from Cal State Long Beach in 2000. She is employed in software publishing and technology marketing. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Homer F. and Lina Harper of Glendale.
April 16, 2003
TCN newspapers names editorial director BURBANK -- An editor for Times Community News, a subsidiary of the Tribune Co. that also owns the Leader, has been named editorial director of the chain's six newspapers and Web sites. Tony Dodero, the editor of the Daily Pilot, the Huntington Beach Independent and the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot, will head editorial operations at those papers as well as the Leader, News-Press and the Inland Valley Voice. He has 15 years of professional newspaper experience.
February 5, 2005
Mark R. Madler While most of the country watches the Super Bowl on Sunday, Peter Musurlian will be behind the wheel of his Toyota Camry zipping westward on a highway attempting to set a record that may never be recognized. The Glendale resident will drive cross-country, about 2,300 miles, from a beach in Jacksonville, Fla., to a beach in San Diego, and do it in less than 32 hours. The unofficial official record was set by a Newport Beach man more than 20 years ago. "I thought it would be a challenge," said Musurlian, who is a station manager and senior producer for Burbank BTV6, the city's cable channel.
October 30, 2004
DuBois -- Rose Ashlee DuBois of Burbank and Zachary Rose of Walnut Creek have announced their engagement and will be married in July. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Stanley and Christee DuBois of Burbank and the granddaughter of Janice McGlynn and Estelle and Stan DuBois, all of Burbank. She graduated from Cal State Long Beach in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in business management. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She is employed by Robinsons May in Newport Beach.
October 4, 2003
Mary and Mariano Tomasino celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary with family and friends at a Keystone Seniors luncheon meeting at The Castaway on June 7. The event also was held in recognition of Mary's 90th birthday June 4. Mariano read a special message to Mary, telling her how special she is to him. The couple was married on June 1, 1935, at Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Rochester, N.Y. They have lived...
September 11, 2002
REVIS T. CALL Revis T. Call, 81, died Sept. 6, 2002, in Glendale. Born March 10, 1921, in Downey, Idaho, he lived in Burbank for 42 years and worked as an attorney. Mr. Call is survived by his wife, Sandra; children, Kelly Border, Revis Scott Call and Thomas Kenton; and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services were Tuesday at Church of the Hills at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills. VICTOR R. LINDEMANN Victor R. Lindemann, 94, died Aug. 29, 2002, in Burbank.
March 13, 2004
DAVID SILVA I've always found it odd that one of the most frightening experiences of my life occurred in serene and sunny Newport Beach. Actually, the words "serene" and "sunny" have no place in this story, because the events described in it occurred during the great storm of 1983. The power of the storm caught everyone off guard, dumping more than 18 inches of rain on the region and sending seaside homes and historic piers crashing beneath the waves.
October 19, 2005
a word p8OK, readers. I'll make you a deal. If you write me to tell me I made a mistake in this column and you're wrong, I'll publish a whole new column on your mistake, making it clear that I am an untouchable authority I am and that you were wrong to ever challenge me. But if you point out a mistake I made and you're right, the silence that follows will be deafening. Deal? No? Aw, come on! OK. Then I guess I owe a little mea culpa to Professor Burton Karson, who I picked on in a recent column, but who more recently busted me for writing, "And it is this defiant nature of idioms that make it OK ... " (And who, no doubt, will pick right back at me for not writing "whom I picked on."