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June 29, 2002
SPORTS True blue Dodger Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Dave Roberts paid a visit to Mervyn's in Burbank for a meet and greet with the fans. SEE PAGE B1. SHOWBIZ World music Songwriter Deon Vozov has traveled the globe to find that perfect sound for her compositions. SEE PAGE A10. NEWS No fireworks for the Fourth? With the dry conditions and the dangers of brush fire, the Starlight Bowl could be without the sparklers this holiday.
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By Ani Amirkhanian | May 20, 2006
Giuse Yen Viet Mai, owner of numerous furniture stores in Los Angeles county, including Urban Habitat Furniture in Burbank, died on May 15. He was 72. Mai was born on Oct. 10, 1933, in Vietnam. He was an officer in the Vietnamese army and a music conductor for the military band. After migrating with his family from Vietnam to the United States in 1975, Mai settled in Burbank and ventured into the furniture business. Mai started his furniture business in 1982 and opened his first store on Sunset Boulevard.
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By Chris Wiebe | April 29, 2006
Friends and family remember Charles "Walt" Rosenthal as a sincere and kind-hearted man who had a passion for the outdoors and who was to turn 59 on Wednesday. But tragedy brought that passion to an end April 6 when Rosenthal, a Burbank High School graduate, died in an accident at Mammoth Mountain near China Bowl run. As a member of the Mammoth Ski Patrol, Rosenthal and two fellow patrolmen were surveying a hazardous snow area when the two slipped into a volcanic gas vent. Rosenthal fell to his death in an attempt to rescue the two men, said Dep. John Estridge of the Mono County Sheriff's Department.
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By Ani Amirkhanian | May 20, 2006
Giuse Yen Viet Mai, owner of numerous furniture stores in Los Angeles county, including Urban Habitat Furniture in Burbank, died on May 15. He was 72. Mai was born on Oct. 10, 1933, in Vietnam. He was an officer in the Vietnamese army and a music conductor for the military band. After migrating with his family from Vietnam to the United States in 1975, Mai settled in Burbank and ventured into the furniture business. Mai started his furniture business in 1982 and opened his first store on Sunset Boulevard.
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By Chris Wiebe | April 29, 2006
Friends and family remember Charles "Walt" Rosenthal as a sincere and kind-hearted man who had a passion for the outdoors and who was to turn 59 on Wednesday. But tragedy brought that passion to an end April 6 when Rosenthal, a Burbank High School graduate, died in an accident at Mammoth Mountain near China Bowl run. As a member of the Mammoth Ski Patrol, Rosenthal and two fellow patrolmen were surveying a hazardous snow area when the two slipped into a volcanic gas vent. Rosenthal fell to his death in an attempt to rescue the two men, said Dep. John Estridge of the Mono County Sheriff's Department.
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June 29, 2002
SPORTS True blue Dodger Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Dave Roberts paid a visit to Mervyn's in Burbank for a meet and greet with the fans. SEE PAGE B1. SHOWBIZ World music Songwriter Deon Vozov has traveled the globe to find that perfect sound for her compositions. SEE PAGE A10. NEWS No fireworks for the Fourth? With the dry conditions and the dangers of brush fire, the Starlight Bowl could be without the sparklers this holiday.
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