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By Lyda Truick | March 24, 2010
Generally speaking, Harry Potter, Artemis Fowl and other male protagonists are the norm in children’s literature. But where are the girls? Breaking onto the scene with her “Pandora” series, Burbank resident Carolyn Hennesy brings a rarely seen but much-desired female perspective to the historical adventure genre. One of Hennesy’s latest in the series, “Pandora Gets Lazy,” is a continuance of her main character’s adventures, trials and travails in Ancient Greece.
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By Joyce Rudolph | December 2, 2009
Carolyn Hennesy has a knack for being versatile. On the nighttime TV series “Cougar Town” she plays Barbara, a woman without scruples. She’s fun-lovin’ mob lawyer Diane Miller on the daytime drama “General Hospital.” And when not in front of the camera, the Burbank resident is writing books for young adults. Hennesy has three visits planned to Burbank public schools to talk about her “Pandora” series, which include the titles “Pandora Gets Lazy,” “Pandora Gets Jealous” and “Pandora Gets Vain.
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May 30, 2001
Will Rogers presents a good case for the bad vocal habits of the Tuesday night City Council gadfly group ("Defending a nutjob's right to speak," April 28), but doesn't offer any solution for controlling their behavior. He says this is the price of democracy. Not true. There are all kinds of restrictions of free speech in our society where it infringes on civility. We are limited in our mode of expression at work, at church, in restaurants and other public places.
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October 9, 2010
In a Congressional district where the campaigning has been comparatively non-existent, local voters have probably found themselves lulled into a fog. But before we know it, Nov. 2 will suddenly emerge from the mist, revealing itself to what hopefully won't be a disillusioned and apathetic public. The League of Women Voters Glendale/Burbank has tried to drum up interest in myriad state ballot measures, perhaps sensing that the district lacks the incumbent-challenger tussling that's been all over the headlines in other areas.
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By Bob Harris | August 20, 2008
At this point, you either like Woody Allen?s films or you don?t. So, all the nonbelievers can stop reading now, as I?m here to tell you that Allen?s latest film, ?Vicky Cristina Barcelona,? is his best romantic comedy in almost two decades. Two New York City girls, Vicky (Rebecca Hall) and Cristina (Scarlett Johansson) have taken up an offer from a family friend to spend their summer in Barcelona, hence the film?s title. One of the girls, Vicky, is engaged to a successful, rather boring businessman, and the other, the impulsive Cristina, can?
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By By Mark R. Madler | November 30, 2005
City officials consider pending legislation regarding possible lawsuits concerning soundproofing.AIRPORT DISTRICT -- City officials are looking into getting Bob Hope Airport included in pending legislation that would no longer require homeowners to give up future rights to file a lawsuit against the airport in exchange for soundproofing of their homes. If approved, the legislation would now just affect Los Angeles International Airport, although the Federal Aviation Administration has taken a position against the bill.
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By Zain Shauk | June 6, 2009
The future may be uncertain for the class of 2009, but one thing is clear, senior Marianne Epstein told her fellow John Burroughs High School graduates Thursday. “The worst is over — no more state testing,” she said. Her speech, one of six by students, drew cheers from the crowd of cap-and-gown-clad students on the school’s football field. Bursts of confetti and screams of joy capped off the ceremony, which took place under stadium lights as a cool breeze blew across the field, waving tassels and red gowns.
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By Zain Shauk | September 22, 2009
Charles Holzner is one of three directors for the Medicare Advantage insurer CareMore, which has clinics in Glendale and Burbank and is currently pushing men to seek advice about prostate cancer screenings. He has conducted thousands of screenings since he began practicing as a physician in 1983 and has even developed an approach to make men more relaxed about the procedure, which gets a bad rep in movies and TV skits often featuring unsympathetic gloved doctors. Holzner’s main focus related to the tests, however, is to clear misconceptions about the pros and cons of prostate cancer exams and treatments, which are not what most might expect, he said.
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By Lyda Truick | March 24, 2010
Generally speaking, Harry Potter, Artemis Fowl and other male protagonists are the norm in children’s literature. But where are the girls? Breaking onto the scene with her “Pandora” series, Burbank resident Carolyn Hennesy brings a rarely seen but much-desired female perspective to the historical adventure genre. One of Hennesy’s latest in the series, “Pandora Gets Lazy,” is a continuance of her main character’s adventures, trials and travails in Ancient Greece.
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By Joyce Rudolph | December 2, 2009
Carolyn Hennesy has a knack for being versatile. On the nighttime TV series “Cougar Town” she plays Barbara, a woman without scruples. She’s fun-lovin’ mob lawyer Diane Miller on the daytime drama “General Hospital.” And when not in front of the camera, the Burbank resident is writing books for young adults. Hennesy has three visits planned to Burbank public schools to talk about her “Pandora” series, which include the titles “Pandora Gets Lazy,” “Pandora Gets Jealous” and “Pandora Gets Vain.
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