March 7, 2009
Help us, Dr. Seuss. You’re our only hope. That was our feeling Monday, when Glendale and Burbank joined countless other cities across America — and possibly the world — in honoring the birthday of the legendary children’s author, Theodor Seuss Geisel, who died in 1991. If there’s ever been a time in recent history when we needed to immerse ourselves again in those bright colors, jaunty rhymes and simple tales, it’s tumultuous, tantalizing 2009.
March 6, 2004
Jackie Conley Wearing red-and- white-striped hats made out of paper, about 175 St. Finbar Parish School students gathered in the school's auditorium this week to salute Dr. Seuss and celebrate Read Across America Day. Vice Mayor Marsha Ramos was among the guest readers who shared such Seuss classics as "The Cat in the Hat," "The Sneetches and Other Stories," and "Captain Underpants" with their captive audience. "I prefer speaking in front of children," Ramos said.