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July 22, 2009
Dream Dinners Recipe Contest Now through Aug. 28, Dream Dinners will be accepting entries to their third annual Recipe Contest. Dream Dinners? recipe contests have been very popular over the past two years with such winning recipes as crispy French onion chicken, Yancey pork roast and even Sonoma grilled steaks. To enter, contestants must visit www.dreamdinners.com and visit the ?Contests and Offers? page. Each winner will receive $500 toward Dream Dinners meals ?
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August 19, 2000
DARRELL SATZMAN Toss out the rote justifications such as defending the 1st Amendment and satisfying the"public's right to know," and the thing that draws many of us to to the Fourth Estate is an abiding sense of curiosity. Let's face it, journalists get a rush from being on the inside. So, with no greater motivation than an overpowering inclination toward voyeurism, I took the opportunity this week to get a close up view of history by attending the Democratic National Convention.
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March 9, 2002
Jeff Tully While reading a sports story in the Burbank Leader last year, Patrick Moise got an idea. "I saw the article about how Burroughs High had started a new boys' ice hockey team," Moise said. "So I had the idea that maybe we could field a team at Burbank High. "I figured it probably wouldn't be that hard." Moise couldn't have been more wrong. The job of beginning the Bulldog program has been a great deal of work and meant a lot of headaches for Moise and a dedicated group of parents.
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April 10, 2002
Molly Shore BURBANK -- Burbank resident Ben Davis will barely have time to recover from an overseas flight before he sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" on Thursday night at the Staples Center for the Los Angeles Lakers and Minnesota Timberwolves basketball game. Davis, 20, a sophomore business major at College of the Canyons in Valencia, received a scholarship to study in Spain for a semester and flew into Los Angeles to perform his a cappella rendition of the national anthem.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | December 5, 2012
LOS ANGELES - The members of the Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys' basketball team walked into Staples Center on Wednesday afternoon and took some time to enjoy the moment and marvel at the arena that is home to the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers. Many of the Guards still couldn't wrap their heads around the fact that they were about to play in the venue and they would have the opportunity to step on the same floor that has hosted an array of NBA greats. Following the admiration session, however, the Guards tried not to concentrate on the grandeur of their surrounding and instead focus their efforts on the nonleague game at hand against an undefeated San Gabriel Academy team.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary Burkin | December 5, 2007
If the idea behind a tradition is to keep something good alive, then the latest production of “A Christmas Carol” at the Glendale Centre Theatre has got the right idea. Author Charles Dickens may have died in 1870. But if all of his books and stories are still in print, it’s probably for the same reason. He had the right idea. Is it so hard to believe that a bitter, miserly old man like Ebenezer Scrooge can unfreeze his heart, when it’s touched by the love, courage and patience of a little boy like Tiny Tim?
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | February 12, 2014
LOS ANGELES - Having had their team play in the venue last season, the Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys' basketball coaches thought they had their players ready to deal with the deep sightlines and the NBA dimensions and expansive three-point line of Staples Center. But with a group of transfers this season, many of the Guards didn't play in the Staples Center game a year ago and were unfamiliar with the facilities of the cavernous arena. As a result, Bell-Jeff had a dismal shooting performance Wednesday against San Gabriel Academy and former Providence standout Marcus LoVett Jr. In the end, it wasn't even close, as the Eagles cruised to a 66-33 nonleague victory.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | March 26, 2008
BURBANK — The St. Francis Xavier Catholic Youth Organization boys’ basketball team had a chance to accomplish something that no other Lancers team had been able to pull off. Although the school has won two CYO championships in flag football, it had never won a title in basketball. Although St. Francis Xavier came one game away from accomplishing its goal, the squad put together a fine playoff run, upsetting their share of teams along the way. In a semifinal game March 16, the Lancers fell to Marina Regina of Gardena, 44-43, in double overtime at Verbum Dei High.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | October 17, 2007
Those familiar with the name Laszlo Tabori might know him as the third man to break the four-minute mile, or the athlete who competed in the 1956 Melbourne Summer Olympics. A successful athlete and coach, Tabori is internationally known for his exploits on the running track. However, many residents of Burbank and surrounding areas have enjoyed a much more personal relationship with the man. In 1973, he formed the San Fernando Valley Track Club, which was run for years out of Burroughs High.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | February 12, 2014
LOS ANGELES - Having had their team play in the venue last season, the Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys' basketball coaches thought they had their players ready to deal with the deep sightlines and the NBA dimensions and expansive three-point line of Staples Center. But with a group of transfers this season, many of the Guards didn't play in the Staples Center game a year ago and were unfamiliar with the facilities of the cavernous arena. As a result, Bell-Jeff had a dismal shooting performance Wednesday against San Gabriel Academy and former Providence standout Marcus LoVett Jr. In the end, it wasn't even close, as the Eagles cruised to a 66-33 nonleague victory.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | December 5, 2012
LOS ANGELES - The members of the Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys' basketball team walked into Staples Center on Wednesday afternoon and took some time to enjoy the moment and marvel at the arena that is home to the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers. Many of the Guards still couldn't wrap their heads around the fact that they were about to play in the venue and they would have the opportunity to step on the same floor that has hosted an array of NBA greats. Following the admiration session, however, the Guards tried not to concentrate on the grandeur of their surrounding and instead focus their efforts on the nonleague game at hand against an undefeated San Gabriel Academy team.
BUSINESS
July 22, 2009
Dream Dinners Recipe Contest Now through Aug. 28, Dream Dinners will be accepting entries to their third annual Recipe Contest. Dream Dinners? recipe contests have been very popular over the past two years with such winning recipes as crispy French onion chicken, Yancey pork roast and even Sonoma grilled steaks. To enter, contestants must visit www.dreamdinners.com and visit the ?Contests and Offers? page. Each winner will receive $500 toward Dream Dinners meals ?
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | March 26, 2008
BURBANK — The St. Francis Xavier Catholic Youth Organization boys’ basketball team had a chance to accomplish something that no other Lancers team had been able to pull off. Although the school has won two CYO championships in flag football, it had never won a title in basketball. Although St. Francis Xavier came one game away from accomplishing its goal, the squad put together a fine playoff run, upsetting their share of teams along the way. In a semifinal game March 16, the Lancers fell to Marina Regina of Gardena, 44-43, in double overtime at Verbum Dei High.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary Burkin | December 5, 2007
If the idea behind a tradition is to keep something good alive, then the latest production of “A Christmas Carol” at the Glendale Centre Theatre has got the right idea. Author Charles Dickens may have died in 1870. But if all of his books and stories are still in print, it’s probably for the same reason. He had the right idea. Is it so hard to believe that a bitter, miserly old man like Ebenezer Scrooge can unfreeze his heart, when it’s touched by the love, courage and patience of a little boy like Tiny Tim?
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | October 17, 2007
Those familiar with the name Laszlo Tabori might know him as the third man to break the four-minute mile, or the athlete who competed in the 1956 Melbourne Summer Olympics. A successful athlete and coach, Tabori is internationally known for his exploits on the running track. However, many residents of Burbank and surrounding areas have enjoyed a much more personal relationship with the man. In 1973, he formed the San Fernando Valley Track Club, which was run for years out of Burroughs High.
NEWS
April 10, 2002
Molly Shore BURBANK -- Burbank resident Ben Davis will barely have time to recover from an overseas flight before he sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" on Thursday night at the Staples Center for the Los Angeles Lakers and Minnesota Timberwolves basketball game. Davis, 20, a sophomore business major at College of the Canyons in Valencia, received a scholarship to study in Spain for a semester and flew into Los Angeles to perform his a cappella rendition of the national anthem.
NEWS
March 9, 2002
Jeff Tully While reading a sports story in the Burbank Leader last year, Patrick Moise got an idea. "I saw the article about how Burroughs High had started a new boys' ice hockey team," Moise said. "So I had the idea that maybe we could field a team at Burbank High. "I figured it probably wouldn't be that hard." Moise couldn't have been more wrong. The job of beginning the Bulldog program has been a great deal of work and meant a lot of headaches for Moise and a dedicated group of parents.
NEWS
August 19, 2000
DARRELL SATZMAN Toss out the rote justifications such as defending the 1st Amendment and satisfying the"public's right to know," and the thing that draws many of us to to the Fourth Estate is an abiding sense of curiosity. Let's face it, journalists get a rush from being on the inside. So, with no greater motivation than an overpowering inclination toward voyeurism, I took the opportunity this week to get a close up view of history by attending the Democratic National Convention.
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