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Search called off; Suspect at large

Search called off; Suspect at large

California Highway Patrol have released the name and photo of the suspect wanted in a burglary at Orchard Hardware Supply (OSH) and vehicle and foot pursuit that cordoned off a neighborhood in Montrose on Monday.
Lang Patrick Martinez, 37, of Simi Valley is suspected of entering OSH shortly before noon on Monday and walking out with [...]

What a difference a year makes

What a difference a year makes

A lot of things can and do happen in a year. Good things and bad things. Funny and sad. Some are exciting. Most, mundane. Some things you plan for and others catch you completely unprepared. Being a writer, I think a lot (far too much at times). One question I seem to wonder about often [...]

Not so happy anniversary

Not so happy anniversary

A whole year, already? Has it really been a year since the first tendrils of smoke curled skyward near the ranger station up Angeles Crest Highway? Since the gathering sirens of first responders broke the late summer stillness that usually hangs heavily over the Crescenta Valley?
Looking at the hills above us, you’d think the big [...]

In the swim of things

In the swim of things

Appropriately enough for the month of August, I’ve been thinking about swimming. Not that I’m even close to being a decent swimmer – as I mentioned in last week’s column. More than one lifeguard has, I’m sure, had to begrudgingly look away from the bronzed and bikinied bodies on the beach in order to keep [...]

Swimming against the tide

Swimming against  the tide

Unlike my wife, I’ve never wished that our home had a pool. Maybe that’s because she grew up with one in her backyard and I didn’t. I just remember hearing my dad say time and time again that pools were nothing but a hole in the ground that you keep throwing money into. Or that [...]

School of mixed messages

School of mixed messages

Even though I’ve written here more than once about all of my kids having finished their time under the care and teaching of the Glendale Unified School District, I still have one bit of unfinished business – a last unpicked bone, if you will. The incident in question was the Class of 2010’s senior prom, [...]

Vacation memories in a flash

Vacation memories in a flash

Last week, I mentioned that we still have not seen the majority of the pictures from our family’s summer vacation. They’ve been transferred over from the camera’s compact flash card to a file folder on the portable hard drive – so at least they’re not technically “still in the camera.”
How bad has our delayed photo [...]

Someday my prints will come

Someday my prints will come

It’s summer time. Do you know where your vacation photos are? If you’re like many people, they’re probably still in the camera. If you’re like me, even your pictures from last summer are still in the camera. Let me explain.
When I was growing up (a process many who know me will say has yet to [...]

Car Chase Ends Off Ocean View

Car Chase Ends Off Ocean View

By Mary O’KEEFE
Theodore Norman Walton, 46, pled not guilty to charges of felony evading and unlawful driving or taking of a vehicle during a Tuesday arraignment in Los Angeles Superior Court, said Jane Robison, spokeswoman for L.A. County district attorney.
Walton was arrested after he led LAPD officers on a car chase that began on College [...]

From one to none

From one to none

Last Friday as the sun set behind the Verdugo Mountains which tower over the baseball diamond at Stengel Field, a door closed. A long and storied season officially ended for my family. After 24 continuous years, we no longer have a child in the Glendale Unified School District. I’m sure that, the rooted nature of [...]


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