Posts tagged as: Michael BRUER

Crescenta Commons Debut Rescheduled for March

Crescenta Commons Debut Rescheduled for March

By Michael BRUER
The property at the corner of Rosemont and Orange avenues continues to be underutilized as Life Scout Rhys Teff and other residents of La Crescenta determine  a rescheduled construction date for Crescenta Commons.
Hailing from Troop 288 and currently attending Crescenta Valley High School, Teff is looking forward to seeing the project come to [...]

GAMC Shares Inspiration at Valentine Luncheon

GAMC Shares Inspiration at Valentine Luncheon

Over 100 guests attend luncheon in Glendale featuring “Women of Jewelia”
By Michael BRUER
“Everything is circular. If you put it out there, it will come back to you,” said Tina Osborne, her words ringing through the Impressions Banquet Hall last week as guests dined on authentic Armenian cuisine. Guests were treated to a selection of appetizers [...]

St. Francis Celebrates Mission League Victory – Part II

St. Francis Celebrates Mission League Victory – Part II

By Michael BRUER
We conclude our interview with St. Francis varsity soccer coach Glen Appels who won his 400th game on Jan. 15, beating Crespi 2-1 for the Golden Knights’ first Mission League victory of the season.
Q: A lot of players growing  up in the soccer culture of California have to choose between playing for their [...]

CV Soccer Splits with Burbank Schools

CV Soccer Splits with Burbank Schools

By Michael BRUER
The Crescenta Valley High School soccer team won Wednesday’s matchup against Burbank High School 7-0, improving its record to 18-4-3, 7-3-1 in the Pacific League, holding firm as the third place team. Sevag Hamamah and Matt Ryan each scored two goals, and goalkeeper Adan Martinez made four saves.
The Falcons sought to exact their [...]

Rosemont Spartans Crush Wilson Knights

Rosemont Spartans Crush Wilson Knights

By Michael BRUER
The Rosemont Middle School Spartans’ flag football team notched their second shutout of the season on Jan. 30 with a dominating 20-0 victory over visiting Wilson.     The Spartans improved to 3-1 and travel to play Roosevelt this week. The team received two touchdowns from eighth-grade running back Louie Pintado, who opened the [...]

GAMC Prepares for Valentine Luncheon

GAMC Prepares for Valentine Luncheon

Proceeds from event will benefit Play to Learn pediatric medical center.
By Michael BRUER
On Wednesday, Feb. 12, the community is welcome and encouraged to enjoy a Valentine luncheon that features Armenian food and to participate in a silent auction at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. In addition, several members of the Women of Jewelia group will be [...]

Super Bowl XLVIII Predictions

Super Bowl XLVIII Predictions

Peyton’s legacy, Seattle’s defense and cold weather: CV Weekly’s sportswriters make their picks for the Big Game.

Brandon HENSLEY
The easiest Super Bowls to watch are the ones where your heart can sit comfortably without being pulled in every which way, where you don’t have to sit on the edge of your seat rooting for your favorite [...]

La Cañada City Council Meets with Supervisor Antonovich to Discuss Cross Town Trail Access Point

La Cañada City Council Meets with Supervisor Antonovich to Discuss Cross Town Trail Access Point

By Michael BRUER
Melinda Thompson and Bill Scherkey were confused. The La Cañada couple didn’t understand why the access point to the Cross Town Trail at the west end of Flanders Road in La Cañada Flintridge had been closed. The entrance lies directly in front of their home, and was closed by the L.A. County Parks [...]

Rosemont Middle School Edges Out Toll

Rosemont Middle School Edges Out Toll

By Michael BRUER
Led by their spirited coach James Mustain, the Rosemont Middle School flag football team secured its second win of the season last week with a 12-6 victory at Toll Middle School in Glendale. The win gave the Spartans a 2-1 record on the season and renewed confidence to build off of, heading into [...]

Spirited Fun at FSHA

Spirited Fun at FSHA

By Michael BRUER
The ritualized monotony of a given school week can be draining on the average teenager. It may be difficult to find one’s groove again following extended breaks such as the Christmas holiday. Throw in what some might consider the lackluster uniformity of the school dress code and you have a recipe for a [...]


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