‘No Movement’: Art Installation at Glendale’s Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station

The community is invited to enjoy artist Erin Fussell’s art installation “No Movement” at the Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station, 1020 E. Palmer Ave. in Glendale continuing until Feb. 26.
“No Movement” celebrates and critiques the Streamline Moderne architecture of the Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station, which emphasizes speed at the early stages of […]

Violin and Piano Featured on Glendale Noon Concerts

On Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 12:10 p.m., the Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts program will be streamed.
Violinist Ken Aiso and pianist Valeria Morgovskaya will perform works by Francis Poulenc, including “Sonata for Violin and Piano,” Astor Piazzolla’s “Cafe-1930” from Histoire du Tango, and Claude Debussy “Sonata for Violin and Piano” on a Facebook stream and YouTube.
More […]

Safer in the Upside Down

Safer in the Upside Down

By Charly Shelton
With theme parks closed and live events largely canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, themed entertainment is pretty much non-existent right now. Into this desolate market came the “Stranger Things Drive-Into Experience” – a live theatre event viewed from the comfort of a car, based on the popular Netflix program, with no interaction […]

Scene in LA – January 2021

Well, the holidays are over and Los Angeles County is under lockdown once again with the highest number of COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic last March. Our hospitals are also at full capacity – which means that theaters are still not likely to resume live performances anytime soon.
As such, most surviving theaters […]

White and Suzuki Perform for Glendale Noon Concerts

On Wednesday, Jan. 20 at 12:10 p.m., the Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts program will be streamed.
Violinist Jacqueline Suzuki and pianist Brendan White will perform sonatas by Kirstin Fife (a premiere) and Johannes Brahms (No.3 in D minor) on a Facebook stream and YouTube.
There are many wonderful violinists on the world’s stages today, but not […]

Year in Review 2020: Travel & Leisure

Year in Review 2020: Travel & Leisure

By Charly SHELTON
Most years seem to fly by with the New Year ball dropping in behind us like the boulder from “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” But 2020 was the year spent inside as the days slowly dragged on … and on … with seemingly little good news interspersed.
But now that we’re (hopefully) approaching the […]

MVCOC Hosts Book Launch for Erskine

The Ambassadors Program of the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce is hosting a launch of Chris Erskine’s book, “Lavender In Your Lemonade” Tuesday, Dec. 29 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Each RSVP will be entered into a drawing to win a personalized/autographed copy of the book.
“Lavender in your Lemonade” is Erskine’s fourth published book, and […]

Favorite Christmas Concert Held Virtually

The Glendale City Church has, for decades, provided an outstanding Christmas concert enjoyed by the entire community. This year’s concert will be no different, except it will be virtual. The concert will premiere on the church’s YouTube channel (www.YouTube.com/c/GlendaleCityChurch) at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 18. The concert will include singers from the Glendale City […]

Scene in LA – December

As Los Angeles County enters the holiday season, the virus continues to be the focus of everyone’s attention and, unfortunately, this means that theaters are still not allowed to offer live performances.
However, theaters continue to expand their online platforms with more and more events to experience on a virtual level. These online events are often […]

Kwon to Perform for Glendale Noon Concerts

Praised for his bold, no-compromise manner of playing as well as his sensitivity in ensemble settings, the virtuosity and charismatic stage presence of Andrew Dae Yun Kwon has captivated audiences throughout the world. Born into a musical family, Kwon first began his studies on the violin in Korea with his father, who was a choir […]