GPD Makes Another Arrest Connected to the YSL Flash Mob at the Americana

On September 20, the Glendale Police Department and the U.S. Marshals Apprehension Task Force, in conjunction with the Organized Retail Crime Task Force, arrested 21-year-old Brianna Jimenez of Los Angeles in the 300 block of Slauson Avenue in Los Angeles. Jimenez was arrested in the company of previously arrested YSL Flash Mob suspect,  Ivan Ramirez (23), of Los Angeles.  […]

Suicide Awareness and Prevention Showcased

Suicide Awareness and Prevention Showcased

September – National Suicide Awareness Month – provides the chance for local groups to highlight resources to prevent self harm. By Mary O’KEEFE September is National Suicide Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2021 more than four in 10 (42%) of students felt persistently sad or hopeless and […]

Workshops for Glendale’s Sustainability Plan

By Mary O’KEEFE The City of Glendale’s Office of Sustainability has recently launched a series of community workshops for the Climate Action & Adaptation Plan (CAAP). A CAAP is a comprehensive strategy developed to address the challenges posed by climate change, such as extreme weather events like heat waves and wildfires. It consists of a […]

Ceasefire Agreed After Azerbaijan’s Attack Against Artsakh

Ceasefire Agreed After Azerbaijan’s Attack Against Artsakh

By Mary O’KEEFE Azerbaijan sent troops into Armenian-controlled Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) on Tuesday. Azerbaijan is calling its military measures in Nagorno-Karabakh an “anti-terror” operation and stated it will not stop until the Karabakh’s ethnic Armenians surrender, according to BBC. On Wednesday morning, ethnic Armenian forces in Nargorno-Karakakh said they had agreed to a Russian proposal for […]


By Mary O’KEEFE Fifty-seven years ago, Disney released the first animated film of “Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree.” All my kids loved Winnie the Pooh but my middle child was obsessed. She would cuddle with her stuffed Pooh toy and bring him to her many, many tea parties that she hosted for friends […]

From the Desk of the Publisher <<< Robin Goldsworthy

To Purge … and How … or Not to Purge Many of you might have heard of “fall cleaning.” Like spring cleaning, fall cleaning is the chance to do a deep dive into cleaning. According to Homes & Gardens, these might include dusting shelves, furniture and décor; cleaning floors and rugs; cleaning ceiling fans and […]

Recounting Horrific – and Historic – Times

Recounting Horrific – and Historic – Times

By Mary O’KEEFE “It is important. It is very important because six million Jews were murdered. They can’t talk. We are the few survivors [who] are left. We have to talk for them,” said Joseph Alexander of why he travels the world to share his story of survival at the hands of Nazi Germany during […]


CVTC General Meeting The public is invited to the general meeting of the CV Town Council tonight, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. at the community room of the La Crescenta Library. Among the items on the agenda is a presentation by the Los Angeles County Tax Collector on short term rental regulations. The La Crescenta […]

Politics and Accusations at GUSD Meeting

By Lynn SHER The Glendale Unified School District (GUSD) had its monthly public board of education meeting on Sept. 12. After completing preliminary tasks, like introducing board members,  performing roll call and reciting the pledge of allegiance, presentations began with Dr. Narineh Khemichian, GUSD’s student wellness director. September is recognized as Suicide Prevention Month and […]

Suspect Arrested in Murder of Deputy

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gasón announced on Wednesday that charges have been filed in the murder of LA County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Clinkunbroomer. Kevin Cataneo Salazar, 29, was arrested on Monday. He is being accused of allegedly ambushing and shooting Clinkunbroomer, 30, on Saturday as the deputy waited at a red light in […]

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