FWPC Headed to National Junior Olympics

Falcon Water Polo Club, based in La Crescenta, has qualified three teams for the 2011 U.S. Water Polo Junior Olympics to be held Aug. 4-7 in Irvine. The FWPC 18 & Under team qualified for the Junior Olympics at the Coastal Zone Qualifications held recently in Pomona. FWPC placed fifth out of a field of […]

Kana Pipeline Wins CSA Mustang Championship

Coming into the final three games of CSA’s playoff tournament with each game a win or go home affair, Kana faced the only two teams that had beaten them during the regular season. At the forefront of this challenge was knowing that the road to victory went through IOTEC, which had dismantled Kana in their […]

Rountree Takes CSA Pinto Championship

The 2011 CSA Pinto League championship game between Round Table Pizza & Rountree Glass took place on June 13. Both teams had winning seasons with respective standings in first and second place at the end of the regular season. After double elimination in the play-offs with all seven teams in the league, Rountree Glass won […]

Angelenos to Host All-Star Game

By Michael YEGHIAYAN Local baseball team the Glendale Angelenos will be hosting the California Collegiate League’s annual All-Star Game on Wednesday, July 13 at Stengel Field. The Angelenos, the newest addition to the CCL, are halfway through their inaugural season in the developmental league. The game will be broadcast by Fox Sports West and is […]

CV Weekly On The Move!!

Celebrating the recent reopening of Angeles Crest Highway is CV-CERT Team 2 captain Michael Powers. “One of my favorite hikes is to the top of Mt. Waterman from Buckhorn campground,” Mike said. When you travel, take CV Weekly with you. Share your photo and you might find your picture here on the pages of the […]

Hot Rods – and Hot Weather – Roar Through Montrose for Holiday Show

By Ted AYALA Even soaring temperatures and sweltering humidity couldn’t keep away local residents and car buffs from the Montrose Shopping Park’s annual Independence Day Block Party Classic Car and Hot Rod Show on Sunday. Though the heat was already pushing into triple digits by late morning, crowds still swirled and walked along Honolulu Avenue, […]


Question About Today’s Real Estate? Ask Phyllis! Are short sales quicker the second time around? Dear Phyllis, My husband and I have been looking at homes for about six months. Because of all of the horror stories we have heard, we have tried to avoid short sales. But there are so many out there and […]

Jang, Chia Take First Place in Golf Classic

The local qualifier for the Trusted Choice Big I Junior Golf Classic was held at the Oakmont Country Club on June 21. This event was hosted by the Insurance Agents and Brokers of Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena. First place in the boys’ division was captured by UC Berkeley bound Robin Jang shooting a score of […]

By Charly SHELTON Just to start off, let me say I am a huge Green Lantern fan. I have read all the comics and I wear the ring every day, no matter what. I am dressing as Hal Jordan at Comic Con and I will say the oath every chance I get, whether it is […]

Glendale Pops Swings at the Americana

By Ted AYALA Matt Catingub and the Glendale Pops Orchestra were a snug fit amidst the retro-themed décor of the Americana at Brand during their “Summer Night Swing” concert on Thursday night, June 30. The Americana’s architecture, a kind of idealized throwback to art deco styles of the 1920s and 1930s, was a most convivial […]