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  • Monday's Highlights: 'American Masters' on KOCE

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 17 - 23 in PDF format TV listings for the week of April 17 - 23 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Reading L.A.: A Reyner Banham classic turns 40

     
    This month Reading L.A. arrives at a major milestone: "Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies," written by the British architectural historian and critic Reyner Banham and published in 1971. As it turns 40 this year, the book remains --......
  • John Muir audiobook celebrates summer in the Sierras

     
    An audio version of John Muir's memoir My First Summer in the Sierras is being released 100 years after its first publication....
  • National Parks offer free admisssion on Sept. 24, 2011

     
    This September 24, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, invite Americans to go for a walk, kick a ball, plant a tree, or simply relax in a national park in observance of...
  • Event shows what Glendale High has to offer

    A joint PTSA and Cluster meeting at Glendale High recently included guests from Wilson and Roosevelt middle schools. Guests from area elementary schools were also invited for an evening of food, entertainment and information about the many quality...
  • Implement a policy of pedestrian safety

    Cars injure and kill our children ("Wilson student injured in collision," Dec 7). In the last two months, three students have been hit by cars in front of Glendale schools (Rosemont Middle School, John Muir Elementary and Wilson Middle School). Neither...
  • A via ferrata makes scaling a vertical face like climbing a jungle gym

  • At California's four national monument candidates, the delight is in the details

    At California's four national monument candidates, the delight is in the details
    My aha! moment came after Andy Steele told me to close my eyes and grope a tree. Steele, a retired forest ranger and naturalist at Grand Targhee Resort in Wyoming, then had me eat a few pine needles and kneel in the snow to see whether a squirrel...
  • New Burroughs position for Nicol

    Doug Nicol knows a little about running a successful high school program. For 11 seasons, ending in 2004, Nicol helped the Burroughs High girls' basketball team thrive. Along with turning out all-league and All-CIF Southern Section athletes, his teams...
  • Live grenade found at Glendale Community College Garfield campus

    SOUTH GLENDALE — Los Angeles County Sheriff's bomb investigators on Thursday safely detonated a live Vietnam-era grenade that was unearthed by construction crews at a Garfield Avenue satellite campus for Glendale Community College. The discovery...
  • Hiking the Sierra with three llamas and a baby

    Hiking the Sierra with three llamas and a baby
    I wouldn't call it a vacation, exactly. Any time you have three pet llamas and a 3-year-old and you're covering 30 miles in less than a week, it's like, well, let's call it an adventure. My wife, Amber, and I and our high-energy daughter Ediza spent a...
  • Friday Night Lights In The Morning: Burbank HS vs John Muir HS

    Gayle Anderson was live in Bubank for her latest FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS IN THE MORNING segment, spotlighting our local high school football teams. This Friday's spotlight is on tonight's high school football game between the Burbank High School Bulldogs vs...