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  • Crescenta Valley Water District eyes bump in water rates

    Roughly a year after the Crescenta Valley Water District ratcheted up water and sewer rates, the water provider is considering another set of increases. Officials have proposed a 5.8% jump for water beginning July 1 and two years of boosts for sewer...
  • Direct Energy Wants A Nest (Thermostat) In Every Home

    Nest Labs Inc., the smart thermostat company, has partnered with a national electricity supplier to get their devices in more Connecticut homes. The power company, Direct Energy, will offer the Nest Learning Thermostat for free to customers who enter...
  • Mosaic for 210 Freeway sound walls will be La Cañada's largest art installation

    Mosaic for 210 Freeway sound walls will be La Cañada's largest art installation
    As construction crews work to erect sound walls along La Cañada segments of the 210 Foothill Freeway, one locally known artist is in the process of creating an art piece that will grace a portion of the finished project. Miriam Balcazar, a ceramics...
  • Italo Auteur Matteo Garrone Talks About His 'Tale of Tales' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Italo auteur Matteo Garrone, a two-time winner of the Cannes Grand Prix for "Gomorra" in 2008 and "Reality" in 2011, has just started shooting in Sicily on English-language fantasy/horror film "The Tale of Tales." In an exclusive interview Garrone spoke...
  • Wooden coaster war heats up with Six Flags Great America's Goliath debut

    Wooden coaster war heats up with Six Flags Great America's Goliath debut
    Six Flags Great America will launch the latest salvo in the ongoing wooden coaster war this summer with the addition of a steel-wood hybrid aimed squarely at dethroning the reigning king and knocking the heir apparent down a notch. Set to debut at the...
  • Google opens sales of Glass to adults in U.S., keeps $1,500 price tag

    Google opens sales of Glass to adults in U.S., keeps $1,500 price tag
    Google has finally opened up sales of its Glass wearable device to any adult in the U.S., but the gadget remains in a beta phase and is still priced at $1,500. Any adult living in the U.S. who is interested in purchasing Google's futuristic glasses...
  • 'No Place to Hide' a vital discussion on Snowden's revelations

    Glenn Greenwald's "No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State" comes with a built-in challenge: creating a sense of drama when we all know the basics of the tale. In December 2012, the Rio de Janeiro-based journalist,...
  • Diggerland amusement park lets kids operate construction equipment

    Diggerland amusement park lets kids operate construction equipment
    A hands-on amusement park where kids are allowed to operate heavy machinery and ride on the business ends of construction equipment sounds wildly inventive, thrilling, dangerous, litigious and profitable. Set to open June 14, the construction-themed...
  • Steve Ballmer 'personable,' 'intense,' but legacy at Microsoft mixed

    Steve Ballmer 'personable,' 'intense,' but legacy at Microsoft mixed
    That Steve Ballmer is buying a sports franchise is no surprise to anyone who worked with him over the many decades he was at Microsoft. As a boy, born and raised in Detroit, he badly wanted to play basketball, but ended up a manager for his high...
  • On Mother's Day, ditch the quest for simplicity

    On Mother's Day, ditch the quest for simplicity
    This is the Mother's Day I finally give up on simplifying. No longer will I subject myself to "Embrace what really matters!" articles, which I've been known to scan furiously during my son's swim lesson, which wraps up 15 minutes before my daughter's...
  • Glendale nonprofits see drop in federal funding

    Once again, federal funding for local nonprofits was cut as federal dollars earmarked for social services shrink each year. This year, Glendale received about $1.6 million, or 10% less than last year, for its Community Development Block Grant program,...
  • Videos feature council hopefuls

    Videos feature council hopefuls
    Tired of the traditional format of candidate forums hosted at a church, community center or country club, members of one local group decided to take their questions for this year’s City Council candidates to a different community gathering space:...