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Rick Caruso

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  • Mailbag: Board's promises hold no water

    The residents of Crescenta Valley have to wake up and smell the water. The recent article in the Glendale News-Press on raising water rates should have alarmed us as customers and ratepayers ("CV water rates may rise, Aug. 26). I don't see any concern...
  • Hotel owner hasn't been much help

    I read your editorial ("Redefining 'blighted,'" Dec. 4) about the Americana at Brand and wanted to comment. Ray Patel, who owns the Golden Key Hotel, has stood in the way of progress in Glendale for as long as I can remember. He has fought everything,...
  • Caruso sets sights on Las Vegas

    Caruso sets sights on Las Vegas
    One of the world's biggest casino operators has hired Los Angeles shopping center magnate Rick Caruso to develop a $550-million retail and entertainment district in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip crowned by an enormous Ferris wheel. Caruso, who is...
  • Float design process scrutinized

    Float design process scrutinized
    Unhappy with a circus elephant-themed float already being built for Glendale’s entry in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, several City Council members this week said they wanted to change the way future designs are picked and funded. The...
  • Unclassified Info: Facing the elephant in the parade

    As some of you may know, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) gathered last week near City Hall to protest the design of our beloved and sacred Rose Parade float. It seems the group, which has long advocated for the rights of animals, is...
  • On the Radar: We prefer animals over buildings, Rick Caruso slammed and weekend shows

    On the Radar: We prefer animals over buildings, Rick Caruso slammed and weekend shows
    Are you a cat person or a dog person? Or are you just not an animal person? According to a recent CalTech study, our brains are hardwired to react to creatures of the nonhuman kind. CalTech and UCLA researchers found that neurons throughout the brain's...
  • Where have the gadflies been?

    City Council candidate Mike Mohill's criminal record is relevant to his character, ethics and suitability for public office (“Candidate's criminal history becomes public,” March 10). However, let's also bear in mind that he has paid his...
  • Nordstrom will move to Americana

    Nordstrom will move to Americana
    Developer Rick Caruso expanded his Glendale retail empire Wednesday with the announcement that he has purchased the Nordstrom site at the Glendale Galleria and will move the high-end retailer to the Americana at Brand in 2013. Caruso also sent a...
  • Rick Caruso speaks out

    This is great time for the city of Glendale. On Wednesday, our company, Caruso Affiliated, announced the expansion of the Americana at Brand to include a brand new Nordstrom store (“Nordstrom will move to Americana,” March 17). At the same...
  • Caruso's reach may benefit Galleria

    The dramatic move by Rick Caruso to buy the Nordstrom site at the Glendale Galleria and move the high-end retailer to what will be an expanded Americana at Brand could mean more than just a major reshuffle. For roughly two years, the massive “black...
  • Revisiting the rangers' role

    The articles “Indulging a passion for open space” on March 16 and “Council picks new parks chief” on March 17 reminded me of how valuable our parks leadership and staff is, and how grateful I am for their dedication to enhancing...
  • Caruso is bullish on Brand

    Borders bookstore, with its three-story curved glass front looming over Broadway and Brand Boulevard, is on its last legs, selling everything not bolted down as its corporate parent descends into bankruptcy. Adjacent shopping centers, the Glendale...