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  • Differs with Ryan's view

    Following President Obama’s State of the Union Address, Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) certainly voiced what many are thinking: we are at a perilous place with our national debt and we need to deal with it responsibly. He and I have different ideas of what constitutes responsible action.
  • Ken Forsse dies at 77; Teddy Ruxpin creator attended Burbank High

    Ken Forsse dies at 77; Teddy Ruxpin creator attended Burbank High
    Talking toys have been around since at least 1960, when pull-the-string Chatty Cathy debuted. But Teddy Ruxpin, a cuddly teddy bear that hit stores in late 1985, marked a technological leap forward. Created by then-Granada Hills resident Ken Forsse, the...

    818 Roundup: Elephant Bar closes, pharmacist suspended, $6 million educational grant

    818 Roundup: Elephant Bar closes, pharmacist suspended, $6 million educational grant
    Good morning readers! Today is Monday, June 23. As you make your way through the fog of the morning and June Gloom, check out these headlines:  The California Board of Pharmacy has temporarily suspended a pharmacist who owns two drugstores in Glendale...

    The playhouse is the thing

    The playhouse is the thing
    When the Pasadena Playhouse filed for bankruptcy in 2010, closing its doors and some $2.3 million in debt, a leading player in its recovery and reopening later that year was Stephen Eich, the respected former managing director of both Chicago’s...

    Ron Kaye: Empty desks, a new way of life

    The email from Moody's credit rating service that popped up on my computer screen boggled my mind: Glendale was among 40 California cities that were downgraded or are facing downgrades, but Los Angeles and San Francisco could get upgrades. I'm an old...