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  • Letter: Comparing GUSD to the Russian leader

    The ongoing debate between the Glendale Unified School District and the La Cañada Unified School District brings to mind the struggle the world is experiencing with Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, who is hell-bent on achieving power at the expense of logic and peace. It is difficult to understand this man’s motives. I also have the same difficulty trying to understand the motives of the Glendale school board members who are behaving in a very Putinistic manner in their negotiations with peace-loving LCUSD board members over the Sagebrush area transfer of students.
  • Russian filmmakers focus on Green family's organ donation story

    Russian filmmakers focus on Green family's organ donation story
    In the past two decades, La Cañada resident Reg Green has gotten really comfortable with the word “yes.” He’s become a spokesman for organ donation after the 1994 death of his 7-year-old son, Nicholas, during a family vacation in...

    The Valley Line: A fabulous night at the opera

    The Valley Line: A fabulous night at the opera
    Women in exquisite formal gowns and glittering jewels accompanied by gentlemen in tuxedos were the center of attraction for photographers as the flash of their cameras lit up the night. It was the opening night, Sept. 17, at the Music Center’s...

    The Valley Line: Finding friends and neighbors in a small world

    The Valley Line: Finding friends and neighbors in a small world
    Slowly but surely, I'm seeing the places in the world that have intrigued me. I have just returned from a fascinating journey to Russia, a place I have wanted to visit for a very long time. The most important city for me to visit was St. Petersburg....

    Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Women of vision make a difference

    I remember the day as though it were yesterday. It was Oct. 12, 1960. Nikita Khrushchev banged his shoe like a tyrant while addressing the United Nations as he proclaimed that Russia would dominate America. At the time I was a member of Boy Scout Troop...