Youth ages 14 and older can come to the event and participate in activities. The event, which is supervised by city staff, will include snacks and other refreshments. Scott will speak at the next meeting of the Glendale Art Assn. 10 in the community room at Citibank, 2350 Honolulu Ave., Montrose. Scott wrote a book titled "Sketching -- from Square One to Trafalgar Square" and his work has won multiple awards, appeared in numerous art and design magazines and has been profiled on NPR station KCRW. Cost is $5 for members, $7 for nonmembers.
While he said he couldn't recall specific instances of theft at the Montrose branch -- located at 2100 Montrose Ave. The chutes are then sealed with red caps, which are then padlocked. He also said postal-service customers at all branches should avoid dropping off letters at mailboxes when post offices are closed, including Sundays. The Montrose branch is also closed on Saturdays. "Almost all mail theft out of boxes occurs under the cover of darkness," he said. "You don't want your mail, especially your valuable mail, sitting there overnight.
As Montrose parent Sarah Rush was driving her daughter to Rosemont Middle School on Monday, it was Rush, not her daughter Amanda, who was experiencing a sudden sadness. That left the mother and daughter with only two weeks of summer to spare, Rush said. "It really clearly impacts families," Klas said. While some teachers support an earlier start date, others are against it, said Glendale Teachers Assn. 17 while La CaĆ±ada Unified schools began this week, where a similar petition to push back that district's start date is also circulating online.
Thursday at the Adult Recreation Center, 201 Colorado St., Glendale. Friday in Healy Hall at Holy Redeemer Church, 2361 Del Mar Road, Montrose. Sponsored by American Legion Post 288 and VFW Post 1614, proceeds will benefit veterans in the community. Visitors will tour the facility, learn about Glendale's sewage collection system and watch a sewage overflow emergency response by Glendale's Public Works Department. Next Thursday in the community room of the La Crescenta Library, 2809 Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta.
KNX 1070's Margaret Carrero reports the landscaping chosen by city officials to replace grassy areas in Montrose isn't sitting well with either customers and business owners.: It's all part of an effort by the city of Glendale to reach its state-mandated goal of reducing water usage by 20 percent ' a mandate, officials say, that required them to remove any grass landscaping not using reclaimed water. City spokesperson Tom Lorenz has heard the complaints and said they've worked closely with the business association to make some progress.