Monthly Archives: September 2014

McGroarty Arts Center

Challenges Face McGroarty

Challenges Face McGroarty Arts center faces financial, management struggles   By Eddie Rivera     The recent resignation of Roy Mueller as the executive director of McGroarty Arts Center (MAC) and the laying off of Development and Communications Director Susan Bowen due to staff “restructuring” are telling indications of financial and management problems at the…


Outside Looking In

By Joseph F. Mailander Guest Columnist   Char Miller had to laugh when he read that California governor Jerry Brown might be following his father’s legacy by bringing an enormous water project, Proposition 1 (Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014), before California voters this November. “[Brown’s] father’s legacy is actually concrete ditches…


The More I Learn

By David Riemer Guest Columnist   One thing I learned early in life was that if I ever found myself in a hole, I should stop digging. The more one digs, the deeper the hole gets and the harder it is to get out. Some people never learn this lesson. Our local high school, Verdugo…

A Message to Our Readers

A Message to Our Readers We are pleased to present The Foothill Record, a free monthly newspaper serving the communities of Sunland-Tujunga, Shadow Hills, and Lake View Terrace. Our mission is to present real news for a real community. We strive for balanced and fair accounts of what is happening in the foothills and beyond….

Cyber Bullying

Stop Cyberbullying Before It Starts   Today’s teens use technology more than ever. Most have high-speed Internet access, which they use to send instant messages to their friends, create blogs and online videos, keep personal profiles on social networking websites, share photos, and more. Many teens also have cell phones and spend hours text-messaging friends….

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