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A Minuscule Museum

Mysterious street artist “Dang Coffee” tells big stories in tiny spaces By Eddie Rivera, News Editor It’s likely you’ve only seen the work of anonymous Sunland-Tujunga artist “Dang Coffee” on Facebook. That would be understandable because few of his art installations are taller than about six inches high, and they are most likely located near…

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Abramyan: “‘Charges are ‘Ridiculous’”

Arrested STNC presidential candidate Arnie Abramyan maintains his innocence following Thursday’s arrest By: Eddie Rivera, News Editor Calling the charges “ridiculous,” and the search warrant “bogus,” Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council presidential candidate and business owner Arnie Abramyan maintained his innocence in an exclusive interview with The Foothill Record this evening. Abramyan was arrested by LAPD officers…

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Walking the Walk

Riverwood Ranch resident Art Miner believes in getting things done By: Eddie Rivera, News Editor How rooted to the community is Crow’s Nest Sports Grille owner and local resident Art Miner? His daughter, now in college, had the same Mt. Gleason Middle School English teacher. He laughed, as he recalled the teacher’s reaction to making…

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VIEWPOINT: LA Controller’s Demo Reboots Neighborhood Council Questions

By Joseph Mailander, Contributing Writer When City of Los Angeles controller Mark Galperin came to speak before the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council (STNC) on February 10, some community members and City Hall watchers were skeptical of the timing of the visit. After all, the host organization, led by its president, Mark Seigel, recently had been kicked out…

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