Midweek, Wed. - Fri., Jan. 11 - 13, 2012 Balita
COMMUNITY CALENDAR 989-9379, Lourdes Faltado at (562) 864-2342, January 01-30, 2012
THE CHILDREN’S Hospital Los Angeles in partnership with St. Kevin and Precious Blood Church is looking for Filipino parents of children ages 6-12 years old who want to use positive discipline to promote the social and academic success of their children. If you are interested in participating in a study which includes a free, internation- ally recognized parent program called “The Incredible Years,” please contact Dr. Joyce Javier at
323.671.2093 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. ALEXIS ROAN celebrated her 19th birthday yesterday, January 10, 2011 in Glendale, CA. ANDRES... From page 9
- The presidential primary has officially been moved from February to June. California National Popular Vote Law
- All of California’s 55 electoral votes will ultimately go to the winner of the popular vote in U.S. presidential elections. AB 119 prevents insurance companies
from charging different rates for men and women for identical coverage. AB 1844—informally known as Chel-
sea’s Law and authored by local Assem- blyman Nathan Fletcher—will increase penalties, parole provisions and oversight of sex offenders, including a “one-strike, life-without-parole penalty” for some. AB 1871 allows people to lease out their cars when they are not being used— alleviating the need to purchase additional
AB 537 will make food stamps an acceptable form of payment at farmers markets through an EBT process. Mails.
AB 715 makes a change to the Cali- fornia Green Building Standards code. The change will require new California buildings to be energy efficient. SB 1449 makes the possession of one ounce of marijuana an infraction with a penalty of a $100 fine.
AB 12 allows foster youth to acquire state services until the age of 21. SB 1399 allows California to medically parole state prison inmates with physical incapacitating conditions and ultimately shift some of the cost of care to the federal government.
•SB 782 prevents landlords from evict- ing tenants who are victims of domestic or
Compensation is provided. January 14, 2012 ALL SANTO NINO devotees are invited to the 19th Annual Batangas Santo Nino Fiesta to be held on Saturday , January 14, 2012 at the St. Christopher Catholic Church located at 629 S. Glendora Avenue, West Covina, CA 91790. The celebration starts with the holy mass at 1 p.m., followed by the procession of the Santo Nino images to the parish hall and the coronation of the little princesses And the proclamation of the little princes. Let’s honor the santo nino and together have fun! Thank you so much and may our Beloved Patron , the Santo Nino, bless you and your family always. Come to the Fiesta and bring your family, your Mom and Dad. For more information, please contact Emma Gutierrez at (626) 913-5236; Delia Silang at (213) 484-0612; Dory Arceo at (818)
sexual abuse or stalking.
increase penalties, parole provisions and oversight of sex offenders, including a “one-strike, life-without-parole penalty” for some.
Additional insurance. •SB 1411 makes it a misdemeanor to maliciously impersonate someone via a social media outlet or through e-mails. •SB 1317 allows the state to slap par- ents with a $2,000 fine if their K-8 child misses more than 10 percent of the school year without a valid excuse. It also allows the state to punish parents with up to a year in prison for the misdemeanor . •AB 97 bans the use of trans-fats in
*** My deepest condolences to the family of Philippine Tourism – LA Deputy Director Manny Ilagan for the demise of her beloved mother, Corazon Vizconde
or Tony Panganiban at (714) 828-3904. January 21, 2012 PHILILPPINES’ number one folk singer Florante and jazz artists Tateng Katindig and Ner De Leon will lend their talents on January 21 when they perform live at Noypitz Bar &Restaurant for the benefit of Filipino journalists who became victims of typhoon Sendong. Organized by the members of Fili- pino-American media in Los Angeles led by Philippine Daily Inquirer U.S. correspondent Nimfa U. Rueda, the event, dubbed as Sining Para sa Bayan, will also feature visual artist Jess Española, who won an Emmy Award for his work in the cartoon series The Simpsons. Española promised to exhibit and sell his photo- graphs with proceeds going to the victims. To be hosted by Bernardo Bernardo and Jannelle So, host and producer of Kababayan LA, the event will start at 4 p.m. at the Noypitz patio where the silent auction and art and photo exhibits will take place. Ticket price for the event is $25 (admission only). Rueda said they expect a full house crowd, if not outright SRO (standing room only), as interests from sponsors and supporters began pouring in droves as of Thursday. Noypitz Bar & Restaurant is located at 933 N Brand Blvd. Glendale, CA 91202 (818-247- 6256). A Facebook fan page has also been cre- ated for the event and everyone is encouraged to visit the site. For ticket and other information, please call (562) 980-0705. February 10, 2012
GLENDALE Pops Orchestra Celebrates
Valentine’s Day with This is Romance featur- ing Kenny Loggins with Pops Artistic Director and Conductor Matt Catingub. The event will be held at the Alex Theatre, Glendale; 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203. Tickets are pegged at $26-$80. The world-class Glendale Pops Orchestra’s returns to the historic Alex Theatre with “This is Romance”, their first 2012 performance. Led by Grammy Award winning artistic director and conductor Matt Catingub and with performances by music superstar Kenny Loggins, you won’t want to miss this evening inspired by love, music and romance.
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