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The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press

September 22, 2009
Rabbi Simcha Backman, right, blows the Shofar during a Tashlich ceremony as part of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, at the Japanese Gardens at Brand Park Monday. Tashlich is a ceremony where Jews symbolically cast away their sins by throwing bread into a body of water. (Scott Smeltzer/News-Press)

Rabbi Simcha Backman, right, blows the Shofar during a Tashlich ceremony as part of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, at the Japanese Gardens at Brand Park Monday. Tashlich is a ceremony where Jews symbolically cast away their sins by throwing bread into a body of water. (Scott Smeltzer/News-Press)

Celebrating the Jewish New Year
Jewish religious leaders with the Chabad Jewish Center celebrated Rosh Hashana on Monday night at the Brand Park Japanese Tea Garden by casting off sins into the water.

Get into the wing of things
BURBANK — It pays in hot wings to be steady customers of AMC Theatre, one couple learned Monday morning.

Police group trims meetings
CITY HALL — The Glendale Police Advisory Council members announced Monday evening that the group originally set up as a bridge between the public and the Police Department would reduce its meeting schedule from monthly to quarterly.

Habitat steps up fund drive
CENTRAL GLENDALE — Habitat for Humanity is hoping its plan to add an affordable-housing development here will persuade residents, businesses and community groups to defy penny-pinching trends as organizers ramp up a fundraising drive for the project.

Stacking up to the best
Once Hakop Kaplanyan hears the opening whistle, he’s in full control.

GCC takes fourth place
GLENDALE — Entering the program’s third season, Glendale Community College women’s golf Coach Kirt Kohlmeier had high expectations that included possibly contending for a Western State Conference championship.

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