Infrastructure: City making investment to replace aging sewer pipes.
Cameras: Tak Miyagishima worked at Panavision for more than 50 years.
Expansion: Glendale Adventist Medical Center will finish its west tower this year.
Recipients: Valley Care Community Consortium received a Kaiser grant.
Locations: Gary Onyshko (front) and his team at Real to Reel Inc. have developed a reputation for providing hospitals for television and film production in Los Angeles.
Viewing: Original programming for family-friendly audiences is a way Crown Media sets itself apart from other cable networks, said Bill Abbott, network president/CEO.
Pilot: Larry Welk, of Angel City Air.
Campus: Students will start using the larger, more visible facility this month.
Product: Anthony doors prevent spoilage.
Technology: A customer learns how to use the recently launched iRICELL 1500.
Movies: Laemmle BLVD opened on Aug. 11.
Deals: Five Guys Burgers and Fries recently opened in Simi Valley. Franchisee owners will open in Northridge next month.
Attorney Fred Gaines (left) meets with client Ira Handelman at Gaines & Stacey in Encino.
Giveaway: ValleyCrest Gardener Alejandro Lerma Zea (middle) wins truck.
Animals: Veterinarian Kym Mitchell greets one of her patients at her clinic.
Wings: The Hooters location in Thousand Oaks plans to hire 100 workers.
Supply: Aircraft parts move through a Wesco facility.