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La Caņada was one of the first communities in Los Angeles County to lend books to residents, setting up a library at the back of a general store in 1913. The library was located at the intersection of Union and Michigan avenues, near the current...
I had a play date with my daughter, Heather, on Mother's Day weekend, a fun escape to San Francisco. On Saturday, the morning fog blanketed the city and the foghorns called out their mournful cry, giving the city such an eerie feeling. Just as the fog...
La Caņada was one of the first communities in Los Angeles County to lend books to residents, setting up a library at the back of a general store in 1913. The branch was located at the intersection of Union and Michigan avenues, near the current Foothill...
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Two young women who attend La Caņada High School and aspire to work in the healthcare industry are to be honored with other active community volunteers at the Les Tupper Awards next week. Honored this year are Huntington Hospital volunteer Andrea Klein;...
Tickets are on sale now for the annual La Caņada Spring Home Tour, which this year takes place on Friday, May 3 and features local properties in a variety of architectural styles. “We have four terrific homes lined up for our guests to tour this...
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I’m still at loss for words trying to express the essence of the La Caņada High School choral artists’ Cantemus tour through Central Europe. If you remember, when I last wrote, the choir had just finished singing in Bratislava, Slovakia....
It's 8 a.m. in Austria. The MS Mozart, queen of the Danube, glides through the current, passing abbeys, cathedrals and villages from the 13th century. The snowflakes fall and nothing stirs from the quaint little houses with the steeple roofs. It is a...
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Last week was challenging for a guy like me. It was the culmination of Fine Arts Week at La Caņada High. My wife, Kaitzer, detailed an operational plan that rivaled Napoleon’s when he invaded Russia. I was given a cumbersome list of picks-ups and...
A La Caņada Flintridge professor was recently named a Women of the Year by the California Legislative Women’s Caucus for her contributions to California. Frances Arnold was nominated by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) for her...
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I had the lead role in the fifth-grade St. Patrick's Day play at Saint Frances of Rome School. But my career ended when I threw Thomas Thouey off the stage for saying something nasty about my momma. I could have been a Shakespearean actor, but I was...
In response to the death of a student at La Caņada High School Friday afternoon, the school district canceled all events over the weekend. Also canceled was the PTA Founders Day Awards ceremony, which had been scheduled for Wednesday night in the high...
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The creative talents of a junior high poet, a high school photographer and an elementary school composer are taking the students to the state level of the annual PTA Reflections competition. The three are Noah Trong, a La Caņada Elementary School fourth-...
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