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Tickets are on sale now for the annual La Cañada 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...
Despite what the calendar told us, we enjoyed yet another summer-like weekend. A spritz of rain and a fun, short-lived hailstorm earlier last week had me searching out a sunny spot to bask in this past Saturday and Sunday. My dog, Lola, already beat me to...
Businesses in La Cañada Flintridge that are planning an exterior repaint will have to run their color choice by City Hall first, the City Council decided this week. The council on Tuesday unanimously approved the first reading of an amendment to city&...
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Local property owners who have been looking to the city to enact an historic property preservation program under the Mills Act will have to wait a bit longer, as the City Council this week sent a proposed ordinance back to staff for refinement....
I loved Monday’s rainstorm. I lived in Seattle for several years, and while there, acquired a rainy day state of mind. However, last week that fair city was snowed-in. Old friends who still live there said their back yard looked like a winter...
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City officials last week got their first glimpse at plans for a campus makeover at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. The private, all-girls Catholic high school on St. Katherine Drive has hired Pica + Sullivan, a Los Angeles firm, to design a four-phase...
Tags: Human Interest, Architecture, Schools, Arts and Culture, Schools
If there is a more beautiful city in California than Santa Barbara, we have yet to find it. Broad beaches are set against lush vegetation and a hilly landscape that is nestled just in front of the picturesque Santa Ynez Mountains. An abundance of...
The La Cañada Irrigation District is in hot water with a local resident over its refusal to offer flow tests that provide pressure data. Because of a state fire code change at the start of the year, John Caire, a Lombardy Drive property owner, needs a...
It’s got a name, it’s got a view and it’s got a famed architect who echoed the work of Frank Lloyd Wright in his design. And it’s on the market. The Endicott home, named for the first family that lived there, was designed in...
La Cañada Flintridge officials are considering whether to launch a voluntary historic preservation program for buildings in the city. The program would, if adopted, provide property-tax relief in exchange for guarantees that those savings would be...
La Cañada Flintridge City Council members are considering an urgency ordinance that would extend building permits for construction projects that have faced delays or work stoppage, but would establish an expedited timeline for their completion. A...
Tags: Real Estate, House Building, Arts and Culture, Land Price, Homes
Koko Hovaguimian, an alumnus of St. Francis High School, is exhibiting his Renaissance Series collection of artwork at Stephanie's Art Gallery in La Ca¿¿ada. "Typically when I'm painting, I like to work in series. This one was the Renaissance Series,"...
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