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Residents will take to the streets to celebrate the community's heritage and local businesses this weekend in the 40th annual Fiesta Days. The event, which honors La Canada Flintridge's Spanish roots, began in 1973 and has grown into a community-wide...
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I certainly did enjoy our balmy weekend. I decided to cure myself of cabin fever and settled into the backyard patio, where I plopped myself into the swing and basked in the warm sunshine. I thoroughly enjoyed the brief hiatus from winter. My dog,...
Sunday's Super Bowl XLVII is now history. It was an exciting game with plenty of brawling. In fact, for a minute I thought I was watching a hockey game. The halftime show lived up to the hype and the commercials did also. I really liked the Taco Bell...
Brian Sullivan spent New Year’s Eve surveying 40 floats covered in roses, carnations and fresh fruit. If he had the chance, he said, he’d do it all over again. Sullivan, the director of horticulture at La Caņada Flintridge’s Descanso...
A Pasadena father-son team wore matching brown jumpsuits Tuesday morning as they made the final push to get a dinosaur down Colorado Boulevard. With the work of Dwight Crumb, 64, and his son Dustin, 37, and a host of other volunteers, the La Caņada...
Seventeen debutantes sponsored by the La Caņada Thursday Club presented at Saturday's Bal Blanc de NoelFollowing a tradition going back more than six decades, the La Caņada Thursday Club held its Bal Blanc de Noel on Saturday, presenting debutantes who have spent 16 months preparing for the occasion as part of the club's Les Fleurettes program. The young...
Ann Neilson is mighty proud of her 42-foot-long, 18-foot-high brontosaurus. Neilson, the president of the La Caņada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn., said she swelled with pride on Tuesday when the city’s float, “Dino-Soar,” wheeled...
From its undulating neck and tail to its roller skates and improvised wings, the brontosaurus featured on La Caņada Flintridge's float in Tuesday's Rose Parade is designed to capture the hearts of the worldwide audience and, hopefully, Tournament of Roses...
Santa Claus was booked solid Friday night as about 100 children waited in line to wish for video game systems, dolls and candy during La Caņada Flintridge’s 18th annual Festival in Lights at Memorial Park. Snow, reindeer, caroling and the...
Madison Teodo had a lot on her plate before she became a member of the Tournament of Roses Royal Court last month. The La Caņada High School senior is captain of the Spartans varsity volleyball team. She volunteers at Verdugo Hills Hospital and with the...
Brian Sullivan loves plants, but 15 years ago that love was confined by an office job and a tiny apartment patio. Today Sullivan is director of horticulture at the renowned Descanso Gardens, and is preparing to serve as a judge in one of the world’...
Dustin Crumb doesn’t normally work on dinosaurs, but on Monday evening his official La Caņada Flintridge Tournament of Rose Assn. T-shirt was covered in grime from a long day of building a brontosaurus. Crumb, a mechanical engineer from Pasadena,...
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