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  • Around Town: Yossi Klein Halevi comes to town

    Around Town: Yossi Klein Halevi comes to town
    Last week, New Republic contributing editor, Yossi Klein Halevi, came to town. I was surprised to see other La Cañadans in the crowd when Halevi spoke at Valley Beth Shalom synagogue in Encino, but on further reflection, my reaction was misplaced. La...
  • In Theory: When do we develop spirituality?

    According to an article published last week in the Los Angeles Times, a long-term study conducted by three UCLA researchers and recently published in a new book reveals that college can be the best time for students to discover themselves spiritually. The...
  • The Valley Line: Peering into the orchestra's Crystal Ball

    The Valley Line: Peering into the orchestra's Crystal Ball
    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...
  • Piece of Mind: One Valley Sun edition shrinks, another grows

    To provide readers with a heftier dose of La Cañada-specific news on Sundays — a transformation that will go live on April 1, no fooling — we've been doing some shape-shifting with the Thursday paper. If you're a regular reader, you've no...
  • Take Five: Protecting your financial future

    A few weeks ago I met with La Cañadans David Penniall and Robert Bender.  Both men have a combined 100 years in financial planning and investment strategies. I wanted to get their take on the current economic challenges we all face in these increasingly...
  • Around Town: The foodies' road map

    Summer’s here and it’s time to drive U.S. Route 99, also known as the Golden State Highway, to Cutler, Calif. People in a hurry or otherwise uninterested in Central Valley destinations prefer the I-5 as a north-south route. but the I-99 has...
  • L.A. Walks: Cherry Canyon in La Cañada Flintridge

    L.A. Walks: Cherry Canyon in La Cañada Flintridge
    This is a short, steep hike that begins on a trail amid the mansions of La Cañada Flintridge, with massive mountain and city views — a real workout with a real payoff. Drive into the area by taking the 2 or the 210 Freeway, exiting Verdugo or...
  • Car plunges off Angeles Crest Highway

    A car plunged off the side of Angeles Crest Highway above Altadena on Saturday morning, falling about 100 feet but leaving the driver largely unscathed, authorities said. California Highway Patrol officers arrived on scene to find the man sitting outside...
  • Station Fire response damaged golf course, lawsuit alleges

    Station Fire response damaged golf course, lawsuit alleges
    Add another item to the list of damages from the huge 2009 Station fire: the pumps for the golf course lakes at the La Canada Flintridge Country Club. In a lawsuit filed Monday against the federal government, the club says the pilots of firefighting...
  • Crime report, April 1: Truck with 50 copies of the Times stolen

    La Cañada Flintridge 920 Foothill Blvd.: A woman's wallet was stolen from her purse while she shopped at Sprouts Market between 3 and 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 23. A credit card from the wallet was later used to obtain a $4,000 cash advance. 5500 block of...
  • Around Town: There was a wizard among us

    Most nights, I drive my car up and down Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, sucked into a dilemma. I am not alone. Miss Audrey Hepburn, our rescue dog, relaxes in the passenger seat. Sprouts or Trader Joe's? Trader Joe's or Sprouts? Ever since...
  • Reforestation not taking hold in land burned by Station fire

    Reforestation not taking hold in land burned by Station fire
    A year ago,  U.S. Forest Service crews planted nearly a million pine and fir trees in the San Gabriel Mountains to try to reclaim land scorched clean by the devastating Station fire. Most of them shriveled up and died within months, as skeptics had...