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  • All Health's Breaking Loose: Latest Research on the Bacteria that Keeps You Going

    We relate well to body markers we can see and quantify because they make sense. So, many fitness- related studies are focused on muscle, bone, endurance, and so forth. But there is a vital, essential feature about you that gets little credit. It’s...
  • The case of the Clint Eastwood cutout and an unknown hombre

    The case of the Clint Eastwood cutout and an unknown hombre
    Reg Green of La Cañada Flintridge enjoys a brisk early morning hike, and that's what he was doing in the hills behind Descanso Gardens when he came upon an imposing figure standing motionless on the trail. Green, 83, was briefly alarmed, then realized...
  • 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 road in Angeles National Forest; survivors sought

    Search-and-rescue teams were looking for possible survivors Wednesday after a car apparently plunged 400 feet off California 39 into the Morris Reservoir in the Angeles National Forest. L.A. County fire officials said they did not know when the car...
  • Don Rhymer, local TV and film writer, dies at 51

    Don Rhymer, local TV and film writer, dies at 51
    Don Rhymer, 51, a prolific writer for television and movies, whose credits include the animated hits "Rio" and "Surf's Up," died Wednesday of cancer at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center, said longtime friend Dave Gallagher. Born in Union, S.C.,...
  • 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...
  • U.S. Forest Service rejects firefighting aircraft study

    U.S. Forest Service rejects firefighting aircraft study
    The U.S. Forest Service is dismissing a study it commissioned that recommends a major overhaul in its approach to fighting wildfires, suggesting swapping out expensive retardant-dropping air tankers in favor of less costly water-scooping planes. A Rand...
  • 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...
  • Putting teachers to the test

    A Sunday Los Angeles Times article has sparked debate across California about whether teachers should be evaluated based on their students' test scores. The article collected data over a seven-year span and analyzed more than 6,000 elementary school...
  • In Theory: Is America Islamophobic?

    Last week's Time magazine cover story by Bobby Ghosh reported that "hate speech against Muslims and Islam is growing both more widespread and more heated," with protests against a mosque in lower Manhattan and the building of other mosques elsewhere not...