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“We're safe on Mars.” La Caņada Flintridge's connection to the heavens made for a sensational story in 2012, as Jet Propulsion Laboratory safely landed the NASA rover Curiosity on the Red Planet. JPL engineer Al Chen made the announcement...
Local business and medical professionals are hopeful that the planned merger of Verdugo Hills Hospital into USC's Keck Medical Services will bring an infusion of resources to the facility on Verdugo Boulevard. Wes Seastrom, chairman of the La Caņada...
Yay! Summer is here, and that means the outdoor music venues are tuning up. The peacocks are vocalizing with the Pasadena Pops orchestra in their new home at the Los Angeles Arboretum in Arcadia with programs in July, August and September; Music at the L....
Tags: Richard Riordan, Potatoes, Breads, Entertainment, Steaks
Wow! Most of us made it home safely, even though “Carmageddon” threatened to bring us to a standstill. At least the various media outlets gave us enough warning that we might want to experience an “at-home mini-vacation.” With...
Tags: Human Interest, Potatoes, Travel, Elections, JetBlue Airways
Happy 2011, everyone! In spite of my advanced years, I was able to stay awake and greet the new year with a sparkling flute of bubbly and great expectations. At 8 a.m. on New Year's Day, I was quite cozy in bed with my eiderdown over me and dog Lola...
Tags: Human Interest, Asia, Nolan Gould, Entertainment, Elections
While most of his friends were spending their summers on the beach, Amir Mojarradi, a senior at La Caņada High, did something just a bit more exotic: He trekked the Amazonian jungle. Last year, Mojarradi won a Los Angeles County science fair for his...
A Southern California Edison subcontractor and noted ornithologist died Wednesday after falling 200 feet while conducting surveying work in rugged terrain north of Mt. Wilson. Michael San Miguel, 70, of Arcadia, was working on an environmental survey in...
Visitors who look skyward at San Diego's Wild Animal Park are now seeing more than the usual assortment of exotic birds. Up in the sky about six stories above the brown hillside is a new kind of flying species soaring overhead at about 40 mph, swooping to...
The on-again, off-again protected status of wolves in the Lower 48 continues, as it appears that the expected de-listing of gray wolves in the United States has been placed on indefinite hold. The Associated Press reported that the U.S. Fish and Wildife...
Tags: Conservation, Environmental Issues, Wildlife
Lehigh Valley WildThe Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has designated a new Wild Plant Sanctuary in Bloom Township, Clearfield County. Bilger’s Rocks, a property managed by the Bilger’s Rocks Association, has been accepted into...
Lehigh Valley WildThe NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is inviting the public to attend an upcoming Webinar on the Landscape Project, an interactive ecosystem-based mapping tool that assists government agencies, planners, conservation groups, the public and others in...
Three men could face charges after a year-old video of a diver jumping into a canal onto two manatees surfaced on Facebook and YouTube Monday. The video — recorded in a residential Cocoa Beach neighborhood — shows the most egregious of...
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