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My mother was a cross between Genghis Khan and Morgan le Fay and all the hoodlums in the neighborhood feared her. But it was under her tutelage I learned that Providence often gives you what you need instead of what you want. It must have been a divine...
On a recent Saturday night at Flintridge Proper, well-dressed couples and multi-generational families occasionally left their tables or bar stools to talk to people they knew across the room. The 3,000-square-foot La Cañada Flintridge bar and restaurant...
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,...
The Valley Line: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra benefit celebrates love, Women's Council gives $10K to hospitalToday is Cupid's big show — one chock full of hearts and flowers and cards filled with elaborate and sometimes funny professions of love. I hope that this chubby icon found his way to your mailbox or doorstep. -- The Verdugo Hills Hospital...
Happy 2013! Oh my, time does fly. I can hardly believe that 2012 went by so fast. As for me, I’m thrilled to be greeting this new year minus the royal purple cast I had on my right (driving) foot for the past month. Yep, I was pretty much a shut-...
The 2011 Summer Music in the Park concert series drew to a close Sunday evening with the performance of Soca & Reggae Music Upstream in La Cañada’s Memorial Park. Despite the heat of the day, where temperatures hovered in the upper 90s to low 100s,...
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Corrigan's bar was on the corner of 237th and White Plains Road in the Bronx. It's now a Dominican market. The last time I was there, I was 23 and drinking with the Bronx boys. I was shipping out to Vietnam in the morning. “One more round, Joey...
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That old saying about April showers is certainly true this year. We had a double whammy of raindrops on this past week. No doubt the May flowers will be especially beautiful because of the moisture. This was quite a week for nature happenings. The...
The rain that pounded the Southland on April 13 did not douse the high spirits of the guests who waded through the puddles to arrive at the 48th Pasadena Showcase House of Design. In fact, more than 200 guests in formal attire came to take a first...
Four years ago Mike Farwell, owner of Noir Food and Wine Restaurant in Pasadena, was sharing a wonderful pinot noir wine and exquisite food with his chef, Claud Beltran and good friends. During the meal Farwell brought up the idea of having an annual...
The kickoff dinner for the fourth-annual Pasadena PinotFest will feature a five-course prepared by five preeminent chefs, all accompanied by outstanding pinot noir and chardonnay wines provided by five of California's top wineries. A portion of the...
The La Crescenta Woman's Club earlier this month had a wine tasting fundraiser at the Wine Cave in Montrose. Dawna Berger, chairman of the event, along with her assistant, Cindy Charles, provided the food and beverages. All money raised will be...
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