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By Eleanor Green | July 30, 2009
High-energy country and rock tunes proved too good to resist for locals at Sunday’s Music in the Park, with hundreds attending and many of those dancing along to the music. Brian Lynn Jones and the Misfit Cowboys played this week’s installment of the free weekly concert at Memorial Park. Dottie Sparr of Pasadena, who came to the concert with husband Owen, was one of those who couldn’t resist getting up and moving to the music. “Normally I’m a little shy to dance in front of everyone, but I guess Alan Jackson is my siren song!
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April 5, 2012
Upon first hearing that Alan Jackson would be speaking at Flintridge Preparatory School, the students were a bit skeptical. We have had our share of monotonous speakers that we feel waste two hours of our lives while the adults next to us are riveted by them. We were shocked when a charismatic, enthusiastic man took the stage and started talking about a murder case. We were glued to our seats for the full two hours, enthralled by the presentation. Not only did he manage to keep a room full of 400 teenagers engaged, he gave us a look into the world of forensic science.
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November 9, 2012
La Cañada Flintridge residents leaned Republican in Tuesday's general election, supporting GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romey and Republicans running for the U.S. Senate and State Assembly. Of La Cañada's 14,360 registered voters, 8,408 cast their ballots on Tuesday, a 59% turnout, according to preliminary figures from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder. A full tally of votes may not be complete until early next month. President Barack Obama received 3,629 of the local vote compared to 4,523 for Romney.
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By Eleanor Green | July 30, 2009
High-energy country and rock tunes proved too good to resist for locals at Sunday’s Music in the Park, with hundreds attending and many of those dancing along to the music. Brian Lynn Jones and the Misfit Cowboys played this week’s installment of the free weekly concert at Memorial Park. Dottie Sparr of Pasadena, who came to the concert with husband Owen, was one of those who couldn’t resist getting up and moving to the music. “Normally I’m a little shy to dance in front of everyone, but I guess Alan Jackson is my siren song!
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