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October 14, 2004
It is becoming increasingly frustrating to watch the polarization that is occurring in our nation and in our community. Letters like Bob Tanabe's last week do nothing to ease the tensions. I too have yard signs in my front yard. So far three have been stolen, again in the middle of the night so the culprits are anonymous. However, my signs support John Kerry. So it would seem that "liberals" do not have the monopoly on yard terrorism. My car, with Kerry stickers, has been egged twice here in La Cañada.
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By Joe Puglia | April 9, 2009
The corner of Foothill and Angeles Crest will forever bear a sinister aura. I’m compelled to walk the street and pass what was once a bookstore. I do this not for voyeuristic inclinations. Instead, it helps me find closure when there is no closure. I am drawn to the flowers, the pictures, and memories of the little girl, Angelina Posca, who senselessly perished with her dad Jorge at this corner. I stare in silence at Angelina’s image and the epitaphs left by friends.
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March 25, 2010
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | August 25, 2010
Ann Benriter stepped gingerly around bits of charred debris and twisted metal that littered the site where her house once stood in the Vogel Flats community in Big Tujunga Canyon. Off to one side were the remnants of two motorcycles, the tires and seats burned away. Her husband, John, hasn't been able to bring himself to remove them. "I don't care what anyone says, they had no intention of saving us," Benriter said. "All they did was save the ranger station. Every one of these water tanks, every pool, was all full of water.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Diana Olson | December 2, 2010
Part One: I was visiting a friend recently. The conversation at dinner turned to my expressing an opinion about concern over the involvement of the government and the direction our country was heading. She stood up and showed an anger that I had never experienced in our 40-year friendship. Her comment was that since we had a difference in opinion, we could never have a discussion together about politics. I was stunned at her emotional rejection of my opinion and lack of her emotional restraint.
NEWS
By Michael J. Arvizu | November 18, 2010
This past Sunday, more than 350 worshipers gathered at Jesus Sacred Heart Antiochene Syriac Catholic Church in North Hollywood to memorialize the 58 people who were killed Oct. 31 during a siege of Baghdad's Sayidat al-Nejat (Our Lady of Salvation), a Syriac Catholic church. According to news reports, the siege lasted several hours and has been linked to Al Qaeda gunmen. And after all was said and done, 58 people were dead, including two priests, 17 security officers and five gunmen.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 11, 2008
Part 1 ? Forgiveness is a process of ceasing to feel resentment, indignation, anger for perceived offenses, injustices, mistakes, or differences. Many family events, reunions and social gatherings occur during the holidays. Anticipation, hope, and excitement accompany the wide array of emotions. Those who are closest to us have more power to hurt us. Tension, stress, separation, loneliness and resentment can accompany a relationship that is lacking forgiveness for the one who has wronged you. Refusal to forgive is an erosion of your life, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
NEWS
September 1, 2005
The letters protesting Bob Tanabe's letter, which violently insulted Det. Murphy for his tip about gun handling, failed to take the Valley Sun to task for a responsibility it continually fails to perfect. The Valley Sun still prints letters, like Mr. Tanabe's, that make flaming personal attacks on citizens of our community.  Among many slurs and slanders, Mr. Tanabe called Det. Murphy "arrogant and idiotic." Why does the Valley Sun allow the prolific, aggressive and ever angry Mr. Tanabe frequent forum to insult people?
NEWS
August 19, 2004
What a sad day in the history of La Cañada High School when student art took a back seat to a "bright and uniform" look to the campus. It is hard to conceive that anyone would think that to erase 20 years of murals would not demean the art program and the students who created these special works of art. As a parent of one of the mural artists, I see first hand the effect caused by this act. My daughter, who graduated in 1989, felt pride...
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | August 25, 2010
Ann Benriter stepped gingerly around bits of charred debris and twisted metal that littered the site where her house once stood in the Vogel Flats community in Big Tujunga Canyon. Off to one side were the remnants of two motorcycles, the tires and seats burned away. Her husband, John, hasn't been able to bring himself to remove them. "I don't care what anyone says, they had no intention of saving us," Benriter said. "All they did was save the ranger station. Every one of these water tanks, every pool, was all full of water.
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By Joe Puglia | April 9, 2009
The corner of Foothill and Angeles Crest will forever bear a sinister aura. I’m compelled to walk the street and pass what was once a bookstore. I do this not for voyeuristic inclinations. Instead, it helps me find closure when there is no closure. I am drawn to the flowers, the pictures, and memories of the little girl, Angelina Posca, who senselessly perished with her dad Jorge at this corner. I stare in silence at Angelina’s image and the epitaphs left by friends.
NEWS
October 14, 2004
It is becoming increasingly frustrating to watch the polarization that is occurring in our nation and in our community. Letters like Bob Tanabe's last week do nothing to ease the tensions. I too have yard signs in my front yard. So far three have been stolen, again in the middle of the night so the culprits are anonymous. However, my signs support John Kerry. So it would seem that "liberals" do not have the monopoly on yard terrorism. My car, with Kerry stickers, has been egged twice here in La Cañada.
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