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October 6, 2005
Artistry There's just no word for it other than unbelievable! No! It was even better than that, it was sheer pageantry. Let me get right to the story, there's no time to waste. Last Friday, Ken and Laura Liang, invited Kaitzer, me and friends to Descanso Gardens for an evening of tapas, wine and music. The evening was surreal. The fires burning in Burbank left an ominous sky, putting one on edge and leaving the impression that something was about to happen. I've had that feeling before.
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December 18, 2008
The splendor and beauty of the East will be majestically brought to life with the staged cultural and artistic production, Chinese New Year Spectacular, hosted by Western US Falun Dafa Assn.and New Tang Dynasty Television. The world-renowned Divine Performing Arts company will present the Spectacular at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium from Dec. 30-Jan. 4. Performances blend ancient techniques with modern technology. Involving hundreds of talented dancers and musicians, original scores and custom-designed digital backdrops, these never-before-seen pieces of artistry delight the senses, touch the heart and move the soul.
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Joe Puglia | July 27, 2011
My buddy Ray Early and I were contemplating the ills of contemporary life. From microeconomics to text messaging, nothing was spared from our scrutiny. Our analysis evolved to the paradigm of human communication. “Who writes letters today?” Ray asked. “I do!” I replied. I have a penchant for writing letters. Kids today are ill-served by the phenomenon of electronic communication. My grandfather taught me the art of writing a letter. I remember his weekly ritual. Each Saturday, Papa Puglia would pour a glass of wine, grab his Montegrappa pen, some fine linen paper, Waterman blue-black ink. Then he would sit and meticulously scribe the weekly events to his sister, Zia Carmella, who lived in Misterbianco, Sicily.
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By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
This week’s Valley Sun All-Star is a leader, role model and skilled artisan. Matt Whitham, 18, a senior at La Cañada High School, is what many who know him consider a “great kid” with a “great personality” and a “great attitude.” Whitham is an Eagle Scout, co-founder of the La Cañada High School engineering club, and hopes to someday become an architect. Whitham was nominated to be an All-Star by one of his scoutmasters at Troop No. 507, Ron Connelly.
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October 26, 2006
Hit Fox TV Show "So You Think You Can Dance" has incited a revolution in the dance community. One of the shows' top-hat choreographers, Wade Robson, will visit The Vibe Dance Studio on Friday, Oct. 27 to teach a Master Class from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Students will have an opportunity to learn Robson's own brand of artistry, sense of rhythm and technical control. Robson, a modern child prodigy, has been dancing to a beat all his own since the age of 3. In dance competitions at age 5 ? and winning.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 16, 2006
Singer/ songwriter John Smith will be at The Coffee Gallery Backstage on Wed., Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. "Exceptionally written songs, passionate vocals and intelligent lyrics..." That's how Sing Out! magazine describes John smiths music. A past winner of the Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk award, John Smith doesn't wear the hype well -yet his artistry speaks for itself. In addition to his incomparable musical abilities and finely tuned songwriting skills, John Smith possesses the even rarer gift of being able to share his soul.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 22, 2006
The Los Angles Children's Chorus (LACC), led by Artistic Director Anne Tomlinson, concluded it's 20th Anniversary Season with a dazzling sold-out concert that garnered a thundering standing ovation at the Ambassador Auditorium on June 3. The celebratory program, featuring all five of LACC's choirs — the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, Intermediate Choir, Apprentice Choir and Preparatory Choir — reflected the choir's two decades of choral...
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October 14, 2010
Kanekos to host hospital fundraiser The Women's Council of Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation will host a special fund-raising event, Artistry and Wine Celebrating the Art of Healing , from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23 at the home of Sam and Kate Kaneko . Funds raised will be given to Verdugo Hills Hospital to help support the hospital's electronic medical record system and purchase new infant warmers...
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June 1, 2006
With flowers blooming and backyard barbecues gearing up for summer, June is a great time to buy one-of-a-kind vases, bowls, platters or garden sculptures at the Roger Barkley Community Center's Spring Ceramics Sale. The sale opens with an artists' reception Friday, June 9, from 7 to 10 p.m. and the sale continues Saturday, June 10, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, June 11 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The sale features the work of more than 50 artists, some of whom have been working with clay for decades.
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By Charly Shelton | March 16, 2006
Even at the opening of the movie, John Wilmot, the second Earl of Rochester (Johnny Depp) makes it explicitly clear that he is not a good person, and he will be despised and envied by the audience. Johnny Depp is perfect in this role. He leads a fast life in constant battle with the government. The details of the movie are a hard to divulge considering this is a family-oriented paper. To put it simply, this film is rated 'R' for a very good reason. The sexual aspects in this film are staggering, even for some mature viewers.
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Joe Puglia | July 27, 2011
My buddy Ray Early and I were contemplating the ills of contemporary life. From microeconomics to text messaging, nothing was spared from our scrutiny. Our analysis evolved to the paradigm of human communication. “Who writes letters today?” Ray asked. “I do!” I replied. I have a penchant for writing letters. Kids today are ill-served by the phenomenon of electronic communication. My grandfather taught me the art of writing a letter. I remember his weekly ritual. Each Saturday, Papa Puglia would pour a glass of wine, grab his Montegrappa pen, some fine linen paper, Waterman blue-black ink. Then he would sit and meticulously scribe the weekly events to his sister, Zia Carmella, who lived in Misterbianco, Sicily.
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By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
This week’s Valley Sun All-Star is a leader, role model and skilled artisan. Matt Whitham, 18, a senior at La Cañada High School, is what many who know him consider a “great kid” with a “great personality” and a “great attitude.” Whitham is an Eagle Scout, co-founder of the La Cañada High School engineering club, and hopes to someday become an architect. Whitham was nominated to be an All-Star by one of his scoutmasters at Troop No. 507, Ron Connelly.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 18, 2008
The splendor and beauty of the East will be majestically brought to life with the staged cultural and artistic production, Chinese New Year Spectacular, hosted by Western US Falun Dafa Assn.and New Tang Dynasty Television. The world-renowned Divine Performing Arts company will present the Spectacular at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium from Dec. 30-Jan. 4. Performances blend ancient techniques with modern technology. Involving hundreds of talented dancers and musicians, original scores and custom-designed digital backdrops, these never-before-seen pieces of artistry delight the senses, touch the heart and move the soul.
NEWS
October 6, 2005
Artistry There's just no word for it other than unbelievable! No! It was even better than that, it was sheer pageantry. Let me get right to the story, there's no time to waste. Last Friday, Ken and Laura Liang, invited Kaitzer, me and friends to Descanso Gardens for an evening of tapas, wine and music. The evening was surreal. The fires burning in Burbank left an ominous sky, putting one on edge and leaving the impression that something was about to happen. I've had that feeling before.
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