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By Diana Olson | February 11, 2010
This is an e-mail that I received and want to share it with you. This message is so indicative of civility and what it really means to me. It also reminds me of my parents and their relationship. I hope that you can model this civility in your home. If anyone knows the author, please let me know. ? Diana ? ?When I was a kid, my mom liked to make ?breakfast food? for dinner every now and then. I remember one night in particular when she had made breakfast after a long, hard day at work: ?
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By Joe Puglia | May 3, 2007
I met them in the Officers' Club. Although, because of its state of disrepair, it could hardly be called a club; the week prior it had taken a hit from a wayward rocket meant for the airfield. My shyness did not keep our distant but similar worlds apart. I was immediately attracted to their boisterous gregariousness and broad smiles. They were rogue warriors, SAS (Strategic Air Service) from Australia, and were considered to be the best of the best. The Viet Cong called them Ma Rung , (phantoms of the jungle)
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By Elaine La Marr | February 1, 2007
Students attending La Cañada Elementary School had an opportunity to experience travel to foreign countries this past week when LCE parents recreated a bit of their homelands in the cafetorium. The program for multicultural enrichment has been held at LCE for numerous years and, according to LCE principal Ivette Ellis, is part of the social science curriculum as an exciting learning opportunity for students. Chairman and co-chairs of the event were Cecilia Cheng, Judy Kolb and Laura Liang.
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July 27, 2006
When walking into Gourmet a go go the first thing that strikes a customer is the delicious aroma coming from the freshly made entrees. This delightful, open-kitchen restaurant has exposed brick walls with high-beamed, original ceilings. There is also a private patio out back where diners could have a quiet lunch alone or reserve the whole patio and invite all their friends. Gail Connell, owner and chef, has been a caterer for more than 20 years, 10 of which have been in the area.
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By Gene Pepper | September 21, 2011
Overnight, the vacant, dreary parking lot northwest of the La Cañada Congregational Church (known here for many years as Church of the Lighted Window) comes alive with farmers displaying fresh raspberries, bakers with buttery biscuits and cooks offering hot tamales. It's a kaleidoscope of sights, smells and colors. It's the weekly Farmers Market, across Foothill Boulevard from Memorial Park, a great big happening smack dab in the middle of La Cañada Flintridge. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., every Saturday, about 45 stalls open for business 52 weeks of the year.
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September 2, 2004
Dining With Duvall By Lynn Duvall The national pork board conducted a survey of more than 1,500 primary meal preparers across America to uncover the connection between food and family mealtime. They found that seven out of 10 families eat dinner at least four times per week. Most Americans prefer to include very few ingredients in every day dishes. Less than six ingredients are ideal according to 90 percent of the respondents. Meal preparers spent more time preparing the meal than actually enjoying it with their family.
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June 1, 2006
Jane Napier Neely This weekend was LCF's big party and it was a huge success! Everyone still loves a parade — at least here in La Cañada they do. Thank you, thank you Allen Lund for the fabulous fireworks on Sunday night — they were quite spectacular. I hope that our city never loses its little town feeling with its Fiesta Days celebration. Sometimes it seems that our world spins too quickly and we can get lost in the twirl. Holding on to the tradition of neighbors getting together with neighbors at a weekend celebration is more important than ever.
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By Ruth Longoria | March 12, 2009
It’s time to get out your dolls and join in the tea party as Flintridge Guild of Childrens Hospital Los Angeles presents its 14th annual American Girl Fashion Show March 27, 28 and 29 at the Brookside Golf Club in neighboring Pasadena. Cost for the dinner show is $40 and the tea shows are $35 per person. Proceeds benefit the hospital. Tickets are available at (818) 952-7978 or at FlintridgeGuild2009@gmail.com This year, the theme of the event — which consists of a Friday night dinner and fashion show, as well as tea shows, at 10 a.m., 1 p.m., and 4 p.m., on Saturday and Sunday — is “Friends Stand Together.
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By CARY ORDWAY Of CaliforniaWeekend.com | July 26, 2007
Some of California's most beautiful and least developed countryside can be found in Pluma County, about an hour's drive west from Reno — which happens to be where we found a real-life version of the movie "City Slickers" at Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch. Sometimes you just know when you've come home. Within about 30 minutes of our arrival at Greenhorn, we were chowing down on their Friday night barbecue of scrumptious, fall-off-the-bone ribs with all the fixings. The owners of the ranch, Trish and Ralph Wilburn, were strumming their guitars and singing western songs by the campfire.
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By Diana Olson | February 11, 2010
This is an e-mail that I received and want to share it with you. This message is so indicative of civility and what it really means to me. It also reminds me of my parents and their relationship. I hope that you can model this civility in your home. If anyone knows the author, please let me know. ? Diana ? ?When I was a kid, my mom liked to make ?breakfast food? for dinner every now and then. I remember one night in particular when she had made breakfast after a long, hard day at work: ?
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By Joe Puglia | May 3, 2007
I met them in the Officers' Club. Although, because of its state of disrepair, it could hardly be called a club; the week prior it had taken a hit from a wayward rocket meant for the airfield. My shyness did not keep our distant but similar worlds apart. I was immediately attracted to their boisterous gregariousness and broad smiles. They were rogue warriors, SAS (Strategic Air Service) from Australia, and were considered to be the best of the best. The Viet Cong called them Ma Rung , (phantoms of the jungle)
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