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By Veronica Rocha | October 8, 2009
MONTROSE ? Thousands enjoyed frothy beer, warm bratwurst, freshly popped popcorn and live music Saturday along the 2300 and 2400 blocks of Honolulu Avenue during the annual Oktoberfest. Monrovia resident Pam Anderson started off the afternoon by snacking on some sweet popcorn and watching the crowds during what she said looked like was destined to be a long night. Anderson attended last year?s rainy Oktoberfest, but she said she stayed only for only a few hours. This year, she planned to meet some friends, drink ice-cold beers, eat a traditional German dinner, including sausages and sauerkraut, and cap off the night sometime near the event?
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October 7, 2010
Ten Years Ago: The La Cañada Flintridge City Council declined to pass a law suggested by the Parks and Recreation Commission to regulate the use of inflatable jumpers (commonly referred to as "bounce houses") in Memorial Park. Twenty Years Ago More than 40,000 people turned out for the 13th annual Oktoberfest in Montrose, breaking all attendance records for the one-day event. Approximately 2,200 pounds of bratwurst were served up to hungry diners, according to organizers.
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By Mary O’Keefe | October 4, 2007
It is time to dust off your lederhosen and listen to your favorite oompapa band. Yes, it is Oktoberfest in Montrose. The celebration begins Saturday at noonand ends at 11 p.m. with an estimated 20,000 visitors expected along Honolulu Avenue. This traditional event will offer all those things that Oktoberfest attendees have come to expect: bratwurst, sauerkraut and beer as well as contests, variety shows, bingo and much more. For 30 years the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce has presented Oktoberfest.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | May 28, 2009
Summer’s coming! Time to leave the bubble — to eat. 1. Tonight only, dine at Provecho, 800 Wilshire Blvd, L.A. 90017, and say “Cheers! To Andrew.” The owner will donate 10% of your bill to cancer research. Provecho specializes in light, airy nouvelle Mexican cuisine. Try the Provecho Cobb (tomato, avocado, grilled corn, jalapeño vinegarette) or the sopes and tacos. This food is not heavy. Tonight at the Remedy Lounge next door, there’s cocktails and appetizers at the Cheers!
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June 15, 2006
Lynn Duvall Three cookbooks crossed my desk this week. Although they could not be more different, they have a common feature. Each presents a challenge. I am pondering. Shall I step up to the plate? I am always willing to sit down to a plate filled with delicious food. That's no challenge. However, all three of these cookbooks require something more of me than trying out a new recipe. Many Midwesterners will be thrilled to learn that America's best-selling sausage maker has compiled a 125-recipe cookbook featuring Johnsonville products, "The Big Taste of Sausage Cookbook."
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By Joe Puglia | October 7, 2010
Last Friday morning Kaitzer was multi-tasking: folding laundry, making lunches and tutoring the girls for school quizzes. I was busy looking for my car keys. Our kitchen resembled the last frantic moments prior to jumping off a chopper into a hot LZ. "Joe, make sure you gather all your books and papers, my philosophy group is meeting tonight," she said. I didn't know Kaitzer had a philosophy group. Coincidently, that evening some of my buddies were meeting at the Red Lion Pub for some beer and bratwurst.
COMMUNITY
By Jane Napier Neely | September 25, 2013
Autumn arrived last Sunday at exactly 1:44 p.m. Did you notice? Last weekend was such a delight because our little world here in the foothills had a different feel to it. Even my garden looked different. The cool mornings brought a crispness to the day that we hadn't felt in such a long time. I hope that the beautiful liquidambar trees that dot our landscape got the message. Soon we can just pull up a lawn chair, sit back and watch them change colors. The Thursday Club greeted this first eve of the autumn season beautifully with a social event held in the club's historic Spanish Revival-style clubhouse on Woodleigh Lane.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 7, 2004
California Weekend by Cary Ordway While the best getaway spots in California are almost always crowded on weekends and during popular vacation times, one of the state's recreation jewels is offering a little quieter vacation experience this year. Surprisingly, Big Bear Lake, one of the state's top mountain resort areas, is seeing less-than-expected visitor traffic this year. Local lodging operators say it's due to a "Perfect Storm" of events: a continuation of the Southern California drought, bad press resulting from last year's fires and a pesky beetle that is taking advantage of the dry weather to destroy some of Big Bear's gorgeous pine trees.
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October 1, 2009
CHILDREN’S EVENTS Kidspace Pumpkin Festival — Oct. 3-4, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. both days . Kidspace Children’s Museum is preparing to host its 15th Annual Pumpkin Festival. The family-friendly carnival will take place at Brookside Park in Pasadena. The festival will feature live musical performances, face painting, train rides, a petting zoo, and carnival games. To find out how to donate and more information about the event, visit www.kidspacemuseum.
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By Veronica Rocha | October 8, 2009
MONTROSE ? Thousands enjoyed frothy beer, warm bratwurst, freshly popped popcorn and live music Saturday along the 2300 and 2400 blocks of Honolulu Avenue during the annual Oktoberfest. Monrovia resident Pam Anderson started off the afternoon by snacking on some sweet popcorn and watching the crowds during what she said looked like was destined to be a long night. Anderson attended last year?s rainy Oktoberfest, but she said she stayed only for only a few hours. This year, she planned to meet some friends, drink ice-cold beers, eat a traditional German dinner, including sausages and sauerkraut, and cap off the night sometime near the event?
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