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January 25, 2007
Black Duck By Janet Taylor Lisle Philomel Sleuth / Hard cover / $15.99 Ages 11 and up The 1920s was when Chicago became famous for its gangsters and flappers. Since the Prohibition Acts prohibited the legal sale of alcohol, there was also the dangerous business of rumrunning. Ruben Hart was 14 years when he found himself suddenly caught up in the perilous business. Now an old man, he retells the story of his dodgy career to an aspiring high school freshman journalist.
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By Mary O’Keefe | November 22, 2007
Recognizing the meaning of Thanksgiving was the theme at La Cañada Elementary School on Friday as kindergartners dressed as Native Americans, first graders performed songs and poems and fifth graders gathered for a bountiful dinner. The kindergarten class made head dresses with colorful feathers and spent their snack time enjoying a Native American trail mix of nuts and berries, with a little chocolate mixed in. Student Drake Di Paolo ended up wearing more trail mix than actually consuming it. ?
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By Anita Susan Brenner | October 22, 2009
Last Thursday, I dashed back to La Cañada to attend a tea at the La Cañada Thursday Club. That morning, I had dropped off six dozen homemade chocolate chip cookies for the tea. Despite a busy work schedule, I wanted to reconnect with the ladies. In case you are a newcomer, or have been living under a rock, the La Cañada Thursday Club is a women’s social club, founded in October 1912 by Elizabeth Frances Knight. When I was president of the Thursday Club, we did a lot of charity, including substantial scholarship awards, but the outside world did not intrude into the meetings.
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By Mary O'Keefe | June 29, 2006
Employees at JPL will be looking into the heavens again this Saturday, not for one of their spacecrafts, but rather for one of their former colleagues involved with the launch of the Discovery Space Shuttle. NASA Astronaut Stephanie Wilson, formerly of JPL's Galileo mission, will be the second African-American woman ever to fly into space. Her launch is scheduled for Saturday, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, at 3:49 p.m. EDT. "We are all so incredibly excited and proud of her," said JPL employee Todd Barber, who is now lead propulsion engineer on the Cassini mission but worked with Wilson 10 years ago on Galileo.
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By Joe Puglia | January 1, 2009
Recently, a couple of buddies of mine came over to wish Kaitzer, the girls and me a happy new year. After some shooters of Clan MacGregor, my friends began to tell me of their New Year’s resolution. “Joe, we want to climb Mount Rainier in March.” My first reaction: they were nuts. “Joe, we need someone with winter mountaineering experience, especially on the ice.” “Where you gonna find someone like that?” I said. “Joe, you’ve done Rainier in the winter and you’ve got experience on ice.” My next thought: I was pretty crazy back then.
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January 25, 2007
Black Duck By Janet Taylor Lisle Philomel Sleuth / Hard cover / $15.99 Ages 11 and up The 1920s was when Chicago became famous for its gangsters and flappers. Since the Prohibition Acts prohibited the legal sale of alcohol, there was also the dangerous business of rumrunning. Ruben Hart was 14 years when he found himself suddenly caught up in the perilous business. Now an old man, he retells the story of his dodgy career to an aspiring high school freshman journalist.
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