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By Robin Goldsworthy | December 22, 2005
One of the numerous blessings of living in the foothill area is the number of houses of worship available. Christmas time is an opportunity for many of them to shine, offering a variety of ways for both residents and visitors to celebrate the holidays while being reminded of "the reason for the season."  From candlelight services to children's choirs, area churches are eager for the chance to deliver a message of hope and deliverance to people that may feel rushed into a season that leaves them broke and exhausted.
COMMUNITY
December 26, 2012
Ten Years Ago The city granted permission for the renaming of a private access road in front of the new headquarters of La Cañada-based Sport Chalet, Inc. from Houseman Street to “Sport Chalet Drive.” Twenty Years Ago La Cañada Flintridge Postmaster Penny Stevenson reported the community donated more than 6,700 pounds of non-perishable edibles during the local post office's food drive. The items were delivered to the Salvation Army in Pasadena for distribution to families in need.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 30, 2006
When most of us open our stockings on Christmas morning, we pull out a variety of gifts — some candy, some trinkets, perhaps a pen or paperback or a CD or DVD... In much the same way, Olivia Tsui, music director of the Glendale Symphony Orchestra (GSO), has packed this year's "Sounds of Christmas" concert on Friday evening, Dec. 1 with an eclectic medley of musical treats and gifts. "The concert is a great way to start the holiday season," says Tsui. "Better yet, we've planned this Christmas kick off celebration with the whole family in mind.
FEATURES
December 6, 2007
Do you remember any particular gifts you received as a child? I remember when I was about 5 or 6 and a huge box arrived in the mail. It was from my mother?s friend, Helen, who lived in New York and had never married. She and my mother had worked together as young women. I had never met her. I opened the box and inside was a doll almost as big as I was. My mother raved and raved about how beautiful the doll was, how she looked almost real, her clothes were so pretty, and so on. I just stood there very confused.
NEWS
By Joe Puglia | December 22, 2010
I've always been a seeker, searching for meaning and asking that timeless question, "What makes life significant?" I've contemplated the perplexities of existence, trying to understand moments of euphoria as though they were the result of a simple mathematical equation easily reproduced. For me, two plus two has never been four. Life should be lived, not analyzed. Regardless of understanding, the magical play continues; and it is up to us to contribute a verse. The question is not one of understanding, but "What will our verse be?"
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By Joe Puglia | December 24, 2009
I’ve always been a seeker, searching for the meaning of circumstance and asking that timeless question, “What makes life significant”? I’ve contemplated the perplexities of existence trying to understand those moments of euphoria as though they were a simple mathematical equation easily reproduced. For me, two plus two has never been four. Life should be lived, not analyzed and regardless of understanding, the magical play continues and it is up to us to contribute a verse.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Loa Blasucci | December 17, 2009
It?s the most wonderful time of the year! There?ll be parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting and caroling you know the rest. But racing thoughts of party planning details, indigestion from too many marshmallows and staying up late singing and carrying on can certainly prevent you from getting a quality night?s sleep. For some, this time of year is the hardest time to sleep. There is more to do, more to eat, more money being spent, more stress over bill paying and the end result is MORE difficulty quieting down and settling in to a peaceful night?
NEWS
December 9, 2004
Valley View by Fereva I should be bereft. Instead, I'm oddly content. For the first time in nearly 19 years (20, if you count in-utero), my daughter and I will be apart this Christmas. She has accepted a temporary holiday stint at a department store near Berkeley, where she is a freshman - the catch being, of course, that she is committed through the end of December. I am proud of her industriousness, saddened by the break in tradition, and surprised once more to realize that my little girl has become an adult - or is trying to, anyway.
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By Robin Goldsworthy | December 22, 2005
One of the numerous blessings of living in the foothill area is the number of houses of worship available. Christmas time is an opportunity for many of them to shine, offering a variety of ways for both residents and visitors to celebrate the holidays while being reminded of "the reason for the season."  From candlelight services to children's choirs, area churches are eager for the chance to deliver a message of hope and deliverance to people that may feel rushed into a season that leaves them broke and exhausted.
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