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March 12, 2009
Letters to the Editor Sent from Bromley with her love I am writing from Bromley, Kent, in England. You may thank Lindsay Harris for this unusual contact. My mother pointed out her Youth All-Star article in your paper dated March 5. I grew up in La Cañada; the ties and friendships formed during those years have withstood time and distance, so much so that they have actually grown with the next generation. Lindsay Harris is fast friends with my daughter, Celine.
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By Carol Cormaci | February 28, 2008
Memorable events have taken place in La Cañada over the years. Longtime residents will recall the day in the early ’70s when the president of the United States, Richard Nixon, was delivered by helicopter to the La Cañada High School field, then driven to La Cañada Presbyterian Church to attend the wedding of Maureen Finch, daughter of Nixon’s cabinet member and former lieutenant governor of California, Robert Finch. Of similar vintage, a wildly popular charitable fundraiser, The Freeway Frolic, was held on the lanes of the yet-to-be-opened 210. In the late ’70s, before he wed Diana Spencer, Great Britain’s Prince Charles and his entourage toured the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
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By Lauren Oakes | March 1, 2007
I'll never forget the day I let Claire go to the Paradise Canyon Medieval Faire and later looked out the kitchen window to see a big SUV dropping her off at the front gate. Drying my hands to go out and say thanks, I wondered why the driver was quickly hustling my kid out of her car and then zooming off. I was waving when I saw what Claire was carrying — a big baggie full of water and GOLDFISH. "THANKS A LOT, DEE DEE McCutchan! Yeah that's right you can laugh! You BETTER get your _____ outta here as fast as you can!"
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September 9, 2004
It was an amazing summer. Fastest summer of my life. Lots of joy, some grief and everybody had adventures. Started out pre-summer, skiing Mammoth Mountain in May - plenty of snow. Blue Man Group in Las Vegas with the boys. June was white water rafting on the South Fork of the American River. Followed by a wonderful, lovely wedding between two fabulous people. Put our 16-year-old daughter on a plane to Alaska for the summer and for her first real job- - babysitting notwithstanding.
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April 21, 2005
Guest Column by LAUREN OAKES Traffic Court is a slice of life. It's relatively cheap. If you win, which you won't, it just costs you the parking. Where else can you get a show like that for the money? The last time I was there (you've already heard about that) I sat in the rear of the courtroom and tried to be invisible as I watched everybody else. The first person I noticed was a young woman with a mop of hacked, dyed-black hair. She'd taken it one step further by bleaching the back white and then over-dyeing it a few shades of blue.
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By Carol Cormaci | September 22, 2010
The 49ers/Saints game, the season opener of "Dancing with the Stars," or Mayor Don Voss and the La Cañada Flintridge City Council meeting. What were your TV viewing priorities Monday night? Decisions, decisions. I was planning to settle in early for a game of football (I'm a longtime 49er fan) but arrived home later than expected. Just as I entered the house, the phone rang. I tripped over the one-eyed cat (who was hovering expectantly near his dinner plate) to grab the receiver.
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By Mary O'Keefe | September 21, 2006
PART 2 of 4 The effects of gang activity creep into a community in small ways. Law enforcement officials have stated that graffiti is one of the signs that a problem is developing. A majority of children in the La Cañada area go about their life unaffected by gangs, but they are aware of their presence and some may even romanticize about the life as a gangster. Many in law enforcement refer to this as "MTV gangs," kids who have no concept of the reality of gang life.
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March 12, 2009
Letters to the Editor Sent from Bromley with her love I am writing from Bromley, Kent, in England. You may thank Lindsay Harris for this unusual contact. My mother pointed out her Youth All-Star article in your paper dated March 5. I grew up in La Cañada; the ties and friendships formed during those years have withstood time and distance, so much so that they have actually grown with the next generation. Lindsay Harris is fast friends with my daughter, Celine.
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