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March 20, 2008
This column is not about toothpaste. It is about a young man named Seth Brysk who has some great ideas about how to being peace to the Middle East. Here?s how it began. First, the phone rang. It was my friend Josef. ?Are you going to write about Seth?? ?Huh?? ?Seth is coming to Pasadena on March 25th. Everyone?s talking about it.? ?Everyone? turned out to be about 200 of my closest friends. Josef?s call was one of many. Good news travels fast. Within minutes, another friend called.
FEATURES
November 26, 2009
Women?s luncheon and fashion show nears A Christmas Around the World Luncheon and program by the Pasadena Women?s Connection will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 11:30 a.m. at Brookside Country Club, 1133 N. Rosemont, Pasadena. Fashions and Christmas traditions from around the world will be featured. Motivational speaker Vivian Lee Baniak , former American Embassy employee, will tell her story ?Christmas Around the World.? All are invited to attend and may dress in attire of their nationality.
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August 21, 2008
Christie Ann Manning, daughter of former La Cañadan Steve Manning and Joan Summers, was recently engaged to Joseph Marchese, son of Joe Marchese and Eileen Walker of Albany, N.Y. The event was announced at a lovely dinner party given by her father and stepmother, Beth, in the Sky Room at the top of the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. The bride-to-be graduated from San Diego State University in 2007 with a degree in international conflict resolution. She studied abroad in England and Cyprus.
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December 23, 2004
The Walden School, an independent elementary school in Pasadena, is hosting a Prospective Parents' Open House, on Jan. 6 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at 74 S. San Gabriel Blvd. In addition to general information about the school's educational program, the open house will feature a presentation by Walden's resident Storyteller Angela Lloyd. Storytelling has long been a part of Walden's curriculum, which emphasizes innovative child-led inquiry, community values and positive conflict resolution skills as well as high standards of academic achievement.
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June 15, 2006
The student body at Paradise Canyon Elementary went back in time at their last spirit rally of the school year on Friday, June 9. Students dressed up outfits from their favorite decade including greasers from the '50s, hippies from the '60s, disco dancers from the '70s, and punk rockers from the '80s. The event was hosted by the outgoing 6th grade student council members. Representatives of the newly formed Conflict Resolution Team performed a character development skit about being "trustworthy."
ENTERTAINMENT
January 6, 2005
Very few first ladies have stood so close to the center of power in American government and have understood so well the hopes and dreams of the American people as Rosalynn Carter. Carter will make a rare public speaking appearance in Pasadena as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. This small-town girl inspired the nation with her independence and commanded the world's attention when she traveled the globe as a special presidential envoy.
FEATURES
May 8, 2008
National Merit scholars named Last week the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of 2,500 distinguished high school seniors who have won National Merit $2,500 scholarships. La Cañada teens who were named winners of the awards were Amanda D. Gartside , a student at La Cañada High School who is considering a career in international relations; Ann M. Im , LCHS, interested in the field of international law; Jodie C. Liu , LCHS, looking at a career in environmental law; Helena D. Malchione , who attends Polytechinic School in Pasadena and is considering a possible career in international diplomacy; and Catherine S. Ni , LCHS, interested in studying neuroscience.
NEWS
April 21, 2005
THOUGHTS FROM DR. JOE by Dr. Joe Puglia Last week, I proposed the thesis that our children define their character by traveling down roads with challenge and difficulty. In the "Wizard of Oz" did not the Lion, Scarecrow, and Tin Man find their courage, brain, and heart by traveling down that yellow brick road? It wasn't the Wizard who defined their characters. Also, I supported the idea that along the journey children should have competent and caring adults who occasionally intervene teaching coping and social skills that will enhance a child's capacity to connect.
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November 26, 2009
Women?s luncheon and fashion show nears A Christmas Around the World Luncheon and program by the Pasadena Women?s Connection will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 11:30 a.m. at Brookside Country Club, 1133 N. Rosemont, Pasadena. Fashions and Christmas traditions from around the world will be featured. Motivational speaker Vivian Lee Baniak , former American Embassy employee, will tell her story ?Christmas Around the World.? All are invited to attend and may dress in attire of their nationality.
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March 20, 2008
This column is not about toothpaste. It is about a young man named Seth Brysk who has some great ideas about how to being peace to the Middle East. Here?s how it began. First, the phone rang. It was my friend Josef. ?Are you going to write about Seth?? ?Huh?? ?Seth is coming to Pasadena on March 25th. Everyone?s talking about it.? ?Everyone? turned out to be about 200 of my closest friends. Josef?s call was one of many. Good news travels fast. Within minutes, another friend called.
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