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By Mary O’Keefe | May 8, 2008
Close to 30,000 visitors got a up close and personal view of space exploration during Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s annual open house on May 3 and 4. Visitors got a chance to talk to scientists and engineers whose day jobs are to explore the solar system and beyond. Busloads of students from high schools throughout Southern California roamed the JPL campus to learn what their future would hold in space and Earth science exploration. Adults and children listened to the JPL employees tell them of new discoveries and share the thousands upon thousands of photos of Mars, Saturn and the solar system.
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December 11, 2008
La Cañada High School seventh and eighth graders ate, danced and socialized Friday night at the annual Dine ?n? Dance. The junior high?s only evening dance was well attended; and teens dressed for the occasion, with young men in slacks and nice shirts and young ladies in dresses and heels. The school cafeteria looked elegant, decorated with balloons. Several long tables were heaped with homebaked goods and other treats. In-N-Out served burgers and volunteers offered up freshly spun cotton candy.
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By Chris Sutton | September 23, 2004
Hundreds of Palm Crest Panther families came to the annual back to school family picnic Friday evening, carrying blankets, chairs and food, while some of the Panthers came with their razor scooters, wearing inline skates and carrying basketballs. Everyone agreed they were there to have a fun time. "It is so exciting to welcome the families back and we are off to a great year for the Panthers. Just look at our turnout," said Colleen Braun, one of the chairpersons for the event.
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September 27, 2013
Spiral notebooks, computer paper and crayons were traded for cups of Italian ice on Friday morning at Rita's new location in La Cañada Flintridge. The Pennsylvania-based chain quietly opened on Foothill Boulevard across the street from Trader Joe's in August. On Friday, residents lined up for the store's grand opening celebration, in which the first 50 customers who brought in school supplies were handed coupons for free Italian ice for one year. The school supplies will be donated to the La Cañada Unified School District.
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By Charly Shelton | May 4, 2006
Last weekend the La Cañada High School field was transformed into a colorful carnival full of cotton candy, Ferris wheel rides and a battle of the bands competition. Friends could even put each other in jail for 10 minutes for only a $1 donation. This was the 17th annual La Cañada Carnival sponsored by the Music Parents Association, a non-profit organization that supports the school's instrumental department consisting of band, orchestra and color guard, said Susan Hamre, the school's band and orchestra director.
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By Mickey Caruso | March 28, 2008
This week’s release of “Funplex” by the B-52s denotes the seminal party band’s first CD of all new material in 16 years. With its B-movie obsessions and low-brow cultural references intact, its sound fresh and updated, the band remains an American original. Founding members Fred Schneider, Cindy Wilson, Kate Pierson, Keith Strickland and the late Ricky Wilson had their first hit with the iconic tune “Rock Lobster” 30 years ago. Since then, “Private Idaho” and “Love Shack” have also struck lasting chords.
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August 27, 2009
Ann Lauren Cimmarusti, daughter of Larry and Amalia Cimmarusti of La Cañada, and Jeffrey Alan Amaral, son of Emily Amaral of Manhattan Beach, were married in the spectacular setting of Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels in Los Angeles. The ceremony, witnessed by 500 guests, was officiated by Monsignor Kevin Kostelnick and the cathedral choir sang during the entire mass. Ann wore a pearl and stone-beaded gown and her veil was Italian lace with the same beading as the gown. The maid of honor was the bride?
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By Fereva | January 18, 2007
I didn't have a clue. I'd heard rumors, of course ? we've all heard rumors about that subculture, but I thought it was a thing of the past. Not so: Shop talk is alive and kickin' down at the ladies' beauty salon. Otherwise known as gossip. Gossip can be good fun, down and dirty, or just plain news on the grapevine. This beauty parlor phenomenon eluded me during my child rearing years; truthfully PTA moms are generally too busy for getting French manicures while relaxing into a good chat.
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September 9, 2004
Premiere Party Launches 2004 Los Angeles County Fair Before the aroma of cotton candy and popcorn fill the air at Fairplex, the L.A. County Fair will roll out the red carpet for guests of the 2004 Premiere Party Colors of Mexico. Scheduled for 6 p.m. on Sept. 9, the Premiere Party is the kick-off to the fair and will honor Los Angeles County Fair Association board of directors member Arthur Ludwick and his wife, Sarah. The party also serves as a fund-raiser for the Fairplex Education Foundation.
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By Mary O’Keefe | May 8, 2008
Close to 30,000 visitors got a up close and personal view of space exploration during Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s annual open house on May 3 and 4. Visitors got a chance to talk to scientists and engineers whose day jobs are to explore the solar system and beyond. Busloads of students from high schools throughout Southern California roamed the JPL campus to learn what their future would hold in space and Earth science exploration. Adults and children listened to the JPL employees tell them of new discoveries and share the thousands upon thousands of photos of Mars, Saturn and the solar system.
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