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By Joe Puglia | December 25, 2008
It was Christmas Eve and the weather outside was frightful. We had just returned from Midnight Mass and after a tiring day at the deli my mom and dad decided to settle down for a long winter’s nap. That was my cue to head for the streets and hang with the boys on the corner of 238th and White Plains Road. “Joseph — stop at the deli and make sure the heater’s unplugged,” my dad said. “Sure, Dad,” I replied. Outside, the night was freezing and black as coal.
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By Joe Puglia | December 19, 2012
Mrs. Testa was an old curmudgeon. She lived alone on the fifth floor of my building; rarely did she leave her apartment. It was rumored that she once was a beautiful countess in Milano. She may have been; I know she was very wealthy. It was sad that no one in our neighborhood ever knew her first name. Mrs. Testa spoke to no one but me. It was a business arrangement. Once a month I'd wash her windows. After holding on for dear life, five floors above the pavement, I'd walk away with an extra dollar.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | March 21, 2012
More than 100 shoppers woke up early or altered their morning routines to be on hand for the grand opening of the Sprouts Farmers Market in La Cañada Flintridge Wednesday. The opening came two years after the announcement that the former Sport Chalet Sportland building at 920 Foothill Blvd. was going to be replaced by a Henry's supermarket. A year later, Henry's merged with Sprouts, an Arizona-based chain, delaying plans for the new store. Sprouts operates more than 100 stores in California, Arizona and Colorado, and has stores in Pasadena and Burbank.
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February 15, 2012
Last week an article in the Valley Sun entitled “Neighborhood on the lookout for local crime” included the following quote: “We have a problem with the Lupe's (Place) crowd, and the customers there with the litter and the loitering and the drinking and the drugs.” Ouch! Tom and I and our two Labs can be seen “loitering” out front of Lupe's every Saturday morning with the other La Cañada regulars. As for litter, you know Labs, they eat anything that touches the ground.
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May 18, 2006
The La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association's annual Bingo Barbecue held at Crescenta-Canada YMCA on May 6 was lively and fun with delicious food and lots of winners among the 125 attendees. Chaired by Sharon Boettcher and catered by Arbor Crest, the event was the coordinated effort of many Association members. A theme cake donated by Glendale Bakery & Deli featuring a bingo card and strawberry roses was scrumptious as well as greatly admired. Jerry Martin was the master of ceremonies, and callers of the eight bingo games included Otis Hutchins, Joy Gifford, Joe Thompson, Gloria Winkley, Jim Carbonetti, Shirley Hingst, Don Hingst and Gloria Beyer.
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October 28, 2004
Classic and Contemporary American Plays kicked off in style at the Alex Theatre on Oct. 18 with an all-star opening night reception in the theater's spectacular art deco lobby. Glendale dignitaries Mayor Bob Yousefian, City Manager Jim Starbird and Glendale Police Chief Randy Adams joined actors Bonnie Franklin, Hattie Winston, Michael Gross, Bruce Weitz, James Eckhouse and Marsha Kramer, along with renowned composer Richard Sherman, for a pre-show reception followed by a staged reading of Richard Greenber's award-winning play "Eastern Standard."
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By Joe Puglia | December 19, 2012
Mrs. Testa was an old curmudgeon. She lived alone on the fifth floor of my building; rarely did she leave her apartment. It was rumored that she once was a beautiful countess in Milano. She may have been; I know she was very wealthy. It was sad that no one in our neighborhood ever knew her first name. Mrs. Testa spoke to no one but me. It was a business arrangement. Once a month I'd wash her windows. After holding on for dear life, five floors above the pavement, I'd walk away with an extra dollar.
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By Joe Puglia | December 25, 2008
It was Christmas Eve and the weather outside was frightful. We had just returned from Midnight Mass and after a tiring day at the deli my mom and dad decided to settle down for a long winter’s nap. That was my cue to head for the streets and hang with the boys on the corner of 238th and White Plains Road. “Joseph — stop at the deli and make sure the heater’s unplugged,” my dad said. “Sure, Dad,” I replied. Outside, the night was freezing and black as coal.
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