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By Megan O’Neil | March 18, 2010
Hanging on the wall at Penelope’s Cafe is a striking black and white photograph of three bearded young men pouring over a movie script. It isn’t just a shot of any three men, however. They are George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and John Milius. And, it isn’t just any script. It is a draft of “Apocalypse Now.” There is nothing ordinary, moreover, about the woman behind the camera. The iconic shot, which has been published many times in books and magazines, is the work of noted still movie photographer and La Cañada resident Gemma La Mana.
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By Megan O’Neil | March 12, 2010
Hanging on the wall at Penelope’s Cafe is a striking black and white photograph of three bearded young men pouring over a movie script. It isn’t just any three men, however. They are George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and John Milius. And it isn’t just any script. It is a draft of “Apocalypse Now.” Lastly, the woman behind the camera isn’t just any photographer. The iconic shot, which has been published many times in books and magazines, is the work of noted still movie photographer and La Cañada resident Gemma La Mana.
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March 30, 2011
Q. A growing number of evangelical churches are embracing Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) as a way of attracting and converting young men. Pastors of these churches say that they're using MMA not only to toughen up the message of Christ, but also to combat their fear that churches have become too feminized, with too much emphasis on kindness and compassion and not enough on responsibility and strength. Some of the churches not only hold gatherings to watch televised MMA fights and give lectures using the bouts to explain Christ's battle for his beliefs, they also host fight nights between members of their congregations and claim the mix of faith and fighting is intended to promote Christian values.
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By Megan O’Neil | March 18, 2010
Hanging on the wall at Penelope’s Cafe is a striking black and white photograph of three bearded young men pouring over a movie script. It isn’t just a shot of any three men, however. They are George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and John Milius. And, it isn’t just any script. It is a draft of “Apocalypse Now.” There is nothing ordinary, moreover, about the woman behind the camera. The iconic shot, which has been published many times in books and magazines, is the work of noted still movie photographer and La Cañada resident Gemma La Mana.
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By Megan O’Neil | March 12, 2010
Hanging on the wall at Penelope’s Cafe is a striking black and white photograph of three bearded young men pouring over a movie script. It isn’t just any three men, however. They are George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and John Milius. And it isn’t just any script. It is a draft of “Apocalypse Now.” Lastly, the woman behind the camera isn’t just any photographer. The iconic shot, which has been published many times in books and magazines, is the work of noted still movie photographer and La Cañada resident Gemma La Mana.
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