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November 13, 2008
On first impression, does image really matter? Does the first three seconds of interaction really determine a positive connection with others? I will share a couple of stories and you can decide whether image matters. Test it on yourself.   Story No.1: A client of mine, who is completing her last year of medical school, related this incident to me: She was just completing a 12-hour emergency room schedule. After work, wearing her sweats and no makeup, she went to a major upscale department store to do some shopping.
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By Mary O'Keefe | February 14, 2008
A 30-year-old La Cañada man was arrested Feb. 7 on suspicion of possession of narcotics and indecent exposure after a woman observed him standing naked with the curtain partially opened in the dressing room of the Bargain Box in the 4600 block of Oakwood Avenue. According to the report, the woman reported the man to a store employee who called the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. The suspect attempted to leave but the employee made a citizen’s arrest and detained him. When deputies arrived they took the suspect into custody.
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November 4, 2010
Recent purse snatchings and another attempted theft at Foothill Boulevard businesses have the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station warning shoppers and store employees to keep a close eye on their belongings, and to stay on the lookout for a tricky couple with sticky fingers. Sheriff's deputies report that the first known distract-and-grab incident in a possible string of thefts occurred Oct. 14 at the Crescenta Valley Flower Mart. A Latino man thought to be in his mid-30s entered the store with a woman who also appeared to be Latino and in her 30s and asked a clerk to construct a bouquet while his partner looked around the shop.
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By Kristen Brakeman | September 29, 2010
I've been to a little place in parenting hell and its name is Hollister. My sixth-grade daughter asked for a few new shirts to start the school year. She lobbied hard for a trip to Hollister because she heard they had "cute tanks" on sale. Since she had recently outgrown kid stores and cleverly showed price awareness, I relented. Hollister, it turns out, is the slightly less perfumed spawn of Abercrombie and Fitch. It has a beach-themed façade and the clothes in the window displays are indeed quite cute.
SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | January 21, 2010
La Cañada High’s boys’ soccer team shut out the leading goal scorer in the Rio Hondo League as the Spartans got the best of Monrovia, 2-0, and took sole possession of first place in the standings on Friday. Matt McKenzie and Matt Cannatta scored a goal each for the Spartans. Monrovia senior Mathias Ibanez, who had 16 goals heading into the game and was tied with La Cañada’s Cameron Meeker for the most in the Rio Hondo League, was kept quiet on the afternoon.
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January 12, 2006
Note... It seems this is a good time, a "new year," to think of long time friends, right? Anyhow, it is a "good" for me. We met Barney and Ruth Bitting and their pet "Hermie" on the Rincon Parkway along the ocean in Ventura and became instant friends. They live in Placentia so it is quite a drive for them. We surely enjoyed meeting up with them so many times and would listen to Barney's adventures during Happy Hours in our trailer while gazing at the ocean waves. This is an article that his wife, Ruthie sent us, titled, WHO'S THAT LADY?
NEWS
October 14, 2010
Area 1: 2500 block of Foothill Boulevard: Someone stole the front grill from a woman's 2006 Mercedes sometime on between Oct. 6 at 5:30 p.m. and Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. It was the second time in recent months that the car's grill had been stolen. The loss was valued at $600. 4400 block of Ramsdell Avenue: A business owner reported that somebody entered his fenced-in auto-repair shop sometime between Oct. 9 at 5 p.m. and Oct 10 at 8 .m. and stole a custom-made bicycle. The loss was valued at $450.
NEWS
By Leticia Cheng | September 8, 2005
While many high school graduates and soon to be college freshmen have spent their last summers at home relaxing and enjoying the company of the friends they'll soon leave behind, many have also spent the past three months being employed and gaining work experience. For example, Michelle Lee, a member of LCHS's class of 2005, has had an internship at Visual Communications, a nonprofit Asian American media arts center in Los Angeles whose mission is to preserve visual artifacts, such as photographs, in ethnic minorities, especially Asian Americans.
FEATURES
April 26, 2007
Jane Napier Neely Chit Chat from Here and There … In spite of the April showers last Friday, the premiere party celebrating the opening of the 43rd Pasadena Showcase House of Design was perfect. As if on cue, the rain stopped and the sun shown on the formally dressed guests as they arrived to view the magnificent Boddy mansion. They were then motored down the hill to the lovely party held in a tent on the main lawn of Descanso Gardens. Buni DeMesme-Anders , Vicki McCluggage , and Cindy Hawkins , chairs of the premiere party did a fabulous job coordinating this beautiful event.
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November 13, 2008
On first impression, does image really matter? Does the first three seconds of interaction really determine a positive connection with others? I will share a couple of stories and you can decide whether image matters. Test it on yourself.   Story No.1: A client of mine, who is completing her last year of medical school, related this incident to me: She was just completing a 12-hour emergency room schedule. After work, wearing her sweats and no makeup, she went to a major upscale department store to do some shopping.
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