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July 17, 2008
Matt Ashby, Crescenta Valley, Junior, Outfielder Second-team All-Pacific Leaguer hit .426 with 19 runs. ? Oscar Aguirre, Hoover, Senior, Infielder Hit .439 with 17 RBI and tallied 2.88 ERA with 65 Ks in just over 58 innings. ? Nick Bozeman, Burroughs, Junior, Utility Second-team All-Pacific League selection hit .358 with 21 runs and 20 RBI and had 2.56 ERA. ? Mark Chodas, Flintridge Prep, Senior, Infielder First-team All-Prep Leaguer hit .444 with 22 runs and 19 RBI. ?
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June 5, 2008
La Cañada Valley Sun sports editor Seth Amitin created a blog as an open forum for La Cañadans to have discussions on topics about the Dodgers. If you?d like to comment or voice your opinion, visit the blog: dingers.wordpress.com ? Brad Penny?s struggles a problem? Publish date: May 30, 2008 ? So far, a number of Dodgers have struggled: Penny, Lowe, Loney, Kent and Jones. Jones has been the obvious winner of the slumpstakes, but he?s on the DL, so we?
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March 25, 2010
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Megan O’Neil | February 4, 2010
It was no small feat for Roy Lanterman to convince his spouse to retire to his childhood neighborhood of La Cañada. In 1915, Emily Lanterman, the daughter of a respected physician and the wife of another, had an active social life in Los Angeles and was loath to give it up. Emily conceded to her husband’s wish on the condition that a large ballroom be included in the architectural design for the family home to built on Encinas Drive....
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By Anita S. Brenner | November 30, 2011
Carlos Moorhead's death last week marked the end of an era. Amiable and gracious, as a congressman, Moorhead always was concerned with the welfare of his constituents. He was the epitome of across-the-aisle mediation and reconciliation. He looked for solutions, not recriminations. He was a gentleman and a devoted public servant. In the mid-1980s, we had the great good fortune to open our law offices on the same floor as Moorhead's Pasadena field office. At the time, I was not much interested in meeting a Republican congressman or his staff.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | September 10, 2009
The 2009 season represents a changing of the guard for the Flintridge Prep football team, as key positions on both sides of the ball have been vacated by veteran players who graduated. There are few experienced seniors returning, but with an abundance of juniors on the varsity roster and a large freshman class waiting in the wings, the Rebels are in sort of an interim period where Coach Perry Skaggs feels the program could be a year away from mounting a serious run. That’s not to say he doesn’t envision this year’s team as capable of being highly competitive in the Prep League with an eye on achieving the program’s third straight CIF Southern Section Northeast Division playoff appearance.
NEWS
By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | September 4, 2013
It's a Saturday afternoon at Foothill Records and the regular clientele is starting to trickle in: local music enthusiasts looking for a rare used vinyl record, or maybe even a CD. Carol Schofield sits in a chair behind the register, shouting out to customers to ask how they're doing. Most seem to know what they're looking for, and one regular informs her that he's going to look in the back room of the store. A young man drops a Doors LP onto the countertop and waits for her to inspect it. Price labels are absent from the majority of the stock, and Schofield typically makes a deal with the customer once they bring their purchases to the front.
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By Sara Cardine | December 22, 2009
As world leaders in Copenhagen last week negotiated a global response to the threat of impending climate change, a different meeting of the minds was taking place in San Francisco. As many as 15,000 of the world’s leading scientists in astrophysics, oceanography and Earth science convened at the American Geophysical Union conference in an attempt to better understand the scope of changing weather patterns and what it could mean for future generations. Among them was JPL scientist and longtime La Cañada resident Moustafa Chahine.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | September 4, 2013
Flags at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge were lowered to half staff last week as the NASA center honored former JPL director Bruce C. Murray, who passed away at 81. Murray died on Thursday, Aug. 29 at his home in Oceanside after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. He was director of the lab from 1976 to 1982. During his watch, he saw Voyager 1 and 2 launch to explore Jupiter and Saturn, and Viking land on Mars. He was also a scientist on the first Mars missions - Mariner 3 and 4. After he left JPL, Murray became a professor of planetary science and geology at Caltech in Pasadena.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | September 4, 2013
It's a Saturday afternoon at Foothill Records and the regular clientele is starting to trickle in: local music enthusiasts looking for a rare used vinyl record, or maybe even a CD. Carol Schofield sits in a chair behind the register, shouting out to customers to ask how they're doing. Most seem to know what they're looking for, and one regular informs her that he's going to look in the back room of the store. A young man drops a Doors LP onto the countertop and waits for her to inspect it. Price labels are absent from the majority of the stock, and Schofield typically makes a deal with the customer once they bring their purchases to the front.
NEWS
By Anita S. Brenner | November 30, 2011
Carlos Moorhead's death last week marked the end of an era. Amiable and gracious, as a congressman, Moorhead always was concerned with the welfare of his constituents. He was the epitome of across-the-aisle mediation and reconciliation. He looked for solutions, not recriminations. He was a gentleman and a devoted public servant. In the mid-1980s, we had the great good fortune to open our law offices on the same floor as Moorhead's Pasadena field office. At the time, I was not much interested in meeting a Republican congressman or his staff.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Megan O’Neil | February 4, 2010
It was no small feat for Roy Lanterman to convince his spouse to retire to his childhood neighborhood of La Cañada. In 1915, Emily Lanterman, the daughter of a respected physician and the wife of another, had an active social life in Los Angeles and was loath to give it up. Emily conceded to her husband’s wish on the condition that a large ballroom be included in the architectural design for the family home to built on Encinas Drive....
NEWS
By Sara Cardine | December 22, 2009
As world leaders in Copenhagen last week negotiated a global response to the threat of impending climate change, a different meeting of the minds was taking place in San Francisco. As many as 15,000 of the world’s leading scientists in astrophysics, oceanography and Earth science convened at the American Geophysical Union conference in an attempt to better understand the scope of changing weather patterns and what it could mean for future generations. Among them was JPL scientist and longtime La Cañada resident Moustafa Chahine.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | September 10, 2009
The 2009 season represents a changing of the guard for the Flintridge Prep football team, as key positions on both sides of the ball have been vacated by veteran players who graduated. There are few experienced seniors returning, but with an abundance of juniors on the varsity roster and a large freshman class waiting in the wings, the Rebels are in sort of an interim period where Coach Perry Skaggs feels the program could be a year away from mounting a serious run. That’s not to say he doesn’t envision this year’s team as capable of being highly competitive in the Prep League with an eye on achieving the program’s third straight CIF Southern Section Northeast Division playoff appearance.
NEWS
July 17, 2008
Ramiro Carreon, St. Francis, Senior, Utility First-team All-Mission Leaguer hit team-high .368 with 23 runs and 22 RBI, while going 3-3 on the mound with a 2.64 ERA. ? Sako Chapjian, Hoover, Senior, Infielder Tornadoes shortstop led team with 26 RBI and six home runs to go with .414 average, 20 runs and 11 walks. ? AJ Dupre, Burroughs, Junior, Utility First baseman was an All-Pacific League first-team who hit .360 with 23 RBI, 21 runs.
NEWS
June 5, 2008
La Cañada Valley Sun sports editor Seth Amitin created a blog as an open forum for La Cañadans to have discussions on topics about the Dodgers. If you?d like to comment or voice your opinion, visit the blog: dingers.wordpress.com ? Brad Penny?s struggles a problem? Publish date: May 30, 2008 ? So far, a number of Dodgers have struggled: Penny, Lowe, Loney, Kent and Jones. Jones has been the obvious winner of the slumpstakes, but he?s on the DL, so we?
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