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January 8, 2009
The theme is ?Celebrate Music,? and the planning committee for the 10th annual Dinner Show , a fundraiser for the La Cañada High School Band, Orchestra and Color Guard , is working hard to make sure the event is filled with both music and celebration. Larger in scope than any of the previous Dinner Shows, the event, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 7, has moved from the LCHS Gym to the spacious Glendale Civic Auditorium. Those attending will be seated comfortably at large tables with a view of the stage where the numerous musical groups will perform.
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May 10, 2007
In May, the Allen Lund Company will support two events: Foothills Relay for Life and the La Cañada Flintridge 34th Annual Memorial Weekend Fiesta Days . For the fifth consecutive year, the Allen Lund Company and its employees will be supporting the upcoming Foothills Relay for Life to be held at Clark Magnet High School in La Crescenta May 19 and 20. The Allen Lund Company team, Lund Life Lights, will be at the 24-hour walk, which...
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May 25, 2006
Compiled by Carol Cormaci Ten Years Ago … Rebuilding efforts were underway at the strip mall on Foothill Boulevard at Gould Avenue, where La Cañada Flintridge's most disastrous fire in history had taken place in November 1995. Bank of America announced it hoped to be in operation in its new quarters by Thanksgiving of '96. Twenty Years Ago … In an effort to upgrade a school district music program that had suffered from a lack of funding for several years, the La Cañada school board heard a recommendation to hire a music consultant to conduct a general music program for all students in grades one through six. The cost would be $20,000, according to a report.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | August 11, 2010
LCF Merchants will host a citywide sidewalk sale Saturday intended to stimulate business in the typically quiet month of August. The sale will include discounted retail prices, free food and drink samples and an opportunity to meet and mingle with local business owners, said Sue Stranger, owner of Adobe Design and head of the LCF Merchants. More than 30 businesses will participate, Stranger said. "It is [an effort] to create a little stimulus for the merchants because August tends to be dark," Stranger said.
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By Levent Akbarut | August 12, 2010
Wednesday marked the first day of Ramadan. During this month, observing Muslims around the world fast by abstaining from food and drink from sunrise to sunset. Fasting in Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islamic faith along with belief in the oneness of God and in Muhammad as God's messenger, performing the daily prayers, paying the yearly charity due (Zakat), and performing the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj). The command for fasting came from God to Prophet Muhammad the second year in the Islamic calendar, 624 AD. "Ramadan is the month in which was sent down the Quran, as a guide to mankind, also clear signs for guidance and judgment between right and wrong.
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By Levent Akbarut | July 21, 2012
Thursday at sunset signified the start of Ramadan. During this month, observing Muslims around the world fast by abstaining from food and drink from dawn to sunset. Fasting in Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islamic faith, along with belief in the oneness of God and in Muhammad as God's messenger, performing the daily prayers, paying the yearly charity due (Zakat), and performing the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj). The fasting in Ramadan is the month of self-restraint, self-purification and increased spirituality.
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By Loa Blasucci | December 27, 2007
It’s been a week of celebrating. Rich foods and chocolate tempt you continually and quite possibly, you’ve got a counter full of other holiday sweets and treats. It’s a good time to check in with your body and see how your stomach is feeling. Take a moment and ask yourself, are you feeling calm with a flat tummy? Or, are you noticing more acid reflux, bloating, gas, or stomach discomfort than usual? Today we round out this series on digestion. In working to relieve digestive problems we’ve covered; take smaller bites , chew more , and never let yourself feel full . I want to wrap this series up with the most powerful management tool you have.
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By Mary O'Keefe | November 16, 2006
"City folk" students at Palm Crest Elementary learned a little bit about where their milk comes from with the help of the Dairy Council of California. "This is Annie," said Efrain Valenzuela, Mobile Dairy Classroom instructor. Students "awwwed" and giggled at Annie the diary cow as Valenzuela explained the "ins" and even the "outs" of diary cows. "This brown and white cow is known as a Guernsey," Valenzuela said, introducing another gentle bovine. He continued to teach the students everything from cattle terms to how the milk gets from cow to carton.
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August 23, 2007
The People’s Republic of China will be hosting the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. People from many countries will be entering this Chinese culture. To the Chinese, it is a strange Western concept to be kind to strangers in public. Rules of proper behavior in China are usually applied only to family, friends and acquaintances. In front of peers, relationships, saving face, harmony, humbleness and modesty are important to the Chinese. Understanding this concept may make it easier for foreigners to understand the Chinese rules of behavior.
NEWS
June 14, 2007
For those entertaining visitors, have children at home or are just a kid at heart, chances are that this summer will include at least one trip to an amusement park. The Automobile Club of Southern California's AAA Travel Agency has developed several tips to help negotiate summer crowds, save money and create a great family outing. "Several world-class theme parks are just a couple of hours away by car for most Southern Californians," said Friedie Forest, the Auto Club's Montrose district manager.
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January 8, 2009
The theme is ?Celebrate Music,? and the planning committee for the 10th annual Dinner Show , a fundraiser for the La Cañada High School Band, Orchestra and Color Guard , is working hard to make sure the event is filled with both music and celebration. Larger in scope than any of the previous Dinner Shows, the event, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 7, has moved from the LCHS Gym to the spacious Glendale Civic Auditorium. Those attending will be seated comfortably at large tables with a view of the stage where the numerous musical groups will perform.
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