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April 9, 2009
Go abroad without leaving the country with The La Cañada Kiwanis on April 18, as the organization presents “Corsica and the Rivieras,” its next program in a series of travel films. Corsica is an island footprint in the Mediterranean with its big toe pointing north to the French Riviera and Italy’s Riviera di Oriente. The film, presented by Stan Walsh , explores all three, the rugged historic Corsica and the glittering coastline of the Italian and French Riviera.
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July 22, 2004
Boarding the Catalina Express at Dana Point, we have the feeling we're going to escape Southern California traffic and congestion in very short order. We are right. Within minutes, we're "at sea" in the channel between Los Angeles and Catalina Island - no horns honking, no crawling along the freeway and no worries. We're on our way to Avalon, the picturesque little town built near the southern tip of Catalina Island. It's just a 75-minute ride from the dock at Dana Point, and even a shorter distance from other points closer to L.A. Our slight trepidation about potential seasickness quickly evaporates as we see how well our sleek craft cuts through the moderate waves on what will become a perfect sunny Southern California day. Along the way we see merchant vessels as well as a half-dozen or so 30-odd-foot pleasure craft obviously rigged for fishing and congregating at what must be a prime fishing ground.
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By Jane Napier Neely | November 19, 2009
We are just a week away from Thanksgiving Day. Of course, that means that the day after the big national feast it is time to put up the holiday lights and try to remember where you stashed the garland that goes around the lamp post as the community prepares for the festive season ahead. This past weekend, two theaters in the greater Los Angeles area opened their curtains for exciting family holiday entertainment. Last Saturday afternoon the musical, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” tried to upset the citizens of Whoville at the historic Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.
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April 9, 2009
Go abroad without leaving the country with The La Cañada Kiwanis on April 18, as the organization presents “Corsica and the Rivieras,” its next program in a series of travel films. Corsica is an island footprint in the Mediterranean with its big toe pointing north to the French Riviera and Italy’s Riviera di Oriente. The film, presented by Stan Walsh , explores all three, the rugged historic Corsica and the glittering coastline of the Italian and French Riviera.
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