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By Photos and story By Mary O’Keefe | August 28, 2008
A host of activities accompanied the opening of Sport Chalet last week, beginning with the ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday. More than 200 customers stood in line early Friday morning as they waited for the new store to open. The offer of a gift card for the first 200 in line brought some out, but for most it was the store itself. ?We are excited,? said La Cañada resident Dianne Richardson. She and her daughter, Sara Stueve, were the first in line, arriving at 6:30 a.m. They couldn?
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November 4, 2004
Students at Paradise Canyon Elementary recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week with many activities designed to help the children stay drug free, such as "Hugs Not Drugs" day (bring a favorite stuffed animal) and "Tied to Good Health" day (wear a crazy tie). With this being an election year, the theme for the week was to "Elect to Be Drug Free." Students donned red bracelets, put ribbons on their backpacks, signed a classroom pledge and school banner, as well as signed ribbons to send to Washington D.C. as a sign of unity and concern for others.
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March 30, 2006
Dilbeck Realtors GMAC, with help from its three corporate sponsors - InterValley Escrow, Ambassador Capital and First Southwestern Title - have joined forces with local sponsors - The La Canada Outlook and The La Cañada Valley Sun - to bring "Easter in the Park" to the community, according to Dilbeck spokeswoman Bev Widney. "I would like to thank these community-minded organizations. After all, it is due to their generosity that this event is such a huge success, year after year," Widney said.
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December 1, 2005
Kindra Lynn Gromelski and Lieutenant Karl Martin Kirkeby were married March 19 at the United States Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Maryland. The Rev. Ed Winkler officiated. After the ceremony the couple exited the chapel to the traditional Navy Sword Arch Ceremony. An evening reception followed at the Loews Annapolis Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Betty Kozak of Alexandria, Va., and Stan Gromelski of Burgess, Va. She is a graduate of T.C. Williams H.S., Emory University, and William and Mary School of Law. She is currently an attorney for Exxon Mobil Corporation in Fairfax, Va. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Len Kirkeby of La Cañada Flintridge.
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April 28, 2005
American Ballet Theatre, America's National Ballet Company, lead by Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie, returns to the Dance at the Music Center series at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for a second consecutive season April 28 to May 1. The programs include four performances of the company's acclaimed production of "Giselle" and a single evening of repertory works to music of Tchaikovsky, including "Theme and Variations," "Ballet Imperial" and...
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By Bianca P. Gallegos | March 22, 2007
Entering the La Cañada Elementary School cafeteria and seeing the different shapes, colors and form of movement that each piece of art displayed was like eye-candy. The artwork exhibited at the Fifth LCE Art Museum was created by LCE students in grades 1st through 6th. Every year, in preparation for the museum, students learn about artists whose work exemplifies a different theme. In the past, themes have included: "Object Art," "Stripes," "Splat, Boom. Pow! "Light," and this year's theme is, "Movin'!
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July 31, 2008
?The Dark Knight,? second installment of the ?Batman Begins? franchise, does not disappoint. This time around, Batman (Christian Bale) faces a new foe- the Joker (Heath Ledger) who wants to see Gotham tear itself apart just for the fun of it. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne, Batman?s secret identity, is having problems of his own with his girl (Maggie Gyllenhaal) in the arms of a better man, Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) because Bruce can never be there for her. The Joker is trying to pull Dent into his plan and show that even the highest of Gotham?
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January 19, 2006
Dry Branch Fire Squad At Coffee Gallery Backstage Monday, Jan. 23Whether creeping up the damp hills of festival grounds, surging through a concert hall, or echoing from an LP, CD, or whatever latest tune-spewing digital device one prefers, the clarion clamor of the Dry Branch Fire Squad is instantly recognizable. But instantly recognizable does not equal easily defined. For in the capable hands of Dry Branch, a brand new tune may take on the weight and intensity of a timeless traditional lament, while something old and almost forgotten will be granted an urgency that immediately reawakens the song to its modem surroundings.
NEWS
November 24, 2004
Mrs. Rappleye's first grade class of La Cañada Elementary recently practiced their printing and Mrs. Hopkins's fourth grade class, also of LCE, practiced their cursive in a recent handwriting assignment to share what they were thankful for. Here are their thoughts: From Mrs. Rappleye's class: I am thankful for turkey and other healthy food. I am also thankful for my pets and my family. -Gillian I am thankful for my family and my house.-Julia I am thankful for my family and my dogs and food and water.
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By Photos and story By Mary O’Keefe | August 28, 2008
A host of activities accompanied the opening of Sport Chalet last week, beginning with the ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday. More than 200 customers stood in line early Friday morning as they waited for the new store to open. The offer of a gift card for the first 200 in line brought some out, but for most it was the store itself. ?We are excited,? said La Cañada resident Dianne Richardson. She and her daughter, Sara Stueve, were the first in line, arriving at 6:30 a.m. They couldn?
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