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August 21, 2008
Q. My mother, who is 83 years old and in the second stage of Alzheimer?s, has become a hoarder. She treasures every little broken piece of glass that the neighborhood children give her. She also loves animals and currently has five cats, a dog and a cockatoo. She had 33 cats until the county health department made her get rid of 28 of them. She can?t keep the cat boxes clean any more and has lost her sense of smell. I want to get a caregiver for her, but can?t find anyone willing to also care for the animals.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 19, 2007
EVENTS Friday, April 27, at 8 p.m . The 27th annual presentation of the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes will be held in UCLA's Royce Hall. PBS Newshour host Jim Lehrer will emcee the event, and the ceremony will recognize William Kittredge with the Robert Kirsch Award for lifetime achievement as well as honor books in nine categories. The Los Angeles Times Book Prizes, established in 1980, celebrate outstanding literary achievement in biography, current interest, fiction, first fiction, history, mystery/thriller, poetry, science and technology and young adult fiction.
NEWS
By Anita S. Brenner | November 14, 2012
As if bears, mountain lions and a “divided nation” were not enough, the “La Cañada Prowler” skulks about. Just as coyotes know no boundaries, the Prowler scoots across city limits. Montrose. Glendale. La Cañada Flintridge. Not a problem for the La Cañada Prowler. “Lock your doors!” say the police. “Keep the lights on!” says the sheriff. Good advice, but the most important deterrent is the social contract. It's up to us, not FEMA, not Homeland Security, and not the police.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 16, 2004
The "Light and Hope Stained Glass Windows" display at Forest Lawn Memorial-Park in Glendale opened to rave reviews Nov. 25 and marked the start of the holiday season with a rare blend of renowned stained glass art and community contributions that truly symbolize the season. Complementing the brilliant stained glass windows which trace the journey of the first Christmas and early life of Christ, relics, artifacts, and symbols from Southern California churches and community members bring the spirit of the season close to home.
FEATURES
June 1, 2006
Wine lovers will have the opportunity to taste a variety of fine wines from renowned wineries, nosh on food from some of the area's great restaurants and hear live jazz under the stars while supporting a great cause on Saturday, June 17, at the Child Educational Center's (CEC) 17thth Annual Wine Tasting Benefit. The event will be held at the Avery House on the Caltech campus, 293 S. Holliston, Pasadena, from 6 to 10:30 p.m. All proceeds from the evening will directly benefit the non-profit organization, which has been providing child care and educational outreach services since 1979.
NEWS
September 2, 2004
Thoughts from Dr. Joe by Dr. Joe Puglia So I'm driving down Green Lane the other day minding my own 'beeswax,' listening to my favorite country song, "You're the reason God made Oklahoma" and sudden-ly?smack?right in front of me, a lemonade stand; four little girls selling lemonade. It was hotter than a biscuit, so of course I had to stop. But that's not why I stopped. Before I got out of the truck, the kids were huddled outside my window screaming excitedly, "How many cups do you want Dr. Joe?"
NEWS
By Joe Puglia | June 19, 2008
So I’m driving down Green Lane minding my own beeswax, listening to my favorite country song, “You’re the reason God made Oklahoma” when, off to my left, I see a lemonade stand. Four little girls are selling lemonade. It is hotter than a biscuit. But that’s not why I stop. Heck, I’d have stopped even if I was in North Korea’s “Frozen Chosin.” Anyway, before I get out of the truck, the kids are huddled outside my window screaming excitedly, “How many cups do you want, Dr. Joe?
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March 14, 2014
La Cañada Flintridge Feb. 27 Vandalism: 4400 block of Oak Grove Drive. A member of school security contacted police so a student's mother could report an act of vandalism to report to her vehicle's insurance company. On Nov. 19, the woman reported, her son had driven her car to school. When he returned to the vehicle, he saw that it had been keyed in a manner that was "quite obvious. " The officer reviewed security video from that time period and saw nothing, but was informed the camera only records when motion is detected.
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NEWS
By Anita S. Brenner | November 14, 2012
As if bears, mountain lions and a “divided nation” were not enough, the “La Cañada Prowler” skulks about. Just as coyotes know no boundaries, the Prowler scoots across city limits. Montrose. Glendale. La Cañada Flintridge. Not a problem for the La Cañada Prowler. “Lock your doors!” say the police. “Keep the lights on!” says the sheriff. Good advice, but the most important deterrent is the social contract. It's up to us, not FEMA, not Homeland Security, and not the police.
NEWS
October 5, 2012
Sept. 22 Burglary: 4400 block of Oak Grove Drive, before 2:57 p.m. Window smashed, two Coach purses and wallets, $100 in cash, gold-rimmed Dolce & Gabbana glasses and an iPod taken from a Lincoln Navigator. Sept. 23 Theft: 2100 block of Tondolea Lane, before 9:45 a.m. Apple iPod taken from a Honda Accord. La Crescenta/ Montrose Sept. 21 Burglary: 2564 Foothill Boulevard, 1:13 p.m. A man was arrested for placing a credit card “skimming” device and a small camera on the ATM at the U.S. Bank after a customer told employees he was loitering suspiciously.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2009
There?s nothing like a good loaf of bread. It comforts us, smells wonderful and most of us have been eating it all our lives. As a staple, we still have it several times a day. We?ve been told we should eat whole wheat bread and for some of us that?s where the criteria begins and ends. But there?s a lot more to selecting a good quality loaf of bread. The most important thing?take your glasses with you to the market. You?ll have to get past the pretty picture of the old flourmill or sun kissed golden grain on the plastic wrapper and read the label.
NEWS
August 21, 2008
Q. My mother, who is 83 years old and in the second stage of Alzheimer?s, has become a hoarder. She treasures every little broken piece of glass that the neighborhood children give her. She also loves animals and currently has five cats, a dog and a cockatoo. She had 33 cats until the county health department made her get rid of 28 of them. She can?t keep the cat boxes clean any more and has lost her sense of smell. I want to get a caregiver for her, but can?t find anyone willing to also care for the animals.
NEWS
By Joe Puglia | June 19, 2008
So I’m driving down Green Lane minding my own beeswax, listening to my favorite country song, “You’re the reason God made Oklahoma” when, off to my left, I see a lemonade stand. Four little girls are selling lemonade. It is hotter than a biscuit. But that’s not why I stop. Heck, I’d have stopped even if I was in North Korea’s “Frozen Chosin.” Anyway, before I get out of the truck, the kids are huddled outside my window screaming excitedly, “How many cups do you want, Dr. Joe?
NEWS
June 14, 2007
Wine lovers will have the opportunity to taste a variety of fine wines from renowned wineries, nosh on delicious food from some of the area's finest restaurants, and enjoy live jazz under the stars and lanterns, while supporting a great cause on Saturday, June 16, at the Child Educational Center's (CEC) 18th Annual Wine Tasting Benefit. The event will be held at the Avery House on the Caltech campus (293 S. Holliston in Pasadena), from 6 to 10:30 p.m. All proceeds from the evening will directly benefit the non-profit organization, which has been providing high-quality early care and education, including consulting and educational outreach services, since 1979.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 7, 2007
EVENTS — Saturday, June 9 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m . The Orchid Society of Southern California presents its 67th annual Orchid Auction. Admission is free. First Christian Church, 221 S. 6th St., Burbank. For more information, visit www.orchidssc. Orchid Auction EXHIBITS — April 23 through Nov. 5 . Forest Lawn will display rarely seen stained glass windows from its world-renowned stained glass art collection, dating from the 13th to the 20th centuries.
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