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By Joe Puglia | February 8, 2012
In the Corps, everyone had a nickname. You either created your own, or you were anointed with a name that would hardly depict your best interests. Mine was “Lt.” There were two boys in the regiment from Arkansas. They joined the Corps on the buddy plan and were inseparable. They called themselves “Butch” and “Sundance.” They were tough, competent sergeants with iron wills, undaunted when things went south. Butch and Sundance had a penchant for yarning. They'd captivate the Marines for hours telling tall tales from the Ozarks.
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March 15, 2007
The Autry National Center fires up the grill as the Kansas City Barbeque Society rides into Southern California for the second annual Barbeque Championship and Festival. Taste championship-quality barbecue from around the country. Learn tricks of the trade through cooking demonstrations and lectures by noted chefs such as Lenny Bent from the "Cookin' with Lenny" television show; Charles Perry, Los Angeles Times food critic, who will cook up some real 1950s L.A. barbecue; and Kathy Murphy, who tackles tri-tip barbecue.
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By Lynn Duvall | July 13, 2006
I have to hold down the commentary today so that I'll have room for some great summer barbecue ideas. These recipes call for pork but the salsas could accompany grilled chicken, halibut or swordfish. A couple weeks ago I was interviewed as an expert on container rose gardening. My patio garden looked great, but shortly afterward I was hit by a really nasty spider mite epidemic. I hope your garden is weathering the heat. This is one of the few times I am thankful for the oak canopy; it helps the plants hold onto their moisture.
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By Melanie Hicken, melanie.hicken@latimes.com | May 11, 2011
CITY HALL — Several of Councilman Rafi Manoukian’s nominees for city boards and commissions were put on the hot seat Tuesday night as his colleagues questioned their qualifications. Several of Manoukian’s picks — including city critic Richard Espiritu, former City Council candidate Vartan Gharpetian, and former commissioner Aram Kazazian — had drawn criticism in recent weeks, with some residents pointing to their past brushes with controversy. Manoukian withdrew Espiritu — citing health concerns — from consideration and a vote on Kazazian’s appointment to the Glendale Water & Power Commission was postponed to a later meeting.
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By Peter Day | November 15, 2012
On Nov. 23, 1989, Arizona drug dealer Eric Owen Mann shot and killed two men who came to his home to purchase cocaine. He was subsequently convicted and sentenced to die. On Nov. 7, nearly 23 years after the crime, 40 La Cañada High School 7/8 history students witnessed the American legal system wrestle with Mann's fate. Judges and attorneys argued whether Mann, who has been on death row since 1995, should receive a reprieve from the death penalty. The trip to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena was a revealing look at the justice system, but La Cañada High 7/8 parent Guy Iversen said it was more.
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September 22, 2012
La Cañada Flintridge Sept. 3 Identity theft: 300 block of Corona Drive, 9:13 a.m. A woman's PayPal account was used to order a $2,422 Apple laptop computer while she was out of town. The theft was discovered Sept. 17. Sept. 11 Burglary: 4500 block of Leata Lane, before 3:50 p.m. Kitchen door window smashed, four watches and Louis Vuitton purse, reported as worth $7,200 total, stolen from a home. The neighboring home was also burglarized. Two watches and an iPad 2 were taken.
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By Megan O'Neil megan.oneil@latimes.com | October 12, 2010
The hours that officials spent during a congressional hearing Tuesday questioning the tactical response to the massive Station fire did little to satiate long-simmering frustration among residents who lost their homes in the blaze. Local congressional representatives Tuesday grilled U.S. Forest Service officials about their response to the Station fire, including an apparent communication breakdown that delayed aerial water drops at a critical juncture during the first 24 hours of the firefight.
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May 12, 2012
May 6 4463 Oak Grove Drive: Theft, after 9 a.m. Apple iPhone, $240 in currency, a cell phone case and a black leather wallet containing credit cards later used to make fraudulent purchases were taken from car in La Cañada High School parking lot. May 5 1100 block of Foothill Boulevard: Mail theft, 3:30 a.m. A patrol deputy noticed a vehicle stopping frequently as two men ran alongside, opening mailboxes on Foothill and...
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By Ruth Longoria | May 29, 2008
Anticipation is keeping some folks anxiously waiting for what appears to be the nearing completion Town Center. But, apparently, looks can be deceiving ? and the project isn?t nearly as close to completion as the façade of the structures may appear, according to Town Center developer Darren Mattix. Despite this, names of several prospective tenants are floating around town ? and a few names have made it past the first stages of the city?s planning commission. The most prominent, at this point, being Chipotle Mexican Grill, which has only one more planned appearance to gain planning commission approval, said Fred Buss, senior planner for the city of La Cañada Flintridge.
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By Peter Day | November 15, 2012
On Nov. 23, 1989, Arizona drug dealer Eric Owen Mann shot and killed two men who came to his home to purchase cocaine. He was subsequently convicted and sentenced to die. On Nov. 7, nearly 23 years after the crime, 40 La Cañada High School 7/8 history students witnessed the American legal system wrestle with Mann's fate. Judges and attorneys argued whether Mann, who has been on death row since 1995, should receive a reprieve from the death penalty. The trip to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena was a revealing look at the justice system, but La Cañada High 7/8 parent Guy Iversen said it was more.
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September 22, 2012
La Cañada Flintridge Sept. 3 Identity theft: 300 block of Corona Drive, 9:13 a.m. A woman's PayPal account was used to order a $2,422 Apple laptop computer while she was out of town. The theft was discovered Sept. 17. Sept. 11 Burglary: 4500 block of Leata Lane, before 3:50 p.m. Kitchen door window smashed, four watches and Louis Vuitton purse, reported as worth $7,200 total, stolen from a home. The neighboring home was also burglarized. Two watches and an iPad 2 were taken.
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May 12, 2012
May 6 4463 Oak Grove Drive: Theft, after 9 a.m. Apple iPhone, $240 in currency, a cell phone case and a black leather wallet containing credit cards later used to make fraudulent purchases were taken from car in La Cañada High School parking lot. May 5 1100 block of Foothill Boulevard: Mail theft, 3:30 a.m. A patrol deputy noticed a vehicle stopping frequently as two men ran alongside, opening mailboxes on Foothill and...
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By Joe Puglia | February 8, 2012
In the Corps, everyone had a nickname. You either created your own, or you were anointed with a name that would hardly depict your best interests. Mine was “Lt.” There were two boys in the regiment from Arkansas. They joined the Corps on the buddy plan and were inseparable. They called themselves “Butch” and “Sundance.” They were tough, competent sergeants with iron wills, undaunted when things went south. Butch and Sundance had a penchant for yarning. They'd captivate the Marines for hours telling tall tales from the Ozarks.
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By Melanie Hicken, melanie.hicken@latimes.com | May 11, 2011
CITY HALL — Several of Councilman Rafi Manoukian’s nominees for city boards and commissions were put on the hot seat Tuesday night as his colleagues questioned their qualifications. Several of Manoukian’s picks — including city critic Richard Espiritu, former City Council candidate Vartan Gharpetian, and former commissioner Aram Kazazian — had drawn criticism in recent weeks, with some residents pointing to their past brushes with controversy. Manoukian withdrew Espiritu — citing health concerns — from consideration and a vote on Kazazian’s appointment to the Glendale Water & Power Commission was postponed to a later meeting.
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By Megan O'Neil megan.oneil@latimes.com | October 12, 2010
The hours that officials spent during a congressional hearing Tuesday questioning the tactical response to the massive Station fire did little to satiate long-simmering frustration among residents who lost their homes in the blaze. Local congressional representatives Tuesday grilled U.S. Forest Service officials about their response to the Station fire, including an apparent communication breakdown that delayed aerial water drops at a critical juncture during the first 24 hours of the firefight.
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By Ruth Longoria | May 29, 2008
Anticipation is keeping some folks anxiously waiting for what appears to be the nearing completion Town Center. But, apparently, looks can be deceiving — and the project isn’t nearly as close to completion as the façade of the structures may appear, according to Town Center developer Darren Mattix. Despite this, names of several prospective tenants are floating around town — and a few names have made it past the first stages of the city’s planning commission.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 15, 2007
The Autry National Center fires up the grill as the Kansas City Barbeque Society rides into Southern California for the second annual Barbeque Championship and Festival. Taste championship-quality barbecue from around the country. Learn tricks of the trade through cooking demonstrations and lectures by noted chefs such as Lenny Bent from the "Cookin' with Lenny" television show; Charles Perry, Los Angeles Times food critic, who will cook up some real 1950s L.A. barbecue; and Kathy Murphy, who tackles tri-tip barbecue.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lynn Duvall | July 13, 2006
I have to hold down the commentary today so that I'll have room for some great summer barbecue ideas. These recipes call for pork but the salsas could accompany grilled chicken, halibut or swordfish. A couple weeks ago I was interviewed as an expert on container rose gardening. My patio garden looked great, but shortly afterward I was hit by a really nasty spider mite epidemic. I hope your garden is weathering the heat. This is one of the few times I am thankful for the oak canopy; it helps the plants hold onto their moisture.
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