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By Ruth Longoria | July 24, 2008
Dancing is her passion. Kelly Phelan has been taking dance instruction classes ? from ballet and tap to jazz, Broadway and lyrical ? for just about half of her 8-year-old life. The youth said there?s nothing she?d rather do than tap her toes and move her feet. But, there?s more to this week?s Valley Sun All-Star than rhythm, tempo and talent. The Palm Crest Elementary School third-grader also has a passion for people and making life a little brighter for those less fortunate. Kelly?
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March 29, 2007
It's a sight that is invariably familiar to anyone who has ever received a hair cut. A client no sooner leaves the stylist's chair than an assistant wielding a broom arrives on the scene to sweep up the clippings. However, if La Cañada Flintridge resident Linda Ok can make it happen, she and 59 of her fellow teen philanthropists will find a salon not only willing to cut their hair ? each girl has committed to saying goodbye to a good 10 inches of growth ? but also willing to donate those clippings to Locks of Love, a nonprofit organization that provides wigs for children with permanent hair loss.
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By Ruth Longoria | December 20, 2007
Facing the holidays after the loss of a loved one is always difficult, but one La Cañada family has found a way to cover a bit of their sorrow with a gift to others who are suffering. In ?Gift of the Magi? style, 9-year-old Paradise Canyon student Abbey Coleman ? whose dad, Craig Coleman died of cancer last year ? donated the precious gift of about 10 inches of her hair this week to an organization that makes wigs for children who?ve lost their hair due to cancer. Abbey plans to repeat her donation every other Christmas ?
ENTERTAINMENT
March 16, 2006
"Hair," the American tribal love rock musical, will be performed at the Glendale Community College Auditorium Mainstage Theatre for two more weekends. Memorabilia from the original Broadway production by Michael Butler will be on display in the auditorium lobby. The items include pictures, love beads and programs on loan from Harvey Jordan, who learned of the college's production of "HAIR" and offered to let the theater's arts department display them. He obtained the items at an estate sale.
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March 2, 2006
"HAIR," the American tribal love rock musical, will be performed at Glendale Community College Auditorium Mainstage Theatre for three weekends, opening March 10. Theatre professor Ken Gray will direct. Musical direction is by Dan Belzer and choreography is by Melissa Randel. "HAIR" was written by Gerome Ragni and James Rado with music written by Galt MacDermot. In a break from the traditional Broadway musicals of the time, the creators attempted to bring to the stage the excitement of 1960s New York's East Village, with long-haired, peace-loving hippies and rock music.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 19, 2009
Part 2 ? An image consultant can guide you toward choosing the correct hair style and hair color after the creation of a color palette from your coloring, personality, bone structure and energy intensity. Your hair can be your crowning glory. ? Hair color and style determinations If you have a need to color your hair, you need to know how to choose a complimentary color to enhance your skin tone. Is your skin warm, neutral, cool, light or dark?
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By Jane Napier Neely | January 12, 2011
It seems lately that community folk are taking a much-deserved winter snooze after the full-speed-ahead pace of the holidays. Things have been pretty quiet around here, which is quite alright with me. I always savor the full 12 days of Christmas, so it was with great reluctance that I dismantled my tree last week and once again carefully wrapped each treasured ornament in tissue paper to store them all away for another year. It is always a little bit sad for me to fulfill this task because each ornament has loving memories attached to it. The ornaments have been gathered from all over the world where my family has traveled, so if they could talk, each one would have a fascinating story to tell.
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 29, 2010
Part Two: I'm continuing this week with ideas and tricks to make your cosmetic application easier. Smoother lips: Lip pencils can redefine the lips and prevent lipstick from bleeding into the finer lip lines. First, use a camouflage lip liner around the outside edge of the lips; next use a lip pencil to cover the entire lips to make the lipstick last longer. Then touch the bottom middle lip (only) with lip balm or lip gloss. The bottom lip should visually look 1/3 larger than the top lip. Another boost for the wrinkles above the lips could be the use of a mattifying gel with silicone above and below the lip. All Rights Mattifying Gel can be found at Kohl's.
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By Diana Olson | June 10, 2010
Part 2 T his week and next I'll wrap up an interview a graduate student, Ivan Iannoli, held with me recently. Iannoli is completing his master of fine arts degree in photography at UCLA and posed several questions to me. Last week I printed the first portion of the interview. Q. If I'm surrounded by the "right" colors, that is, the colors that best suit me, how might my life be different than if I were surrounded by the wrong, or inappropriate colors? The right colors are supportive, not dominant, and highlight a person's eyes, skin, hair, bone structure and energy intensity.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | April 22, 2010
If you are under 50, stop reading this column. Honest. It will bore you. It will scare you. It will make you rush to the mirror to check your roots. Like many of you, I was shocked to learn that on March 26, Nancy Pelosi celebrated her 70th birthday. Does she look 70 to you? I don’t think so. Not the suits. Not the stride. Not the face. But the subject that interests inquiring La Cañadans is not Nancy Pelosi’s age. We need to know more about Nancy Pelosi’s hair.
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By Diana Olson | April 15, 2010
Part 1 ? As women enter the wonderful stage of ?mature youth,? which is over 50, they will find that their skin, lips, hair, eyebrows and lashes will thin. Goodness, you say! But the choice is to fight the aging gracefully or just let it happen naturally. There are consequences to letting ourselves go. Our body is a gift, and I feel that there is a responsibility to look and feel the best we can. If you look good, you will feel good and more confident. You will then be more inclined to do good.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 17, 2009
Part 2 Everyone is unique in their own personality and their connection to an authentic image in their clothing selection. Create a powerful presence through personal self-discovery. Consider your bone structure, coloring, and personality. Here are some more descriptions to help with this self-discovery. Feminine Romantics , Yin, often blonds or with soft brown hair, are dreamy in appearance, graceful and look wonderful in smooth softly-draped fabrics that are accented in ruffles and lace.
FEATURES
April 9, 2009
American Girl shows drew crowds Fifty Flintridge Guild of Children’s Hospital members, 56 local girls who modeled, and over 1,700 guests flocked to Brookside Country Club in Pasadena on a recent weekend to stage and enjoy seven fabulous American Girl Fashion Shows. Besides stellar entertainment and food, the girls were delighted by two beauty salons that were new this year. As a donation to this fundraiser for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), Salon Aguayo, located in Pasadena, sent several hair stylists to coif girls’ hair both before and after the performances.
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