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ENTERTAINMENT
June 10, 2004
The La Cañada Thursday Club debs have been asked to sell raffle tickets each year at the SEEDS benefit for Descanso Gardens. It's been my privilege to order hair wreaths and balloons for the girls and to help them get ready at dusk in Descanso, before the guests arrive. I spent Friday morning scurrying about in Montrose looking for a florist who could fill a last-minute order. Luckily, Gris of Ambiance Floral was in his shop on Verdugo Road. He'd just returned from setting up the floral arrangements for a special breakfast at St. Bede's school.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary O’Keefe | October 23, 2008
Tis now the very witching time of night,” William Shakespeare wrote. And that time has once again come to Foothills. On Halloween night lost souls will roam Foothill streets looking for appeasement in the form of candy. And those searching for the frightening and the macabre will have their choice of two homes that have been transformed from “Leave it to Beaver” suburbia to “The Addams Family.” For sixth years Nightmare on Vista Court has terrified and entertained those strong at heart that dare to enter their door.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2009
Part 3 ? Continuing with the last article on personalization of your hair style, I do hope that you will be able to use this information to enhance communication with your stylist. You are responsible for a hair style that you will love, appreciate, and be able to take care of it. Cool contrast coloring: One with naturally black hair, cool skin tones and cool dark brown eyes might have an applied hair color in medium-dark ash brown. Sophistication and contrast in the dark hair and light skin seldom is enhanced by golden streaks or blond hair.
NEWS
By Megan O’Neil | April 16, 2009
Standing in Monet Hair Studio in La Cañada last Friday with her light-brown hair spilling down her back, 6-year-old Karlie Vinceri jumped up into the salon chair without a moment?s hesitation. Nor did she flinch when the stylist pulled out a pair of sheers and snipped off much of her long locks, leaving her with a neat bob. This was no ordinary spring trim for the first grader. Karlie was one of several students, teachers and parents from the La Crescenta?s Valley View Elementary School donating hair to Locks of Love, a charitable foundation that provides wigs to disadvantaged children suffering from long-term medical hair loss.
NEWS
By Geghard Arakelian | January 5, 2006
At 11:35 a.m. Dec. 30, three armed men walked into the McDonald's in the 400 block of Foothill Boulevard and robbed the fast food store before escaping on foot. "We're just going to work with what we have and get some leads, unless we can work with another [witness] who saw someone and who can relay the information over to Detective Gibbons," said Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station Detective Sgt. Victor Ibarra. Ibarra said the Hispanic men walked into the store armed with handguns and hooded sweatshirts that partially covered their heads.
FEATURES
October 19, 2006
Paradise Canyon Elementary held their annual Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch last week. Students, teachers and parents stopped by the pumpkin patch to stock up on pumpkins donated by local realtor Carey Haynes. The Mattix family correctly guessed 131 pounds as the weight for "Big Mac," and got to bring home the largest pumpkin in the patch. Deejay Ray Rocks entertained the crowd in the cafeteria with the "Monster Mash" and plenty of pop songs. Face and hair painting, pumpkin decorating and plenty of refreshments at the bake sale rounded out the all out fun event.
FEATURES
March 26, 2009
Barbie Butters , a 16-year senior girl scout with a La Cañada troop, received a certificate of appreciation for her contribution to Hathaway-Sycamores Foster and Adoption Agency. Barbie, a junior at Glendale High School, completed her Girl Scout Gold Award community service project by creating 50 Welcome Kits for newly-placed foster children with the Pasadena-headquartered agency. For the past six months, Barbie has been raising money — through donations from friends and local businesses including Hans Beauty Supply in La Cañada and a garage sale — for the Welcome Kits.
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