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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.
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?
June 5, 2008
?I could care less what I look like,? is a myth perpetuated by men about themselves. Graying hair, facial wrinkles and bulging waistlines are topics of discussion and concern among the male sex. So is wardrobe! A well-groomed well-dressed man will be promoted more quickly, earn a higher salary, make more sales and earn more money over a lifetime. He?s more often invited to social gatherings, and needless to say, has an easier time finding female companionship. No matter how heavy or thin you may be, men, it is vitally important to look attractive and dignified.
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 ?
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