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May 1, 2013
Ten Years Ago The City Council approved a $770,000 purchase agreement for a five-acre parcel north of Palm Crest Elementary School, to be kept as open space. The property, in the 5200 block of Jessen Drive, had belonged to a local doctor who had intended to build a large home there, but his project did not gain the necessary approvals. Twenty Years Ago Preparations were underway for La Cañada High School's all-school production of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town," which would be presented in the school's auditorium over three nights in May 1993.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | March 5, 2009
What do Ford, GM and La Cañada Flintridge City Council members have in common? They all want their “fair share” of the federal stimulus package. What does any of this have to do with Manny Ramirez? It’s in the subtext. True, the Dodgers offered Manny too much money in a down economy. True, Manny should have taken the deal. But in this season of trillion dollar bailouts, why can’t the La Cañada Flintridge City Council forgo the $1 million repaving of city streets and donate the money to the Los Angeles Dodgers?
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October 13, 2005
The Helping Hands Festival" It started out as a whim. At breakfast, my girls Sabine and Simone had this idea of putting on a festival to raise money for New Orleans. "Hey daddy, can you help us?" they excitedly shouted. I knew that the shelf life of a child's idea is short lived and I thought, "If I ignore their inquiries this idea will go away". Hey! I didn't want to spend an entire weekend 'prepping' for a festival, especially during the baseball playoffs. I knew that I had better squelch this idea before Kaitzer returned home from her meeting.
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By Ruth Longoria | March 13, 2008
Tal Shoemake was surrounded by hot dog stands as a youth growing up in Sherman Oaks. Many folks from the East Coast had moved to the San Fernando Valley, desiring the same choices they previously had from sidewalk hot dog vendors, Shoemake said. That?s why businesses such as the Wiener Factory and other popular fast food restaurants sprouted up offering steaming hot brats, chili-dogs, kraut-dogs, New York-style dogs, and a variety of other wiener choices. But, that?s what was missing when Shoemake decided to make La Cañada home, he said.
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October 26, 2006
A Fall Family Festival will be hosted by the First Baptist Church of La Crescenta on Halloween, Oct. 31, from 5-8 p.m., in the church parking lots at 4441 La Crescenta Ave., in La Crescenta. The event is free and open to all members of the community and includes a unique trick or treat segment for all children to receive free candy. The event will also consist of costume contest with prizes, square dancing, an old fashioned cake walk, free game booths, jumpers, music and more.
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By Chris Sutton | September 23, 2004
Hundreds of Palm Crest Panther families came to the annual back to school family picnic Friday evening, carrying blankets, chairs and food, while some of the Panthers came with their razor scooters, wearing inline skates and carrying basketballs. Everyone agreed they were there to have a fun time. "It is so exciting to welcome the families back and we are off to a great year for the Panthers. Just look at our turnout," said Colleen Braun, one of the chairpersons for the event.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 2005
La Cañada Flintridge Country Club's Sunday Night Family Buffet is the place to be weekly from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. On Nov. 20, club members enjoyed a lavish buffet while listening to the music of Simon and Simon. For the unbelievable price of $17.95, adults enjoyed a salad station consisting of a Mediterranean salad, Caesar salad, mixed green salad, and an Italian pasta salad. That followed with an ice station of sashimi, shrimp, cocktail, and smoked salmon. Entrees included chicken dumplings, a made-to-order pasta bar, barbecue ribs, saffron rice, and the vegetable du jour.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 25, 2010
Float group plans Hamburger Night LCF Tournament of Roses Assn. will hold its annual Hamburger Night at 6 p.m. Friday in the backyard of Sarah and Mayfield Marshall, 4918 Vineta Ave. Community members 18 and older can enjoy a hamburger (or cheeseburger) with all the sides for $8. Just bring an appetizer to share, and theassociation furnishes the hamburgers, cheese, potato salad, baked beans, lettuce, tomatoes, mayo, onions, pickles, etc. Beverages will be available for purchase at a nominal cost.
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May 1, 2013
Ten Years Ago The City Council approved a $770,000 purchase agreement for a five-acre parcel north of Palm Crest Elementary School, to be kept as open space. The property, in the 5200 block of Jessen Drive, had belonged to a local doctor who had intended to build a large home there, but his project did not gain the necessary approvals. Twenty Years Ago Preparations were underway for La Cañada High School's all-school production of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town," which would be presented in the school's auditorium over three nights in May 1993.
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NEWS
By Anita Susan Brenner | March 5, 2009
What do Ford, GM and La Cañada Flintridge City Council members have in common? They all want their “fair share” of the federal stimulus package. What does any of this have to do with Manny Ramirez? It’s in the subtext. True, the Dodgers offered Manny too much money in a down economy. True, Manny should have taken the deal. But in this season of trillion dollar bailouts, why can’t the La Cañada Flintridge City Council forgo the $1 million repaving of city streets and donate the money to the Los Angeles Dodgers?
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | March 13, 2008
Tal Shoemake was surrounded by hot dog stands as a youth growing up in Sherman Oaks. Many folks from the East Coast had moved to the San Fernando Valley, desiring the same choices they previously had from sidewalk hot dog vendors, Shoemake said. That?s why businesses such as the Wiener Factory and other popular fast food restaurants sprouted up offering steaming hot brats, chili-dogs, kraut-dogs, New York-style dogs, and a variety of other wiener choices. But, that?s what was missing when Shoemake decided to make La Cañada home, he said.
NEWS
October 13, 2005
The Helping Hands Festival" It started out as a whim. At breakfast, my girls Sabine and Simone had this idea of putting on a festival to raise money for New Orleans. "Hey daddy, can you help us?" they excitedly shouted. I knew that the shelf life of a child's idea is short lived and I thought, "If I ignore their inquiries this idea will go away". Hey! I didn't want to spend an entire weekend 'prepping' for a festival, especially during the baseball playoffs. I knew that I had better squelch this idea before Kaitzer returned home from her meeting.
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