Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: La Cañada HomeCollectionsHuell Howser
IN THE NEWS

Huell Howser

RELATED KEYWORDS:
FEATURED ARTICLES
FEATURES
February 8, 2007
Laughter filled the air as Town and Gown of USC members enjoyed the provocative program "Laugh and Live Longer" given by physical therapist Joanne Watchie. Good humor and health go hand in hand according to researchers who have documented the health benefits of a positive disposition. Watchie incorporated laughter therapy into her patient care for years to improve both rapport and outcomes. Members of the audience learned the value of finding joy in everyday living to "lighten up" and focus on the positive side of life.
FEATURES
March 22, 2007
Town and Gown of USC members were enthralled by the tales of a secret-code language used by Chinese women for thousands of years. The language, nu shu, was developed by women in a remote area of southern Hunan Province and is believed to be the only written language in the world created by women exclusively for their own use. Lisa See, author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, shared her experiences interviewing the oldest speaker of the code, a...
ENTERTAINMENT
October 16, 2008
Ten Years Ago KCET journalist and producer Huell Howser was in town as the featured speaker at the Fifth Annual Lanterman Lecture, presented by the Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation and held in Fellowship Hall at Church of the Lighted Window. Twenty Years Ago An effort by La Cañada High School administrators to emphasize the danger of consuming alcoholic beverages turned into a confrontation when a large part of the student body turned up on campus wearing T-shirts with beer company logos on them, in defiance of a school ruling against such attire.
NEWS
September 7, 2006
Letters to the Editor Coach Ballard Let me begin by saying I have no idea what the "issues" are between Bud Schaetzle and Dennis Ballard. What I DO know about is the kind of coach Mr. Ballard is. Beyond his extraordinary knowledge of baseball, Mr. Ballard is a coach who cares about his players and teaches them way more than baseball skills and strategy. Several years ago when my son played Junior baseball and was far from being an athlete, Coach Ballard not only welcomed him to the team, he taught him skills he didn't know he had. Coach Ballard took a player who had short legs and couldn't run as fast as some other players and taught him how to use his shoulders and arms to hit the ball further so he had more time to run!
NEWS
By Carol Cormaci | September 22, 2010
The 49ers/Saints game, the season opener of "Dancing with the Stars," or Mayor Don Voss and the La Cañada Flintridge City Council meeting. What were your TV viewing priorities Monday night? Decisions, decisions. I was planning to settle in early for a game of football (I'm a longtime 49er fan) but arrived home later than expected. Just as I entered the house, the phone rang. I tripped over the one-eyed cat (who was hovering expectantly near his dinner plate) to grab the receiver.
NEWS
By Peter Day | January 16, 2013
If things go as planned by La Cañada Flintridge investor Dr. Sandra Wallace, there will be a run on shoulder-high, two-toed, furry camelids. “This is a business,” said Wallace, a neurologist who owns 51 alpacas of various hues and two varieties with her husband, Dr. Michael Frankel, a psychiatrist. “We really want to develop this industry.” In fact, said Wallace, an infectious disease specialist at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, good alpaca buys are out there.
ARTICLES BY DATE
ENTERTAINMENT
October 16, 2008
Ten Years Ago KCET journalist and producer Huell Howser was in town as the featured speaker at the Fifth Annual Lanterman Lecture, presented by the Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation and held in Fellowship Hall at Church of the Lighted Window. Twenty Years Ago An effort by La Cañada High School administrators to emphasize the danger of consuming alcoholic beverages turned into a confrontation when a large part of the student body turned up on campus wearing T-shirts with beer company logos on them, in defiance of a school ruling against such attire.
Advertisement
FEATURES
March 22, 2007
Town and Gown of USC members were enthralled by the tales of a secret-code language used by Chinese women for thousands of years. The language, nu shu, was developed by women in a remote area of southern Hunan Province and is believed to be the only written language in the world created by women exclusively for their own use. Lisa See, author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, shared her experiences interviewing the oldest speaker of the code, a...
FEATURES
February 8, 2007
Laughter filled the air as Town and Gown of USC members enjoyed the provocative program "Laugh and Live Longer" given by physical therapist Joanne Watchie. Good humor and health go hand in hand according to researchers who have documented the health benefits of a positive disposition. Watchie incorporated laughter therapy into her patient care for years to improve both rapport and outcomes. Members of the audience learned the value of finding joy in everyday living to "lighten up" and focus on the positive side of life.
La Canada Valley Sun Articles La Canada Valley Sun Articles
|