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By Anita Susan Brenner | September 11, 2008
Our family is a cross cultural American family. Different religions. Different political parties. But we all love one another. A few years ago, we acquired a red, white and blue toy donkey, and a red, white and blue toy elephant. Depending on our moods, they are posed, with the donkey sitting on the elephant or the elephant kicking the donkey. Our country is also cross cultural. That?s why both John McCain and Barack Obama have disowned the negative personal attacks on the candidates and their families.
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December 1, 2005
On November 10 and 11, Prep's middle school actors staged the classic American drama Inherit the Wind. A work of social commentary based loosely on the Scopes "Monkey" Trial of 1925, the play was written over half a century ago. Yet-as arguments over evolution and creationism continue to make headlines- Inherit the Wind remains remarkably relevant today. The small town of Hillsboro, Tennessee becomes the site of a titanic legal and societal clash when educator Bert Cates (Ryan Loui '11)
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By Grant Gordon | April 24, 2008
Shortly after the Renaissance Academy Wildcats had lost in their first-ever bid for a CIF title, freshman Justin Cook sat silently behind a folding table, surrounded by senior teammate Leif Williams and Coach Sid Cooke. As the press conference carried on, Cook?s somber expression never altered and his silence rarely ended. Three seasons have passed since then, and not much has changed for the talented Wildcats guard. Cook is still as soft spoken as ever, he?s earned All-LA84 (formerly All-CIF)
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May 17, 2007
On May 1, Town and Gown of USC concluded the school year with a lively presentation on the pitfalls of ignoring financial and estate planning. Presenters were Rosemary Ringwald and Ellen Sloan, experts from the Bank of America. These senior counselors took the group through the top ten strategies to improve financial independence, especially in the retirement years. On average, women live seven years longer than men. Today, women can expect to live 13 years longer than their mothers.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | January 5, 2006
The large Mediterranean-style house still stands, high above Foothill Boulevard. The original owners were Walter and Beulah Overell. In the 1930s and 1940s, Walter Overell was one of the wealthiest men in Flintridge. He made his first fortune in the furniture business. This was followed by other successful investments. Walter doted on his wife, Beulah Jungquist Overell. Walter loved Beulah so much that liked to name things after her. Given the opportunity, he christened Beulah Drive.
FEATURES
November 1, 2007
My article about reverse mortgages a few weeks ago seems to have raised a lot of questions. I have heard people say they don?t want to take out a reverse mortgage because their children are counting on the money they will inherit. It reminds me of the bumper sticker you sometimes see on the back of motor homes ? ?We?re spending our children?s inheritance.? What do you really want to leave to your children? Is money the most important thing to leave them? What about the opportunities you provided them and the values you taught them throughout your life?
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June 23, 2005
There is a very controversial bill in the State Legislature. It is AB 19, and it proposes to legalize same sex marriage. Under this bill, it would no longer require a man and a woman to make a marriage, but only two people. The bill makes a mockery of Proposition 22 for which the people voted stating that only marriage between a man and a woman is valid in California. I recently received correspondence from Senator Tom McClintock (19th S.D.) who wrote what I thought was a good letter on this subject.
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By Jake Armstrong | February 3, 2005
Sunday will mark the fifth year since Harold and Joni Tillman were seen alive at their La Cañada Flintridge home. Four days after a neighbor saw the Tillmans' Dodge Durango slip into their garage on Bramblewood Road the night of Feb. 6, 2000, detectives unearthed the couple's bodies near a wash in a nondescript area of Yucaipa. The cause of death: strangulation. Now, San Bernardino County Sheriff's homicide detectives continue their search for the person or persons responsible for the murders of Harold Tillman, who was 55, and his wife Joni, who was 51. Some initial suspects have been ruled out. San Bernardino County Sheriff's Spokesman Chip Patterson said investigators have a long way to go before additional suspects are identified.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | September 11, 2008
Our family is a cross cultural American family. Different religions. Different political parties. But we all love one another. A few years ago, we acquired a red, white and blue toy donkey, and a red, white and blue toy elephant. Depending on our moods, they are posed, with the donkey sitting on the elephant or the elephant kicking the donkey. Our country is also cross cultural. That?s why both John McCain and Barack Obama have disowned the negative personal attacks on the candidates and their families.
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By Grant Gordon | April 24, 2008
Shortly after the Renaissance Academy Wildcats had lost in their first-ever bid for a CIF title, freshman Justin Cook sat silently behind a folding table, surrounded by senior teammate Leif Williams and Coach Sid Cooke. As the press conference carried on, Cook?s somber expression never altered and his silence rarely ended. Three seasons have passed since then, and not much has changed for the talented Wildcats guard. Cook is still as soft spoken as ever, he?s earned All-LA84 (formerly All-CIF)
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 2005
On November 10 and 11, Prep's middle school actors staged the classic American drama Inherit the Wind. A work of social commentary based loosely on the Scopes "Monkey" Trial of 1925, the play was written over half a century ago. Yet-as arguments over evolution and creationism continue to make headlines- Inherit the Wind remains remarkably relevant today. The small town of Hillsboro, Tennessee becomes the site of a titanic legal and societal clash when educator Bert Cates (Ryan Loui '11)
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