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June 19, 2008
It was a dark and stormy night and in Louis Leterrier?s new film, ?The Incredible Hulk,? Bruce Banner?s liberated id crashes through screaming crowds and flips cars like Frisbees at hovering helicopters. Oh, you?ve heard this story! Well never fear, this version has some interesting twists and two terrific performances that set it apart from earlier attempts. Inevitably, some impressively large, incredibly vicious creature will go mano y mano with another impressively large, incredibly vicious creature to a symphony of thunderous explosions and cataclysmic fireworks, but this particular movie road to chaos is a surprisingly exciting one. The new ?
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By Charly Shelton | March 30, 2006
As visitors walk through the California Science Center in Los Angeles they will be transported into a world of comics and super heroes. Signs reading "With great power comes great responsibility," "Whatcha' lookin' at, bub," and "You won't like me when I'm angry," are on display. These sayings are familiar to those who know the classic world of comic books. The Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition makes its world premiere in Los Angeles. Developed by the Ontario Science Centre in collaboration with Yellowbrink Holman Exhibitions, the traveling exhibit starts off in LA, then moves to its hometown of Toronto.
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May 8, 2008
Patrick Dempsey has gone from Dr. McDreamy on television’s “Grey’s Anatomy” to cynic turned sweet leading man in Disney’s “Enchanted” and now has worked his way up to being a bridesmaid, but he pulls it off well. There are few actors out there who can be cool while arranging potpourri and bath balls in gift baskets. Tom (Dempsey) is a player, a ladies’ man. He invented the sleeve that goes over the hot coffee cups, so he is also a millionaire and handsome.
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By olivia smith Valley Sun | June 19, 2008
Students crowded La Cañada Elementary School?s Scholastic Book Fair as it ended June 13. Stands on cooking, sports, science and nature crowded the library along with school supplies and educational activities like painting and arts and crafts. The students, who had run over to the fair on their recess and lunch breaks, were huddled around books and lining up to buy as many as they could afford. ?The students enjoy it. They look forward to being able to buy their teachers books.
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By Mary O’Keefe | October 16, 2008
Halloween was in the air at La Cañada Elementary and Paradise Canyon Elementary on Friday as both schools filled their playgrounds with pumpkins. Paradise Canyon had a pumpkin carnival that included face painting, candy and pizza sales and, of course, a yard full of pumpkins. Students walked carefully through the pumpkin patch as they chose the most perfect one. Hannah Sherman, 4 ½, wanted a small pumpkin. She already had her costume picked out for Halloween trick-or-treating.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 16, 2008
Outstanding local and international films, including works from USC, UCLA, Art Center and CSUN will be presented at the 11th Annual ARPA International Film Festival Oct. 24-26 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. ARPA?s opening night premier will be J. Michael Hagopian?s final installment in his trilogy about the Armenian Genocide, titled ?The River Ran Red.? Other highlights include an exclusive 90th birthday tribute to screen legend Rita Hayworth, featuring the first film that won her international acclaim, Rouben Mamoulian?
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March 23, 2006
The California Science Center will host the world premiere of "Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition" on March 26 to September 4. The exhibit will immerse visitors in the electrifying sights, sounds and sensations of the Marvel Universe while they explore how some of the most loved comic book heroes and villains bring science into their world. Engaging and interactive experiences will encourage visitors to learn about real-life science and technology through the mythic powers of Super Heroes.
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June 8, 2006
The La Cañada 12-year-old baseball team capped a memorable Memorial Day weekend by winning its first Mid-Valley Memorial Tournament Bronco Division championship in four years of tournament play. The team won the championship by mounting exciting comebacks in both semifinal and title games. Each contest required an eighth inning California tie-breaker format to decide the contests. In the championship game, the situation seemed hopeless after the team found itself behind by two runs in the top of the eighth inning.
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June 19, 2008
It was a dark and stormy night and in Louis Leterrier?s new film, ?The Incredible Hulk,? Bruce Banner?s liberated id crashes through screaming crowds and flips cars like Frisbees at hovering helicopters. Oh, you?ve heard this story! Well never fear, this version has some interesting twists and two terrific performances that set it apart from earlier attempts. Inevitably, some impressively large, incredibly vicious creature will go mano y mano with another impressively large, incredibly vicious creature to a symphony of thunderous explosions and cataclysmic fireworks, but this particular movie road to chaos is a surprisingly exciting one. The new ?
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FEATURES
May 8, 2008
Patrick Dempsey has gone from Dr. McDreamy on television’s “Grey’s Anatomy” to cynic turned sweet leading man in Disney’s “Enchanted” and now has worked his way up to being a bridesmaid, but he pulls it off well. There are few actors out there who can be cool while arranging potpourri and bath balls in gift baskets. Tom (Dempsey) is a player, a ladies’ man. He invented the sleeve that goes over the hot coffee cups, so he is also a millionaire and handsome.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Charly Shelton | March 30, 2006
As visitors walk through the California Science Center in Los Angeles they will be transported into a world of comics and super heroes. Signs reading "With great power comes great responsibility," "Whatcha' lookin' at, bub," and "You won't like me when I'm angry," are on display. These sayings are familiar to those who know the classic world of comic books. The Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition makes its world premiere in Los Angeles. Developed by the Ontario Science Centre in collaboration with Yellowbrink Holman Exhibitions, the traveling exhibit starts off in LA, then moves to its hometown of Toronto.
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