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January 12, 2006
This amazing Queen Anne Victorian home was built by Bill Abel in 2000. To view this home located at 5334 Alta Canyada, drop by the open house between 1 and 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15. The quality and attention to detail is far and above the craftsmanship found in most custom built homes. Many visitors to the home have assumed that it was built circa 1900. This is the rare opportunity to own a landmark property that offers ultimate curb appeal. The leaded glass front door opens into the gallery hallway with hardwood oak floors.
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By Lauren Oakes | November 2, 2006
Last Sunday morning was one of those fabulous fall mornings when you wake feeling great and can't wait to get up and start your day. As I stretched carefully and quietly beside my still sleeping husbandI realized it was fall-back morning so it was really now an hour earlier than the clock showed. Even more fabulous! That's when I saw the spider. An inadvertent squeak escaped me and Royal was up in a flash. "What's wrong!?" he demanded. I apologized and pointed out the big, BIG brown arachnid up on the wall right below the crown molding.
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December 21, 2006
This beautiful home is tucked down a private lane and is surrounded by towering oak trees, rose gardens and mature landscaping. It is an unbelievably spacious traditional ranch home that boasts high quality, recent upgrades. The generous sized rooms offer luxurious comfort. The elegant living room features a new mantel styled after a 15th century French chateau. The formal dining room is especially spacious. The kitchen suite is complete with a butler's pantry area and laundry room.
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April 1, 2004
by Carol Cormaci Lest any Valley Sun readers be caught unaware, today is April Fool's Day, an annual observance that's been a favorite among practical jokers for more than 400 years. The media, too, has enjoyed using the holiday to play elaborate jokes on the public, running everything from fake ads to manufactured stories. In 1954, the La Cañada Valley Sun printed a cover featuring the Edgar F. Davis family of Fairlawn Drive, posed in their living room in mock seriousness - and playing a variety of absurd "tricks" on the readers' eyes.
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February 1, 2007
A semi-circular driveway sets the tone for this newly constructed, top-of-the-line home in La Cañada. As you step into the formal double entry, your eyes will be drawn up to the two-tiered chandelier and painted glass window. The formal living room is kept warm and inviting with a fireplace that is showcased by an ornate, wooden mantel. The formal dining room is large and accented by inviting windows. Rich wood paneling and floors can be found in the circular office.
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August 3, 2006
High in the deodars, the elegant Tudor style house at 1842 Fairmount Ave. in La Cañada Flintridge has every amenity for today's lifestyle. A two-time winner of the La Cañada Valley Beautiful award, from the moment you step into the house the two-story entry greets you with sunlight. The step-down formal living room with large traditional mantel and marble fireplace is perfect for entertaining. French doors lead to the wraparound deck overlooking the lush yard. The elegant dining room also has French doors.
FEATURES
December 6, 2007
There was a definite frosty nip in the air Saturday night as nearly 100 guests gathered at the La Cañada Thursday Club for ?An Old Fashioned Christmas? dinner dance. Tiny white lights sparkled in the rose bushes lining the pathway to the foot door, setting the festive mood for a wonderful evening that was to unfold. Dotty Greenawalt was the party chair and her committee included Ellie and Frank Bowers , Val Burgess , Pat Crowe , Denise Greenawalt , Thursday Club President Peggy Hotaling , Otis Hutchins , Diane Johnson , Elaine Kaiser , Carolyn and Dave Moffett , Helen Phinney , Roberta Raffaelli and Nancy Thurston . The clubhouse was aglow with white lights and winter greens enhanced with red bows, colorful ornaments and a jolly Santa doll sitting on the fireplace mantel.
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By Anita Brenner | December 24, 2009
Looking for holiday spirit? There’s never been a better time to visit The Huntington Library in Pasadena. Last Sunday, we headed to The Huntington Library ( www.huntington.org ) with our out-of-town relatives. The weather was perfect. We started at the membership renewal window and took advantage of the holiday special membership offers. If you buy four memberships, you get one free. If you are 65 or over, take $30 off a sustaining membership. Discounts in the gift shop.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jane Napier Neely | December 15, 2010
The Santa clock is ticking — only nine more days and he will be making his famous rounds around the globe. What an exciting time of the year it is as we imagine the jolly man in his red suit flying over snow-covered rooftops in his present-filled sleigh drawn by reindeer. I have such happy Christmas memories of years gone by. I hope you do too. At least the Midwest and parts of the East Coast will be celebrating a white Christmas. They experienced quite a storm last weekend.
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By Lauren Oakes | November 2, 2006
Last Sunday morning was one of those fabulous fall mornings when you wake feeling great and can't wait to get up and start your day. As I stretched carefully and quietly beside my still sleeping husbandI realized it was fall-back morning so it was really now an hour earlier than the clock showed. Even more fabulous! That's when I saw the spider. An inadvertent squeak escaped me and Royal was up in a flash. "What's wrong!?" he demanded. I apologized and pointed out the big, BIG brown arachnid up on the wall right below the crown molding.
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January 12, 2006
This amazing Queen Anne Victorian home was built by Bill Abel in 2000. To view this home located at 5334 Alta Canyada, drop by the open house between 1 and 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15. The quality and attention to detail is far and above the craftsmanship found in most custom built homes. Many visitors to the home have assumed that it was built circa 1900. This is the rare opportunity to own a landmark property that offers ultimate curb appeal. The leaded glass front door opens into the gallery hallway with hardwood oak floors.
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