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By Cary Ordway | April 9, 2009
The state of California offers some of the most majestic scenery in the country. If it’s a spectacular setting you are looking for then check out the breathtaking scenery at these three California destinations: Death Valley Springtime is prime time at Death Valley, where the wildflowers drip splashes of color on Nature’s vivid canvas. The sun and sand combine with unforgettable rock formations to make you feel like you’re visiting a different world. Springtime temps are warm but comfortable.
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By Cary Ordway | November 24, 2005
The California coastline is a mecca for all of those land-locked Midwesterners who have to settle for lakes and rivers when, everyone knows, there is no substitute for the vast Pacific Ocean and the charming coves and seaside communities so abundant on the West Coast. California has a few seaside vacation destinations that we would rank as some of the best getaways anywhere, each with its own unique character. While some may have better beaches, others have a certain feel that sets them apart.
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June 29, 2006
On May 20, Jennee La Lanne and Glenn DeVore were married in Medocino at the MacCallum House Inn. In the garden of the inn, under a silk canopy made by Glenn's father, the couple exchanged vows they had written. The bride is the daughter of Jackie and Tom La Lanne of Mill Valley and the granddaughter of the late Anna Kimmel of La Cañada Flintridge and Patricia La Lanne of San Bruno. The groom is the son of Judith Fenley of Graton and Micahel DeVore of Sebastopol. Jennee wore a Risatrose gown in natural silk with a finger-tip length fine tulle veil embellished with crystals.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | August 17, 2011
The U.S. Forest Service has selected Thomas Contreras to be supervisor for the Angeles National Forest. He has been serving in that position on an interim basis for several months. Contreras has worked for the Forest Service since 1976, and previously served as supervisor of the Mendocino National Forest in Northern California. “I welcome the opportunity to manage one of the most heavily used urban forests within the nation,” Contreras said in a statement. Angeles National Forest recently reopened campgrounds and more than 100 miles of hiking trails after months of rehabilitation following the massive Station fire, which scorched wide swaths of landscape.
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By Nancy Turney | December 17, 2009
Q. Can you recommend some things to do over the holidays that are free or low cost? On Christmas Eve from 3 to 9 p.m. visit the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Music Center to enjoy choirs, music ensembles, and dance companies representing the diversity of cultures across Southern California. The entire six hours is simulcast live on KCET public television. The event is free and people come and go throughout the six hours. Try outdoor ice skating at LA’s Downtown on Ice. The public ice rink fills a good part of Pershing Square across from the Biltmore Hotel.
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July 16, 2009
Norma Barnell Norma Lee Tye Barnell, 87, of Altadena died July 1, 2009 in her home. She was born Oct. 30, 1921 to George and Wilma Tye in Promise City, Iowa. Norma played basketball in high school, helping her team to the finals of the Iowa State championship. She was an avid golfer, bridge player, bowler, traveler and video poker player extraordinaire. She was very proud of her ability to play “Flight of the Bumblebee” on the clarinet. Upon leaving Iowa, she moved to California where she met John Barnell.
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By Cary Ordway | April 9, 2009
The state of California offers some of the most majestic scenery in the country. If it’s a spectacular setting you are looking for then check out the breathtaking scenery at these three California destinations: Death Valley Springtime is prime time at Death Valley, where the wildflowers drip splashes of color on Nature’s vivid canvas. The sun and sand combine with unforgettable rock formations to make you feel like you’re visiting a different world. Springtime temps are warm but comfortable.
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June 29, 2006
On May 20, Jennee La Lanne and Glenn DeVore were married in Medocino at the MacCallum House Inn. In the garden of the inn, under a silk canopy made by Glenn's father, the couple exchanged vows they had written. The bride is the daughter of Jackie and Tom La Lanne of Mill Valley and the granddaughter of the late Anna Kimmel of La Cañada Flintridge and Patricia La Lanne of San Bruno. The groom is the son of Judith Fenley of Graton and Micahel DeVore of Sebastopol. Jennee wore a Risatrose gown in natural silk with a finger-tip length fine tulle veil embellished with crystals.
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By Cary Ordway | November 25, 2005
The California coastline is a mecca for all of those land-locked Midwesterners who have to settle for lakes and rivers when, everyone knows, there is no substitute for the vast Pacific Ocean and the charming coves and seaside communities so abundant on the West Coast. California has a few seaside vacation destinations that we would rank as some of the best getaways anywhere, each with its own unique character. While some may have better beaches, others have a certain feel that sets them apart.
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