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February 25, 2010
Ten Years Ago Cold winter storms passed through the Southland 10 years ago this week, bringing winds, 4.89 inches of rain and some hail to the foothills, along with a dusting of snow on the San Gabriel Mountains. ? Twenty Years Ago The La Cañada Flintridge Country Club announced Bill Reinhard had been elected president of the club?s Men?s Golf Assn. At the time of his election, Reinhard also coached the LCFCC swim team and had been coach and athletic director at Glendale College for 25 years.
SPORTS
July 16, 2009
It seems pertinent that after a wave of success by local swimming teams, credit is due to those who taught those kids their first kicks and paddles. After 35 years of teaching kids to swim, La Cañada resident Betty States hasn?t gotten tired of it. ?We keep them safe in the water and have fun,? States said. ?I teach them to swim and dive and get out of the water by themselves.? Some swimmers are younger than 1 year old. ?Living in Southern California,? said parent Neal Flaster, ?
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May 13, 2004
Visit a Weird, Wild, & Wonderful world at the Aquarium of the Pacific starting. It is a world where you'll meet fish that can live out of the water, deadly denizens of the deep, an animal that has survived on the planet for 500 million years, and animals that change sex during their lives. New animal exhibits, interactive displays, a film, and an educational presentation, and a Passport Book with stamping stations are all part of the new program. Over millions of years, animals have had to adapt to survive in their changing environments and have taken on some amazing adaptations to cope with these changes.
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By Cary Ordway | December 8, 2005
If you're looking for cool factor on your next California getaway, it would be hard to beat Santa Monica, a playground for L.A. TV and movie people that is all neatly compressed into 8.3 miles strategically bordered by the Santa Monica Mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. The words trendy and hip seem to pop up a lot in the descriptions of the some 400 restaurants packed into this little piece of real estate. Throw in a few art galleries, some luxury hotels and, oh yes, celebrities, and you have the makings of an eye-popping diversion from your everyday hometown.
FEATURES
December 6, 2007
Town and Gown take virtual tour of Getty Villa USC Town and Gown members took a virtual tour of the recently renovated J. Paul Getty Villa in Malibu, led by Guy Wheatley, manager of the Villa Administration. The dramatic views of the gardens and amphitheater led members into the high-tech, seismically protected galleries that house one of the world?s finest collections of antiquities. Greek, Roman and Etruscan art is permanently displayed for visitors to view in new spacious, light-filled rooms overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 8, 2010
Evan VonDerheide and Katherine "Katie" Martin were married April 24 on a bluff in Malibu, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The Rev. Wayne Walters of Burbank First United Methodist Church performed the pre-sunset ceremony, which was followed by dinner and dancing. The bride is the daughter of Russ and Florence Martin, and Christopher and Diane Olson; the groom is the son of La Cañada Flintridge residents Jim and Lisa VonDerheide. The bride appeared in an Oscar de la Renta gown and carried a bouquet of white roses, blue and white hydrangea, cornflowers, freesia and gardenias, accented by lily grass.
NEWS
By Charles Cooper | October 8, 2009
Meteorologist Bill Patzert of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge said this week that predictions of heavy winter rains this year from El Niño are unlikely, and he expects another below average rainfall total and continuing drought issue ?I want everybody in La Cañada to stop watering their lawns,? Patzert quipped during a phone interview this week, saying conservation remains the answer to water shortages. Patzert said his predictions do not mean there is no danger from land slippage, as authorities prepared to deal with Station fire-denuded foothills.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 18, 2006
The perfectly restored and maintained HMS Queen Mary, located at the Long Beach Harbor, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Southern California. On Tuesday, June 20, the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA is hosting a day trip to the historic cruise liner, departing at 8:30 am and returning at approximately 4:30 in the afternoon. While the event is part of the Y's ongoing programs for active older adults, all members of the community are welcome to participate. "At the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA, we are constantly striving to provide fresh and fun ways for seniors — and all members of our community — to get out and enjoy all that the Southland has to offer," said Nancy Turney, senior services director at the Y. "What better place then the historic Queen Mary to celebrate our great city's past, and also take in the breathtaking beauty of this great monument and the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean."
NEWS
July 13, 2011
Ten Years Ago A Honda Civic crashed through a guardrail on the connector between the 210 and 2 freeways, fell an estimated 50 feet and landed on a road below. The car’s 19-year-old driver was released from the hospital within 24 hours, but his passenger, also 19, sustained serious neck injuries. A witness estimated the Honda’s speed at 120 miles per hour just prior to the accident.   Twenty Years Ago Two men, one armed with a pistol, awoke two sleeping La Cañadans in their upper Hillard Avenue home at about 2:40 a.m. one July morning and robbed them of jewelry and a video cassette player before escaping with the loot.
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February 25, 2010
Ten Years Ago Cold winter storms passed through the Southland 10 years ago this week, bringing winds, 4.89 inches of rain and some hail to the foothills, along with a dusting of snow on the San Gabriel Mountains. ? Twenty Years Ago The La Cañada Flintridge Country Club announced Bill Reinhard had been elected president of the club?s Men?s Golf Assn. At the time of his election, Reinhard also coached the LCFCC swim team and had been coach and athletic director at Glendale College for 25 years.
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SPORTS
July 16, 2009
It seems pertinent that after a wave of success by local swimming teams, credit is due to those who taught those kids their first kicks and paddles. After 35 years of teaching kids to swim, La Cañada resident Betty States hasn?t gotten tired of it. ?We keep them safe in the water and have fun,? States said. ?I teach them to swim and dive and get out of the water by themselves.? Some swimmers are younger than 1 year old. ?Living in Southern California,? said parent Neal Flaster, ?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Cary Ordway | December 8, 2005
If you're looking for cool factor on your next California getaway, it would be hard to beat Santa Monica, a playground for L.A. TV and movie people that is all neatly compressed into 8.3 miles strategically bordered by the Santa Monica Mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. The words trendy and hip seem to pop up a lot in the descriptions of the some 400 restaurants packed into this little piece of real estate. Throw in a few art galleries, some luxury hotels and, oh yes, celebrities, and you have the makings of an eye-popping diversion from your everyday hometown.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 13, 2004
Visit a Weird, Wild, & Wonderful world at the Aquarium of the Pacific starting. It is a world where you'll meet fish that can live out of the water, deadly denizens of the deep, an animal that has survived on the planet for 500 million years, and animals that change sex during their lives. New animal exhibits, interactive displays, a film, and an educational presentation, and a Passport Book with stamping stations are all part of the new program. Over millions of years, animals have had to adapt to survive in their changing environments and have taken on some amazing adaptations to cope with these changes.
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