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By Jane Napier Neely | October 12, 2011
Sultan, the cat who adopted the staff at the Pasadena Museum of History, welcomed the formally-dressed guests to the museum's “Pasadena to Paris” benefit, which raised $105,000 in support of the museum's educational programs on Saturday, Sept. 24. Sultan, who has tuxedo shirt-front markings, is always ready for a party. He has a devoted group of children who come to the museum just to visit him. It was evident from the fashions of the elegantly gowned women and tuxedo-clad men that they were loving Paris, the city of light, and la joie de vivre of the French style.
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By Jane Napier Neely | May 18, 2011
This flirty May weather is skipping right along its usual erratic path. One day it is 80 degrees and the next it is teeth-chattering cold, and it’s raining. All-in-all, May is a delightful month. It is my birthday month and I’ve always been enchanted at the concept of May baskets secretly left on your friends’ doorsteps, and at the concept of dancing around a maypole. I spent my birthday weekend in Palo Alto with my daughter Heather and her two children — Catherine, age 7, and 4-year-old Ryan.
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November 30, 2006
Mention Handel's Messiah and most music lovers can't help but think instantly of the holidays, considering how the work has become such a staple of the holiday season. Yet connoisseurs of great choral music who would like to inaugurate the season by venturing beyond the standard holiday repertoire might want to consider attending The Pasadena Symphony's performance of Francis Poulenc's Gloria on Saturday, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The program will open with Mozart's Symphony No. 31 "Paris," followed by the performance of Poulenc's Gloria , featuring soprano Jamie Chamberlin of whom Alan Rich of the L.A. Weekly wrote, "I would gladly revisit the vocal and comedic talents of Jamie Chamberlin anytime she comes my way."
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March 5, 2009
Thursday Club plans ‘Passport to Paris’ The La Cañada Thursday Club will host “Passport to Paris,” a luncheon, fashion show and silent auction, on Thursday, March 19, it was announced by Mary Hennessy , president of the club, and Judy Cooper and Brenda Brisbois , co-chairpersons of the event. “Passport to Paris,” will be held at Oakmont Country Club. The event begins at 10:45 a.m. with the opening of the silent auction, which is chaired by Jeanie Kay . The luncheon, which features a French-themed menu, will be served at noon with the fashion show immediately following.
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January 21, 2010
Members of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s academic decathlon team explored Paris over Thanksgiving to broaden the girls’ studies of the French Revolution, the theme for this year’s decathlon competition slated for Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 at Bishop Alemany High School. “The students were particularly excited to see firsthand the art and history that we had been studying since August,” said decathlon coach Mario Pariante, who teaches social science at FSHA.
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May 29, 2008
This year?s Fiesta Days celebration has been noted in the history books. To date we have celebrated 35 such events. As usual, it was a grand parade with cheering and flag waving. Each year, ?Little Town America? comes alive with the Fiesta Day?s Run, the community barbecue, a memorial service, French toast breakfast, a croquet tournament, the parade down Foothill Boulevard, and the first community concert of the summer season in the park. This issue of the Valley Sun will be filled with photos and stories about our city?
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August 28, 2013
La Cañada High School junior Lucas Drill completed a program at the University of Cambridge in England over the summer. The Cambridge Scholars Program combined sports, academics and travel. Lucas returned to the program just before the start of the school year. While in the program, Lucas studied philosophy, criminal and forensic psychology and script writing. He also joined the rowing team. The summer program ended with a visit to Paris. -- Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com Follow on Google+ and on Twitter: @LATiffanyKelly .
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April 19, 2007
Stephanie's art gallery opens its first exhibition of the season with the classic artist Edgar Chahine. Edgar Chahine has been called "The Most Parisian of all the European Artists." He was highly admired in Paris and was the most well-known artist in France. He was born in Vienna, and studied art in Venice where he received personalized training at the hand of A. Paoletti at the Armenian art school of Murad Rafaelian. Two years later, he continued his studies at the prestigious Academic Julian in Paris.
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By Jane Napier Neely | October 12, 2011
Sultan, the cat who adopted the staff at the Pasadena Museum of History, welcomed the formally-dressed guests to the museum's “Pasadena to Paris” benefit, which raised $105,000 in support of the museum's educational programs on Saturday, Sept. 24. Sultan, who has tuxedo shirt-front markings, is always ready for a party. He has a devoted group of children who come to the museum just to visit him. It was evident from the fashions of the elegantly gowned women and tuxedo-clad men that they were loving Paris, the city of light, and la joie de vivre of the French style.
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By Jane Napier Neely | May 18, 2011
This flirty May weather is skipping right along its usual erratic path. One day it is 80 degrees and the next it is teeth-chattering cold, and it’s raining. All-in-all, May is a delightful month. It is my birthday month and I’ve always been enchanted at the concept of May baskets secretly left on your friends’ doorsteps, and at the concept of dancing around a maypole. I spent my birthday weekend in Palo Alto with my daughter Heather and her two children — Catherine, age 7, and 4-year-old Ryan.
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January 21, 2010
Members of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s academic decathlon team explored Paris over Thanksgiving to broaden the girls’ studies of the French Revolution, the theme for this year’s decathlon competition slated for Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 at Bishop Alemany High School. “The students were particularly excited to see firsthand the art and history that we had been studying since August,” said decathlon coach Mario Pariante, who teaches social science at FSHA.
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March 5, 2009
Thursday Club plans ‘Passport to Paris’ The La Cañada Thursday Club will host “Passport to Paris,” a luncheon, fashion show and silent auction, on Thursday, March 19, it was announced by Mary Hennessy , president of the club, and Judy Cooper and Brenda Brisbois , co-chairpersons of the event. “Passport to Paris,” will be held at Oakmont Country Club. The event begins at 10:45 a.m. with the opening of the silent auction, which is chaired by Jeanie Kay . The luncheon, which features a French-themed menu, will be served at noon with the fashion show immediately following.
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November 30, 2006
Mention Handel's Messiah and most music lovers can't help but think instantly of the holidays, considering how the work has become such a staple of the holiday season. Yet connoisseurs of great choral music who would like to inaugurate the season by venturing beyond the standard holiday repertoire might want to consider attending The Pasadena Symphony's performance of Francis Poulenc's Gloria on Saturday, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The program will open with Mozart's Symphony No. 31 "Paris," followed by the performance of Poulenc's Gloria , featuring soprano Jamie Chamberlin of whom Alan Rich of the L.A. Weekly wrote, "I would gladly revisit the vocal and comedic talents of Jamie Chamberlin anytime she comes my way."
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