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By Ruth Longoria | November 20, 2008
Whether or not a proposed $1.8 million tiered parking structure beneath a new ball field, next to a new community center becomes part of the city?s solution to perceived parking problems in this city is still up in the air. This after the La Cañada Flintridge City Council took on parking issues at a study session Monday night after the regular council meeting. The study session was initially planned for prior to the 7 p.m. general meeting; however, a lengthy closed session about two undisclosed legal issues caused the study session to be postponed until after the meeting.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 26, 2007
Boogie the night away with "Dancing Under the Stars" on Friday, June 1, when the Pasadena City College Swing Band performs big-band standards, swing favorites, and ballroom classics on the top level of the parking structure on Del Mar Avenue. Selections will include the music of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, and many more. The evening will also feature the vocal trio Swing of Pearls. "The performance offers a unique experience for people that enjoy music and dancing," said Dennis Kay, PCC swing band director.
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May 25, 2006
PCC Presents "Dancing Under the Stars" Swing and Ballroom Concert Boogie the night away with "Dancing Under the Stars" on Friday, June 2, when the Pasadena City College Swing Band performs big-band standards, swing favorites, and ballroom classics on the top level of the parking structure on Del Mar and Hill. Selections will include the music of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman and many more. The evening also features the vocal trio Swing of Pearls. "The performance offers a unique experience for people that enjoy music and dancing," said Dennis Kay, PCC Swing Band director.
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May 24, 2007
The annual "Taste of Alhambra" offers the chance to sample the fare of the many diverse restaurants in Alhambra. The outdoor festival, which has something for everyone, including a cigar bar, a martini bar and entertainment, will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, June 3, on First Street, between Main Street and Commonwealth Avenue. The MVPs band will perform, providing listening and dancing music. A silent auction will also be held. Proceeds from the event will benefit three local charities: the Alhambra Educational Foundation, the Alhambra Library Foundation and the West San Gabriel Valley YMCA.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 30, 2009
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By Fereva | April 19, 2007
So, I'm walking back to my car after class at UCLA last Thursday evening ? well, it was late, I was tired ? and WOW what a din, what a commotion coming from the parking structure. I saw a few people headed my way hesitate. I didn't see the structure falling down, so I kept going. Then I heard order in the chaos. I heard the beat. Drumming has always fascinated and delighted me, so I followed my ears until I found the source. It was a group of young folk, strapped with hourglass shaped drums, moving with precision and rhythmic harmony.
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By Charles Cooper | February 2, 2006
The city of Pasadena held an open house last weekend for the Hahamongna Annex, 30 acres of land that the city is adding to the watershed park that lies on the border of La Cañada Flintridge. The 30 acres was originally owned by Pasadena, but was sold to the Metropolitan Waster District in 1970 for use for a water treatment plant. After that project fell through, Pasadena leased the land back until MWD put the property up for sale. Pasadena bought the land back last year for $1.2 million.
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By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council during a study session Tuesday night gave a cautious nod to the Community Center construction committee?s moving forward with plans for a new facility. This despite a few members of the council expressing the need for a more defined mission statement, schematic design and financing plan before fundraising could begin and, ultimately, a bond be taken to the voters. ?The parts are probably there, it just has to be on paper,? Councilman Don Voss said, after Bob Wallace, a Community Center board member who presented the plan to the council Tuesday night, asked if the council expected the committee to take the presented plan back to the drawing board.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | February 8, 2012
City officials last week got their first glimpse at plans for a campus makeover at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. The private, all-girls Catholic high school on St. Katherine Drive has hired Pica + Sullivan, a Los Angeles firm, to design a four-phase master plan for the historic campus that will include a new parking structure, new auditorium, an expanded high school building and new tennis courts. Pica + Sullivan co-founder Maureen Sullivan on Feb. 2 submitted the school's master plan to the Design Commission for an informal design review, and has applied to the Planning Commission for a conditional use permit, variance and tree removal approval.
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By Mary O'Keefe | September 21, 2006
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council was presented with information concerning the construction of a new Roger Barkley Community Center during a special study session Monday evening. Craig Steele, one of the center's board members, made a presentation that included two proposals for the development: the first was for a two-story facility, and the second option calls for a one-story facility. The latter option would include a 20,340 square foot community center, a 6,500 square foot preschool, a parking lot with 107 spaces and a synthetic sports field on top of the parking structure.
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July 18, 2012
Re: the La Cañada Flintridge Town Center overhaul. No matter how well-intentioned IDS Real Estate is, unless and until they address the 800-pound gorilla that is the existing parking structure, with their new signage and fountain they're still just putting lipstick on a pig. Don Gross La Cañada Flintridge
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | February 8, 2012
City officials last week got their first glimpse at plans for a campus makeover at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. The private, all-girls Catholic high school on St. Katherine Drive has hired Pica + Sullivan, a Los Angeles firm, to design a four-phase master plan for the historic campus that will include a new parking structure, new auditorium, an expanded high school building and new tennis courts. Pica + Sullivan co-founder Maureen Sullivan on Feb. 2 submitted the school's master plan to the Design Commission for an informal design review, and has applied to the Planning Commission for a conditional use permit, variance and tree removal approval.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ruth Longoria | April 30, 2009
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | February 19, 2009
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council during a study session Tuesday night gave a cautious nod to the Community Center construction committee?s moving forward with plans for a new facility. This despite a few members of the council expressing the need for a more defined mission statement, schematic design and financing plan before fundraising could begin and, ultimately, a bond be taken to the voters. ?The parts are probably there, it just has to be on paper,? Councilman Don Voss said, after Bob Wallace, a Community Center board member who presented the plan to the council Tuesday night, asked if the council expected the committee to take the presented plan back to the drawing board.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 2007
The annual "Taste of Alhambra" offers the chance to sample the fare of the many diverse restaurants in Alhambra. The outdoor festival, which has something for everyone, including a cigar bar, a martini bar and entertainment, will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, June 3, on First Street, between Main Street and Commonwealth Avenue. The MVPs band will perform, providing listening and dancing music. A silent auction will also be held. Proceeds from the event will benefit three local charities: the Alhambra Educational Foundation, the Alhambra Library Foundation and the West San Gabriel Valley YMCA.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 26, 2007
Boogie the night away with "Dancing Under the Stars" on Friday, June 1, when the Pasadena City College Swing Band performs big-band standards, swing favorites, and ballroom classics on the top level of the parking structure on Del Mar Avenue. Selections will include the music of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, and many more. The evening will also feature the vocal trio Swing of Pearls. "The performance offers a unique experience for people that enjoy music and dancing," said Dennis Kay, PCC swing band director.
NEWS
By Fereva | April 19, 2007
So, I'm walking back to my car after class at UCLA last Thursday evening ? well, it was late, I was tired ? and WOW what a din, what a commotion coming from the parking structure. I saw a few people headed my way hesitate. I didn't see the structure falling down, so I kept going. Then I heard order in the chaos. I heard the beat. Drumming has always fascinated and delighted me, so I followed my ears until I found the source. It was a group of young folk, strapped with hourglass shaped drums, moving with precision and rhythmic harmony.
NEWS
By Mary O'Keefe | September 21, 2006
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council was presented with information concerning the construction of a new Roger Barkley Community Center during a special study session Monday evening. Craig Steele, one of the center's board members, made a presentation that included two proposals for the development: the first was for a two-story facility, and the second option calls for a one-story facility. The latter option would include a 20,340 square foot community center, a 6,500 square foot preschool, a parking lot with 107 spaces and a synthetic sports field on top of the parking structure.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2006
PCC Presents "Dancing Under the Stars" Swing and Ballroom Concert Boogie the night away with "Dancing Under the Stars" on Friday, June 2, when the Pasadena City College Swing Band performs big-band standards, swing favorites, and ballroom classics on the top level of the parking structure on Del Mar and Hill. Selections will include the music of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman and many more. The evening also features the vocal trio Swing of Pearls. "The performance offers a unique experience for people that enjoy music and dancing," said Dennis Kay, PCC Swing Band director.
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