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March 5, 2009
This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home. This little piggy ate roast beef, but the next guy didn?t, and the fifth little guy, well, was it some sort of emotional breakdown happening all the way home? Some say that since he was so much smaller than the other four, he felt inferior and that sent him running off, wailing and crying. Maybe he didn?t like being called ?Pinky? and preferred plorans domum , his Latin name, instead. I think he just needed some space.
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November 15, 2012
Ten Years Ago The La Cañada High School cross-country teams scored an across-the-board sweep at the Rio Hondo League championship meet at the Lower Arroyo Park in Pasadena. The head coach was Tony Haynes. Twenty Years Ago A complaint against pornographic publications that filled 11 news racks in the city was filed by the La Cañada Junior Women's Club. In response, City Hall officials sent a letter to the owner of the papers, citing a law that requires offensive materials to be covered in racks by a “blinder” that allows only the title to appear to passersby.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | September 8, 2010
The testimony in the what has become known as the "Dodger Divorce Trial" is stunning. Last week, it was revealed that Frank McCourt "had taken at least $100 million out of the Dodgers' assets for Jamie's use. " However thoughtful it was for Frank to blame this cash withdrawal on his estranged wife, the failure of the Dodger organization to invest in its bullpen is outrageous and inexcusable. The sum of $100 million would have allowed the Dodgers to keep Orlando Hudson, Juan Pierre and even Manny Ramirez.
FEATURES
By Elaine La Marr | October 5, 2006
Those lucky enough to have been able to attend the season end Fireworks Finale performances at the Hollywood Bowl, Sept. 15-17, witnessed the end of an era as John Mauceri, music director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra for nearly 16 years, gave music lovers what they had hoped for. He was simply John, elegant and refined, occasionally self-deprecating, but always the inimitable leader sharing informative tidbits of wisdom about the musical scores he...
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By Michael J. Arvizu | June 24, 2004
No one ever said love is easy. Calculus seems less complex. Nevertheless, the Summer Singers of La Cañada Presbyterian Church once again showed us that love need not be so complicated. Through careful thought and consideration, the right words and the perfect pitch and harmony, love can be as easy to express as boiling a pot of water. The annual LPCC Pops Concert got off to a winged start during its final performance Sunday, in the form of the source of all of love's beginnings - Cupid.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | September 6, 2007
A half-dozen La Cañada youths delivered a Planter?s peanut can filled with $92.67 to Mayor David Spence during Tuesday?s City Council meeting. This came after the kids raised the funds earlier this summer with a ?lemonade stand for sidewalks.? The children and their parents devised the fund-raising project in the hope of spurring the city to continue grant-writing efforts to put sidewalks along La Cañada Boulevard from La Cañada Elementary School to Olive Lane. ?The sidewalks are needed for the children?
NEWS
July 3, 2008
Letters to the Editor On street parking restrictions Hooray, the city directors are doing something about on- street parking. For years La Cañada citizens have had to endure the madding process of “running the gauntlet” down so many of our streets, turning in and out of parked vehicles to allow opposing traffic to pass only because of inconsiderate neighbors parking permanently or semi-permanently on the street. Most of La Cañada has streets without sidewalks and I think most of us like it that way. However, taking a leisurely walk or bicycling is dangerous because one has to use the center of a street to avoid parked vehicles.
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November 15, 2012
Ten Years Ago The La Cañada High School cross-country teams scored an across-the-board sweep at the Rio Hondo League championship meet at the Lower Arroyo Park in Pasadena. The head coach was Tony Haynes. Twenty Years Ago A complaint against pornographic publications that filled 11 news racks in the city was filed by the La Cañada Junior Women's Club. In response, City Hall officials sent a letter to the owner of the papers, citing a law that requires offensive materials to be covered in racks by a “blinder” that allows only the title to appear to passersby.
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NEWS
By Anita Susan Brenner | September 8, 2010
The testimony in the what has become known as the "Dodger Divorce Trial" is stunning. Last week, it was revealed that Frank McCourt "had taken at least $100 million out of the Dodgers' assets for Jamie's use. " However thoughtful it was for Frank to blame this cash withdrawal on his estranged wife, the failure of the Dodger organization to invest in its bullpen is outrageous and inexcusable. The sum of $100 million would have allowed the Dodgers to keep Orlando Hudson, Juan Pierre and even Manny Ramirez.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2009
This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed home. This little piggy ate roast beef, but the next guy didn?t, and the fifth little guy, well, was it some sort of emotional breakdown happening all the way home? Some say that since he was so much smaller than the other four, he felt inferior and that sent him running off, wailing and crying. Maybe he didn?t like being called ?Pinky? and preferred plorans domum , his Latin name, instead. I think he just needed some space.
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