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January 19, 2006
High school friends of the late 2nd Lt. Andrew Torres, USMC, recently met with staff of the Huntington Medical Research Institutes to discuss the progress of strategic cancer research that will be funded by the Second Annual Golf Classic. The fundraiser is scheduled for Monday, April 3, at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club. Committee members from the Flintridge Prep Class of 1998 include Matt Linder, Geoff Chandler, Rishi Saghal, Noelle Ito, Whitney Railsback and Chris Mang.
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March 17, 2005
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art simultaneously presents two exhibitions, "Rauschenberg: Posters" and "German and Austrian Posters - War, Revolution, Protest: Recent Gifts to the Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies" now through June 12. Comprising poster selections from two collections at LACMA (including highlights from a recent major donation to the Rifkind Center), both exhibitions examine poster art in various historical, social and political contexts.
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By Charly Shelton | June 15, 2006
Last week the Crescenta Valley High School Science Research class had its second annual poster session in the library of the school. Throughout the year, students have been volunteering at various research labs working one-on-one with professionals in their chosen field of study. The students covered research projects from the transmission of AIDS from infected mothers' breast milk to their babies to the discovery of Ice Age fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits. This is the second year the class has been offered to advanced placement students.
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May 25, 2006
La Cañada High School student Julie Chon won "Best of Show" for the city of Los Angeles' Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month Poster Contest. Chon was one of many students who entered her artwork in the city's annual poster contest to reflect this year's theme "A History of Traditions." Annie Park, another La Cañada High School student, won first place in the ninth to 10th grade category. Each received a $200 scholarship from the city, and Wells Fargo will make a $2,000 grant to La Cañada High School as part of the award.
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By Seth Amitin | February 11, 2010
A small group of political activists who set up a table near the La Cañada post office created a stir on Thursday, prompting complaints to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. The Larouche Movement, a radical organization in favor of impeaching the president, filled their table with literature and displayed a poster with an image of President Barack Obama to which a mustache similar to Adolph Hitler’s had been added. A couple of La Cañada residents took offense to the demonstration and described the protesters as being “aggressive.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | September 12, 2012
Mario Zamparelli's movie posters and designs have influenced artists from Hollywood to Las Vegas and beyond, and relatives say he, in turn, was inspired by his La Cañada Flintridge home and surroundings. Zamparelli died Saturday at age 91. During his time as chief executive designer to billionaire Howard Hughes' industrial empire from 1958 until Hughes' death in 1976, Zamparelli designed logos, movie posters, casinos and airplane interiors for Hughes operations including Trans World Airlines, Hughes Airwest, Hughes Helicopters and RKO Studios.
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By Sara Cardine, Special to the Valley Sun | August 17, 2011
When it comes to creating an aesthetically pleasing image, Glendale artist Jeff Lawson is a pro. For more than 30 years, Lawson and his firm, Jeff Lawson Design, have created images and branding materials for commercial giants like American Honda, Yamaha Electronics and the Los Angeles Kings. But only recently has Lawson begun to spread his wings as a creative artist. His work, a series of striking, digitally created posters mixed with digitized photos and paintings, now hangs in Penelope's Café Books & Gallery in La Cañada and will remain there throughout August.
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April 26, 2007
MONTROSE ? The city of Montrose will be awash in purple on Tuesday, May 1, thanks to the efforts of volunteers from the 7th Annual Foothills Relay For Life, who are raising funds to fight cancer. Businesses along Honolulu Avenue will be decorated with purple ribbons, purple posters, purple balloons and purple window displays. People will be wearing purple clothing and wristbands. Rocky Cola Café will have a fundraiser with a portion of proceeds going to the American Cancer Society.
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May 17, 2007
This year's upcoming Sierra Madre Art Fair will embrace some of its most famous artists from previous years as well as welcome artists new to the fair. Art collectors will be delighted to see past featured artists Regina Giandomenico, Michael Crook, Djibril N'Doye, Hugo Lecaros and Nancy Doyle. The 45th Annual Art Fair will be held Saturday, May 19, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, May 20, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the City's tree-lined Memorial Park. The park is located on Sierra Madre Blvd.
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By Steven E. Browne | October 19, 2006
A mysterious protest sign has appeared in the center of La Cañada. Several alert people in our town, extremely sensitive about unauthorized billboards, signs and posters, especially around our picturesque flower shop, have not noticed the sign on the north side of Foothill Boulevard. City officials were quick to comment, off the record of course. "I was not told of this sign," said one individual covering his name tag, "but it will be investigated, appropriate authorities will be notified, the matter will be discussed, addressed, duly notated, it will be put on our agenda and after a great deal of action and motions votes will be taken and recorded."
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By Seth Amitin | February 11, 2010
A small group of political activists who set up a table near the La Cañada post office created a stir on Thursday, prompting complaints to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. The Larouche Movement, a radical organization in favor of impeaching the president, filled their table with literature and displayed a poster with an image of President Barack Obama to which a mustache similar to Adolph Hitler’s had been added. A couple of La Cañada residents took offense to the demonstration and described the protesters as being “aggressive.
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By Charly Shelton | June 15, 2006
Last week the Crescenta Valley High School Science Research class had its second annual poster session in the library of the school. Throughout the year, students have been volunteering at various research labs working one-on-one with professionals in their chosen field of study. The students covered research projects from the transmission of AIDS from infected mothers' breast milk to their babies to the discovery of Ice Age fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits. This is the second year the class has been offered to advanced placement students.
FEATURES
May 25, 2006
La Cañada High School student Julie Chon won "Best of Show" for the city of Los Angeles' Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month Poster Contest. Chon was one of many students who entered her artwork in the city's annual poster contest to reflect this year's theme "A History of Traditions." Annie Park, another La Cañada High School student, won first place in the ninth to 10th grade category. Each received a $200 scholarship from the city, and Wells Fargo will make a $2,000 grant to La Cañada High School as part of the award.
NEWS
January 19, 2006
High school friends of the late 2nd Lt. Andrew Torres, USMC, recently met with staff of the Huntington Medical Research Institutes to discuss the progress of strategic cancer research that will be funded by the Second Annual Golf Classic. The fundraiser is scheduled for Monday, April 3, at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club. Committee members from the Flintridge Prep Class of 1998 include Matt Linder, Geoff Chandler, Rishi Saghal, Noelle Ito, Whitney Railsback and Chris Mang.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 2005
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art simultaneously presents two exhibitions, "Rauschenberg: Posters" and "German and Austrian Posters - War, Revolution, Protest: Recent Gifts to the Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies" now through June 12. Comprising poster selections from two collections at LACMA (including highlights from a recent major donation to the Rifkind Center), both exhibitions examine poster art in various historical, social and political contexts.
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