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By Anita S. Brenner | November 24, 2010
Last week, New Republic contributing editor, Yossi Klein Halevi, came to town. I was surprised to see other La Cañadans in the crowd when Halevi spoke at Valley Beth Shalom synagogue in Encino, but on further reflection, my reaction was misplaced. La Cañada Flintridgians are a well-read and inquisitive group. Plus, the event was free. I went to the event with a friend from Pasadena. To get to Encino, we took the 210 to the 118 to the 405and avoided the traffic on the 2 to the 134 to the 101, as depicted on my Sprint Centro real time Google Map. When we arrived, the parking lots were full, the auditorium was full, but we found seats in the back.
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August 14, 2009
Last week it was reported that Jenny Sanford, wife of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, would be moving out of the governor?s residence to a home on Sullivan?s Island, S.C., about 120 miles east. In late June, it was publicly revealed that Sanford had had an extramarital affair with an Argentinean woman ? an affair Jenny Sanford knew about since January. Jenny Sanford has told the media that she would give her husband another chance, but that reconciliation would ?not be easy.? Do you think it?
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By Joe Puglia | December 11, 2013
Most ideas begin small. They're like saplings stretching for sunlight from a forest floor. Vines, the forest predators, twist and turn and often strangle a new seedling. Ideas are the same. They too have a precarious beginning. Their predators are people who pillage a thought and choke it until it dies. That didn't happen to Nelson Mandela, a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary. His idea wouldn't die, though he spent 27 years in prison as a punishment for what was considered by others a preposterous belief: that equality and human rights are inalienable.
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By Mary O’Keefe | March 5, 2009
Palm Crest Elementary School students were sung to and honored at last Friday’s Spirit Rally held on the school’s playground. The rally began with teacher Paulette Lantz’s Melody Makers, students from kindergarten through third grade, dressed in their best Western wear, performing a series of patriotic songs. Tom Slaughter, a representative of the Kiwanis Club of La Cañada, honored Terrific Students of the Month. Teachers chose for the awards students who went above and beyond in school work and attitude.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 4, 2007
These are the answers to #1-9 of last week’s “Civility” quiz.   1. Hospital Etiquette : To be a considerate visitor, one should stay no longer than 10 to 30 minutes (unless a family member who is helping to care for patient), eat nothing from the patient’s tray, ask prior to bringing in food from the outside, preferably leave children at home, and honor the fact that visitation is best at 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The mornings are the busiest time for doctors and nurses.
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December 18, 2008
St. Bede the Venerable Sacrament of reconciliation Dec. 22 and 23 4 to 5 p.m. Individual confessions   Christmas Eve Dec. 24 3:30 p.m. In the church (family focus, with children’s choir); parish hall (family focus); and parish center (adult focus) 5:30 p.m. In the church (youth focus, with teen choir) 9 p.m. In the church (Christmas concert before Mass) 10 p.m. In the church (with choir, brass and organ)
NEWS
February 16, 2011
Q. A new app for the iPhone and iPad allows people to make confession with a virtual priest. According to its makers, the “Confession: A Roman Catholic App,” which is on sale at Apple's iTunes store, offers “a personalized examination of conscience for each user.” The user enters personal data such as sex, age and marital status, and is presented with a list of check-boxes to describe their sins and who, if anyone, they've offended....
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November 29, 2007
Gift ideas for the needy at LCPC The community is invited to visit La Cañada Presbyterian Church Dec. 2 and 9 for a unique holiday shopping experience. The church’s annual Christmas Market presents opportunities to buy special gifts for needy people around the world and around the corner. For $100, hire a “hugging Christian granny” for an entire year in China, enabling her to cuddle neglected infants at an orphanage. A gift of $30 will provide immunization against polio, tuberculosis, hepatitis and other scourges for 10 children in Uganda.
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By Joe Puglia | December 11, 2013
Most ideas begin small. They're like saplings stretching for sunlight from a forest floor. Vines, the forest predators, twist and turn and often strangle a new seedling. Ideas are the same. They too have a precarious beginning. Their predators are people who pillage a thought and choke it until it dies. That didn't happen to Nelson Mandela, a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary. His idea wouldn't die, though he spent 27 years in prison as a punishment for what was considered by others a preposterous belief: that equality and human rights are inalienable.
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By Anita S. Brenner | November 24, 2010
Last week, New Republic contributing editor, Yossi Klein Halevi, came to town. I was surprised to see other La Cañadans in the crowd when Halevi spoke at Valley Beth Shalom synagogue in Encino, but on further reflection, my reaction was misplaced. La Cañada Flintridgians are a well-read and inquisitive group. Plus, the event was free. I went to the event with a friend from Pasadena. To get to Encino, we took the 210 to the 118 to the 405and avoided the traffic on the 2 to the 134 to the 101, as depicted on my Sprint Centro real time Google Map. When we arrived, the parking lots were full, the auditorium was full, but we found seats in the back.
FEATURES
August 17, 2009
Last week it was reported that Jenny Sanford, wife of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, would be moving out of the governor’s residence to a home on Sullivan’s Island, S.C., about 120 miles east. In late June, it was publicly revealed that Sanford had had an extramarital affair with an Argentinean woman — an affair Jenny Sanford knew about since January. Jenny Sanford has told the media that she would give her husband another chance, but that reconciliation would “not be easy.
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