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June 15, 2006
The Pasadena Summer Youth Chamber Orchestra (FSYCO) will present its annual concert at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on Saturday, June 24 at 7:30 p.m. Four young pianists will perform four piano concertos with the 50-piece orchestra. Adrian Bahn-Suh is playing the F movement of Mozart's concerto No.8. Julie Lee is playing the 1st movement of Chopin's concerto No.1. Katherine Won is playing the 3rd movement of Grieg's Piano Concerto. Kevin Shin is playing the Liszt Piano concerto No.1 in E flat.
NEWS
September 23, 2004
Oct. 10, 1919-Sept. 17, 2004 Pasadena attorney John Howard Whatley, prominent in the legal, philanthropic, and religious community for more than half a century, died at his Pasadena home on Sept. 17, 2004 of complications from leukemia. He was a resident of La Cañada Flintridge from 1950 until he moved back to Pasadena in 1993. Born October 10, 1919 in Alabama, John received his bachelor of laws degree from the University of Alabama in 1941, enlisted in the U.S. Army as a private in 1941, and served in the South Pacific and the Philippines as a captain in the anti-aircraft artillery until his discharge in 1946.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 19, 2007
The Glendale-Burbank Republican Assembly invites all Republicans and friends to celebrate 72 years of continuous operation on Saturday July 28. The group has been part of the California Republican Assembly since its inception. Past presidents have included Congressman Carlos Moorhead, Mayors Paul Burkhard, Bob Garcin, Jerold Milner and Larry Zarian, Councilwoman Mary Ann Plumley and Judges Kenneth White, Neil Lake and Marion Gubler. The event will take place at the home of Roberta and Sal Gangi in Glendale.
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By Jane Napier Neely | September 18, 2008
Just when I thought cool autumn-like weather was here we experienced an oppressive heat wave at the beginning of the week. Hopefully it will cool off a bit by the weekend. The plus side of the heat wave is that we are still experiencing those beautiful, balmy evenings that we Californians love so much. Best of all is that our warm evenings can be enjoyed practically bug free! Or at least no mosquitoes attacked me, which is a relief because I am truly quite the bug magnet. Speaking of those lovely warm nights — that was a huge plus last Sunday when the La Cañada Thursday Club held its Annual Fall Barbecue at its Spanish-style clubhouse built in the mid 1920s.
NEWS
July 19, 2007
Bernice Lucille Mason, 88, of La Cañada, died on July 10. She was born Dec. 25, 1918 to the late Wright Granville Grudem and his wife Mattie Benson Grudem in Brookings, South Dakota. Because Bernice's mother passed away shortly after her birth, Bernice was raised by her beloved Aunt Nora and Uncle Albert Lokken. She moved to California in 1936 to stay with brother Raymond and his family while she attended cosmetology school. There she met Richard R. Mason in 1937 and they married in 1940.
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By Michael Bruer, Special to the Sun | August 15, 2012
Four times a week, before the heat of the day sets in, a small group of volunteers gathers at St. Bede the Venerable's parish kitchen. Their goal is to have as many as 300 lunches - a sandwich, a piece of fruit and a sweet for dessert - all bagged and ready to go before 8 a.m. The meals are destined to reach shelters on L.A.'s Skid Row by lunchtime. But some of the volunteer workers, who call themselves the Skidettes, will be back at St. Bede's a couple of days later to spread more peanut butter on more slices of bread in a tradition that started 30 years ago. “The camaraderie of the group is what keeps me coming back,” said Mary Batenhorst, a longtime Skidette who serves as the group's treasurer.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 1, 2007
East West Players continues its 41st anniversary season with I Land , a solo performance written and performed by Keo Woolford and directed by Roberta Uno. Support for this production is provided by the S. Mark Taper Foundation Endowment for East West Players. At once hilarious, defiant and transcendent, I Land weaves together traditional Hawaiian hula, Hip-Hop, Hawaiian talk story and spoken word. I Land is acclaimed actor and hula dancer Keo Woolford's moving search for the meaning of heritage in a post-modern world.
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