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February 8, 2011
St. Francis Mothers’ Guild will hold a “Dine Out Day and Knight” fundraiser on Thursday, Feb.10, at The Star Café and Black Cow Café in Montrose. “We are thrilled to be working with such family and community-minded people at Star Café and Black Cow Café,” said Teresa Aubert, Mothers’ Guild co-president. “This is the second annual of many fundraisers which we hope to hold here.” The Star Café, located at 2217 Honolulu Avenue, is open for lunch and dinner from 11a.m.
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By Chris Sutton | March 25, 2004
Everyone was smiling at La Cañada Elementary School Friday as hundreds of grandparents came to have lunch with their grandchildren. They wore sunglasses and hats, toting blankets, folding chairs, picnic baskets, lunches and cameras. LCE's quad area looked like a park, with everyone having their picnics. The lunches ranged from Burger King, In N' Out, Quizno's to peanut butter sandwiches and fruit, whatever was the favorite of the grandchildren. Some traveled from out of state for the special event, like first grader Scotty Platisa's grandfather, who flew in from Idaho.
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By Carol Cormaci | March 26, 2009
Not many things can entice me out of our warm home on a cold Sunday afternoon, but the promise of a chocolate-filled afternoon at the Langham Hotel (the Huntington-Sheraton of our youth and more recently a Ritz-Carlton) was too much for even a homebody like me to resist. If any activity is worth switching out of jeans and an old sweater for more refined attire, it’s tea in the old hotel’s Lobby Lounge. So when the invitation came to be a guest at the inaugural “Chocolate Tea” last Sunday I wasted no time in rsvp-ing.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | August 28, 2013
After Jerry Uebel retired from his role as a Glendale community police officer in 2007, he mulled the idea of running a restaurant. Then he discovered WingStop, a Texas-based chain that specializes in chicken wings, which he thought would be a perfect fit for the area. Uebel and his business partner, Jay Hoehn, opened a store on Verdugo Boulevard in La Cañada earlier this month. “I grew up in this area,” said Uebel. “We have a lot of people coming in that know both of us.” The restaurant has been busy since it opened, he said.
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By Megan O’Neil | January 7, 2010
Clutching a paper napkin in one hand and a Philly cheese steak in the other, Jean Embree offered up her verdict. “The flavor is excellent and the meat is very high quality,” Embree said. “Most people don’t bother to buy good meat because they think people don’t care.” The Altadena resident was one of a dozen customers filling tables and happily munching on sandwiches Wednesday at the opening of Jersey Mike’s Subs sandwich shop in La Cañada Flintridge.
COMMUNITY
May 23, 2013
The La Cañada United Methodist Church will host an event with tea and a performance by classical musicians on Saturday, June 1. Musicians will play selections from George Gershwin's “Porgy and Bess” and tangos by Ástor Piazzolla. Tea, sandwiches and scones will be served. Tickets are $15. Call the church at (818) 790-3605 for more information. The church is located at 104 Berkshire Place. -- Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com Follow on Google+ and on Twitter: @LATiffanyKelly .
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By Chris Sutton | December 16, 2004
Friday, Dec. 10 was a beautiful, sunny day, especially for a picnic lunch and that is just how hundreds of students and parents at La Cañada Elementary School celebrated the holiday season, the Southern California way. Wearing sunglasses and hats, the parents came carrying lawn chairs, blankets and, of course, lunch, which included pizza, Subway sandwiches, Taco Bell, salads and the American favorite, hamburgers. "This is a nice activity. We didn't have this when I was in school.
COMMUNITY
June 13, 2013
La Cañada United Methodist Church's Sunday service features Pastor Elaine Cho. After the 10:30 a.m. service, the church's Senior Fellowship will host a luncheon with a speaker from Court Appointed Special Advocate, an organization that supports foster children. On Saturday, the church will host an afternoon musical performance featuring selections from George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess" and tangos by Ástor Piazzolla. Tea, sandwiches and scones will be served. Cake plates will be available for purchase.
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December 5, 2013
Sons of Norway Edvard Grieg Lodge will hold a Christmas program with a Santa Lucia procession next week. The event begins on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 6:30 p.m., but children who want to be involved in the program should come at 6 p.m. Attendees will have the chance to sing Norwegian and American Christmas carols. The event, held at Lutheran Church of the Foothills on 1700 Foothill Blvd. in La Crescenta, is free and open to the public. A potluck with sandwiches and pastries follows the program.
COMMUNITY
February 27, 2014
La Cañada Junior Women's Club organizes Meals on Heels once a month at a member's home and delivers the sack lunches to Union Station in Pasadena. Two weeks ago, members gathered at Julie Del Rivo's La Cañada home to assemble 50 sack lunches for families. Each member who attended the event brought food items to contribute to the lunch bags. Meals on Heels chairwomen Ginger Wilson and Tina Radabaugh say the philanthropic project is ideal for new members to get to know each other and for members to bring their children in helping to fill lunch bags with sandwiches, chips, fruit, juice, and a baked item.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | August 28, 2013
After Jerry Uebel retired from his role as a Glendale community police officer in 2007, he mulled the idea of running a restaurant. Then he discovered WingStop, a Texas-based chain that specializes in chicken wings, which he thought would be a perfect fit for the area. Uebel and his business partner, Jay Hoehn, opened a store on Verdugo Boulevard in La Cañada earlier this month. “I grew up in this area,” said Uebel. “We have a lot of people coming in that know both of us.” The restaurant has been busy since it opened, he said.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 8, 2011
St. Francis Mothers’ Guild will hold a “Dine Out Day and Knight” fundraiser on Thursday, Feb.10, at The Star Café and Black Cow Café in Montrose. “We are thrilled to be working with such family and community-minded people at Star Café and Black Cow Café,” said Teresa Aubert, Mothers’ Guild co-president. “This is the second annual of many fundraisers which we hope to hold here.” The Star Café, located at 2217 Honolulu Avenue, is open for lunch and dinner from 11a.m.
NEWS
By Megan O’Neil | January 7, 2010
Clutching a paper napkin in one hand and a Philly cheese steak in the other, Jean Embree offered up her verdict. “The flavor is excellent and the meat is very high quality,” Embree said. “Most people don’t bother to buy good meat because they think people don’t care.” The Altadena resident was one of a dozen customers filling tables and happily munching on sandwiches Wednesday at the opening of Jersey Mike’s Subs sandwich shop in La Cañada Flintridge.
NEWS
By Carol Cormaci | March 26, 2009
Not many things can entice me out of our warm home on a cold Sunday afternoon, but the promise of a chocolate-filled afternoon at the Langham Hotel (the Huntington-Sheraton of our youth and more recently a Ritz-Carlton) was too much for even a homebody like me to resist. If any activity is worth switching out of jeans and an old sweater for more refined attire, it’s tea in the old hotel’s Lobby Lounge. So when the invitation came to be a guest at the inaugural “Chocolate Tea” last Sunday I wasted no time in rsvp-ing.
NEWS
By Chris Sutton | March 25, 2004
Everyone was smiling at La Cañada Elementary School Friday as hundreds of grandparents came to have lunch with their grandchildren. They wore sunglasses and hats, toting blankets, folding chairs, picnic baskets, lunches and cameras. LCE's quad area looked like a park, with everyone having their picnics. The lunches ranged from Burger King, In N' Out, Quizno's to peanut butter sandwiches and fruit, whatever was the favorite of the grandchildren. Some traveled from out of state for the special event, like first grader Scotty Platisa's grandfather, who flew in from Idaho.
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