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By Michael J. Arvizu | July 9, 2009
David Wilcox likes his Hawaiian shirts. In fact, he wears them every chance he gets, event at lectures and in class. In 1976, he and a young engineer sailed from Los Angeles to San Diego. Under contract with the Air Force at the time, Wilcox was traveling to the city to present a paper. When he and the engineer arrived at the hotel ? and sunburned from the two-day trip ? he was introduced by his contract monitor to a ?fairly snooty Princeton professor. ?I told him who I was, and he says, ?
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By Diana Olson | September 15, 2010
Part 2: Relaxed dress codes can help to create a more relaxed and laid-back workplace, but also can decrease productivity. For interviews, always try to look neat and clean, with no rips or tears in your clothing. Avoid wrinkled or soiled clothing, T-shirts with logos, dirty sneakers and poor grooming. Wear polished shoes, rubber-soled leather or athletic shoes. Check to learn about the culture of the company that you are interviewing. Inappropriate business casual Pants: Sweatpants, leggings and exercise wear Shirts: Shirts with writing (other than your company's logo)
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April 1, 2004
by Carol Cormaci Lest any Valley Sun readers be caught unaware, today is April Fool's Day, an annual observance that's been a favorite among practical jokers for more than 400 years. The media, too, has enjoyed using the holiday to play elaborate jokes on the public, running everything from fake ads to manufactured stories. In 1954, the La Cañada Valley Sun printed a cover featuring the Edgar F. Davis family of Fairlawn Drive, posed in their living room in mock seriousness - and playing a variety of absurd "tricks" on the readers' eyes.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | April 4, 2012
In a garage on Crown Avenue, three enterprising La Cañada High School graduates who recently returned from college are pooling their talents and ambitions to launch a one-of-a-kind T-shirt company. Co-founder Francis Pollara said that [SIC] Apparel draws its name and inspiration from the Latin-based term 'sic,' meaning “intentionally so written.” “Our company is centered around the concept of referencing artwork and designs exactly as they were originally created,” he said.
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By Ruth Longoria | May 22, 2008
They came from across the Southland, celebrities and community members ? laden with sleeping bags, tents, walking shoes, shorts and T-shirts, hats, sunglasses and plenty of water. Some were survivors and some honored family or friends who have succumbed to the terrible disease. Others came just to support a cause that has touched so many lives. The eighth annual Foothills Relay for Life last weekend at La Crescenta?s Clark Magnet High School drew about 600 hundred walkers and generated more than $116,000 in funds to help local cancer victims and survivors.
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December 11, 2008
La Cañada High School seventh and eighth graders ate, danced and socialized Friday night at the annual Dine ?n? Dance. The junior high?s only evening dance was well attended; and teens dressed for the occasion, with young men in slacks and nice shirts and young ladies in dresses and heels. The school cafeteria looked elegant, decorated with balloons. Several long tables were heaped with homebaked goods and other treats. In-N-Out served burgers and volunteers offered up freshly spun cotton candy.
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By Mary O’Keefe | April 3, 2008
Mountain Avenue Elementary was Surf City, USA on Friday night as dads and their little surfer girl daughters enjoyed a night of hula-hoop races and California dreamin’ music at the Daddy Daughter Dance sponsored by Girls Scout Troop 943. The Girl Scouts decided that a daddy daughter dance was a great way to raise money for their troop and for a worthy cause; a portion of the money raised was donated to Save the Whales foundation. The beach party theme was complete with tropical decorations and dads dressed in their best Hawaiian shirts.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | April 4, 2012
In a garage on Crown Avenue, three enterprising La Cañada High School graduates who recently returned from college are pooling their talents and ambitions to launch a one-of-a-kind T-shirt company. Co-founder Francis Pollara said that [SIC] Apparel draws its name and inspiration from the Latin-based term 'sic,' meaning “intentionally so written.” “Our company is centered around the concept of referencing artwork and designs exactly as they were originally created,” he said.
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By Diana Olson | September 15, 2010
Part 2: Relaxed dress codes can help to create a more relaxed and laid-back workplace, but also can decrease productivity. For interviews, always try to look neat and clean, with no rips or tears in your clothing. Avoid wrinkled or soiled clothing, T-shirts with logos, dirty sneakers and poor grooming. Wear polished shoes, rubber-soled leather or athletic shoes. Check to learn about the culture of the company that you are interviewing. Inappropriate business casual Pants: Sweatpants, leggings and exercise wear Shirts: Shirts with writing (other than your company's logo)
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By Michael J. Arvizu | July 9, 2009
David Wilcox likes his Hawaiian shirts. In fact, he wears them every chance he gets, event at lectures and in class. In 1976, he and a young engineer sailed from Los Angeles to San Diego. Under contract with the Air Force at the time, Wilcox was traveling to the city to present a paper. When he and the engineer arrived at the hotel ? and sunburned from the two-day trip ? he was introduced by his contract monitor to a ?fairly snooty Princeton professor. ?I told him who I was, and he says, ?
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By Ruth Longoria | May 22, 2008
They came from across the Southland, celebrities and community members ? laden with sleeping bags, tents, walking shoes, shorts and T-shirts, hats, sunglasses and plenty of water. Some were survivors and some honored family or friends who have succumbed to the terrible disease. Others came just to support a cause that has touched so many lives. The eighth annual Foothills Relay for Life last weekend at La Crescenta?s Clark Magnet High School drew about 600 hundred walkers and generated more than $116,000 in funds to help local cancer victims and survivors.
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April 1, 2004
by Carol Cormaci Lest any Valley Sun readers be caught unaware, today is April Fool's Day, an annual observance that's been a favorite among practical jokers for more than 400 years. The media, too, has enjoyed using the holiday to play elaborate jokes on the public, running everything from fake ads to manufactured stories. In 1954, the La Cañada Valley Sun printed a cover featuring the Edgar F. Davis family of Fairlawn Drive, posed in their living room in mock seriousness - and playing a variety of absurd "tricks" on the readers' eyes.
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