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September 15, 2010
Tryouts for the 2011 Rose Queen and Royal Court kick off Saturday, Sept. 18 at 9 a.m. at the Tournament House in Pasadena. More than 1,000 young women are expected to compete for one of seven spots on the Royal Court. Candidates must be at least 17 years old by Dec. 31 and not older than 21 before Jan. 3, 2011. They must be seniors in high school or enrolled as full-time students in an accredited school or college in the trustee area of Pasadena Community College or the trial annex area in Eagle Rock/Highland Park.
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August 20, 2009
Q. My mom has always enjoyed eating and has been able to maintain an appropriate weight throughout her life. Lately she has just been picking at her food, saying that nothing tastes good anymore. She is losing weight. Do you have any suggestions? My mom has always enjoyed eating and has been able to maintain an appropriate weight throughout her life. Lately she has just been picking at her food, saying that nothing tastes good anymore. She is losing weight. Do you have any suggestions?
ENTERTAINMENT
July 14, 2005
Dining with Duvall by Lynn Duvall Casting about for a birthday gift for my daughter, Gretchen, I saw a new perfume concept in the Tip Jar, an e-mail newsletter (www.tipjar.com). It seemed an impossibly inexpensive, fantastic idea: take a fragrance journey online by answering questions about your lifestyle, scent preferences and memories. Soon, three perfume samples arrive. Choose the fragrance you like best, or telephone the perfumer to request one revision. Your personal formula is stored in the database at Creative Scentualization.
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By Carol Cormaci | September 5, 2012
Several hours ago, having fallen under the spell of a magazine spread that seduced me into believing I could renew my bathroom just by picking up a paintbrush, I broached the subject with the family accountant. Could we find the price of a gallon of paint in our open-to-buy column on the budget today? It's hot and arid enough to be good painting weather, I reasoned. We've been looking at that same ivory color on the bathroom cabinets, drawers, moldings and doors for at least 15 years.
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By Jason Wells, Tiffany Kelly and Mark Kellam | March 1, 2013
Two employees at the Sports Chalet in La Cañada Flintridge suffered burns Friday after an explosion ripped through the sporting goods store, authorities said. The two employees - who remained unidentified Friday afternoon - were asked to shut off a gas valve after someone reported smelling gas, according to Los Angeles County Fire spokesman Al Yanagisawa. The explosion, which was described as sudden flash fire, occurred in the pool area where scuba equipment is stored. The employees suffered unspecified injuries, but a sheriff's department official said they were taken to Huntington Hospital in Pasadena to be treated for burns.
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September 10, 2012
The mysterious sulfur or rotten-egg smell wafting across Southern California Monday morning is befuddling officials who have been responding to calls from the public. Lt. Angela Shepherd of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's station said that calls had been coming in from La Cañada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Montrose and Glendale. Shepherd said that the smell was likely caused by sulfur or methane gas , and the L.A. County Fire Department is investigating the odor. Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey said his department has received hundreds of phone calls - including some to 911 - about the odor, which he said has been detected from the Palm Springs area to Simi Valley.
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By Ruth Longoria | September 6, 2007
The smell of barbecue, sounds of swing music and the legend of Manchester Boddy drew hundreds of visitors from across the Los Angeles area to La Cañada?s Descanso Gardens Monday for Boddy?s Big Backyard, an annual event at the gardens. While children rode ponies and kids of all ages toured the gardens on the Enchanted Railroad, some families shared picnics on the lawn and listened to Verdugo Swing Society play music from the 1930s and ?40s. Others took time to smell the flowers in the rose garden or share a shady bench by the koi pond.
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By Mary O’Keefe Valley Sun | September 6, 2007
Los Angeles County Fire engine 19 responded to a late night call at La Cañada Elementary School on Saturday. ?It looked like an intentional fire had been set in a trash can,? said Captain Tom Sullivan. The call came in around 11:30 p.m. and firefighters had the blaze quickly under control with minimal damage to the school. ?One of the temporary classrooms was burned on the outside, but no fire damage inside,? said Ivette Ellis, the school?s principal. ?Basically the fire didn?
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By Susan Stefun | October 2, 2008
The La Cañada High School principal was before the school board Tuesday answering questions centering on teen drug use during Spartan home football games. Principal Damon Dragos reported to the board on standard security procedures in place at the games following inquiry upon board discussion on Sept. 11, where Governing Board President Susan Boyd shared news of the reported drug use. According to reports, teens were known to engage in the illicit behavior under the bleachers and remote areas of the field, which raised concerns among Boyd and her board colleagues.
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By Mary O’Keefe | October 23, 2008
The eastbound lanes of Foothill Boulevard were closed down from Gould Avenue to Oakwood Avenue Tuesday afternoon due to damage to a gas meter. The incident occurred shortly after noon on a sidewalk along Gould Avenue south of Foothill Boulevard. According to Mike Ciani of Southern California Gas Company, a truck apparently ran over the meter, causing damage to the [gas] service line. The fire department advised the Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station to close the area until the gas line was shut down.
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By Jason Wells, Tiffany Kelly and Mark Kellam | March 1, 2013
Two employees at the Sports Chalet in La Cañada Flintridge suffered burns Friday after an explosion ripped through the sporting goods store, authorities said. The two employees - who remained unidentified Friday afternoon - were asked to shut off a gas valve after someone reported smelling gas, according to Los Angeles County Fire spokesman Al Yanagisawa. The explosion, which was described as sudden flash fire, occurred in the pool area where scuba equipment is stored. The employees suffered unspecified injuries, but a sheriff's department official said they were taken to Huntington Hospital in Pasadena to be treated for burns.
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By Carol Cormaci | September 5, 2012
Several hours ago, having fallen under the spell of a magazine spread that seduced me into believing I could renew my bathroom just by picking up a paintbrush, I broached the subject with the family accountant. Could we find the price of a gallon of paint in our open-to-buy column on the budget today? It's hot and arid enough to be good painting weather, I reasoned. We've been looking at that same ivory color on the bathroom cabinets, drawers, moldings and doors for at least 15 years.
NEWS
September 15, 2010
Tryouts for the 2011 Rose Queen and Royal Court kick off Saturday, Sept. 18 at 9 a.m. at the Tournament House in Pasadena. More than 1,000 young women are expected to compete for one of seven spots on the Royal Court. Candidates must be at least 17 years old by Dec. 31 and not older than 21 before Jan. 3, 2011. They must be seniors in high school or enrolled as full-time students in an accredited school or college in the trustee area of Pasadena Community College or the trial annex area in Eagle Rock/Highland Park.
FEATURES
August 20, 2009
Q. My mom has always enjoyed eating and has been able to maintain an appropriate weight throughout her life. Lately she has just been picking at her food, saying that nothing tastes good anymore. She is losing weight. Do you have any suggestions? My mom has always enjoyed eating and has been able to maintain an appropriate weight throughout her life. Lately she has just been picking at her food, saying that nothing tastes good anymore. She is losing weight. Do you have any suggestions?
ENTERTAINMENT
July 14, 2005
Dining with Duvall by Lynn Duvall Casting about for a birthday gift for my daughter, Gretchen, I saw a new perfume concept in the Tip Jar, an e-mail newsletter (www.tipjar.com). It seemed an impossibly inexpensive, fantastic idea: take a fragrance journey online by answering questions about your lifestyle, scent preferences and memories. Soon, three perfume samples arrive. Choose the fragrance you like best, or telephone the perfumer to request one revision. Your personal formula is stored in the database at Creative Scentualization.
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