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By Charly Shelton | July 31, 2008
The Crescenta Valley Arts Council is hosting its second annual ?Shakespeare in the Park? event. Next Friday, Aug. 1, the Southern California Lyric Theatre will be performing William Shakespeare?s ?Much Ado About Nothing? at Two Strike Park in La Crescenta. The troupe has been performing it every weekend in July, and its last scheduled performance will be on Aug. 2 in Sierra Madre. Last year, SCLT presented, ?A Midsummer Night?s Dream.? The event was a huge success, with nearly 500 in attendance, and next Friday?
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January 22, 2009
There in the aisle of the supermarket we make our best decisions on what groceries to put in our cart. Cereal, breakfast bars, bread and pasta ? yep, we buy the best brands, the good stuff. Or so we think. But something has changed. It happened quietly and without mandatory labeling. Therefore, most of us knew nothing about it. The biotech industry has genetically modified (GM) many of the foods we eat. As much as 70% of the foods sold nationwide?(and that includes here in our La Cañada markets)
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March 31, 2005
Valley View by Fereva The title above is the name which locals Cliff Jones and Bob Tanabe have designated representing their efforts to do the same. Specifically, they hope to raise material donations in support of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 465 stationed in Iraq. Some weeks ago, I wrote of U.S. Marine Cpl. Michael T. Morton, 27, an embarkation chief for this unit. I met him during an interview at his send-off party for return to active duty. Friends e-mailed me after that story.
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By Nancy Turney | April 22, 2010
Q. I have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, and I am wondering what I can do to improve my functioning, in addition to what my doctor has recommended. ? Joe, La Cañada ? There are ways to manage weight, minimize pain and improve energy level. By changing habits, anyone can make small changes that will have a big impact over time. Not sure where to start? Arthritis Today asked experts to help compile this list of suggestions. Follow them to start making a difference today.
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June 29, 2006
Loa Blasucci Well, we've finally done it. We've turned a big corner, there are now more overweight people than starving people on this planet of ours. We are in the midst of a crisis and getting heavier. Maybe you have a few pounds to lose and you think to yourself, "Am I part of this crisis? But, I'm a conscientious person, how did I become part of a national epidemic?" Last week, I was with a group of friends and the conversation turned, as it often does, to weight control.
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January 22, 2009
There in the aisle of the supermarket we make our best decisions on what groceries to put in our cart. Cereal, breakfast bars, bread and pasta ? yep, we buy the best brands, the good stuff. Or so we think. But something has changed. It happened quietly and without mandatory labeling. Therefore, most of us knew nothing about it. The biotech industry has genetically modified (GM) many of the foods we eat. As much as 70% of the foods sold nationwide?(and that includes here in our La Cañada markets)
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By Charly Shelton | July 31, 2008
The Crescenta Valley Arts Council is hosting its second annual ?Shakespeare in the Park? event. Next Friday, Aug. 1, the Southern California Lyric Theatre will be performing William Shakespeare?s ?Much Ado About Nothing? at Two Strike Park in La Crescenta. The troupe has been performing it every weekend in July, and its last scheduled performance will be on Aug. 2 in Sierra Madre. Last year, SCLT presented, ?A Midsummer Night?s Dream.? The event was a huge success, with nearly 500 in attendance, and next Friday?
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