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By Joe Puglia | June 25, 2009
It’s Black Monday. Penelope’s is closed, so there’ll be no refuge from the anger I feel regarding what I’m about to tell you. Even the soothing effects of a steamy chai latte will not bring solace. Take a quick read of my thoughts and maybe the transference will help. I usually ride shotgun, but for some reason the other day I jumped into the back seat of my friend April’s Suburban. We were heading to Sonja’s house with a bunch of girl scouts for afternoon tea. As we turned the corner of Foothill onto Beulah, a young teen boy catapulted from a wooden ramp on his skateboard and landed right in front of the Suburban.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | February 25, 2010
Last week, I revealed the results of important Internet research. I had found a writer with my exact name. The other Anita Brenner, a renowned author and cultural historian, was pretty cool. Born on the American side of the border to a immigrant Jewish family, she traveled back and forth between Mexico and the U.S., she studied in Mexico and at Columbia University in New York. She was a friend of Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and other artists. Her books, ?Idols Behind Altars? and ?The Wind That Swept Mexico?
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March 1, 2007
Electronic devices include fax machines, speaker phones, pagers, and Palm Pilots (PDAs). All communication devices are to be used with consideration of others. The following protocol should be followed if choosing one of these forms of technological communication. Fax Machines : A fax machine is mostly used at a place of business or can be used in the home. It is preferable to voice mail because it can easily be saved for reference material. A professional fax cover sheet should include both of your names, address and fax numbers, both phone numbers, departments, and number of pages.
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By Anita S. Brenner | October 18, 2013
After Dr. Melissa Johnson gave a program on girls and cliques for the La Cañada Unified School District last year, I invited her to speak to the La Cañada Thursday Club. Even though I am a past president of the Thursday Club, doing a swan song as the club's current vice president, bringing in a psychologist to discuss relationships is slightly out of character. I've practiced law for nearly 40 years, with a focus on trial work. My law school class was less than 7% female. Cliques?
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By Sara Cardine | May 11, 2011
Gardens across the nation participated Friday in National Public Gardens Day, an event designed to raise awareness of public gardens and their role in promoting education and environmental stewardship in the communities they serve. In the spirit of the occasion, Descanso Gardens gave visitors a peek inside its own Harvest Garden, a veritable “secret garden” that has been in operation for nearly 60 years but has never opened its gates to the public. The Harvest Garden gives local students between the ages of ages 8 and 22 who are living with disabilities a chance to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty and learn about the long journey involved in getting food from its source to the plate.
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By Ruth Longoria | August 28, 2008
Members of Flintridge Riding Club are gearing up for the club?s 85th birthday party. The event will be celebrated Sept. 5 with picnic and family movie for members and their guests. There?s also a dinner dance planned on Oct. 18, to kick off a year of celebration. And, though most events are planned for members and their guests, the public is invited to the club?s annual ?Flintridge Autumn Classic,? Sept. 26 through 28, when the community has a free opportunity to view some of the equestrian events and purchase commemorative items.
NEWS
September 29, 2010
The government is debating whether or not to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell, the U.S. military's 17-year-old policy prohibiting openly gay and lesbian servicemen and women from serving in the military. Some say that the military would benefit from the repeal. But others like Gen. James Amos, President Obama's nominee to become commandant of the Marine Corps, said changing the law would "weaken morale," according to a story on NPR News. What do you think? Should Don't Ask, Don't Tell be repealed?
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By Joe Puglia | June 25, 2009
It’s Black Monday. Penelope’s is closed, so there’ll be no refuge from the anger I feel regarding what I’m about to tell you. Even the soothing effects of a steamy chai latte will not bring solace. Take a quick read of my thoughts and maybe the transference will help. I usually ride shotgun, but for some reason the other day I jumped into the back seat of my friend April’s Suburban. We were heading to Sonja’s house with a bunch of girl scouts for afternoon tea. As we turned the corner of Foothill onto Beulah, a young teen boy catapulted from a wooden ramp on his skateboard and landed right in front of the Suburban.
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