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April 2, 2009
Q. I am 61 and had planned on retiring next year but now I am wondering if that will be feasible with the fall in the stock market. I am 61 and had planned on retiring next year but now I am wondering if that will be feasible with the fall in the stock market. Terry, La Cañada ? You are one of millions of baby boomers who plan to delay, or perhaps cancel, their retirements because of the recession and the stock market?s dive to half its value of just 18 months ago. About 76 million American babies born between 1946 and 1960 were supposed to be starting to retire now. But 57% of Americans age 45 and older expect to delay retirement, according to a recent AARP study.
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By Mary O'Keefe | March 22, 2007
La Cañadans, like their counterparts throughout the state, are feeling the pinch at the pump as California oil refineries are blamed for high prices. According to the Energy Information Administration, gas prices rose from an average of $2.89 per gallon on March 5 to $3.07 March 19. According to reports, fuel experts blamed refinery and pipeline problems as well as high demands by drivers. On the other hand, oil companies do not seem to be taking it in the pocket book like consumers.
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By Megan O’Neil | May 13, 2010
La Cañada Flintridge home prices continued to make modest gains as the inventory of available properties shrank in April, according to real estate data released this week. The average price per square foot for a home in April was $465.01, up from $431.56 the previous month, according to Keller Williams Real Estate Services, which tracks the Crescenta-Cañada, Glendale and San Fernando markets. The average sale price in the 91011 ZIP Code was $1.25 million, a 9.6% increase from April 2009.
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By Megan O'Neil | December 17, 2009
Average home prices in La Cañada Flintridge dipped in November for the third consecutive month, according to a real estate report released this week. The average home price last month fell to $1.14 million last month from $1.32 million in October and was down 7.2% from the same period a year ago, according to Keller Williams Real Estate Services, a firm that tracks the real estate market in the Crescenta-Cañada and San Fernando Valley areas. “[Home prices] have gone up and down a lot during the year, but if you compare it to last November, the average price per square foot dropped about 10%,” Keller Williams agent Keith Sorem said.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 14, 2004
Classic and Contemporary American Plays, in association with Glendale's legendary Alex Theatre, presents the staged reading of "Eastern Standard" by Tony Award-winning and Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright Richard Greenberg on Oct. 18, 19 and 20 at the Alex Theatre. "Eastern Standard" stars Hill Harper, Matt Letscher, Tracy Leigh, Zilah Mendoza and Jordan Belfi. Set in 1980s Manhattan, "Eastern Standard" deals with yuppies, AIDS, the stock market, trendy restaurants, homelessness and urban malaise.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 21, 2010
Approximately 75 junior-high students got their first jobs and credit cards, took out multiple loans, played the stock market, bought cars and houses and got married. Many 12-to-14-year-olds even spent a few minutes in jail. It's all part of Life — the game. The popular board game got a dose of reality on Saturday, Oct. 16, at La Cañada Presbyterian Church as the church's junior youth group played a real-life version of it. Jim Staniels, the church's youth pastor, put on the event for the third year in a row. Kids learn life lessons through playing the game.
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By Carol Cormaci | November 6, 2008
Tuesday’s historic general election and huge victory for Barack Obama, who will soon be our 44th president, certainly (and appropriately) overshadows anything happening around town that a hyper-local journalist might consider for column fodder. No matter how hard I've tried this week to zero in on a local topic, the political news remains at the top of my consciousness, and, I imagine many of you are like the people in my office: still talking about the outcome. It's not terribly dissimilar to the chatter we hear after any national election, with some being euphoric and others slightly subdued.
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By Ruth Longoria | December 11, 2008
While other stores across the country may be struggling for lack of shoppers and sales due to the current recession, at least one La Cañada shop is seeing an increase in customers and purchases due also to the economic hard times. The many people choosing to spend their holiday and budgeted dollars on fine recycled items sold at St. George?s Dragon Thrift Shop on Foothill Boulevard excites staff at the local shop. ?I?ve heard it called a reverse economy, and we?re one of the businesses that is profiting from that,?
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By Anita Susan Brenner | December 18, 2008
It was a wet evening on Foothill Boulevard. The rain had stopped, but the air was nippy. Miss Audrey Hepburn strained at her leash and Len and I picked up our pace. Suddenly, a shot rang out. Actually, it was a not a shot. It was a motorcycle backfiring. The bike, of course, belonged to the Anonymous Source, an attractive lady in her 40s who keeps me supplied with long-hidden true accounts of local history. Tonight, she was dressed in black St. John’s knit pantsuit, which perfectly matched her helmet and her bike — a 1952 Vincent Black Lightning, the world’s finest production motorcycle.
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By Megan O’Neil | May 13, 2010
La Cañada Flintridge home prices continued to make modest gains as the inventory of available properties shrank in April, according to real estate data released this week. The average price per square foot for a home in April was $465.01, up from $431.56 the previous month, according to Keller Williams Real Estate Services, which tracks the Crescenta-Cañada, Glendale and San Fernando markets. The average sale price in the 91011 ZIP Code was $1.25 million, a 9.6% increase from April 2009.
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By Megan O'Neil | December 17, 2009
Average home prices in La Cañada Flintridge dipped in November for the third consecutive month, according to a real estate report released this week. The average home price last month fell to $1.14 million last month from $1.32 million in October and was down 7.2% from the same period a year ago, according to Keller Williams Real Estate Services, a firm that tracks the real estate market in the Crescenta-Cañada and San Fernando Valley areas. “[Home prices] have gone up and down a lot during the year, but if you compare it to last November, the average price per square foot dropped about 10%,” Keller Williams agent Keith Sorem said.
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April 2, 2009
Q. I am 61 and had planned on retiring next year but now I am wondering if that will be feasible with the fall in the stock market. I am 61 and had planned on retiring next year but now I am wondering if that will be feasible with the fall in the stock market. Terry, La Cañada ? You are one of millions of baby boomers who plan to delay, or perhaps cancel, their retirements because of the recession and the stock market?s dive to half its value of just 18 months ago. About 76 million American babies born between 1946 and 1960 were supposed to be starting to retire now. But 57% of Americans age 45 and older expect to delay retirement, according to a recent AARP study.
NEWS
By Mary O'Keefe | March 22, 2007
La Cañadans, like their counterparts throughout the state, are feeling the pinch at the pump as California oil refineries are blamed for high prices. According to the Energy Information Administration, gas prices rose from an average of $2.89 per gallon on March 5 to $3.07 March 19. According to reports, fuel experts blamed refinery and pipeline problems as well as high demands by drivers. On the other hand, oil companies do not seem to be taking it in the pocket book like consumers.
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