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By Erica Row | August 14, 2008
You don?t really hear much about stuntmen these days. However, there was a time when stuntmen received Oscars, were leading men in society, and were acknowledged by the film industry. Loren Janes, whose photographs are now up on display at Penelope?s in La Cañada, was a leading pioneer of that Golden Age. ?This is my first time ever doing something like this. My wife and I come [to Penelope?s] a lot, and one day I gave a picture to the lady that owns this place. She called a couple weeks later and asked if I had some more to put on display here, instead of the usual paintings,?
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February 16, 2011
A cable television show about the efforts of a local man to recover child kidnapping victims did not air last Saturday as planned but will premiere at a new date and time to be determined later, a spokesperson for the Discovery Channel said. As the Valley Sun reported last week, the episode of Discovery’s “Kidnap and Rescue” series was set to feature stuntman and former bodyguard Ty Ritter and his nonprofit Project Child Save. Under the nonprofit’s umbrella, Ritter and members of his board are able to raise funds — often in and around La Cañada Flintridge — to support rescue missions around the globe.
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August 26, 2004
Now be honest: Back when television news reports showed Ronald Reagan chopping wood and riding horseback on his Santa Barbara ranch, didn't you feel even a slight yearning to saddle up and take command of your own ranch, far away from your everyday work world? Now it's possible to do just that. The ranch won't exactly be yours, and you won't be in charge, but you'll be riding horseback close to some of the very same countryside that Reagan loved so much. Tucked back a few miles into the Santa Ynez mountains - and just three miles from the Reagan Ranch - is the Circle Bar B Guest Ranch, a down-home kind of place that is just 20 miles from Santa Barbara, but light years away from Santa Barbara chic.
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February 16, 2011
A cable television show about the efforts of a local man to recover child kidnapping victims did not air last Saturday as planned but will premiere at a new date and time to be determined later, a spokesperson for the Discovery Channel said. As the Valley Sun reported last week, the episode of Discovery’s “Kidnap and Rescue” series was set to feature stuntman and former bodyguard Ty Ritter and his nonprofit Project Child Save. Under the nonprofit’s umbrella, Ritter and members of his board are able to raise funds — often in and around La Cañada Flintridge — to support rescue missions around the globe.
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By Erica Row | August 14, 2008
You don?t really hear much about stuntmen these days. However, there was a time when stuntmen received Oscars, were leading men in society, and were acknowledged by the film industry. Loren Janes, whose photographs are now up on display at Penelope?s in La Cañada, was a leading pioneer of that Golden Age. ?This is my first time ever doing something like this. My wife and I come [to Penelope?s] a lot, and one day I gave a picture to the lady that owns this place. She called a couple weeks later and asked if I had some more to put on display here, instead of the usual paintings,?
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