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July 28, 2005
It is very seldom that I write anything in the first person. I figure I am about as captivating as a dish towel, and try to keep myself out of the read as frequently as possible. However, once in awhile I am so moved by something that I just have to put myself into the mix. The Foothill Summer Theatre, run with passion by Linda Johnson, presented the program at our Kiwanis meeting last week. A scene from their current production of Sweeney Todd was performed by Scott Hurst Jr., who plays Sweeney Todd, James Fowler, who plays Judge Turpin, and AJ Blumenfeld, who plays Tobias.
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By Jane Napier Neely | November 11, 2010
It was so delightful to wake up on Monday morning to see and smell such a freshly scrubbed world. The teeny bit of rainfall sometime between midnight on Sunday and 6 a.m. on Monday made such a difference in the way the neighborhood looked. I was a little bit sad in a way because just that tiny bit of moisture erased most of the chalk paintings that my grandchildren had left for me in the side patio. My grandkids Catherine, who turned 7 on Monday and Ryan who just turned 4 in October, came to visit me from their Palo Alto home.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 21, 2008
AUDITIONS Glendale Community College Theatre — Sept. 3 and 4. “Savage in Limbo,” by John Patrick Shanley, and William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” will be held in the Auditorium Studio Theatre from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Call backs are on Sept. 5. Those auditioning should read the plays and prepare a one-minute contemporary monologue for “Savage in Limbo.” A one-minute classical monologue should be prepared for “Macbeth.
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By MEGAN O’NEIL | November 26, 2009
An already stressful undertaking for high school seniors — the rigorous college application process — has intensified this year with news of tuition hikes and class cutbacks throughout college and university systems. Students are forging ahead, but the higher education climate is radically changed from even one year ago. Applications for the University of California and the California State University are due on Monday. Early decision deadlines for private colleges and universities are also in the fall, making it the busiest time of year for seniors, their parents and the college counselors who try and help them make sense of it all. La Cañada High School senior Zoe Kumugai, who plays the double bass and plans on majoring in music, said applying to college is like having a part-time job. “It is definitely a big stress factor,” Kumugai said.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 2006
Novices can learn to make beautiful flower arrangements during a beginner's course offered at Descanso Gardens by Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC.) The non-credit class, Floral Design 1, will meet from 6 to 10 p.m. Tues., Aug. 29 through Dec. 12. Instructor Ray Tucker will teach the principles and application of floral design. Topics include form, style and composition. Design of floral arrangements, wreaths, sprays, baskets, bouquets, wedding flowers and corsages is included in the labs.
NEWS
June 8, 2006
St. Francis High School in La Cañada Flintridge will offer a variety of enrichment and remedial classes, as well as sports camps and physical activities as part of their summer school program. Summer session begins on Wednesday, June 21 and operates daily through Tuesday, July 25. There will be no classes on Monday and Tuesday, July 3rd and 4th. Full year courses are planned in art, biology, chemistry, English and geometry . Classes are co-educational and open to high school and junior high school students.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 30, 2009
A Noise Within, a classical repertory theater company, announces acting and production internships for the fall season. The program, which runs from Aug. 24 to Dec. 20, is open to all aspiring professional artists but geared toward actors looking for classical training to jump start a professional career or to prepare for graduate work in theater. Acting interns perform, understudy, and crew during the company?s fall season as they simultaneously undergo more than 100 hours of intensive acting and technical training with A Noise Within?
FEATURES
May 24, 2007
La Cañada United Methodist Church has recently added to its 10:30 a.m. worship band bassist Nate Light. Light is among a rank of few bass players equally adept at both the acoustic upright bass and the electric bass guitar. Light currently freelances throughout the greater Los Angeles area. He has performed with the Fenians, Danny Dean & the Homewreckers, Rich Little, Joel Gray, Das Klown, Hed P.E. and Jack Maness (formerly of Sublime & the Long Beach Dub All Stars). Light attended the University of Miami School of Music on a full tuition scholarship.
NEWS
May 31, 2007
St. Francis High School, 200 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada Flintridge will offer a variety of enrichment and remedial classes, as well as sports camps and physical activities as part of their summer school program. Summer session begins on Monday, June 25 and runs through Friday, July 27. there will be no classes on Wednesday, July 4. Full year courses are planned in art, biology, chemistry, English and geometry. Classes are coeducational and open to high school and junior high school students.
FEATURES
June 1, 2006
Eleven local women will be awarded college tuition assistance by the College Women's Club of Pasadena. The scholarship and fellowship recipients will be introduced to members at the Club's luncheon meeting on June 6. Graduate Student Fellowship recipients are Jeanette Lantz at Fuller Theological Seminary, Jennaba Laska and Verginia Sin at the Art Center College of Design. Scholarships are awarded to women who have completed at least two years of college. This year's recipients are Blanca Yolanda Martinez and Anita Ibarra at East Los Angeles College; Jessica Gonzalez at California Institute of Technology; Narjis Hyder, Cheryl Li and Frances Dorantes of Pasadena Community College and Verzhine Trdatyan and Tatevik Garilyan of Glendale Community College.
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By Jane Napier Neely | November 11, 2010
It was so delightful to wake up on Monday morning to see and smell such a freshly scrubbed world. The teeny bit of rainfall sometime between midnight on Sunday and 6 a.m. on Monday made such a difference in the way the neighborhood looked. I was a little bit sad in a way because just that tiny bit of moisture erased most of the chalk paintings that my grandchildren had left for me in the side patio. My grandkids Catherine, who turned 7 on Monday and Ryan who just turned 4 in October, came to visit me from their Palo Alto home.
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By MEGAN O’NEIL | November 26, 2009
An already stressful undertaking for high school seniors — the rigorous college application process — has intensified this year with news of tuition hikes and class cutbacks throughout college and university systems. Students are forging ahead, but the higher education climate is radically changed from even one year ago. Applications for the University of California and the California State University are due on Monday. Early decision deadlines for private colleges and universities are also in the fall, making it the busiest time of year for seniors, their parents and the college counselors who try and help them make sense of it all. La Cañada High School senior Zoe Kumugai, who plays the double bass and plans on majoring in music, said applying to college is like having a part-time job. “It is definitely a big stress factor,” Kumugai said.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 21, 2008
AUDITIONS Glendale Community College Theatre — Sept. 3 and 4. “Savage in Limbo,” by John Patrick Shanley, and William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” will be held in the Auditorium Studio Theatre from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Call backs are on Sept. 5. Those auditioning should read the plays and prepare a one-minute contemporary monologue for “Savage in Limbo.” A one-minute classical monologue should be prepared for “Macbeth.
NEWS
July 28, 2005
It is very seldom that I write anything in the first person. I figure I am about as captivating as a dish towel, and try to keep myself out of the read as frequently as possible. However, once in awhile I am so moved by something that I just have to put myself into the mix. The Foothill Summer Theatre, run with passion by Linda Johnson, presented the program at our Kiwanis meeting last week. A scene from their current production of Sweeney Todd was performed by Scott Hurst Jr., who plays Sweeney Todd, James Fowler, who plays Judge Turpin, and AJ Blumenfeld, who plays Tobias.
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