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By Megan O’Neil | December 12, 2009
It all started with an impromptu unicycle ride. La Cañada resident Scott Comstock and his son, Carter, were hanging out at Memorial Park when they spotted a man cruising on a single wheel. The two Comstocks asked to take a turn. Scott, who had learned to ride a unicycle years before, zipped around with finesse. Carter could barely remain upright. He was smitten, nevertheless, and asked for one for Christmas. The unicycle proved difficult for the La Cañada High School 7/8 student to master.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 2008
? Ten Years Ago Despite a nationwide fever for the hit film ?Titanic,? fewer than two dozen copies of the movie?s video sold at a midnight promotion held in conjunction with its release at the Blockbuster video store in the Trade Joe?s shopping center on Foothill Boulevard at Gould Avenue. Happy with his experience, though, was 11-year-old Jerry Walsh, who told a reporter it felt ?good? to be the first in line to make the late night $27.05 purchase while his mom waited nearby in her car. ?
ENTERTAINMENT
July 5, 2007
One Colorado and the Armory Center for the Arts are ready to celebrate the summer with the acclaimed children's series Kids in the Courtyard , which consists of participatory, live performances followed by art workshops led by the Armory Center for the Arts, Thursdays in July at 11 a.m. in the One Colorado Courtyard. All performances and activities take place under the big umbrellas in the Courtyard on Colorado Boulevard between Fair Oaks and DeLacey in Pasadena, and are free and open to the public.
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By Joe Puglia | October 4, 2012
Throughout life my allegiances have varied. I've gone from the Yankees, to the Mets, to the Dayton Flyers, and back to the Yankees. Since my daughter, Sabine, began high school, I've become a Spartan, a true blue fan of La Cañada. Last Saturday I attended the Booster Fest. The Boosters are the die-hard supporters of the activities programs at La Cañada High.  We were there for the kids. I've always been an academician, but students' involvement in extracurricular activities is what they remember about their formative years.
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By Megan O’Neil | December 12, 2009
It all started with an impromptu unicycle ride. La Cañada resident Scott Comstock and his son, Carter, were hanging out at Memorial Park when they spotted a man cruising on a single wheel. The two Comstocks asked to take a turn. Scott, who had learned to ride a unicycle years before, zipped around with finesse. Carter could barely remain upright. He was smitten, nevertheless, and asked for one for Christmas. The unicycle proved difficult for the La Cañada High School 7/8 student to master.
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