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By KIMBERLIE AKARIAN | September 4, 2008
As a child, teenager and young woman, I recall gazing into the sky and feeling like something was missing from my life. It literally felt as if there was a hole that needed to be filled. As a young adult, before rededicating my life to Christ, I used to try to fill that void with relationships and even the party scene. That was before the Lord got a hold of my life at 20 and drastically changed the way I lived, felt and conducted my choices. That was a season when the emptiness I had was altered.
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By Joe Puglia | May 16, 2013
In 1963 I was the messenger boy for Arthur Sulzberger, the publisher of the New York Times. I bicycled throughout Manhattan running messages and packages, and prosecuting Sulzberger's will. On any given day he would introduce me to the political elite of America. Regardless of whom I met, I always had lunch with Alban Vasquez. Alban was the bookbinder for the Times. He had a unique philosophy expressed in an inscription hanging on the wall in the workroom: “What is the use of living, if it be not to strive for noble causes and to make this muddled world a better place for those who will live in it after we are gone?
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By Gabriel Rizk | August 30, 2007
Despite losing several of last year?s major contributors, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team still figures to remain the top squad in the area this year, and a legitimate contender for a CIF title. Graduates Julie Herrera, Ally Crea, Tina Orlandini and Diane Slaught ? as well as senior middle blocker Ali Anderson, who did not return to the team ? are gone from the group that advanced to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division II-A playoffs last year.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | July 25, 2011
There's a new plant covering the hills and trails above La Cañada Flintridge with fields of gorgeous lavender flowers that have sprouted up in the void left by the 2009 Station fire. But be careful to look, not touch, because this plant, the Poodle Dog Bush, can cause an itchy, burning rash much like poison oak. Bart O'Brien, director of Special Projects at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Gardens, said that the Poodle Dog Bush, Eriodictyon Parryi (also known as Turricula Parryi) tends to grow in abundance after a major fire or other event that disturbs the soil.
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By Seth Amitin | February 26, 2009
Edmond Chow got the final shot of the game and when it didn?t sink, he made no excuses. ?I thought I had it, but I turned my wrist a little to the left and missed it,? Chow said. Chow, who had 19 points on the night, missed a buzzer-beating three-pointer as time expired in their match against Cantwell Sacred Heart and the Rebels boys? basketball team lost Friday night, 71-69, in the second round of CIF Division VAA playoffs. It was a heartbreaker for everyone around. ?
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By Jack Scott State Senator Senate District 21 | June 14, 2007
Recently, when the New England Journal of Medicine announced that the diabetes drug Avandia could substantially increase the risk of heart attacks and deaths, the news caused a flurry of headlines and renewed calls for drug manufacturers to publicly disclose the results of clinical drug studies. This is just the latest drug crisis in a series of crises. That's why the consumer group CALPIRG is joining me in calling for improving drug safety by requiring all drug testing reports to be made available to the public.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 26, 2006
Conversation is an important art that can be used in connecting with others. Small talk is something that occurs with casual acquaintances and strangers in everyday situation or in formal situations. Here are some tips so that you will feel comfortable and will be able to make the other person comfortable. Be interested in others with an exchange of thoughts and feelings, not just ideas and words. Be a good listener with the eyes and the heart! Look a person straight in the eye, about 80% of the time during conversations.
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By Dawn Steele | May 25, 2006
The sixties swept the nation and our youth recreated for themselves their own way of thinking and believing. Sexual freedom, emancipation, individualism and void of traditional and social expectations, the country was in movement. David Keepish was drawn in, seduced by the rapid disconnection from the norms of American "life" and while he was not part of the youth, in fact not even close, this middle aged professor left his wife and son to join the new and exuberant culture. He justified his "escape" by and with his own incredible intellect backed by agreeing remark from Yeats and his late night soul defining discoveries by the lure of Haden's music.
SPORTS
July 9, 2009
COACH OF THE YEAR Sean Beattie, Flintridge Prep After losing several major players to graduation, guided fourth-seeded Rebels to CIF Southern Section Division V semifinals for second time in past three years. Rebels went 20-6 and placed second in Prep League. ? First Team Edmund Chow, Flintridge Prep, Senior, Libero Registered 244 digs, 35 kills and 18 aces. Selected to All-Prep League second team and helped Rebels advance to CIF Southern Section Division V semifinals.
NEWS
August 25, 2005
April 14, 1921 - August 17, 2005 Bob Horwath left this world August 17, 2005, with many of his children and his wife by his side. Born in 1921, he was raised in Arizona, joined the Navy to serve his country during WWII and found the love of his life while on furlough in Boston, Mass. Married in Boston, he and his new bride, Loretta, honeymooned their way across the U.S. to California to start and raise their family. The Horwath family moved to La Cañada in 1955 and have been members of St. Bede's Catholic Parish for the last 50 years.
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By Joe Puglia | May 16, 2013
In 1963 I was the messenger boy for Arthur Sulzberger, the publisher of the New York Times. I bicycled throughout Manhattan running messages and packages, and prosecuting Sulzberger's will. On any given day he would introduce me to the political elite of America. Regardless of whom I met, I always had lunch with Alban Vasquez. Alban was the bookbinder for the Times. He had a unique philosophy expressed in an inscription hanging on the wall in the workroom: “What is the use of living, if it be not to strive for noble causes and to make this muddled world a better place for those who will live in it after we are gone?
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By KIMBERLIE AKARIAN | September 4, 2008
As a child, teenager and young woman, I recall gazing into the sky and feeling like something was missing from my life. It literally felt as if there was a hole that needed to be filled. As a young adult, before rededicating my life to Christ, I used to try to fill that void with relationships and even the party scene. That was before the Lord got a hold of my life at 20 and drastically changed the way I lived, felt and conducted my choices. That was a season when the emptiness I had was altered.
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