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By Olivia Smith | July 16, 2009
The Jack Lantz Big Band performed last Sunday in Memorial Park, drawing a crowd of about 200 people despite an enervating summer heat wave. The band, which plays jazz, swing and big band sounds, has performed at weddings as well as public functions and has performed once a month at a lounge in Pasadena. St. Bede School teacher Moira Arjani and her daughter, another St. Bede teacher, Jennifer Valencia, were enjoying the music with friends and family. ?I?m going to bring my fourth grade class here in two weeks,?
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July 1, 2004
A lost hiker crossed paths with members of the rescue team searching for him Sunday in Angeles National Forest, authorities said. Acting on information provided by the missing hiker's wife, members of the Montrose Search and Rescue Team fanned out on the trails near Buckhorn Campground, said John McKently, operations leader for the search and rescue team. McKently and another team member saw a man hiking off one of the trails and learned that he was the person they were looking for after asking his name, McKently said.
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By Anita S. Brenner | March 5, 2014
Winter will soon be behind us and spring will come. All over town, restaurateurs and mixologists are planning for their spring comeback. My first choice for a good meal is Café Sole, because the new owners, Salvatore and Alessandra Attanasio are lovely and the new menu is top notch. Salvatore bakes fresh bread several times a day. Sporadic specials include osso buco, Italian meatloaf and wonderful pastas. Great service. The Flintridge Proper introduced a daily Happy Hour, launched four new spring cocktails and posted most of the recipes online at www.theproper.com.
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By CARY ORDWAY | August 6, 2009
Just northeast of California?s Gold Country, the roadways heading toward Lake Tahoe reveal a wonderland of outdoor scenery and recreational opportunities. Closed to cross-mountain travel in winter, Highway 4 opens in summer to connect with Highway 89. This route will take you from Angel?s Camp through the charming town of Murphys, right by Calaveras Big Trees State Park, the recreation-oriented town of Arnold and then up through heavily wooded mountain areas where you?ll find Bear Valley Ski Area, Markleeville and then another world of recreational possibilities in Hope Valley.
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By Olivia Smith | July 16, 2009
The Jack Lantz Big Band performed last Sunday in Memorial Park, drawing a crowd of about 200 people despite an enervating summer heat wave. The band, which plays jazz, swing and big band sounds, has performed at weddings as well as public functions and has performed once a month at a lounge in Pasadena. St. Bede School teacher Moira Arjani and her daughter, another St. Bede teacher, Jennifer Valencia, were enjoying the music with friends and family. ?I?m going to bring my fourth grade class here in two weeks,?
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