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April 12, 2007
Summer is coming up fast, and every year parents spend massive amounts of time finding ways to entertain and enrich their children between school sessions. PlanetBravo's Techno-tainment Camp has been a popular choice for children in west Los Angeles for the past several years, and now it has come to La Cañada Flintridge. This unique camp teaches students a variety of exciting technology skills such as video game creation, Web design, robotics, Hollywood movie production, and podcasting, to name a few. Camp mixes these important lessons with fun indoor and outdoor activities such as karaoke, Ultimate Frisbee, Capture the Flag — and its own signature game — 9-square.
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By Ruth Longoria | August 13, 2009
In addition to engaging in scholarly, sports and normal teen activities, this week?s Valley Sun All Star is intent on saving the planet and is known for her contagious smile, her teacher said. Sierra Katow, who this fall will be a sophomore at La Cañada High School, is involved in a host of activities at the school and a member of the city of La Cañada Flintridge?s Youth Council. But, one of her proudest accomplishments, to date, is a Web page she created called Ecotopians.com.
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By Andrew Shortall | June 10, 2010
The sun pierced through the windows of La Cañada High's library on a recent afternoon, forcing a group of panelists to don sunglasses. Long after most students had gone home, La Cañada High School 9/12's library opened its doors June 2 for a seminar on social networking. "Little did we know, the future is so bright we'd have to wear shades," panelist Lindsay Bozzani joked. The event included a number of tech-savvy speakers, including Kathy Hernandez, Cater Lee, Jamie Lewsadder, Nick Loui and Lisa Singelyn.
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March 5, 2009
LCHS annual art show is tonight The La Cañada High School Art Department presents its annual art show “A Sneak Preview” and fundraiser from 6 to 9 p.m. March 5 in the main auditorium. Works of art featured include oil paintings, pencil, charcoal, ceramics and fashion. Admission at the door is $5 per person, and LCHS students with a student ID will be admitted at no charge. Buy a $1 raffle ticket and win a chance at four tickets to Disneyland, plus parking.
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By Scott Tracy, LCUSD Governing Board President | March 15, 2007
In a companion column in this month's District newsletter, Superintendent Jim Stratton shares with the community a number of new programs, expanded learning opportunities and strengthened resources that the District has introduced to provide academic and emotional support for our students. If you have not seen the superintendent's column, I strongly encourage you to go to www.lcusd.net and click on the 'District Newsletter' icon at the top of the page. I believe you will be inspired and pleased with the progress being made at our schools under Jim's leadership.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 21, 2005
"May I anoint you?" asked the owner of a little perfume shop on Newberry Street in Boston. Sarah Horowitz, a freshman at Emerson College, nodded in agreement and thus began her love affair with the mysteries of blending essential perfume oils. Last week I wrote about the visit I made with my daughter, Gretchen, to Sarah Horowitz-Thran's company headquarters. We met in the fragrance journey room where Sarah blends custom scents for private clients. Sarah's private clients pay $500 for the privilege of consulting with a master in perfume design.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2007
EVENTS — Friday, Feb. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Tanja Diezman and Tobias Gremmier, co-founders of the German graphic design company pReview Digital Design, will present various design applications — from mobile phone interfaces, TV and Web design to LED billboards and media events — in their presentation titled "Dynamic Design." All Toyota Lectures are open and free to the public. Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles Times Media Center Hillside Campus, 1700 Lida Street, Pasadena.
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April 12, 2007
Summer is coming up fast, and every year parents spend massive amounts of time finding ways to entertain and enrich their children between school sessions. PlanetBravo's Techno-tainment Camp has been a popular choice for children in west Los Angeles for the past several years, and now it has come to La Cañada Flintridge. This unique camp teaches students a variety of exciting technology skills such as video game creation, Web design, robotics, Hollywood movie production, and podcasting, to name a few. Camp mixes these important lessons with fun indoor and outdoor activities such as karaoke, Ultimate Frisbee, Capture the Flag — and its own signature game — 9-square.
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