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The Wind in my Face

The Wind in my Face

What an absolutely amazing weekend!
I, like so many in the Crescenta Valley, had my fill on Sunday taking part in the annual Taste of Montrose. The event benefitted CVHS Prom Plus which hosts an after prom event at the YMCA. The cost to put on Prom Plus is more than $20,000 and Taste of Montrose [...]

Getting my German on

Getting my German on

This weather has been nuts! First I’m baking and begging for the air conditioning to be kept on, then Monday night I turned on the heat. Thankfully, there was very little weather-related schizophrenia on Saturday during the annual Oktoberfest in Montrose.
I’m active in an organization at Crescenta Valley High School called Prom Plus. Prom Plus [...]

Oh, how time flies

Oh, how time flies

This week marks the one year anniversary of the Crescenta Valley Weekly. Let me say that this past year has flown by.
For those who don’t know, the CV Weekly was born of the ashes of the Crescenta Valley Sun, a noble undertaking purchased by the Los Angeles Times and subsequently closed down like the Leader [...]

Finding time to relax

Finding time  to relax

We are a busy people.
Whether for work or play, it seems that every minute is scheduled or filled with something that just has to get done. I used to take comfort that in my retirement I would finally have the chance to do nothing. I asked my mother-in-law about this, thinking she spends her days [...]

“Reminiscing” about the weekend

“Reminiscing” about the weekend

From the desk of the publisher
by Robin Goldsworthy
This past weekend was sweltering! I don’t look forward to seeing my next electric bill as we had the air on for most of the two days. I even went for a swim in our pool, something I generally don’t do because the water is generally too [...]

Filling those lazy days of summer

Filling those lazy days of summer

We’re barely into summer and friends of mine with school-aged children are already hearing those dreaded words: I’m bored.
These are the same children who, not a week ago, were doing the happy dance that school was out! Summer’s here! I can sleep in!
Now it’s, “There’s nothing to do,” and “Can you take me to [fill [...]

Gearing up for fireworks

Gearing up for fireworks

From the desk of the publisher, Robin Goldsworthy
Let’s face it – few things say “celebration” like fireworks. And fewer still capture the celebratory spirit of our country’s independence like a good old-fashioned fireworks show.
We’re so lucky here in the Crescenta Valley. Not only do we have a dynamic fireworks show, but a carnival too [...]

Thinking of and thanking our departing school staff

Thinking of and thanking our departing school staff

From the desk of the publisher
By Robin Goldsworthy
As we approach the end of the school year, which for some has already arrived, it’s with a bit of melancholy that I reflect on those changes that are taking place within our district.
While the teachers union and the school board battle it out, debating what constitutes [...]

Fifty and still counting

Fifty and still counting

From the desk of the publisher
Robin GOLDSWORTHY
What a wonderful Memorial Day weekend we’re expecting! The weather is supposed to be gorgeous – perfect for barbecues and outside dining. But as much as I plan on enjoying this California weekend, I’m going to be a little melancholy, too.
This Sunday, May 30 is my 50th birthday and [...]

Sitting on (wet) pins and needles

Sitting on (wet) pins and needles

Usually I write this column on Monday morning, reflecting on activities enjoyed over the weekend or plans for the near future. However, when the weather forecasts began informing us of the major weather coming our way, I waited until the last minute (in this case 5:05 p.m. Wednesday afternoon) to sit down at the keyboard.
Excuse [...]


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