People Making the News

Villanova University named the following students from La Cañada to the dean’s list for the fall 2011 semester: Alexis Budzyn, enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Samara Cahill, enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Brittany Ek, enrolled in the Villanova School of Business. Villanova University dean’s list recipients […]

City Council Upholds School Project Appeal

By Ted AYALA The struggle for the Chamlian School’s gymnasium project in La Crescenta spilled over into the Glendale City Council on Tuesday. Chamlian’s project has inspired pointed debate between the school’s students and parents and local residents bordering the school. The project, a 9,345 square foot, 35-foot tall gymnasium that would be built on […]

Share Your Uniqueness

Destiny is not a matter of chance, but of choice. Not something to wish for, but to attain.”  William Jennings Bryan What is your destiny? Or should I ask, what have you decided for your business this year? It is still early enough in the year to develop a successful marketing strategy and attain your […]

Moreton Bay battle

By Mary O’KEEFE It appears that efforts to save the Moreton Bay Fig tree have failed. The Foothill Boulevard icon, which has been at the center of a community effort to thwart plans for its destruction, was being cut down on Friday despite reported assurances from the property owner to town officials that it would […]

The year in review

The Crescenta Valley Weekly recently celebrated its one-year anniversary and I must say Robin Goldsworthy and her staff sure know how to throw a great party. It gave me pause to review the articles written here this past year. I thought you might enjoy this trip down memory lane and that you may be inspired […]

Hanging up our lederhosen

Another year and another Oktoberfest whirled by. We’ve all been anticipating it so much that it’s hard to believe it has already come and gone. There was some fear that the weather would not cooperate with us at first. There was some rain in the morning that caught us all off guard but that soon […]

St. Luke’s of the Mountains blesses the animals

Last Sunday, Oct. 3, St. Luke’s of the Mountains Episcopal Church hosted its first ever Blessing of the Animals ceremony on its patio reception area. St. Luke’s congregation, which will celebrate its first year anniversary in about two weeks, celebrated the Feast of St. Francis by blessing household pets that were invited to church. In […]

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BOOKSTORE HOSTS AFTERNOON OF POETRY, MUSIC AND MORE Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse in La Cañada is hosting Writing the Body, an afternoon of poetry, art and music presented by Poets on Site. Poets on Site is an on going cooperative writing and performance group created in Pasadena by Kathabela Wilson in 2008. The event takes […]

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