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Clint Eastwood & Chair in La Cañada

Clint Eastwood & Chair in La Cañada
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Just when the jokes about Clint Eastwood and the empty chair started to be replaced by jokes about Bill Clinton’s verbosity, many of us who travel the 2 Freeway in the La Cañada/Glendale area are taking in a visual version of the joke every day. A few days ago, morning commuters used to seeing the […]

Home & Garden—A Personal Touch

Home & Garden—A Personal Touch

Julie O’Keefe says she wanted her shop Julie O’Keefe’s Home & Garden in La Canada to feel like walking into someone’s home—only more decorated. Having been in retail since her first job when she was 16 years old, Julie has had her hand in this particular business for seventeen years. Many people may remember it […]

Our Wild Wind Event: Updated All Day

Our Wild Wind Event: Updated All Day

The Pasadena and Foothills area was slammed by winds overnight and daybreak delivered the expected mayhem – power outages, fallen trees, downed power lines and structure fires… and there’s more coming tonight. Make yourself another cup of coffee and do the city a favor—stay off the streets today. All local schools are closed; see list […]

Taco Deli

Taco Deli

The delights of modest little Taco Deli, a bright takeout place in a La Canada strip mall, range from warming soups to gut-busting tortilla-based dishes, but the overall emphasis is on light, fresh healthy food from Mexico and Central America that tastes great and is prepared with a smile. I eat here at least once […]

Free Summer Concerts: The Roster

Free Summer Concerts: The Roster

We’ve entered the dog days of summer, which means three more weeks of free summer concerts. The San Gabriel Valley is packed with ’em; here’s the roster. See you on the green! Altadena Every Saturday, 7 p.m. Farnsworth Park, 568 E Mt. Curve Ave. Aug 13th Lisa Haley & the Zydekats (Zydeco) Aug 20th The […]

Shakespeare’s Summer Festival

Shakespeare’s Summer Festival

A Shakespeare festival in… La Cañada? At a Catholic girls’ high school? Sure, why not! This summer Vanguard Repertory Company is staging the La Cañada Flintridge Shakespeare’s Summer Festival, and they’ve rented the spectacular, view-rich Flintridge Sacred Heart campus for the duration. This year brings three productions, two of which are world premieres developed by Vanguard Rep. […]

La Cañada Home Tour

La Cañada Home Tour

Haven’t yet had your fill of touring the most beautiful homes and gardens? Then this Friday, May 6, you can take in the 25th Annual La Cañada High Home Tour, which raises funds for the 7/8 PTA. This year’s tour is comprised of 4 beautiful homes, (we can vouch for the one we’ve visited before) including a 1926 Spanish […]

Showcase Goes English

Showcase Goes English

If there’s a place in America more obsessed with its homes than Pasadena, we don’t know it. That’s why a few generations of women who want to support music education have been able to make millions by running an annual event called the Showcase House, which returns on April 17th for the 63rd time. A […]

La Cañada Goes Mad

La Cañada Goes Mad

In a manner of speaking, that is. Saturday brings the March Madness Sale to Foothill Boulevard, and the merchants are promising a lot of bargains. They’ll be moving the goods out onto the sidewalk, and there might even be some snacks involved. The event will run all the way from the Apple Cart on the […]

La Cañada Flintridge

La Cañada Flintridge

We Moved Here for the Schools… The Facts What It Is: An 8.5-square-mile city thirteen miles northeast of downtown L.A., stretching along the San Gabriels and bordered by Glendale to the south, La Crescenta to the west, and Altadena and Pasadena to the east Population: 21,555 Ethnic Diversity: There must be a minority somewhere around […]

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