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  • GFWC Woman's Club marks century of building 'our ideal Westminster'

    When the Woman's Club of Westminster recently unveiled its 2011 holiday ornament, I pondered that this creative fundraising idea is just one more example of the ways the club has supported our community over the years. For the past eight years, the...
  • City Lights: Dust off those tomes for children

    I was sorting through my bookcase the other week and deciding which ones to keep or donate, and I came to a disquieting realization: Probably a good half of the books I loved growing up are now out of print. I had an eclectic library, ranging from...
  • How to be a great agent

    Last week we discussed the hyper-competitive world of sports agentry and what qualities it takes to be successful. It is critical to have a great heart and true compassion for the welfare of athletes. It is critical to keep the concept of being a...
  • 11/8/2011-Andy Rooney

    11/8/2011-Andy Rooney
    Andy Rooney is my TV roll model, and he will be for the rest of my life. He joins the list of my other late, great roll models: Dr. Seuss, Sparky Schulz, Bill Mauldin, Doug Marlette, Jeff MacNelly, Tibor Gergely, H.A. Rey, Norman Rockwell, John Steinbeck,...
  • Oobleck: green slime from the mind of Dr. Seuss

    Oobleck: green slime from the mind of Dr. Seuss
    Oobleck has to be one of the oddest outgrowths of literature I've ever seen, but the green slime looks like a blast to make in the kitchen. The Instructables website says Oobleck is "a non-newtonian fluid. That is, it acts like a liquid when being...
  • On Theater: 'Seussical' cast brings Seuss' world to live

    South Coast Repertory's Summer Players, the cream of the theater's conservatory crop, are the professional actors of tomorrow and, judging by their marvelous production of "Seussical," tomorrow may not be too far away. These are actors from 9 to 22 years...
  • 10 things you might not know about lists

    Last week, former Chicagoan Fidel Urbina was added to a list that you don't want to be on: the FBI's 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list. Meanwhile, two suspicious characters at the Tribune joined a more attractive list -- as e-book authors. Jacob and...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: A shallow victory

    Holy smokes!  La Cañada did pretty good on the standardized tests as reported by the California Department of Education.  Traditionally, La Cañada Unified is a superstar when it comes to achievement tests.  This is a credit to our teachers, support staff,...
  • Five kids books for Passover

    Five kids books for Passover
    Perhaps more than any other Jewish festival, Passover is about telling stories. At the Seder, or ceremonial dinner, that takes place Monday on the first night of the holiday, Jews around the world will retell the biblical tale of the Israelites' escape...
  • Maryland Republican Party must heal its rift

    March has been a rough month for Maryland Republicans. In Annapolis, they watched helplessly as Democrats worked their way through an ambitious ideological wish list that includes new taxes and spending, death penalty repeal, Second Amendment...
  • Biblioracle: A real fool for poetry

    Biblioracle: A real fool for poetry
    Tomorrow is my least favorite minor holiday, April Fools' Day. The Internet tells me that the origin of April 1 being a day for this sort of so-called merriment may be Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales," a book-length collection of stories written in...