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  • The Valley Line: Basketball game entertains Happy Hour crowd

    The Valley Line: Basketball game entertains Happy Hour crowd
    The dark clouds that threatened rain all day last Friday were held at bay, allowing some 65 people to remain dry and comfortably conversational atLa Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association’s monthly “Happy Hour” evening....
  • The Valley Line: Fun at theTofR Happy Hour

    It has been pretty darn muggy around here lately. It felt more like being in the state of Virginia than California. The weather people promise that it will get better — I certainly hope so. *** The expansive and beautiful backyard of Judy and...
  • Floaters partake in Happy Hour

    The La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association’s first Happy Hour of the year was hosted by Lanterman House Museum. More than 40 intrepid floaters sipped beverages and glanced at Lanterman’s display of items evoking memories of the...
  • The Valley Line: Dominigo stars in a night at the opera

    The Valley Line: Dominigo stars in a night at the opera
    It's hard to believe, but the first day of spring, March 20, is nearly here. We have already sprung an hour ahead and we are now thankfully into daylight saving time. I love having the sun shine later into the evening. An afternoon performance of...
  • The Valley Line: 'Dinners from the Heart' help raise funds

    The Valley Line: 'Dinners from the Heart' help raise funds
    Residents of our valley joined their hearts and hands for a fundraising dining-out adventure called “Dinners from the Heart” in support of Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services. More than 400 community members, neighbors and friends...
  • The Valley Line: Summer's a time for art and Rose Parade 'floaters'

    The Valley Line: Summer's a time for art and Rose Parade 'floaters'
    Summer is humming lazily along in its happy way. I’ve been enjoying the soft rhythm as the days and evenings unfold. The only thing that would make summer better would be if we had lightnin’ bugs that flitted by with their tiny illuminations...
  • The Valley Line: Happy Hour rocks while Marvin Pops

    No priorities were misplaced recently when Meredith and Tom Reynolds hosted the La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn. July Happy Hour. In fact, nearly 80 people placed this event at the top of their social calendar. It was unseasonably balmy...
  • School district leaders promise to listen as curriculum meetings start

    Palm Beach County high school teacher Jane Kirkland on Monday issued a stinging attack on the school district's controversial academic initiatives. "There is a lot of money being thrown away that should go back in the classroom," said Kirkland, of John...
  • More on School Super's Pay

     
    I???ll give Broward Schools Superintendent Jim Notter credit for this: Earlier this year, he tried to do the right thing. Or at least the PR-savvy thing. In a tight budget year, he knew it wouldn???t look good for the head......
  • Scarred by school violence

    A teenage jock, gunned down at a Lake Worth school, forgave the shooter but found no justice in the legal system. An assistant principal, shot at by a student, never returned to the Fort Lauderdale school again. The father of a Miami-Dade student killed...
  • Weapons seized in Palm Beach County schools over the past four years

    Three guns were seized on Broward County school campuses over the past week, one used in a homicide, another confiscated from an 8-year-old. Tuesday, three elementary school pupils were caught with BB guns, two at Miramar Elementary School alone....