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For nearly 60 years, The La Caņada Thursday Club has sponsored young women from our community in the "Bal Blanc de Noel" presentation of Les Fleurettes debutantes. This year, the Thursday Club will present 11 young women to society at a black-tie gala...
In an intersectional matchup with Venice High that was predicted to be a shootout, the most potent weapon in the St. Francis football team's arsenal turned out to be a fire extinguisher. Setting a tone of defensive dominance from the first quarter,...
John Dean called the other day to share a memory. He's an old friend who retired nine years ago as superintendent of Orange County schools. He now holds the title of emeritus, from which he draws on his long experience to serve as a consultant. As...
Tags: Elections, Diplomacy, John Adams, Henry Clay, James Gray
Special to the TribuneMaybe it was during the surprise storm in New York City. Or earlier, during the growing light of dawn in Xenia, Ohio. Or on a cold afternoon outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Somewhere along the line, I realized that, in chasing the ghost of...
Tags: Elections, Revolutions, Civil Unrest, Weather, History
The Costa Mesa-based Orange County Department of Education on Tuesday released the names of two dozen schools that have adequately measured up to the Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, a statewide competition that tries to get students...
The Swampby Mark Silva Out on the grass mall where protesters have camped, marched and clashed, thousands of poetry- prose- and history-lovers huddled under tents shielding them from a steady, cold drizzle, reminded by a best-selling Iranian writer and freshly...
Culture MonsterIn August, Pee-wee Herman, a.k.a. Paul Reubens, announced that he would return to the spotlight in a re-conceived version of his '80s stage production "The Pee-wee Herman Show" at the Music Box @ Fonda. Now the eternal man-child has announced......
The Swampby Mark Silva Apparently, the White House is minding its own bee's wax lately. In the gardens of the South Lawn, which has hosted a hive of activity since the new first family moved in, working bees are turning out......
The Hero Complex2010 PREVIEW: "BLOOD OATH" Through the end of the year we will be previewing some of the intriguing releases scheduled for 2010. We'll look at films, television shows and comics, but today, it's "Blood Oath," the debut novel from Los......
Culture MonsterThe Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn. has announced that a $25,000 donation is being made by the association, the orchestra's musicians and music director Gustavo Dudamel, and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet to help the Nashville Symphony recover from the...
Postcards from FloridaFestivals, hotels, restaurants and attractions are the highlights of what the Panhandle area calls its “secret season.â The Pensacola tourist folks aren't keeping the fall activities a secret, though. Here's a generous list of options: Fall...
Change of SubjectMy head almost exploded when I read Lose a tooth, make a mint? by Jessica Bliss of the Nashville Tennessean (reprinted in this morning's Sun-Times) Back in the good ol' days (by which we mean the '80s), a quarter was......
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