La Cañada Flintridge voters who showed up at the polls in last week’s statewide primary election helped Republican John Cox make the top-two-candidate cut in the gubernatorial race. Continue reading “LCF Favors Cox, Harris, Feinstein in Primary”
State Sen. Anthony Portantino will have a more substantive say in deciding the fate of hundreds of bills working their way through the California Legislature.
The La Cañada Flintridge resident was appointed to serve as the chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee this week. Continue reading “Portantino Tabbed to Chair Senate Appropriations Committee”
Impressively, Bob Baffert made the rarest of feats seem almost normal last weekend when, for the second time since 2015, a racehorse he trained won the Triple Crown.
In hardly a ho-hum achievement, Justify became just the 13th horse in the sport’s history to sweep the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and finally, on Saturday, the Belmont Stakes. Continue reading “LCF Trainer Baffert Doubles His Triple Crown Fun”
As a humor columnist who’s made a bountiful career mining the rich terrain of marriage, fatherhood and life in La Cañada Flintridge, Chris Erskine has always had a darn good “daditude.” Even now, in the most trying of times, the local writer keeps smiling, and keeps giving others reason to do the same.
For nearly two decades, his self-deprecating, wisecracking weekly chronicle of family life has resonated with L.A. Times readers, including Prospect Park Books publisher Colleen Dunn Bates. Continue reading “Local Author Reveals His Real ‘Daditude’”