Obituary: Dr. Drew Meyer

Dr. Andrew John “Drew” Meyer, who served as La Cañada High School’s principal from 1986-89, passed away surrounded by his family on Oct. 29. He was 72.

Drew Meyer

Meyer, who also served as president of the La Cañada Kiwanis Club in 1992-93, had been in failing health for more than a year and entered into the critical stage of illness six months ago, according to his son. He was a resident of Idaho Falls, Idaho.
After serving as LCHS principal, Meyer served as assistant superintendent of business in the La Cañada Unified School District from 1989-94. He then moved to become superintendent of San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District.
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Add Quiet Art Museum to Weekend Activities List

Dear Parents,
Pumpkins are popping up on porches, football games are becoming regular weekend fare, trees are hinting at tinting color, and the weather is beginning to de-sizzle. Fall is officially underway.
Whether the weather is cool or warm, a pleasant place for children to spend some “down time” — which they desperately need in their often overly scheduled week —- is in a calm art gallery. Continue reading “Add Quiet Art Museum to Weekend Activities List”

At Historic House, Hahn Took a Gamble on a Film

Spoiler alert: There aren’t any dancing teacups in Don Hahn’s documentary film, “The Gamble House.”
There is, however, careful attention paid to the purposeful way the light moves through the leaded art-glass windows, to the intimacy of the dining area, to the delightfully Edwardian office — and, most of all, to unpacking all the inspiring history belonging to the landmark Pasadena home. Continue reading “At Historic House, Hahn Took a Gamble on a Film”