Rob Smith is one of the O.G. Homeboys. Or as Father Greg Boyle put it: “Rob Smith is one of the finest human beings I have ever known.”
It’s Descanso Gardens, illuminated as you’ve never seen it.
The most familiar of haunts at the beloved botanic gardens have been transformed by the “Enchanted: Forest of Light!” display that opens to the public Friday, Nov. 25.
Foothill Boulevard is a shade emptier following the removal last month of four deceased redwoods in the medians of the busiest street in La Cañada Flintridge.
Through February, one can listen to communications originating from satellites in Earth’s orbit at the Huntington Library.
It’s still sinking in: President-elect Donald Trump.
Like the majority of Californians, La Cañada Flintridge residents voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton to be president of the United States in last week’s general election, casting 4,259 votes for Clinton and 2,855 for Donald Trump, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk.
Patty Compeau said she hates being bored, but it’s hard to believe her.
When has this woman ever been bored?
Instead of heading to their respective practice arenas during sixth period to lift weights or execute drills, the majority of La Cañada High School’s 800 energetic student-athletes crammed into the bleachers last week in the Hotchkin Family Gymnasium for a workshop about becoming true dual threats — better athletes and people.