Monthly Archives: October 2014

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The More I Learn

The More I Learn   By David Riemer Guest Columnist   In the last couple of months this column has focused on problems with our local high school, Verdugo Hills. Among these problems are financial mismanagement and declining performance on standardized tests. Many other problems are damaging the school too. Whether people realize it or…

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No on Prop 46

No on Proposition 46   By James E. Mertzel, DDS Guest Columnist   Voters in California have a critical decision to make in this November’s election: whether to support or oppose the costly, deceptive Proposition 46. A broad and bipartisan coalition that includes doctors, dentists, community health centers, hospitals, local governments, business groups, and labor…

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Sweetness in Sunland

Angel’s Pastry & Cafe Opens in Sunland   Angel’s Pastry & Cafe, the newest bakery in the Sunland-Tujunga area, had its grand opening on September 15. Angel’s owner Gerald Mehrabian and his baker, Hamazasb Hakopian, prepare pastries, cookies, breads, and chocolates for all occasions, and all from scratch. The cafe also sells coffee and other…

Calendar and Events : October

CALENDAR October   Wednesdays Sunland-Tujunga Library Computer Basics One-on-one computer tutoring by appointment only. 10–10:30 a.m. slots are available. Topics may include computer basics, setting up an email account, using social media, and downloading e-media (bring your own thumb drive). Tutoring sessions are 30 minutes. Call (818) 352-4481 or visit the library reference desk at…

News and Notes : October

NEWS & NOTES   New Science Center Opening at Hansen Dam Discovery Cube Los Angeles will open November 13 at Hansen Dam Recreation Center in Lake View Terrace. Originally slated to become the new location for the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles, the center at Hansen Dam was completed in 2007 but had been vacant…

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ABC’s and Optimal Health

ABCs and Optimal Health   By Ann Bedrossian Guest Columnist   As we know, vitamins are assigned to many letters of the alphabet. We use this knowledge to strive for optimal health. Some people manage to be healthy without doing more than taking vitamins and supplements. Others try to eat right and exercise. Being healthy…

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Inside Weatherwolde

The Story of Weatherwolde Castle   From Staff reports   Built in 1928 and designed to resemble a 16th century French-Normandy castle, Weatherwolde Castle on Commerce Avenue in Tujunga has a storied history. Current owner and resident William Malouf told a full audience at Bolton Hall Museum on September 13 that the stone castle might…

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