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Holidays

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  • Shoppers pack stores earlier than ever on Black Friday

    Shoppers pack stores earlier than ever on Black Friday
    Bargain hunters flooded Glendale's shopping malls Thursday evening  as Black Friday crept into Thanksgiving this year with some retailers opening their doors early to shoppers. At Urban Outfitters at the Americana at Brand, customers had lined up as...
  • Holiday tour of homes to benefit Prom Plus

    Holiday tour of homes to benefit Prom Plus
    A tour of local homes, a showroom and a former sanitarium this Saturday will help organizers of Crescenta Valley High School’s annual after-prom party reach their goal of raising $25,000 to host the event. Aside from the Taste of Montrose in May,...
  • Glendale Salvation Army: As economy stays sluggish, 'Every little bit helps'

    Glendale Salvation Army: As economy stays sluggish, 'Every little bit helps'
    Roughly 500 pounds of turkey were cooked and carved Thursday for the annual Glendale Salvation Army Thanksgiving dinner. Nearly 300 people showed up for the free meal, which included 24 turkeys, mashed potatoes, green beans and cranberry sauce. PHOTOS:...
  • Holiday shoppers go local in La Cañada

    Holiday shoppers go local in La Cañada
    It's that time of year when residents start to frequent shops after work and on weekends in a quest to find gifts. Businesses in the city are hoping that they shop local. Kerry Rasmussen opened Chez on Foothill Boulevard about six months ago. She said...
  • Step out to a holiday dance festival

    Step out to a holiday dance festival
    Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre is kicking off the holiday season with a daylong festival featuring interactive dance classes for children, live instrumental music and choral singing and culminating with a professional ballet performance Sunday at the Alex...
  • Shopping rush predicted to ease as Glendale malls open earlier

    The traditional black Friday traffic crush may be relieved somewhat due to a decision by many Glendale retailers to open Thanksgiving night, spreading bargain hunters over a longer time period. With the Glendale Galleria planning to open its doors at...
  • Anonymous donation helps stock Glendale food bank

    Anonymous donation helps stock Glendale food bank
    Just as things had begun to look glum this holiday season for coordinators of the local food bank, Loaves and Fishes, an anonymous donor heard their call for help and bestowed them with $20,000. The donor's sizable gifts, including 15 shopping carts...
  • Paradise Canyon student wins annual Valley Sun Thanksgiving Art Contest

    Paradise Canyon student wins annual Valley Sun Thanksgiving Art Contest
    Nina Lidar, 10-year-old La Cañada resident, first place in the annual Valley Sun Thanksgiving Art Contest with her work executed in colored markers that judges deemed best captured the essence of the overall theme, “Thanksgiving in the United...
  • Chabad hosts menorah lighting

    Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish holiday, began on Wednesday night. Chabad of Pasadena hosts a menorah lighting on Sunday, Dec. 1 at Pasadena City Hall. The event runs from 3 to 5 p.m. and includes latkes, live music and entertainment for children. City...
  • Students dress up for annual Thanksgiving meal

    Students dress up for annual Thanksgiving meal
    Young Pilgrims and Native Americans sat down for an annual Thanksgiving meal at La Cañada Elementary School last Friday. The fifth-grade class played music and feasted on turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, and other traditional holiday dishes. Parents,...
  • The Valley Line: Party thanks retiring USC-Verdugo Hills hospital chief

    The Valley Line: Party thanks retiring USC-Verdugo Hills hospital chief
    I'm writing this column before Thanksgiving Day, but you will read it on turkey day or over the weekend. I hope you have a wonderful holiday. I'm excited to celebrate this Thanksgiving with my extended family — all 25 of them. I can provide...
  • Around Town: Save the shopping for Saturday

    For those of us who look forward to Thanksgiving, it's hard to imagine the appeal of a $99 big-screen TV or an extreme discount on socks and underwear, but Black Friday has now moved to Thanksgiving Day and shoppers are already camped out at box stores,...