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March 5, 2005
Cherie Mercer Twohy Judging from the bustling lunch crowd, newly opened New Moon Restaurant is a welcome addition to a formerly restaurant-challenged corner of Montrose. The entrance encompasses a small, attractive bar area, framed by trickling waterfalls and dark, wood wine racks. Beer and wine are available, as well as soju, a Korean drink described as being "like vodka, but milder." Hostesses in brightly colored, Asian-inspired blouses flutter like blossoms in an otherwise spare decor.
NEWS
January 27, 2006
The Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce recognized community leaders and installed new members at a mid-January dinner at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club. Award recipients include Jenkins Properties Management as business of the year; Crescenta Valley Rotary as organization of the year; Mathew Matti of Re/Max Tri City Realty as business person of the year; retired Glendale firefighter Mark Whipp as peace officer of the year; Carolyn Bowman as educator of the year, and Chris Waldheim as volunteer of the year.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John E. Karayan | January 27, 2007
New Moon is a good example of a great California innovation ? the Chinese bistro. And it's notable for offering a wonderful array of entrees, and more. It also offers what Anne and I enjoy in a dining experience, making it worthy of investing our limited budgets for calories and time ? reliable made-to-order cuisine, attentive but not obsequious service, amenable atmosphere, comfortable seating, convenient location and reasonable prices. New Moon also has that something else.
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By Mary O’Keefe | April 4, 2008
The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station said goodbye, officially, to Captain Tim Peters on Tuesday with a luncheon at New Moon. After 36 years of serving with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, four of them at Crescenta Valley, Peters is ready to take some time out to spend time with his family, volunteer more at his church and fish. “And I will have time to cook,” Peters said. He admitted that his busy schedule in the past had not allowed time to indulge in his love of cooking.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 20, 2006
Twilight ? By Stephenie Meyer MT Books / Hardcover / 498 pp Ages 13 and up What would you do if you had just bitten into a figurative apple of knowledge? That is just what Isabella Swan, commonly known as Bella, unwittingly does when she moves to Forks, Washington and meets the Cullens. Always the outsider at her old school in Phoenix, Bella is surprised by the friendly reception she receives at Forks High School, except from five students.
NEWS
January 6, 2006
Happy New Year! We wish everyone a prosperous and healthy 2006. Join us for our annual Installation and Community Awards Dinner on Thursday, January 12 at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club starting with social at 6:30 p.m. and dinner and program at 7:30 p.m. We are introducing our 2006 executive directors and new board as well as honoring those who have contributed to our community. This year we are honoring the following: Business of the Year -- Jenkins Properties Management Organization of the Year -- Crescenta Valley Rotary Business Person of the Year -- Mathew Matti, Re/Max Tri City Realty Peace Officer of the Year -- Retired Firefighter Mark Whipp Educator of the Year -- Carolyn Bowman, from Mountain Avenue Elementary School Volunteer of the Year -- Chris Waldheim President's Award -- Frank Roberts (Posthumously)
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July 25, 2008
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March 13, 2009
I heard this great idea and I am asking you all to think about doing the same. We need to have in place our own Emotional Stimulus Plan. We have to ride out the bumps and weather this storm in order to rise to the challenges that will come our way. Many people are having to makes changes in their lifestyle and it may seem humanity is coming to a crashing halt, but we are still living better than we ever have. Good times will return; just trust in yourself and know this too will pass.
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By Ruth Longoria | February 20, 2009
If you like classic rock with an acoustic sound to accompany your Saturday night socializing, the New Moon Restaurant in Montrose has a sound to stimulate your senses and send your appetite into overdrive. PCH — a group of Los Angeles area musicians that includes lead singer David Blassucci of La Cañada — is the entertainment every Saturday night from 7 to 10 p.m. at the restaurant, located at 2138 Verdugo Blvd. in Montrose. Blasucci enjoys singing with the band because, “It’s a great group of guys and I’m having the most fun I’ve ever had,” he said, adding, “The musicianship is outstanding and we all get along so well.
NEWS
By Mary O’Keefe | April 4, 2008
The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station said goodbye, officially, to Captain Tim Peters on Tuesday with a luncheon at New Moon. After 36 years of serving with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, four of them at Crescenta Valley, Peters is ready to take some time out to spend time with his family, volunteer more at his church and fish. “And I will have time to cook,” Peters said. He admitted that his busy schedule in the past had not allowed time to indulge in his love of cooking.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 16, 2007
Pull out your wok and polish the chopsticks ? Chinese New Year is around the corner, and Sunday night is New Year's Eve. The first day of the traditional 15-day celebration coincides with the new moon. The gods are welcomed and some families abstain from meat. On the second day, prayers are offered to the ancestors. This is also considered the birthday of all dogs, so the family dog merits a treat and special attention. During the following two days, sons-in-law are expected to make a visit of respect to their wives' parents.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John E. Karayan | January 27, 2007
New Moon is a good example of a great California innovation ? the Chinese bistro. And it's notable for offering a wonderful array of entrees, and more. It also offers what Anne and I enjoy in a dining experience, making it worthy of investing our limited budgets for calories and time ? reliable made-to-order cuisine, attentive but not obsequious service, amenable atmosphere, comfortable seating, convenient location and reasonable prices. New Moon also has that something else.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 20, 2006
Twilight ? By Stephenie Meyer MT Books / Hardcover / 498 pp Ages 13 and up What would you do if you had just bitten into a figurative apple of knowledge? That is just what Isabella Swan, commonly known as Bella, unwittingly does when she moves to Forks, Washington and meets the Cullens. Always the outsider at her old school in Phoenix, Bella is surprised by the friendly reception she receives at Forks High School, except from five students.
NEWS
January 27, 2006
The Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce recognized community leaders and installed new members at a mid-January dinner at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club. Award recipients include Jenkins Properties Management as business of the year; Crescenta Valley Rotary as organization of the year; Mathew Matti of Re/Max Tri City Realty as business person of the year; retired Glendale firefighter Mark Whipp as peace officer of the year; Carolyn Bowman as educator of the year, and Chris Waldheim as volunteer of the year.
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