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Pizza, Pasta & More VALENTINO S
Closed On Sundays!
“A Taste of Brooklyn”
One Topping Pizza
No substitutions and coupon must be presented.
Please mention coupon when ordering. One per customer. Expires 08/22/19.
150 S Sepulveda Blvd.
976 Aviation Blvd.
• DELIVERY IN LIMITED AREA AT BOTH LOCATIONS •
Turkey and Stuffing Casserole
Provided by Campbell Soup Company
• 1 can Campbell’s® Condensed Cream of
Mushroom Soup or Campbell’s® Condensed
98% Fat Free Cream of Mushroom Soup
• 1 cup milkor water
• 1 bag (16 ounces) frozen California
vegetable blend (broccoli, cauliflower,
• Step 1: Heat the oven to 400°F. Spray a 2-quart casserole with vegetable cooking spray.
• Step 2: Stir the soup and milk in a large bowl. Add the vegetables, turkey and stuffing and mix
lightly. Spoon the turkey mixture into the casserole.
• Step 3: Bake for 20 minutes or until the turkey mixture is hot and bubbling. Stir the turkey mixture.
Top with the cheese.
• Step 4: Bake for 5 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
• 2 cups cubed cooked turkey or chicken
• 4 cups Pepperidge Farm® Herb Seasoned
• 1 cup Swiss cheese or Cheddar cheese
(about 4 ounces)
Here’s a family-friendly dish that fits right into your busy schedule. It
features convenience products that combine with cooked turkey or chicken
to make a mouthwatering casserole that’s ready in less than 45 minutes.
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• Serving Suggestion: Serve with a salad of mixed greens, dried cranberries and walnuts with a Dijon
mustard vinaigrette. For dessert serve sliced pears drizzled with chocolate sauce.
• Easy Substitution: Substitute 3 cans (4.5 ounces each) Swanson® Premium White Chunk Chicken Breast
in Water, drained, for the cubed cooked turkey. •
By Roz Templin, Library Assistant,
El Segundo Public Library
You may be familiar with the story of “American
Sniper” Chris Kyle from the book published
in 2012, the movie starring Bradley Cooper
in 2014 and other publicity over the recent
years. Chris was murdered in 2013 and his
widow Taya has been in the process of reclaiming
her life through public speaking and in service
to others, heading a foundation and inspiring
other charitable groups with her words and deeds.
American Spirit is a celebration of what is
good in our country: the people who still believe
that helping those less fortunate and/or in trouble
is an instinctual response. Taya tells the stories of
more than 30 individuals who pay it forward and
establish means to address those struggling with
disease, homelessness, hunger and the varied ills
we all face in our society. Many of these “working
class heroes” saw a need and filled it, no matter the
hardships they faced themselves in establishing
methods of serving those who are desperate
for help. She also includes a few of the rich
and famous who have donated time and money
to causes and people that touch their hearts.
Santa Monica-based Angel Flight West is a
network of more than 1,400 volunteer pilots
who transport non-emergency medical patients
and their families across the country for treatment
in faraway hospitals and medical centers.
Even victims of domestic violence are assisted
in their quest for a new life in another city.
The pilots fly their own planes and pay for all
costs out of their own pockets so that those
Film Review Check It Out
American Spirit: Profiles in Resilience, Courage and Faith by
Taya Kyle with Jim DeFelice
Anton Yelchin, Remembered,
in Love, Antosha
By Ryan Rojas for Cinemacy
The new documentary Love, Antosha captures
the life of the intellectual, spirited and beloved
artist Anton Yelchin. Directed by Garett Price
and produced by Drake Doremus, the film
captures Yelchin’s life story and acclaimed
film career that ended at the age of 27 after
a freak auto accident in 2016. Using home
video footage, self-shot videos, interviews
with friends and Hollywood talent alike – as
well as his personal diaries – we are given
a comprehensive look inside the mind of an
artist who was creatively unbound and yet still
Antony Yelchin appeared onscreen for most
of his life, in a total of 69 film and television
projects (most widely known as Chekov in J.J.
Abrams’ Star Trek reboot). The film celebrates
the creativity that Yelchin permeated throughout
his life, where stars like Kristen Stewart,
Chris Pine, John Cho and Jennifer Lawrence
offer remembrances through on-camera interviews.
Whether it was devouring classic films,
playing music in his band (The Hammerheads)
or furthering his passion for photography,
Yelchin was always learning, growing and
searching. But it’s this same anxious artistic
drive to pursue his passions that also reveals
his restlessness in other areas of his life. The
film does not shy away from showing an artist
conflicted and often occupied with complexities.
Love, Antosha reveals that Anton secretly
battled the auto-immune disease cystic fibrosis
(which was never publicly acknowledged)
and bouts of breathing and coughing issues.
A curious and self-aware person, the documentary
portrays one heartbreaking moment
when Yelchin researches the average age of
life expectancy for people with his disease.
The results show less than 40 years old. The
question may arise as to whether or not, on
some intuitive level, the self-aware Anton
knew that his life would be short-lived? And
if this drove him to subconsciously consume
Love, Antosha, Courtesy of Lurker Productions
American Spirit: Profiles in
Resilience, Courage and Faith by
Taya Kyle with Jim DeFelice
See Film Review, page 15 See Check It Out, page 10