Month: January 2013

admin January 31, 2013

On January 26, 2013, at approximately 1550 hours, a female victim walked from Kohl’s Department Store to her parked vehicle in the Huntington Oaks Shopping Center. After getting behind the wheel of her vehicle and closing the door, a male Hispanic suspect knocked on her window. When the victim opened the door to speak to […]

admin January 31, 2013

Saturday Feb. 2 “Ragtime & Chili” Celebrate Black History Month and our shared American music legacy with a performance by pianist Lawrence Kolakowski from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2 at La Pintoresca Branch Library, 1355 N. Raymond Ave. Kolakowski will talk about all the great composers who created what many historians consider […]

admin January 31, 2013

The business of making music takes center stage, as the number and variety of buyers increase When the business is music, it’s a fine line between good times and work. Produced by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), the NAMM Show provided the most effective platform across four jam-packed days filled with new product […]

admin January 31, 2013

On Friday, January 18, the Monrovia Police Department discovered a large amount of stolen property in the process of making what police refer to as a welfare call. This ultimately led to the arrest of two people and the recovery of a large cache of stolen property. According to Chief of Police Jim Hunt, at […]

admin January 31, 2013

Senator Alex Padilla Monday announced legislation to help create an earthquake early warning system similar to that which is in place and currently in use in Japan. Padilla’s announcement comes after a joint study with Caltech and Japan Agency for Marine Earth-science and Technology published describing for the first time a statewide California earthquake involving […]

admin January 31, 2013

Shortly before 2:30 a.m. Sunday the Arcadia Police Department received a call of a subject playing loud music while on the front lawn of a home located in the 2500 block of South Santa Anita Avenue. An Arcadia police officer was dispatched and arrived to find a lone male to the front of the residence. […]

admin January 31, 2013

Pasadena Police Detectives arrested the final suspects involved in the murder of Zane Goldstein on January 15, 2013. The shooting of the victim was precipitated by Zane Goldstein and his brother arranging to meet one of the suspects to sell a nominal amount of marijuana. During the contact, the suspects attempted to rob the victims […]

admin January 31, 2013

Suspect holed-up at the dam house – SWAT called On Saturday January 26, 2013, around 6:30 p.m., Arcadia Police Officers responded to a stretch of Chantry Flats regarding a traffic collision involving a solo vehicle into a guardrail. The male driver had reportedly fled on foot before police arrived on scene, leaving behind a single […]

admin January 28, 2013

On Tuesday the Rosemead City Council voted 4-0, with Mayor Sandra Armenta absent, to approve the city’s participation in the 710 Coalition. The Coalition is advocating for the completion of the 4.5-mile 710 Freeway gap from its current terminus in Alhambra to the Interstate 210 Freeway in Pasadena. According to the staff report, the Coalition […]

admin January 28, 2013

The MENSCH International Foundation and Steven Geiger, the Foundation’s Founder, will present The 2013 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Program honoring two-time Academy Award-winning producer, BRANKO LUSTIG (“Schindler’s List,” “Gladiator”) with The 2013 MENSCH For All Seasons Award to be held at the Writer’s Guild Theater, 135 South Doheny Drive (south of Wilshire Boulevard), Beverly Hills, […]