Month: July 2013

admin July 26, 2013

By SHEL SEGAL The battle to bridge the Interstate 710 gap between Alhambra and Pasadena ran into opposition on Saturday as the group No on 710 and around 100 of its supporters rallied at Blair High School to state its case. Susan Bolan, a La Crescenta resident and member of No on 710, said before […]

admin July 26, 2013

In a unique effort to continue a long-standing tradition of 100 years, the City of Glendale has established a fund to engage the community and encourage private donations for Glendale’s Rose Float entry in the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade. For a minimum donation of $25, Glendale residents will be entered into a raffle drawing […]

admin July 26, 2013

— Doug Tessitor, MGL Foothill Extension Construction Authority Board Chairman and Glendora Council Member listens to Assembly member Chris Holden at the 10th anniversary celebration of the Gold Line Friday – Photos by Terry Miller On July 26, 2003, the 13.7-mile, 13 station Metro Gold Line light rail line opened for passenger service between Downtown […]

admin July 26, 2013

Survey identifies key elements to help neighborhoods By Terry Miller On Saturday, July 13, Temple Sheriff’s Station’s Captain Christopher Nee and more than 100 envoys from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department took to the streets in the unincorporated areas of Monrovia, Arcadia, and Duarte to kick off the “The Public Trust Partnership Program.” Members […]

admin July 25, 2013

Discuss Immigration Reform, Need for Diversity in his Administration On Tuesday, 22 Members of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC) met with President Barack Obama at the White House. The meeting covered immigration reform, increasing diversity among presidential appointments, improving language access in enrolment for the Affordable Care Act, and pressing issues impacting Native […]

admin July 24, 2013

Happening in Alhambra July 27 – Alhambra Hot Spot at the Edwards Renaissance Courtyard (northeast corner of Garfield and Main) from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Theme is “Music.” There will be several live bands and an open mic karaoke stage. Free. July 27 and 28 – Relay for Life at Alhambra High School’s track […]

admin July 19, 2013

Universal Studios Hollywood will always hold an exciting place in my heart. From the first time I visited as a boy and experienced the behind-the-scene movie magic of the Studio Tour, to my last visit when I encountered the thrilling King Kong 3D ride, the theme park has been a Southern California staple attraction for […]

admin July 18, 2013

A musical comedy Book, Music and Lyrics by DAN GOGGIN COMING AUGUST 2013! Tickets: $30 (2pm)—-$40 (6pm*) At the Elegant CLEAVER HALL 535 West Roses Road San Gabriel, Ca. 91775 *6pm Performance a Catered, Pre-show ( Dinner. 6pm, Curtain 7pm) Saturday~~~August 17th and 24th @ 2pm and 6pm For Ticket Info. Call: (626) 272-2460 Email—Sgvmtboxoffice@earthlink.net […]

admin July 18, 2013

They’re Waiting to Take you away Aug 10 How does it feel to be one of the beautiful people? Classical Mystery Tour knows and combined with the Pasadena POPS on Saturday, August 10 at the LA Arboretum all of Arcadia will know too. The quartet, who starred on Broadway in the smash Broadway production Beatlemania, […]

admin July 18, 2013

Miller is a Southern California resident, currently on tour promoting his country album, “Natural Born Killer. Contrary to what the titles of albums may suggest, Miller is a Country/Southern rock singer-songwriter with a heart of gold. In 2009, Jason transitioned into writing and playing country music. Ever since then, songs off of his album, “Natural […]