Month: September 2013

admin September 27, 2013

Methodist Hospital will sponsor its inaugural Walk From Obesity Saturday, October 5, at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, 301 North Baldwin Ave., Arcadia. The one-hour walk through the beautiful grounds of the Arboretum begins at 8 a.m., with registration and check-in at 7 a.m. At 9:15 a.m., free drawings will be held […]

admin September 27, 2013

SET for LIFE, in partnership with City of Hope/CCARE, Mobile Mammogram Screening, and Second Baptist Church, Inc. is hosting the 9th Annual Healthy Living for LIFE Expo on Saturday, October 19. This is the only health fair that has been providing free mammograms to low income and uninsured women for the past seven years. The […]

admin September 27, 2013

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. joined business owners, legislators and dozens of working Californians Wednesday in Los Angeles and Oakland to sign AB 10 by Assemblymember Luis Alejo (D-Salinas), which will raise the minimum wage in California from $8.00 per hour to $10.00 per hour. AB 10 will raise California’s minimum wage in two one-dollar […]

admin September 27, 2013

Murder marks 2nd time serious violence played a role in the rivalry One night after the San Francisco Giants held the first of three fundraisers for Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was attacked outside Dodger Stadium in March 2011, another attack occurs, this time in San Francisco. The Dodgers fan was killed Wednesday with […]

admin September 27, 2013

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) began mailing more than 1.7 million Sample Ballot Booklets to voters today for the Nov. 5, 2013 Local and Municipal Consolidated Elections. In addition, about 500,000 Vote by Mail ballots will be mailed for the upcoming elections. The RR/CC reminds Los Angeles County residents that the last day […]

admin September 27, 2013

Everybody knows that Big Bear Lake is a wonderland in winter, perfect for skiing, snowboarding, memorable Alpine vistas and more. But as I recently learned, the mountain resort is equally fantastic in fall, when leaves change colors, fish are biting, mountains trails beckon, and beer flows from large Oktoberfest mugs. I began a recent fall […]

admin September 26, 2013

Monrovia 26, San Dimas 13 Azusa 8, Arcadia 7 Muir 70, Tujunga 6 Eagle Rock 29, Temple City 8 Sierra Vista 47, Mark Keppel 0 Wilson 24, Alhambra 13 San Gabriel 13, Beverly Hills 6 Mar Vista 34, Gabrielino 21 Gladstone 28, El Monte 14 Rosemead 77, Warren 21 Arroyo 40, Rowland 14 La Salle […]

admin September 26, 2013

Mother Nature continues to play havoc with girls tennis as the JV match vs. Burroughs was canceled yesterday due to poor air quality. The varsity was able to play at Burroughs an lost a competitive match 4-14. #1 Victoria Rose continued to play well winning twice 6-2, 6-1. The other wins came from doubles as […]

admin September 25, 2013

  By Terry Miller Perhaps they’re a cross between the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and the Rolling Stones or then again, maybe they’re not. Actually, it is very difficult to place a label on these blokes. Very hard indeed. Nonetheless we’ll try…art, music and philosophy with a tremendously off-the-wall following with a British sense […]