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EDITOR’S PICK Pasadena Convention Center (Aug. 12 & 13, located 300 E. Green St. Pasadena, CA 91101@9am-6pm) CatCon promotes cat-centric merchandise, adoption, and discussions amongst cat lovers. -PASADENA Your Weekly Events August 11 Arboretum Library Knitters and Makers (Aug. 11 @6pm- 8pm, 301 North Baldwin Ave, Arcadia) Participants are encouraged to bring their materials and...

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Cat of the Week: Digit
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Cat of the Week: Digit

She’s purr-fect! Want the purr-fect cat? Look no further! Digit, age 6, a tabby and white female, is sweet and petite! Healthy too, and a polydactyl to boot! She’s already been a mama, and she was very good with her kittens. Just look at those gorgeous green eyes, as she seems to say, “Please adopt…

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Arcadia Crime Blotters: Aug 6 – Aug 12

Aug. 6 Shortly before 2:02 p.m., an officer responded to the Santa Anita Mall, 400 South Baldwin Avenue, regarding a stolen vehicle report. The officer determined an unknown suspect stole the victim’s locked vehicle sometime between 1:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. The unoccupied vehicle was later located in the mall parking lot. No suspects were...
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Arcadia Community Raises Over $11,000 for Fairview Fire Victims

Organizations rally together to help fire victims and demonstrate the true meaning of community By Monica Sanchez After Arcadia residents were displaced from their homes in the aftermath of the Fairview fire, the Arcadia Firefighters Association decided to host a private dinner for the displaced families last Thursday night, Aug. 10, at the Assistance League....

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Arts & Entertainment

Monthly Art Column – August 2017

Brad Miller: Stones & Object Relations Theory is on exhibit through August 19th at Edward Cella Art and Architecture in Culver City. The show presents Miller’s latest ceramic wall sculptures, abstract ceramic stonework and paintings. The first thing you notice about artist’s work is the relationship to nature and life systems. They are not just decorative...
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Education
CSArts-SGV Welcomes its First Group of Incoming Students
Education

CSArts-SGV Welcomes its First Group of Incoming Students

By May S. Ruiz  August 14, 2017 marks a milestone for the Duarte Unified School District (DUSD) when CSArts-SGV officially opens its doors to admit the first group of incoming students to the Art School.  A welcome festival on August 18 will celebrate this much anticipated event. An off-shoot of the Orange County School of…

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Crime

Arcadia Crime Blotters: Aug 6 – Aug 12

Aug. 6 Shortly before 2:02 p.m., an officer responded to the Santa Anita Mall, 400 South Baldwin Avenue, regarding a stolen vehicle report. The officer determined an unknown suspect stole the victim’s locked vehicle sometime between 1:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. The unoccupied vehicle was later located in the mall parking lot. No suspects were...
News

Arcadia Community Raises Over $11,000 for Fairview Fire Victims

Organizations rally together to help fire victims and demonstrate the true meaning of community By Monica Sanchez After Arcadia residents were displaced from their homes in the aftermath of the Fairview fire, the Arcadia Firefighters Association decided to host a private dinner for the displaced families last Thursday night, Aug. 10, at the Assistance League....

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Arts & Entertainment

Monthly Art Column – August 2017

Brad Miller: Stones & Object Relations Theory is on exhibit through August 19th at Edward Cella Art and Architecture in Culver City. The show presents Miller’s latest ceramic wall sculptures, abstract ceramic stonework and paintings. The first thing you notice about artist’s work is the relationship to nature and life systems. They are not just decorative...

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August 11 – August 17

EDITOR’S PICK Pasadena Convention Center (Aug. 12 & 13, located 300 E. Green St. Pasadena, CA 91101@9am-6pm) CatCon promotes cat-centric merchandise, adoption, and discussions amongst cat lovers. -PASADENA Your Weekly Events August 11 Arboretum Library Knitters and Makers (Aug. 11 @6pm- 8pm, 301 North Baldwin Ave, Arcadia) Participants are encouraged to bring their materials and...

HEALTH & FITNESS

Opinion
Cat of the Week: Digit
Columns

Cat of the Week: Digit

She’s purr-fect! Want the purr-fect cat? Look no further! Digit, age 6, a tabby and white female, is sweet and petite! Healthy too, and a polydactyl to boot! She’s already been a mama, and she was very good with her kittens. Just look at those gorgeous green eyes, as she seems to say, “Please adopt…

Community
Education
CSArts-SGV Welcomes its First Group of Incoming Students
Education

CSArts-SGV Welcomes its First Group of Incoming Students

By May S. Ruiz  August 14, 2017 marks a milestone for the Duarte Unified School District (DUSD) when CSArts-SGV officially opens its doors to admit the first group of incoming students to the Art School.  A welcome festival on August 18 will celebrate this much anticipated event. An off-shoot of the Orange County School of…

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Millennial women are marrying at an average age of 26 and 29 for men, compared to the 1970’s when women were a median age of 20 at marriage and men at 23. - Courtesy photo
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3 Reasons Why Millennials Aren’t Tying The Knot

By Sadie Gribbon Millennials are marrying and having children at much later stages in life than the generations before them. Being nurtured through technology, Millennials have seen what the world has to offer and they aren’t ready to settle as easily as generations before. Millennial women are marrying at an average age of 26 and...

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