Business Spotlight / October 17, 2017 Monsieur Crêpe Brings French Cafe Culture to L.A.

By Emily G. Peters Near the base of the “Village of the Foothills,” French bistro Monsieur Crêpe is bringing a little piece of Paris to the sidewalks of Sierra Madre. To chef Aurelien “Tony” Mosconi, the hamlet’s evolving food scene is about as close to European cafe culture as you can get in Los Angeles....

Columns / October 16, 2017 Career Corner: The Power of Punctuation

By Angela Copeland  Your words are an incredibly powerful business tool that you use each and every day. This is especially true during your job search. Not surprisingly, the punctuation around those words can be just as important as the words themselves. You may have heard me preach before about the space that appears after a...

Columns, Community / October 16, 2017 Highlighting Downtown Arcadia: New Business Friendly Zoning Code

By Tim Schwehr, Economic Development Analyst, City of Arcadia For this week’s Highlighting Downtown Arcadia column, I’ve been invited by the Downtown Arcadia Improvement Association to discuss the City’s new Business-Friendly Zoning Code for the area, and some of the exciting opportunities it has created for the downtown. Adopted in November 2016 as part of...

Health & Fitness / October 16, 2017 Why Your Diet Will Fail

Find out the one change in your mindset to take your diet from a zero to a hero By Yajen Tan Every time January comes around, people run into the gym and jump on diet programs with the goal of achieving their New Year’s resolution. Some believe that by jumping on this bandwagon, they’ll end...

calendar / October 16, 2017 Oct. 13 – Oct. 19

Latino Heritage Parade and Jamaica Festival, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. – 4: p.m. (Villa Parke Community Center, 363 E Villa Street, Pasadena, CA 91101) Experience live entertainment, food, arts and educational opportunities. For more information call Villa-Parke Community Center at (626) 744-6530. – PASADENA Your Weekly Events Oct. 13 Away from Home: Photography of...

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Oct. 13 – Oct. 19

Latino Heritage Parade and Jamaica Festival, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. – 4: p.m. (Villa Parke Community Center, 363 E Villa Street, Pasadena, CA 91101) Experience live entertainment, food, arts and educational opportunities. For more information call Villa-Parke Community Center at (626) 744-6530. – PASADENA Your Weekly Events Oct. 13 Away from Home: Photography of...

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Career Corner: The Power of Punctuation
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Career Corner: The Power of Punctuation

By Angela Copeland  Your words are an incredibly powerful business tool that you use each and every day. This is especially true during your job search. Not surprisingly, the punctuation around those words can be just as important as the words themselves. You may have heard me preach before about the space that appears after a…

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Arcadia Couple Faces Court Hearing for Stealing $12 Million

By Monica Sanchez On Wednesday Oct. 4, 2017, an Arcadia couple had to go to a court hearing after being accused of stealing $12 million from investors through their various businesses. According to the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) complaint, “The Chens offered and sold securities in two projects under the federal EB-5 immigration program...
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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on High Alert Following Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Shortly after the Las Vegas shooting began, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) was notified of the incident and immediately activated the Department Operations Center (DOC). Sheriff Jim McDonnell reached out to Las Vegas Sheriff Joe Lombardo and offered the LASD’s immediate assistance with the ongoing incident. Initial reports indicated there were multiple shooters,...

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October College Search Guide
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October College Search Guide

  The road to college for a better future By May S. Ruiz High school students are extremely busy – homework, extra-curricular activities in art and sports, campus clubs, all compete for their time. To add to that, they have to make sure they get excellent marks in their courses and on the standardized tests….

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Crime, News

Arcadia Couple Faces Court Hearing for Stealing $12 Million

By Monica Sanchez On Wednesday Oct. 4, 2017, an Arcadia couple had to go to a court hearing after being accused of stealing $12 million from investors through their various businesses. According to the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) complaint, “The Chens offered and sold securities in two projects under the federal EB-5 immigration program...
News

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on High Alert Following Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Shortly after the Las Vegas shooting began, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) was notified of the incident and immediately activated the Department Operations Center (DOC). Sheriff Jim McDonnell reached out to Las Vegas Sheriff Joe Lombardo and offered the LASD’s immediate assistance with the ongoing incident. Initial reports indicated there were multiple shooters,...
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Oct. 13 – Oct. 19

Latino Heritage Parade and Jamaica Festival, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. – 4: p.m. (Villa Parke Community Center, 363 E Villa Street, Pasadena, CA 91101) Experience live entertainment, food, arts and educational opportunities. For more information call Villa-Parke Community Center at (626) 744-6530. – PASADENA Your Weekly Events Oct. 13 Away from Home: Photography of...

HEALTH & FITNESS

Opinion
Career Corner: The Power of Punctuation
Columns

Career Corner: The Power of Punctuation

By Angela Copeland  Your words are an incredibly powerful business tool that you use each and every day. This is especially true during your job search. Not surprisingly, the punctuation around those words can be just as important as the words themselves. You may have heard me preach before about the space that appears after a…

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Education
October College Search Guide
Columns, Education

October College Search Guide

  The road to college for a better future By May S. Ruiz High school students are extremely busy – homework, extra-curricular activities in art and sports, campus clubs, all compete for their time. To add to that, they have to make sure they get excellent marks in their courses and on the standardized tests….

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Millennials Would Trade Their Vote to Erase Student Debt

By Sadie Gribbon Half of Millennials, 49.8 percent, would give up their right to vote for two terms in return for eradicating their student debt. Yes, their right to vote. According to a recent survey by the student loan site credible staggering results that exemplified what Millennials value: technology and socializing. No shocker there. But...

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