Education / January 3, 2018 January College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz Winter break is over. I hope your children got the opportunity to de-stress, enjoyed time away from school, and just delighted in being teenagers. The years between middle and high school aren’t that long and once gone, will never come back.  Give your children the chance to...

Health & Fitness / January 2, 2018 5 New Year’s Resolutions For A Healthier and Happier 2018

By Yajen Tan As 2017 comes to an end, I’m looking back now to pick apart my mistakes, failures, and discoveries that I’ve been fortunate enough to experience in the past 365 days. January is the perfect time for us to adopt and solidify new positive habits to carry into the new year. These are...

Sports / January 2, 2018 Rose Bowl Proves Pasadena is Still the Capital of the College Football World

Georgia tops Oklahoma in Thriler By Spencer Stueve The Rose Bowl, the Granddaddy of Them All, the most prestigious event in college athletics, a Pasadena staple.  The 104th Rose Bowl game, a college football semifinal matchup between the University of Georgia Bulldogs and the University of Oklahoma Sooners, was unlike any before it, yet it...

Community / January 2, 2018 The 2018 Rose Parade

By Galen Patterson The 2018 Rose Parade showcased the talent of parade performers from around the world. Nearly 90 individual groups marched and floated down Colorado blvd. in Pasadena on Jan. 1, 2018. The performers marched and drove 5.5 miles to the terminus at Villa st. In addition to various southern California cities and high...

Arts & Entertainment / January 2, 2018 CSArts-SGV Production of “Pippin” at Arcadia Performing Arts Center

By May S. Ruiz Pioneering students at California School of the Arts-San Gabriel Valley (CSArts-SGV) will display what they’ve learned, as well as their natural talents, when they present an all-school performance of the celebrated musical ‘Pippin’ at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center on January 11 to 13, 2018. Filled with dance, humor, and soaring...

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Dec. 29 – Jan. 5

Editor’s Pick: Post Parade Showcase Of Floats Presented By Miracle-Gro The Post Parade Showcase of Floats Presented By Miracle-Gro will be in front of Pasadena High School on January 1 from 1 to 5 p.m. at (Sierra Madre Blvd. and Washington Blvd.), walk within feet of the floral and animated masterpieces parked for your viewing pleasure....

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Career Corner: If interviewing were dating
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Career Corner: If interviewing were dating

By Angela Copeland Interviewing for a job is a nerve racking process. When else do we want others to judge us? We spend so much time preparing – finding the perfect clothes, organizing our resume, and sneaking out of our job. We ask for recommendations from our old bosses. Not only are we judged during…

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Iconic Van DeKamp Windmill Falls Off Motor in Arcadia

No one hurt in the early morning incident Story and Photos by Terry Miller Almost a year and a half ago we told you about a man and his great plan to get Denny’s Iconic windmill running again. Well, we are sad to report that on Friday morning, Dec 29, the iconic landmark fell off...
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Arcadia Police Blotter Dec. 17 – Dec. 23

Dec. 17 Shortly before 7:34 p.m., officers responded to Home Liquor, 502 ½ East Live Oak Avenue, regarding a robbery report. The victim, a clerk at the store, said two men entered the business, and while asking for change, one suspect displayed a handgun and the victim gave the suspects approximately $500.00 in cash. They...

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January College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz Winter break is over. I hope your children got the opportunity to de-stress, enjoyed time away from school, and just delighted in being teenagers. The years between middle and high school aren’t that long and once gone, will never come back.  Give your children the chance to…

LATEST NEWS

News

Iconic Van DeKamp Windmill Falls Off Motor in Arcadia

No one hurt in the early morning incident Story and Photos by Terry Miller Almost a year and a half ago we told you about a man and his great plan to get Denny’s Iconic windmill running again. Well, we are sad to report that on Friday morning, Dec 29, the iconic landmark fell off...
Blotters

Arcadia Police Blotter Dec. 17 – Dec. 23

Dec. 17 Shortly before 7:34 p.m., officers responded to Home Liquor, 502 ½ East Live Oak Avenue, regarding a robbery report. The victim, a clerk at the store, said two men entered the business, and while asking for change, one suspect displayed a handgun and the victim gave the suspects approximately $500.00 in cash. They...
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Dec. 29 – Jan. 5

Editor’s Pick: Post Parade Showcase Of Floats Presented By Miracle-Gro The Post Parade Showcase of Floats Presented By Miracle-Gro will be in front of Pasadena High School on January 1 from 1 to 5 p.m. at (Sierra Madre Blvd. and Washington Blvd.), walk within feet of the floral and animated masterpieces parked for your viewing pleasure....

HEALTH & FITNESS

Opinion
Career Corner: If interviewing were dating
Columns

Career Corner: If interviewing were dating

By Angela Copeland Interviewing for a job is a nerve racking process. When else do we want others to judge us? We spend so much time preparing – finding the perfect clothes, organizing our resume, and sneaking out of our job. We ask for recommendations from our old bosses. Not only are we judged during…

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Education
January College Search Guide
Education

January College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz Winter break is over. I hope your children got the opportunity to de-stress, enjoyed time away from school, and just delighted in being teenagers. The years between middle and high school aren’t that long and once gone, will never come back.  Give your children the chance to…

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