Month: December, 2017

News

Hillary Clinton Captures the Heart of Soul of Crown City, Friday

Former First Lady and Secretary of State and Gets Warm Welcome in Pasadena By Terry Miller Former First Lady and 67th Secretary of State under President Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton is perhaps the most well-known and high visibility political figure in American history. On Friday, Pasadena residents were treated to a rare visit from the…

Arcadia Beautiful Holiday Decoration Awards are Coming to Town
Community

Arcadia Beautiful Holiday Decoration Awards are Coming to Town

It’s already November and Santa and his elves are starting to gear up for the Holiday Decoration Awards on Dec. 14.  As the excitement of the season kicks in, haul out your decorations, string your lights, and spread holiday cheer.  Judged by the Arcadia Beautiful Commission, this annual event recognizes properties decorated in the most…

Arcadia Police Seek Robbery Suspect
News

Arcadia Police Seek Robbery Suspect

On Wednesday, Nov. 29, at about 2 p.m., Arcadia Police Officers were dispatched to a robbery which occurred in the area of Sixth Ave. and Live Oak Ave. The victim was sitting on a bus bench when the suspect walked up from behind and snatched her purse off her arm. The suspect then ran south…

Coyote Safety Meeting Slated Dec. 13
Community

Coyote Safety Meeting Slated Dec. 13

Arcadia PD invites you to a Coyote Safety Seminar at the Arcadia City Council Chambers, 240 W Huntington Dr. on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. A wildlife expert from the Pasadena Humane Society will present information on how to safeguard your family and pets from negative encounters with coyotes. For more info call (626)-821-2648.

Relaxing at The Inn at Laguna Beach
Travel

Relaxing at The Inn at Laguna Beach

By Greg Aragon Last week I wrote about the rustic charm and luxury of The Ranch at Laguna Beach. But this wasn’t the only hotel I discovered on my recent trip to the beautiful Southern California beach town. I also experienced The Inn at Laguna Beach, an iconic water-front property with lots of class and comfort. Perched…

Dining Out With Food Allergies: Expert Advice for a Safe Meal
Dining Delights

Dining Out With Food Allergies: Expert Advice for a Safe Meal

When dining out, Americans with food allergies can find restaurant visits stressful, if not hazardous. Cross-contamination, uninformed servers or mixed-up orders can easily turn a dinner date into a fiasco involving EpiPen and ambulance. The good news? Many restaurants are taking steps to accommodate America’s 12 million diners who have food allergies. Consumers can make…

Tips to Make Dining Out More Affordable
Dining Delights

Tips to Make Dining Out More Affordable

As families find themselves strapped for cash, they’re spending less money and time dining out. In response, restaurant chains are evaluating their offerings and finding new ways to entice customers. Of course, Americans can learn to dine out even while sticking close to their budgets. Uno Chicago Grill offers these tips for less-expensive dining: –…

Do Your Health Insurance Homework
Health & Fitness

Do Your Health Insurance Homework

Fall means not only shorter days and colorful leaves, but also the season of open enrollment for health insurance for most Americans. Employer-sponsored benefits can be confusing, and a combination of doing some homework and seeking expert advice can help most individuals make the most of the plans available to them. Confusion over health insurance…

Downtown Arcadia Holiday Market
Arts & Entertainment

Downtown Arcadia Holiday Market

By Jonathan Mills, Vice President Downtown Arcadia Improvement Association This time of year I am reminded of how the holiday season is upon us.  Others may claim we have a lack of seasons, but I strongly disagree, and I would venture to say many other Southern Californians think much as I do.  Our seasons are…

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