Date: March 8th, 2018

Local Newspapers Flourish in ‘Fake News’ Era
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Local Newspapers Flourish in ‘Fake News’ Era

Readers’ Choice 2018 Revisits the “Power of the Press” It’s been a tough couple of years for business, particularly the newspaper business. People appear to be reading less print and spending time, albeit brief, on digital devices and perusing social media threads. Beacon Media News’ papers, notably Arcadia Weekly, Monrovia Weekly, Pasadena Independent, and Sierra…

City of Arcadia Seeks Residents to Serve on Newly Formed Citizen’s Financial Advisory Committee
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City of Arcadia Seeks Residents to Serve on Newly Formed Citizen’s Financial Advisory Committee

Citizen’s financial advisory committee The City of Arcadia is seeking qualified candidates to serve on the newly formed Citizen’s Financial Advisory Committee. The City Council will appoint Committee members to serve in an advisory capacity to help review the City’s long-term financial forecast, and provide recommendations to the City Council for revenue enhancements and cost…

March 9 – March 15
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March 9 – March 15

Your Weekly Events March 9 No Boundaries 13, the 13th annual showcase of Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) student art, opens March 9th from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., at First United Methodist Church (500 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91101). Hundreds of artwork by K-12 students will be on view during the three days…

Living it up in Lodi, California
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Living it up in Lodi, California

By Greg Aragon Besides being one of California’s most productive wine producing regions, Lodi is also full of natural beauty, charm and history. I recently spent a couple days in town and I already can’t wait to return for more. My getaway began when a friend and I took the 5 Freeway north from Pasadena…