Date: May 16th, 2018

Pirates Cove
Travel

Pirates Cove

By Donna Polizzi The California Central Coast offers some of the best views and hiking trails on the Pacific coastline and Pirate’s Cove is one of those places. More and more visitors are becoming aware of this nature lover’s paradise, in San Luis Obispo County. Wedged between Pismo Beach and Avila Beach, Pirate’s Cove is…

An Arcadian Mother-Son Legacy
Community

An Arcadian Mother-Son Legacy

By Galen Patterson Mother’s Day has a way of making flowers appear. Perhaps the very nature of the seasonal change inspires humans to present their life-givers with an offering of renewal and beauty. This mother’s day, the Los Angeles County Arboretum held a locally-noteworthy event; a history lesson into the life and papers of Anita…

A Day in Paradise at Glen Ivy Hot Springs
Travel

A Day in Paradise at Glen Ivy Hot Springs

By Greg Aragon Life can get hectic with work, school, traffic or kids. When this happens one must remember the importance of keeping the mind, body, and soul in good form. To help keep my Zen in the right place, I love to visit Glen Ivy Hot Springs, a soothing sanctuary located in the majestic rolling hills…

Arcadia Volleyball Falls Short In CIF Quarterfinals
Sports

Arcadia Volleyball Falls Short In CIF Quarterfinals

By Aaron Valdez While it was good while it lasted, the Arcadia boys’ volleyball team’s magical season came to a close as the Apaches were ousted by Saddleback Valley Christian in the CIF-SS Division 2 Quarterfinals on Saturday. Much like the other spring sports at Arcadia High School, including baseball, golf and badminton, the boys’…