Month: July, 2018

Arcadia’s Arboretum Hosts ‘Arts Talk: Digital Nature’
Arts & Entertainment

Arcadia’s Arboretum Hosts ‘Arts Talk: Digital Nature’

“Digital Nature,” an exhibition of visual art projected onto the Arboretum’s landscape, is coming to the Arboretum in February 2019. On Saturday, July 28 at 4 p.m., three participating artists, Mia Feuer, Andrew Yang, and Chris Kallmyer, will have a conversation with curator Shirley Alexandra Watts about the intersections of nature, technology, and creative expression. The…

Fish and Chips and Battleships in San Pedro
Travel

Fish and Chips and Battleships in San Pedro

By Greg Aragon I drove to San Pedro last week for the renowned fresh seafood at San Pedro Fish Market. But when I got off the freeway and saw the profile of the legendary USS Iowa battleship, with her massive 16-inch guns protruding above the harbor, I knew I had to investigate. I also knew…

Milwaukee Food Tour 2018
Dining Delights

Milwaukee Food Tour 2018

By Galen Patterson On a recent trip to “America’s Dairyland,” my sister Hanni expressed an extreme and undying interest in visiting her post-high-school home: Milwaukee. Having not spent much time in Milwaukee I agreed to go, as did her husband, twin sister and her spouse. To maximize nostalgic value and seize the absolute most out…

Fractured FX’s Justin Raleigh Receives Third Emmy Nomination
Business

Fractured FX’s Justin Raleigh Receives Third Emmy Nomination

By Sandi Khine Located at the foot of the San Gabriel Valley, Monrovia is a city known for its Old Town on Myrtle Street, Friday night street fairs, quaint restaurants, and a supportive community. Fractured FX, a special effects studio situated in the heart of Monrovia, is a remarkable anomaly among the flashing Hollywood lights…

July 27 – Aug. 2
calendar

July 27 – Aug. 2

EDITOR’S PICK California Dreamin’ at The Langham Huntington, July 29 from 5 – 9 p.m. (1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave., Pasadena, CA 91106). Get into the season’s spirit with an evening of your favorite grilled summer dishes, seafood, sides and sweets, plus wine and local craft beer, featuring a live band and lawn games. Tickets…

Get in Involved in Arcadia’s Community Watch Program
Community

Get in Involved in Arcadia’s Community Watch Program

Recent rash of burglaries in area prompt more diligence The Arcadia Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program is administered by the Community Affairs Office. The mission of the program is to educate community residents regarding their roles and responsibilities in the prevention of crime, and to encourage them to take active measures to prevent crime. The program…

What’s Going on With Arcadia’s Lake Baldwin? Status Update
News

What’s Going on With Arcadia’s Lake Baldwin? Status Update

Part 7: Status Update By Galen Patterson With a scattered tribe and no land to call their own, the Tongva are also fighting to be recognized by the U.S. government. As mentioned previously in the series, the Spanish Mission System in California incorporated native tribes into Christianity and thus removed many of the tribal names…

1 2 3 4 10