Month: August, 2018

The Peach Cafe: Purveyor of Homestyle Cuisine
Business Spotlight

The Peach Cafe: Purveyor of Homestyle Cuisine

By Emily G. Peters Myrtle Avenue in Monrovia is known for its bustling atmosphere, particularly on Friday nights—but homey gems live on the offshoots. That’s where The Peach Cafe comes in. Run by Chef Chris Grattan and Jennifer Grattan, The Peach Cafe opens its doors on Colorado Boulevard at 7:30 a.m. for early breakfasters and…

Q&A with Arcadian State Assembly Candidate Burton Brink
News

Q&A with Arcadian State Assembly Candidate Burton Brink

  By Galen Patterson On a bright, Monday afternoon, Arcadia Weekly sat down in a dark, cool Matt Denny’s booth with 49th District of the State Assembly Candidate Burton Brink to talk about his campaign and upcoming election. Arcadia Weekly (AW): You have a background in law enforcement, when did you decide you wanted to…

Two Shot to Death Wednesday Morning on Sunset Boulevard in Arcadia
News

Two Shot to Death Wednesday Morning on Sunset Boulevard in Arcadia

LASD says crime initially looks like a murder suicide By Terry Miller Approximately at 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the Arcadia Police Department received a 9-1-1 call regarding gun shots fired at an apartment complex on the 800 block of Sunset Boulevard in Arcadia According to Lt. Derrick Alfred from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s…

Make Back to School Season the Greenest Ever
Education

Make Back to School Season the Greenest Ever

Earn an A+ in sustainability this school year As millions prepare to head back to school, Waste Management of Southern California is offering parents, students, and educators practical tips to make this school year more sustainable by reducing, reusing, and recycling right – in and out of the classroom. “Back to school season is the…

It’s Time for Tantalizing Ticino, Switzerland
Travel

It’s Time for Tantalizing Ticino, Switzerland

By Greg Aragon I’ve been to the German and French speaking regions of Switzerland, but I have yet to visit the southern part of the country, near the Alps and the border of Italy, where Italian is spoken and a Mediterranean climate yields lush gardens, fine wines and a delicious variety of cuisine. Located on…

Arcadia Tennis Seeks Valiant Return To Postseason
Sports

Arcadia Tennis Seeks Valiant Return To Postseason

By Aaron Valdez When it comes to high school sports in the fall, it’s safe to say that most fans are excited for the return of football. And while the football scene at Arcadia High School is nothing to scoff at, it’s the girls’ tennis team that boasts a real chance to make a deep…

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