Month: August, 2018

Arcadia Commuters Fed Up With Gridlock at First Avenue
News

Arcadia Commuters Fed Up With Gridlock at First Avenue

By Terry Miller Motorists’ frustrations at the intersection of First Avenue and the new Gold Line station have been evident since the trains started running in March 2016. However, the traffic signals combined with the seemingly endless crossing of light rail trains has put some drivers at a boiling point and created yet a new…

Arts & Entertainment

Debbie Korbel – Studio Visit

By Jeff Davis I recently had the opportunity to visit the sculpture studio of Debbie Korbel which is located within the massive 44,000 square foot Hawthorne Arts Complex. Debbie is one of about 60+ artists (painters, sculptors, ceramicist, photographers, resin and fiber artists) that maintain a working studio at the art mega-space. Entering her 400…

Community is Key at Copper Moose Fitness
Business Spotlight

Community is Key at Copper Moose Fitness

By Emily G. Peters Copper Moose Fitness has positioned itself as Pasadena’s “Family Gym,” with a pretty refreshing philosophy to match. According to its owners, Joseph and April Hawthorne, fitness doesn’t require youth, special equipment or complex routines—it just requires you. “So many people have an injury, ache or pain and need guidance to know…

Career Corner: Why Your Company Reviews Matter
Columns

Career Corner: Why Your Company Reviews Matter

By  Angela Copeland Every once in a while, I’m talking to a job seeker when something happens that I’m not expecting. It’s especially surprising with the job seeker doesn’t currently have a job and is unemployed. I’ll say, “What about this company? They’re hiring! This looks like a great job opportunity.” Without missing a beat,…

An Interview With 49th District Assemblymember Ed Chau
Featured

An Interview With 49th District Assemblymember Ed Chau

By Galen Patterson Recently, Arcadia Weekly talked with Assemblyman Ed Chau about his time in office as the 49th District Assemblymember. Currently, Ed Chau is pitted against Arcadian Burton Brink in the 2018 election cycle. Arcadia Weekly (AW): Mr. Chau, you have a background in law, could you elaborate more on that? Ed Chau (EC): Sure, I…

Top 5 Best Restaurants to Visit in Santa Barbara
Travel

Top 5 Best Restaurants to Visit in Santa Barbara

By Donna Polizzi Keys 2 the Coast has chosen five of the best restaurants in Santa Barbara. With over 300 restaurants in Santa Barbara, this was a deliciously difficult task for our trusted recreational foodies. Our methodology was to carefully select establishments that have gone the distance to delight locals and visitors, for many years.  A combination of delectable dishes,…

Arcadia Snags Huge Victory In Season Opener
Sports

Arcadia Snags Huge Victory In Season Opener

By Aaron Valdez If there is any team that knows how to start a season on the right foot, the Arcadia football team certainly knows how to get it done as the Apaches roll to a 64-0 win over La Salle in the inaugural game of the 2018 season. Prior to kickoff, spectators were presented…

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