Month: August, 2018

Old Pasadena Yappy Hour Returns
Arts & Entertainment

Old Pasadena Yappy Hour Returns

On Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Pasadena dog owners can leash up their four-legged furry friends and head to Old Pasadena for the second Yappy Hour, a doggy meet-up that showcases the city’s adorably cute pooches. Join the fun on Big Bang Theory Way, outside Dog Haus Biergarten, at 93 E. Green…

Aug. 17 – Aug. 23
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Aug. 17 – Aug. 23

EDITOR’S PICK Green Street Jazz Quartet at Myrtle Tree Garden Café & Market, Aug. 19 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. (407 S. Myrtle Ave., Monrovia, CA 91016). This will be a night of sizzling jazz, Latin tunes, and maybe some of your requests. Admission is free. For more information, visit myrtletreecafe.com or call (626) 386-5024….

Is Media Really ‘The enemy of the American people?’
opinion

Is Media Really ‘The enemy of the American people?’

Troubling tenacity of Trump’s tweets torments the fourth estate By Terry Miller For most of the past 19 months, U.S. President Donald Trump’s horrific media ambush has garnered international attention and reaction unlike any other administration in recent memory. Editors of the Boston Globe had a splendid idea last week. They asked news organizations throughout…

Pasadena YWCA Hosts Blockchain 101
Education

Pasadena YWCA Hosts Blockchain 101

Learn about the hottest topic in the tech world right now. Join other business professionals to learn and build relationships at First Foundation Bank (301 N. Lake Ave.) on Aug. 23 from 9 – 11 a.m. All professions and backgrounds are welcome. They will answer questions such as: Why do I need to know about…

Arcadia Hosts World’s Largest Succulent and Cactus Show
Community

Arcadia Hosts World’s Largest Succulent and Cactus Show

By Galen Patterson The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanical Gardens hosted the world’s largest succulent and cactus show. The show consisted of more than 1,200 succulents and cacti that were displayed as part of the competition. On the morning of Aug. 11, hundreds of plant enthusiasts streamed into the Arboretum to witness the placements…

Free English Conversation Classes Offered in Arcadia
Community

Free English Conversation Classes Offered in Arcadia

Can you read and understand basic English, but would like to practice your conversation and pronunciation skills? Make friends, practice speaking, and improve your English skills in a relaxed, informal setting starting on Monday, Aug. 20, at 9:30 a.m. at the Arcadia Public Library’s Cay Mortenson Auditorium. This class lets students work in small groups…

Protravel Proves That Travel Agents Are Actually Thriving
Business Spotlight

Protravel Proves That Travel Agents Are Actually Thriving

By Emily G. Peters Travel agents are sometimes regarded as a relic of the past, lumped in with rotary phones or watching TV shows on an actual television. Yet Protravel International is proving the opposite: travel agents are not only alive, they’re thriving. The sentiment is embodied in Gloria Lopez, manager of Protravel International’s Sierra…

Arcadia Apaches Ranked No. 4 In Preseason Poll
Sports

Arcadia Apaches Ranked No. 4 In Preseason Poll

By Aaron Valdez After a long and grueling offseason, those Friday Night Lights will finally return as the Arcadia football team embarks on its 2018 campaign starting with its first game against La Salle on Friday. This is arguably one of the most highly anticipated seasons in recent memory, as the Apaches have progressively improved…

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