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Meet the New Owner of Arcadia’s Matt Denny’s Ale House Restaurant

By The Downtown Arcadia Improvement Association For this week’s column, the Downtown Arcadia Improvement Association sat down with Long Nguyen, the new owner of Matt Denny’s, for a business profile to find out more about him and what motivated him to purchase one of Arcadia’s favorite restaurants. What made you interested in owning a restaurant…

Modern Mingling: Modern Romance, Dating Deal Breakers
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Modern Mingling: Modern Romance, Dating Deal Breakers

When it’s Time to Get Out By Hedda Muskat Is your new romance riddled with so many problems that it makes your stomach turn every time you hang up the phone?  Are you in denial about it?  Potential relationship offenders have different contexts when it comes to men and women, but there are many that…

From the Desk of the CEO: The Power of Oneness
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From the Desk of the CEO: The Power of Oneness

By Jesse Dillon, Beacon Media News CEO An excellent way to decrease stress is to step out of oneself and focus on helping others.  The more we volunteer, the happier we feel.  Volunteering increases self-confidence when you are doing good for others and the community. Community Involvement is the process of engaging in conversation and collaboration with…

Modern Mingling: Tips on How To Be Less Clingy
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Modern Mingling: Tips on How To Be Less Clingy

Is Your Neediness Ruining Your Relationships? By Hedda Muskat Have you recently started dating someone new and you actually kind of like that person and you think that person likes you, but they are now missing in action?  So you call them and they say they were just busy but make plans with you anyway. …

Career Corner: Continuous Interviewing
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Career Corner: Continuous Interviewing

By Angela Copeland One of the hardest things about looking for a new job is this. Most people wait to start looking until they need a job. In other words, they’ve been fired, or they hate their work situation so much that they’re ready to quit. Does this sound familiar? The problem is, if you wait…

Highlighting Downtown Arcadia: Downtown Mixed-Use Project Q&A
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Highlighting Downtown Arcadia: Downtown Mixed-Use Project Q&A

The Downtown Arcadia Improvement Association For this week’s column, the Downtown AIA sat down with Douglas Wu of Fortune Time Development to discuss their new mixed-use project under construction at 57 Wheeler Ave in beautiful downtown Arcadia. Describe the development and what’s the estimated time of completion? The project is located at the NW corner…

Career Corner: When to Ask Your Boss for More Money
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Career Corner: When to Ask Your Boss for More Money

By Angela Copeland Who wouldn’t like to make more money? If you’ve read my column before, you probably know that I’m an advocate of changing companies every three to five years (for many industries). On top of gaining extra experience, switching has the potential to bump up your pay considerably. But, there are often times when…

Feeling Run Down, Stressed Out and Looking for Answers?
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Feeling Run Down, Stressed Out and Looking for Answers?

Dr. Tamika Henry Tell me if you’ve ever experienced this before: You go to the doctor because you’re feeling a bit off. Maybe it’s a cough, or fatigue, or lack of enjoyment in the bedroom. The doctor looks you over, asks a few questions, and gives you a course of action to fix the problem…

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