Tag: Arcadia

Sign of the Times
Crime

Sign of the Times

  Arcadia warns residents of recent burglaries The Arcadia Police Dept. has taken a proactive approach to fighting residential burglaries which have been occurring regularly in the neighborhood near Duarte and Second Avenue. The electronic sign warns people to call the police if they see something suspicious.

Pedestrian Killed in Arcadia
Crime

Pedestrian Killed in Arcadia

  A man died after being struck by a vehicle along Live Oak Avenue in Arcadia on Wednesday afternoon, officials said. The deadly collision took place about 5:30 p.m. on Live Oak Avenue near 6th Avenue, according to a press release sent out by Arcadia Police. The 40-year old male was walking in the eastbound traffic…

Senior Seminar
Community

Senior Seminar

Arcadia Senior Services is hosting free informational seminars on various topics concerning seniors at the Arcadia Community Center, 365 Campus Drive. The topics and dates are as follows: – Thursday, Jan. 12 at 1:30 p.m., Learn LA Metro and Senior Discount Sign-ups. -Presented by LA Metro. – Thursday, Jan. 19 at 1:30 p.m., Golf –…

ANW’S ‘A Christmas Carol’ Is a Glorious Production
Arts & Entertainment

ANW’S ‘A Christmas Carol’ Is a Glorious Production

  By May S. Ruiz The joyful observance of the holiday season isn’t complete without annual traditions one remembers with nostalgia. At A Noise Within (ANW), the classical repertory theatre company in Pasadena, it means a restaging of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Celebrating its 25th anniversary and its fifth production of this time-honored tale,…

This Week’s Events
Arts & Entertainment, calendar

This Week’s Events

EDITOR’S PICK: An Old-Fashioned Holiday at the Queen Anne Cottage (Dec. 11 @ 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, 301 N. Baldwin Ave.) Stroll down memory lane and view treasures and furnishings normally seen only through the windows of the charming Victorian-era cottage. The dwelling, decorated in its’ Christmas…

Arcadia City Council Honors Dorothy Denne for Years of Laughter
Community

Arcadia City Council Honors Dorothy Denne for Years of Laughter

By Katta Hules This week’s city council meeting saw long-time Arcadia Weekly columnist Dorothy Denne receiving the Mayor’s Certificate of Commendation for her weekly column. Dorothy’s Place has been running since before the inception of the paper and is now ending. Denne called the decision ‘bittersweet,’ saying, “Twenty-three years is a long time. It’s a…

High Praise Indeed
Community

High Praise Indeed

  Dorothy Denne’s column, (“Dorothy’s Place”) may be gone from pages of Arcadia Weekly but certainly not forgotten by the community who loved her wit and repartee. Former Mayor, George Fasching who’s never at a loss for words, put his thoughts on the issue on his sign at the car wash last week.

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