Month: January, 2019

The Fall of the House of Baldwin
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The Fall of the House of Baldwin

Part 4: other artifacts By Galen Patterson The McCaslin family did not want to demolish Anoakia. The property was an institution, and they knew it. The family tried work out different ways to preserve the property, but in the end, developing was the decision they came to. The original owner within the McCaslin family, Lowry…

Arcadia Educational Foundation Announces 2018-19 Mini-Grant Winners
Education

Arcadia Educational Foundation Announces 2018-19 Mini-Grant Winners

For over 20 years, the Arcadia Educational Foundation (AEF) has supported the teachers and staff of the Arcadia Unified School District through its signature Mini-Grant Program. This year, AEF’s mini-grant program has accepted and funded 29 applications, benefiting 40 teachers and staff across the district for a total of over $21,000. AEF’s mini-grant program channels…

Arcadia Congregation Holds Inter-Faith Choral Concert
Arts & Entertainment

Arcadia Congregation Holds Inter-Faith Choral Concert

By Galen Patterson The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints hosted an inter-faith choral concert on Sunday, Jan. 27. More than 100 people of different faiths piled into the church hall for the supreme acoustic gathering that ensued. The performers numbered 19, though the program highlighted 21 by name. The performers would occasionally…

Feb. 1 – Feb. 7
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Feb. 1 – Feb. 7

EDITOR’S PICK Queen Nation at The Rose, Feb. 1 at 10 p.m. (245 E. Green St., Pasadena, CA 91101). Watch the “world’s best Queen tribute band” rock the stage. Tickets are $19.50. For more information, visit WhereMusicMeetsTheSoul.com. – PASADENA Your weekly events Feb. 1 Rare Books LA at the Pasadena Convention Center, Feb. 1 at…

Expectations Versus Reality of Weight Loss
Health & Fitness

Expectations Versus Reality of Weight Loss

Searching for weight loss information on the internet can feel like rummaging around a yard sale, hoping to find a fitting tablecloth. It can be tough to sort through what works and what doesn’t. I never knew that the master cleanse was a thing, until one of my clients came up to me looking much…

Chinese New Year 2019, Year of the Pig
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Chinese New Year 2019, Year of the Pig

By Sandi Khine Xīn nián kuài lè! Marked by red envelopes, special festivities, and an abundance of food and drink, Chinese New Year is a valued opportunity to celebrate and get together for families around the world. Chinese New Year has been celebrated for thousands of years, but its exact origins are shrouded in legends…

Rolling into Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Travel

Rolling into Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

By Greg Aragon Las Vegas is an exciting place, full of incredible and luxurious hotels and casinos. But, a few miles off The Strip, there is a natural wonderland with a visual payoff that no slot machine or glitzy show can match. It is called Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and it is a…

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