Date: February 20th, 2019

Arts & Entertainment

Visiting David Leitch’s Studio—Experiencing His Creativity

By Jeff Davis This month I visited the art studio of David Leitch. The artist focuses primarily on abstract wood sculpture and is also a well known furniture designer and manufacturer for restaurants, offices and creative spaces in Los Angeles. His sculptural work is currently on exhibit in the foyer gallery of the Hawthorne Arts…

Conditional Approval for Arcadia rEWMP Project Area
News

Conditional Approval for Arcadia rEWMP Project Area

By Susan Motander The reaction to that headline should have been a resounding “What?”.  This is an important issue as it may affect your taxes and water rates. But first, you will need a few explanations and definitions. An Enhanced Watershed Management Plan is an EWMP (pronounced E-Wimp – appropriately).  An rEWMP is a revised EWMP…

Arcadia’s Primo Toastmasters Hosts Public Open House Event
Community

Arcadia’s Primo Toastmasters Hosts Public Open House Event

Primo Toastmasters  invites residents to its open house to meet members and watch special guest speaker, Distinguished Toastmaster and CEO of Creative Landscape Solutions Jim Raney, talk about the importance of communication skills for today’s professional and how that impacts one’s journey in their career and their life. “Since 2013 Primo Toastmasters has been working hard to provide a supportive and positive environment that members and the surrounding community can come to, in the interest of developing their communication and leadership skills. Our number one mission is help…

City Spotlight on Santa Ynez
Travel

City Spotlight on Santa Ynez

Keys 2 the Coast recently discovered a fantastic hideaway that is the perfect place to stay in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley. The tiny town of Santa Ynez, population 4,418, the is in the midst of wine country, 51 miles north of Santa Barbara and 65 miles south of San Luis Obispo. The…

Arcadia City Council Hears Public Concerns Over Historic Preservation
News

Arcadia City Council Hears Public Concerns Over Historic Preservation

By Galen Patterson Many Arcadians voiced their opinions on the matter at the City Council meeting on the evening of Feb. 19. Marcello Vavala, a member of The Los Angeles Conservancy, a county-wide non-profit organization focused on educating and promoting historic preservation within the county, told the city that in his professional opinion, the proposed…

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