Month: February, 2019

March 1 – March 7
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March 1 – March 7

EDITOR’S PICK Puppies & Paintbrushes at Wheat Shop, March 2 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. (39 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA 91103). The workshop will be led by the talented artist Sarah, of Paint My Buddy, who will walk you through the steps to create a masterpiece of your pup. Tickets are $37 and…

Deadline Fast Approaching for These 4 Scholarships
Education

Deadline Fast Approaching for These 4 Scholarships

The Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund (TASF), the Cathay Bank Foundation, Royal Business Bank, and Mega Bank are offering scholarships for the fall of 2019. The deadline to apply for all scholarships listed here is Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. 2019 Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund TASF is focused on helping economically-challenged Taiwanese American youth…

Reader Response to ‘Monrovia Duarte Black Alumni…’
opinion

Reader Response to ‘Monrovia Duarte Black Alumni…’

Most of us learned from our elementary and high school history textbooks that in 1948 President Truman issued an executive order which mandated equal treatment and opportunity for all those serving in the military. That action, of course, brought high accolades to Truman – and the citizenry viewed his order as a benevolent expression of…

Arcadia Tennis, Baseball Snag Couple of Tournament Wins
Sports

Arcadia Tennis, Baseball Snag Couple of Tournament Wins

By Aaron Valdez The spring sports season is full swing and it can’t be going any better for Arcadia as the boys’ tennis team and baseball won this past weekend’s Beckman Tournament and Inland Valley Championship, respectively. Tennis The Apaches of the boys’ tennis team have set the tone for the spring season as they…

Why is Historic Preservation Important to Arcadia?
News

Why is Historic Preservation Important to Arcadia?

By Galen Patterson Arcadia’s most recent City Council meeting saw the consideration of the city’s most recent historic preservation ordinance proposal. Although the ordinance did not pass, it was not entirely dismissed. Several members of the council agreed that the city should adopt some sort of policy on historic preservation, but the concerns of the…

Snow, Wind Turbines and Reuben Sandwiches in Tehachapi
Travel

Snow, Wind Turbines and Reuben Sandwiches in Tehachapi

By Greg Aragon I love a scenic, Sunday drive. And when it includes things like snow, giant wind turbines and great food, then I know it’s a winner. Such was the case this past weekend when a couple friends and I drove to the small town of Tehachapi, about 115 miles north of Los Angeles….

Is an Electric or a Manual Toothbrush Better for Kids?
opinion

Is an Electric or a Manual Toothbrush Better for Kids?

By Kenneth J. Canzoneri, DDS. Dear Dr. KC:  We have two children that are six and 10 years old.  They act like their toothbrush is an instrument of torture.  They tolerate a manual toothbrush—at times!  My husband and I wonder if an electric toothbrush is a good idea. – Toothbrush Challenged Dear Toothbrush Challenged: It…

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