Date: April 2nd, 2019

Local Opera Virtuoso Leads the Verdi Chorus
Arts & Entertainment

Local Opera Virtuoso Leads the Verdi Chorus

By May S. Ruiz It might surprise some people to know that the Pasadena City College (PCC) has an opera music program. In fact, PCC’s administrators themselves didn’t think to offer the course until Anne Marie Ketchum, a full-time faculty teacher, established it. Ketchum, a South Pasadena resident, is also the master behind the Santa…

Gloria Cox Named Arcadia Citizen of the Year
Community

Gloria Cox Named Arcadia Citizen of the Year

As an Arcadia resident for over 40 years, Gloria Cox is committed to community service and volunteerism. For nearly 15 years, Cox has volunteered with the Los Angeles (LA) County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, helping it a welcoming public garden and educational resource for the 600,000+ annual visitors that includes 17,000 students, the majority from…

Arcadia Police Invites You to Coffee and Breakfast
Community

Arcadia Police Invites You to Coffee and Breakfast

By Danelle Woodman, Editorial Intern Join your neighbors and officers for coffee and conversation—and a complimentary breakfast—with the Arcadia Police Department on Wednesday, April 17 from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. for their Coffee with A Cop event. At the event, you will also be able to take a picture with one of the department’s…

Protesters at Santa Anita Call for Complete Ban on Horse Racing
News

Protesters at Santa Anita Call for Complete Ban on Horse Racing

Opening day demonstrators call for state-wide vote to ban all horse racing By Al Stewart     Re-opened after being idle for nearly a month due to an alarming series of horse fatalities, Santa Anita Park on Sunday suffered one more tragic setback when yet another horse was euthanized after breaking a leg. Two-horses spilled…

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