Month: August, 2019

Arcadia Volleyball Has Up and Down Week
Sports

Arcadia Volleyball Has Up and Down Week

By Nathan Foster The Arcadia High School varsity volleyball teams had an up and down week to open their season. Both the JV and varsity squads defeated San Marino but dropped their contests against Flintridge Sacred Heart. The Apaches varsity team dominated the San Marino Titans 3-0 (25-12, 25-8, 25-16) on Tuesday at home. The…

Enjoying the Charms of Cambridge
Travel

Enjoying the Charms of Cambridge

By May S. Ruiz I love college towns – they’re typically alive with students either hurrying off to lecture, tutorial, or the library, or leisurely heading out for a cup of tea with friends. Mingling with the young crowd are usually tourists with a map in hand, trying unsuccessfully to find a specific site on…

Older Arcadians Invited to Transportation Pop-up Event
Community

Older Arcadians Invited to Transportation Pop-up Event

Stop by the Arcadia Community Center, 365 Campus Drive, on Tuesday, Sept. 10 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. for Metro’s Older Adult Transportation Pop-Up and learn everything there is to know about using public transportation. Hosted by LA County Metro, this event will include information on the On the Move Riders program, all about TAP cards, trip…

Relaxing and Resting in Redondo Beach
Travel

Relaxing and Resting in Redondo Beach

By Greg Aragon Southern California has so many great beach towns that it is sometimes hard to choose one to visit. While most are beautiful and perfect destinations, some are more crowded and touristy than others. One of my favorite, quieter beach towns is Redondo Beach, where charming hotels and a historic pier set the stage for relaxing near…

Modern Day Gold Rush
Travel

Modern Day Gold Rush

By Donna Polizzi The Central Coast Wine Region has become a modern- day gold rush. People are jumping on the bandwagon, and in some cases, “can wagon.” Wine bars, wineries and breweries are popping up all over the California Central Coast. Talking with owners and wine makers has revealed that this industry has become a…

Career Corner: What Have You Done in the Last Five Years?
Columns

Career Corner: What Have You Done in the Last Five Years?

By Angela Copeland There’s a new question emerging in the world of job seeking. It’s something I never expected. It doesn’t happen in every interview but it happens enough that it’s worth mentioning. As you grow in your career, companies expect more. More senior roles require more experience. Job descriptions will ask for 10 or…

Aug. 23 – Aug. 29
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Aug. 23 – Aug. 29

EDITOR’S PICK Old Pasadena ‘80s Dance Party at the south end of Big Bang Theory Way, Aug. 28 from 6-8:30 p.m. (93 E. Green St., Pasadena, CA 91105). DJ Glenn Red will be on hand spinning rad tunes that feature the very best of 1980s music genres, including new wave, post-punk, new romantics, ska, techno,…

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