Date: February 14th, 2020

Why Accessible Luxury Is Winning Over Millennials and Gen Z
Business

Why Accessible Luxury Is Winning Over Millennials and Gen Z

By Nemanja Marinkoff Sure, Millennials and Generation Z people are still young but soon they will account for over 50% of shoppers, especially luxury shoppers around the world. So, what can brands do in order to get on Millennial and Gen Z’s good side? The answer lies in accessibility. In order to be comprehensive to…

The Huntington Acquires New Archives
Arts & Entertainment

The Huntington Acquires New Archives

Among them is a colonial plot to defraud Native Americans of ancestral land The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens recently announced that it has acquired a recently discovered archive documenting an 18th-century investigation into a land deal—the so-called Walking Purchase—that defrauded the Lenni Lenape (known to Europeans as Delawares) out of more than…

Gershwin and Debussy Lead the Pasadena Symphony in Ode to Romance
Arts & Entertainment

Gershwin and Debussy Lead the Pasadena Symphony in Ode to Romance

Plus Oscar and Grammy Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino’s Voyage Music Director David Lockington and the Pasadena Symphony continue the 2019/2020 Symphony Classics season with Gershwin/Debussy on Saturday, Feb. 15 at Ambassador Auditorium with matinee and evening performances at 2 and 8 p.m. This Valentine’s program opens with Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man and celebrated film composer Michael Giacchino’s interstellar Voyage. Nick Kendall, of Time for Three, brings his infectious…

California Philharmonic Marks 25th Anniversary of Presenting Summer Concert Seasons in 2020
Arts & Entertainment

California Philharmonic Marks 25th Anniversary of Presenting Summer Concert Seasons in 2020

2020 is an exciting year for the California Philharmonic, celebrating two momentous anniversaries – Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday and its 25th anniversary of presenting summer concert seasons. In 1995, Music Director Victor Vener founded the California Philharmonic Orchestra that soon attracted 4,000 to 5,000 music lovers to concerts at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and…

A Visit to Point Cabrillo Light Station on the Mendocino Coast
Travel

A Visit to Point Cabrillo Light Station on the Mendocino Coast

By Greg Aragon Through the morning fog we could see the outline of the 100-year-old light station, standing guard along jagged cliffs above the Pacific Ocean. Easing closer, the sound and mist of the ocean waves became powerful and hauntingly beautiful. We knew we were in a special place. My getaway to Point Cabrillo Light…

San Gabriel Valley Economic Forecast Summit Slated for March
Business

San Gabriel Valley Economic Forecast Summit Slated for March

The San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership and Cal Poly Pomona have announced the San Gabriel Valley Economic Forecast Summit, to be held 8 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. This event, which has been held annually since 2011, highlights the release of a detailed report on the global, national, and local economic outlook….

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