Date: June 11th, 2020

The Huntington to Reopen Gardens July 1
Arts & Entertainment

The Huntington to Reopen Gardens July 1

The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens will reopen most of its 130 acres of gardens—with new safety measures in place—on July 1 to visitors with advance tickets (and on June 17 to Huntington members with advance tickets). During July and August, The Huntington will also be open on Tuesdays, historically a day it…

The Generation that will Change the World
Education

The Generation that will Change the World

By May S. Ruiz  The high school class 2020 is a generation whose lives have been upended by the global pandemic. While it can be argued that being asked to stay home as we wage a war against a disease is a far cry from having to fight a war on the battlefields as the…

Controversy Ensues Over Local Elected Official’s Comments at BLM Protest
News

Controversy Ensues Over Local Elected Official’s Comments at BLM Protest

Lawmakers introduce proposals for police reform As growing vocal protests at Library Park continued last week, demonstrators were protesting in the 300 block of South Myrtle Avenue in Monrovia when a motorist started a conflict by brandishing a gun at some young people exercising their First Amendment rights. Additionally, some in the community took exception…

Career Corner: BLM in the Workplace
Columns

Career Corner: BLM in the Workplace

By Angela Copeland The last three months have been heavy, really heavy, and now, here we are. Things are heavier. But, unlike COVID-19, racial issues have been there all along. They aren’t new but some of us have had the luxury not to think about them every day. I saw a notable quote this week…

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