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Colorado Street Bridge: History, Heritage and Hope
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Colorado Street Bridge: History, Heritage and Hope

By Terry Miller A new book, “Arroyo” by Chip Jacobs, has recently been published by Rare Bird Books. The novel has a heavy focus on one of Pasadena’s most iconic, mysterious and forlornly rather notorious structures. For decades, hundreds of people have leaped to their deaths 150 feet from the Colorado Street Bridge onto the…

Taiwan can be a valuable partner in the global response to climate change
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Taiwan can be a valuable partner in the global response to climate change

By Chang Tzi-chin, Minister of the Environmental Protection Administration, Executive Yuan, R.O.C. (Taiwan) Concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide recorded at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii hit a historic high of 415 parts per million in May 2019. The World Meteorological Organization has also released data showing that June 2019 was the hottest month in history,…

City Council Passes New Food Hall Plan for Downtown Arcadia
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City Council Passes New Food Hall Plan for Downtown Arcadia

Local business owner threatens lawsuit against the city. By Galen Patterson Council members voted 4-0 to pass a small food hall proposal at 33 W. Huntington Drive in Downtown Arcadia. The food hall will contain seven to eight different food vendors on the ground floor of a pre-existing building, while the upper floors will continue…

Arcadia Woman Survives Cancer and Returns to Work
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Arcadia Woman Survives Cancer and Returns to Work

By Galen Patterson In September of 2015 Renee Soriano had just given birth to her third child via C- section when she began to notice strange health problems. Her body wasn’t operating the way it used to. She bruised easily, had irregular bleeding patterns and was continuously exhausted, which she may have overlooked due to…

How Do We Communicate in the Digital Age?
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How Do We Communicate in the Digital Age?

Context of communications like emotions and nonverbal cues are often neglected By Terry Miller Thousands of years ago, human beings communicated exclusively through spoken languages. Communities were small and nomadic. Gradually, people developed writing skills, creating a more permanent form of communication. As a result, folklore and oral tradition transitioned into literature. The invention of…

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