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I’m Not Your Mother!

By Von Raees, Publisher On Aug. 22, 1996 we published the first issue of the Arcadia Weekly. It was an exciting and anxious time for us. The following week, while we worked in our single-room office on First Avenue in Arcadia, we had a visitor. A tall, elegant woman with the air of a powerful…

Coming to America
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Coming to America

    Miller’s Immigration (Part Two) By Terry Miller The first thing to know about immigration is that it is a very long, drawn-out process. In my case, I came over with my family from England under what was then known as an “I” Visa, granted to foreign nationals who are journalists. So for my…

Police Blotters: July 17 to 23
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Police Blotters: July 17 to 23

    July 17 At about 4 p.m., officers responded to Nordstrom, 400 S. Baldwin Ave., regarding a report of fraudulent activity. An investigation revealed the suspects were planning to make a large purchase using fraudulent credit cards with stolen account information. The suspects were contacted and found to be in possession of fraudulent cards…

Keeping the Coyotes Away
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Keeping the Coyotes Away

    By Katta Hules  Coyotes are becoming a problem in Arcadia. Individual animals and packs are being sighted with more frequency, causing concern. “Coyotes roaming the streets ha[ve] been a problem for decades in Arcadia,” says Mayor Tom Beck. Beck has experienced coyotes firsthand. “I walk a lot, so I observe coyotes walking down…

Monthly Art Column (7/21/16 Issue)
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Monthly Art Column (7/21/16 Issue)

  By Jeff Davis Michael Sistig’s first solo painting and sculpture exhibition in the US, “MATTER,” is on exhibit at the El Segundo Museum of Art (ESMOA) and runs through Sept. 25. For more information, visit: http://esmoa.org/experience/experience-23-matter or call (424) 277-1020. The exhibit raises basic questions about life, science, evolution, time/space, mythology, and their intersection….

One Immigrant’s Tale of Two Countries
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One Immigrant’s Tale of Two Countries

    Like Father – Like Son By Terry Miller Many of you may know me as the photographer and editor for these newspapers. For the past 17 years I have photographed so many people and events in the San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles County that I have literally gone through thousands of rolls…

The Lifting Restrictions
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The Lifting Restrictions

    By Katta Hules Arcadia’s water restrictions are changing. Though Governor Jerry Brown has extended drought restrictions until January of next year, there has been an increase in rain and snowfall, allowing the state to relax some conservation efforts. This, in turn, has trickled down to the city level. “The city of Arcadia [has]…

The Long and Winding Road for Rusnak
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The Long and Winding Road for Rusnak

    By Terry Miller There have been huge changes in Arcadia’s infrastructure and architecture lately, not to mention the windmill spinning counterclockwise – perhaps indicating that we can, in fact, go back in time. But for Rusnak, the beat of the contractors’ hammer is finally near completion and the dramatic new showroom is now…

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