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Digging Into Community With Monrovia Community Garden
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Digging Into Community With Monrovia Community Garden

By Emily Glory Peters It’s winter, but things are still growing at Monrovia Community Garden, a new hub for urban farmers and locals with a hankering for fresh produce. Jointly sponsored by the City of Monrovia and Mountainside Communion Church, the garden has swiftly become fertile soil for neighborly connection. “A couple of years ago,…

Small-Town Cozy in Old Monrovia: Copper Still Grill
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Small-Town Cozy in Old Monrovia: Copper Still Grill

By Brianna Chu and Tom Williams Copper Still Grill’s charming pub-esque exterior houses a warm and open space on the interior. The first thing likely to catch your eye is the distinctive and eye-catching copper bar top clearly showcasing their copper theme. Given that owner Steve Kwan has owned and run bars before, such as…

Social Media Redefines Communication
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Social Media Redefines Communication

Readers’ Choice 2019 joins social media revolution Within the blink of an eye, social media became the next best way to communicate. It only takes a few seconds to send a message across the country! Anyone who is anyone, including our furry friends, has social media accounts. The evolution of technology developed social media into…

March 8 – March 14
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March 8 – March 14

Your weekly events EDITOR’S PICK ArtNight Pasadena at multiple museums throughout the city, March 8 from 6-10 p.m. (Pasadena, CA 91101, 91103, 91105). The city’s most prominent museums and cultural institutions open their doors and offer special programming. Complimentary shuttles are brought in to transport visitors around to different venues. Admission to all participating museums…

Monrovia Author Hosts Book Signing in Arcadia
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Monrovia Author Hosts Book Signing in Arcadia

Former Rose Hills funeral arranger Darlene Incando of Monrovia will discuss and sign her book, “What You Can Do Now,” on March 12 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Rod’s Grill (41 W. Huntington Drive) in Arcadia. The book goes beyond basic funeral arrangements and takes a unique look at what one can do…

Historical Legacies of Arcadia, Monrovia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre Women
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Historical Legacies of Arcadia, Monrovia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre Women

By Danelle Woodman and Isabelle Cruz Women’s History Month started off as a week-long celebration in March declared by President Jimmy Carter in 1980. According to National Women’s History Alliance, in 1987 Congress declared the whole month of March as Women’s History Month in honor and recognition of the “extraordinary achievements of American women.” This…

Reader Response to ‘Monrovia Duarte Black Alumni…’
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Reader Response to ‘Monrovia Duarte Black Alumni…’

Most of us learned from our elementary and high school history textbooks that in 1948 President Truman issued an executive order which mandated equal treatment and opportunity for all those serving in the military. That action, of course, brought high accolades to Truman – and the citizenry viewed his order as a benevolent expression of…

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