The chatter in the room was telling:
“Oh, my god, Kelsey, this is so cute!” one girl exclaimed.
“Ow!” another said.
“Adorable!” a third girl announced.
“Oopsies,” a fourth girl said. Continue reading “Learning This Skill is Soooo Fun!”
By Avery Yang
The morning sun glitters off the many model granite countertops — some gray, some black, some an off-beige — on display at Coram Design Center. Continue reading “LCHS Grad Seeks to Fuse Non- and For-Profit Worlds”
The following was written by Saira Singh, special to the Outlook.
The recent sweltering summer mornings have not deterred the Diggers, a garden club whose devoted members make certain the grounds of San Marino’s Old Mill are well tended throughout the year.
A nonprofit organization founded in 1924, the club includes approximately 30 active women members who oversee maintenance of the historic building’s landscape. Continue reading “Old Mill is Horticultural Gem, Thanks to the Diggers”
It’s happening with police officers all across the country, and it’s no different for those who wear the uniform of the San Marino Police Department. They look over their shoulder more frequently. Survey their surroundings more carefully when driving in the field. Approach a potentially violent situation with a heightened degree of caution. Continue reading “National Climate Leaves SMPD a Little More Wary”
That bachelor’s degree in engineering science is already coming in handy for Michael Lin, who took over as Carver Elementary School’s principal at the beginning of this month. Continue reading “Lin Engineers Upgrades as Carver’s New Principal”
Candice Young has stepped foot in 40 countries, including 27 since she graduated from UC Davis in 2011 with a degree in biological sciences.
Along the way, no nation has captured the 26-year-old La Cañada High School graduate’s heart like Nepal. Continue reading “LCHS Grad Steps Up Big for Nepal”
La Cañada Flintridge resident Courtney B. Vance’s first Emmy nomination was one of a whopping 22 earned by “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” the stellar FX production in which he played a key part. Continue reading “LCF’s Vance Receives Emmy Nomination for Cochran Role”
Jamie Lewsadder’s dream job got even better Tuesday, when the Governing Board welcomed her, unanimously, into her role as La Cañada Unified School District’s first chief technology officer. Continue reading “Lewsadder Named District’s First Chief Tech Officer”
“Please, ‘Pokémon Go’ responsibly.” Consider that a public service reminder from Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Captain Bill Song. Continue reading “Be Alert When Pursuing Pokémon”
The recent game app craze Pokemon Go has universally captured the imagination of growing crowds of players, perhaps providing a temporary and carefree distraction from other more disturbing events happening around the world and in our country recently. Unfortunately, the obsessive nature of the game is distracting players to the point that attacks and injuries are occurring in unsafe areas or late at night, some resulting in car accidents. Continue reading “Treasure Hunts Are a Magical Staple of Childhood”