The Huntington Library’s famed Chinese Garden will undergo its final construction phase this fall and complete its journey to becoming one of the largest of its kind in the world. Continue reading “Chinese Garden Entering Final Phase”
After more than a year of searching, the Huntington Library has selected its new president, naming academic Karen Lawrence as the new executive last week.
Lawrence will take the helm on Sept. 1 as the institution’s ninth president, replacing Laura Trombley, who resigned March 2017 after receiving a Twain Scholarship award and embarking on a book-length study. Lawrence, who has spent the past decade as president of Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York, will live at the Huntington Library. Continue reading “Huntington Library Names New President”
For good, better or worse, San Marino residents and workers were treated to a year full of events, happenings and developments.
In observance of the end of 2017, The Outlook has highlighted 17 of the biggest of stories in San Marino. Continue reading “Election Tops 2017 Stories”
The Junior League of Pasadena Inc. will hold its fourth annual Simply Speaking silent auction and dinner on April 29, with event proceeds supporting its community outreach initiatives and charitable efforts in Pasadena and the surrounding communities.
Continue reading “Junior League to Honor Local Women at Fundraiser”
With an unassuming humility, Dick Durant on March 23 accepted the prestigious Paul Harris Fellow award from Rotary Club of San Marino at the club’s annual award luncheon.
“I’m overwhelmed,” Durant told the crowd upon receiving his award, brimming with gratitude despite his low-key demeanor. Continue reading “Durant’s Illustrious Volunteer Past Earns Rotary’s Paul Harris Nod”