A visitor recently ventured into Jones Coffee Roasters looking for the proprietor and asked a teenage employee where he might find Mireya Jones.
“You mean my grandma?” came the reply. Continue reading “Keeping Up — and Caffeinated — with the Joneses”
San Marino police officers had their handcuffs full on Oct. 4 and 5, arresting seven suspects in four unrelated incidents within city limits.
In the early hours of Oct. 4, officers arrested a Pasadena man for a vehicle stolen in Beverly Hills and also arrested two female passengers inside the vehicle on suspicion of attempted auto theft of a San Marino resident’s car. Continue reading “SMPD Totals Seven Arrests in Two-Day Span”
The home stretch for San Marino City Council campaigns means residents can count on candidates stumping, public debates on the merits of measures and election shenanigans from shadowy schemers. Continue reading “Attack Campaign Mailer Draws Ire of City”
Stress, drugs and talkin’ goals.
Those were the topics of conversation at Partnership for Awareness’ “Not In Our Town” event last week in San Marino, as a panel of four local leaders spoke candidly about issues facing adolescents and challenged parents to re-calibrate their standards of academic expectations during a Q-and-A event co-chaired by Su Viswanathan and Ning Wu. Continue reading “PFA Stresses Healthy Mindset”
Moments after San Marino High’s Rachelle Liu took her bouquet and place among the seven 2016 Tournament of Roses Royal Court members on Monday, her mother’s eyes filled with tears — and then Chacal Liu remembered that the announcement meant her only child would take center stage at the Rose Parade on New Year’s Day. Continue reading “SMHS’ Liu Named to Royal Court”
After a poignant exhibit honoring the fallen soldiers from California debuted earlier this year at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, the foundation bearing the 40th president’s name posted a video online featuring imagery from the event interspersed with speeches delivered by Reagan. As the video nears its conclusion, Reagan is on a tarmac to welcome an American soldier’s casket home and quotes John Stuart Mill in his address. Continue reading “New Exhibit: Fallen, Not Forgotten”
Rachael Worby has a story about a story, one that leads to — you guessed it — another story. This all makes a little more sense when you discover the first story is a backstory, the second is “West Side Story” and the third is Muse/ique’s upcoming concert, “In/side Story.” Continue reading “Muse/ique Set to Share the ‘In/side Story’ with Audience Aug. 29”
The Pasadena Symphony Association boasts big-name music icons in David Lockington, Michael Feinstein and others on ticket stubs, programs and just about everything else the nonprofit prints up. But around Pasadena, the nonprofit’s president and CEO has quickly become the face of the organization. Continue reading “Pasadena Symphony Association’s Face of Success”