‘The New Galileos’ Coming to Caltech

‘The New Galileos,’ a play by Amy Berryman, will be presented as an online event on Thursday, April 22 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Three female climatologists find themselves detained by government bureaucrats. The scientists are given an option to disavow their research in exchange for millions of dollars … or to disappear. In an […]

Delicious Fundraiser

Delicious Fundraiser

CV Chamber of Commerce directors (from left) Robin Goldsworthy, Dr. Cynthia Livingston and Dr. J.D. Speas enjoyed dinner at Alissa’s Ocean View Bar and Grill during the chamber’s scholarship fundraiser on Thursday evening.
The fundraiser was supported by many in the community including Mike and Nancy Leum, Steve and Karen Pierce, chamber president Mike Riley, Rev. […]

Healthy Haul for Moose Lodge Food Drive

Healthy Haul for Moose Lodge Food Drive

Local Moose Lodge #641 collected dozens of boxes of food, baby products and more for local pantries Sue’s Garden and the Bailey Center. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a greater need for donated goods that are given to families and individuals in need.

April Fools’ Pranks

April 1 is historically a time when pranksters can have a laugh at the expense of unsuspecting victims. Below readers share pranks played on them.
“My dad answered my family phone with ‘City morgue. You stab them, we slab them.’ Lots of new boyfriends hung up before dad got to the ‘slab’ part. Much to our […]

People Making News

Sophia R. Daher from Glendale, a junior studying public health, Robinson Ibarra, also from Glendale, a senior studying computer science, and Tessa Coffey of La Cañada, a senior studying art, have earned spots on the Oregon State University scholastic honor roll winter 2021. A total of 8,150 students earned a B-plus (3.5) or better to […]

Ready to Mask Up

Ready to Mask Up

Cecilia Pyzow, director of Business Development at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, arranges masks for those who visit the hospital. Mask wearing is still necessary and thankfully the hospital has plenty on hand for those who might forget theirs.
Photo by Ruth SOWBY

April Fools’ Pranks

April 1 is historically a time when pranksters can have a laugh at the expense of unsuspecting victims. Below readers share pranks played on them.
“Well, to my surprise I arrived home on April Fools one year to find my parents had placed a ‘for sale’ sign in front of my house.  
“Trying to outdo my parents […]

YWCA Glendale and Pasadena-Foothill Valley Partner

The YWCA Glendale and YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley are officially joining forces to become YWCA Glendale and Pasadena.
The structure of this formal, long-term relationship is designed to further each organization’s commitment to serving women and children in the cities of Glendale and Pasadena, while strengthening the capacity and sustainability. YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley will become a subsidiary […]

Make Your Own Museum Contest

Make Your Own Museum Contest

While many of the world’s most famous museums take up enormous spaces in large cities, a group of local historic societies and bookstores have teamed up to show that size isn’t everything.
The Lanterman Historical Museum Foundation and the Historical Society of the Crescenta Valley will partner with Flintridge Bookstore and Once Upon a Time Bookstore […]

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