The Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 262 new deaths and 6,492 new cases of confirmed COVID-19. The number of new cases and deaths reported today, Wednesday, reflects the fact that testing sites were closed for the holiday weekend and there is slightly less testing capacity with the conversion of […]
Planning and Peace of Mind
How about some serenity in the midst of the chaos, confusion and dissent? I found myself remembering the old Seinfeld episode … “Serenity now!”
Levity is always good as is focusing on what we can control. The Serenity Prayer calls for wisdom with courage to change the things we are able to […]
The Specialty Advertising Association of California (SAAC), the regional voice of the promotional products industry in California for more than 60 years, announced that Stephen Ropfogel of HALO Branded Solutions has been elected to serve as president of the board of directors. Ropfogel succeeds Tara Villanueva, MAS, of Geiger who will continue to serve on […]
On Jan. 8 the Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors® hosted its 114th Annual Inaugural and Awards Ceremony held virtually. The celebration of excellence, themed Leading Change, honored the local Realtor® community in its public service and fight to protect homeownership, while installing the 2021 officers and directors.
Rep. Adam B. Schiff delivered a message and newly installed Pasadena […]
David and Dena Blood announced the marriage of their daughter Katelyn Carole to Craig Adair Busch Jr., son of the late Craig Busch and Lisa Busch. Katie and Craig were married for time and all eternity in the Provo Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Jan. 5.
Katie and Craig are […]
The Pasadena Society of Artists recently held its 95th Annual Juried Exhibition at local studio White’s Gallery, awarding various artists with prestigious honors. Among these was Vibiana Aparicio-Chamberlin, who received The Martin Mondrus Memorial Award for best portrait for her work “Tia Blanca,” watercolor with ink on paper.
Martin Mondrus was a printmaker, painter and a PSA […]
Dr. Kingman Ho joined Adventist Health Glendale as medical officer on Jan. 4. Dr. Ho brings deep experience as both a physician and operational leader that has led to marked improvements in physician engagement and alignment, significant care redesign, physician and payor contracting, and the development of hospital partnerships that drive innovation and additional service […]
By Robin GOLDSWORTHY
Whether a power outage, Red Flag wind warning, or earthquake, Paul Dutton wants to make sure his Crescenta Valley neighbors are prepared for any type of emergency. Dutton is a Community Emergency Response Team – CERT – coordinator, Red Cross volunteer, and professional emergency preparedness consultant. He has worked diligently to inform and […]
Julie J. Sprengel has been appointed president of CommonSpirit Health’s newly expanded Southern California division. In this role, Sprengel will continue to oversee Dignity Health hospitals in Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County and Clark County, Nevada. Joining the newly formed division will be the Dignity Health hospitals from Central Coast and Central California – […]
Members of CV Weekly helped Steve Pierce of the CV Chamber of Commerce with the monthly cleanup of the La Crescenta off-ramp of the 210 Freeway. Other civic-minded individuals and businesses are invited to make the commitment to help with the monthly cleanup. Contact Steve at (818) 259-5195 for more information.