Monthly Archives: September, 2020

Though Airport’s Traffic Lags, Finances Relatively Steady

Hollywood Burbank Airport, like similar facilities across the nation that have been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, continues to see a drastic drop...

Adventist Health Glendale Celebrates 115 Years of Caring for the Community

When the Glendale Sanitarium opened Aug. 24, 1905, founder Ellen G. White envisioned a healing space in which to care for the mind, body...

Obituary | Norman Perry Mandel

Norman Perry Mandel was born in Los Angeles, California, and lost his battle with cancer September 10, 2020. A first-generation American who attended UCLA...

Obituary | Anna Patricia Farrar

Anna Patricia (Austin) Farrar, known to everyone as Pat, was born on April 24, 1939, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to John (Jack) and...

Portantino Discusses Pandemic Fallout, Housing

Last week provided an opportunity for state Sen. Anthony Portantino to appear at last — albeit virtually — as . “Full disclosure,” Portantino said in...

101-Year-Old Grows a Great Pumpkin

It’s great to have life goals at the age of 101, and it’s even better to exceed them. That combination of phenomena recently took place...

Chen Speaks Out Against Anti-Asian Racism

Kathleen Chen had seen — and heard — enough. When an 89-year-old Cantonese grandmother was slapped and set on fire in New York in...

School Board Candidates Offer Range of Views at Forum

Local voters who watched a virtual forum last week got a good preview of what they’ll get when they elect two of five candidates...

At Last, Community Services Director Job Close to Being Filled

At long last, the city may have its new community services director, who will take the wheel as the Recreation Department undergoes a metamorphosis. The...

Pasadena Showcase House of Design as Virtual Experience

This year, Pasadena Showcase House of Design enthusiasts can enjoy the 2020 house from the safety and comfort of their own homes. In October, ticket...
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