Yearly Archives: 2020

Rekindling a Local Holiday Tradition

The gentleman’s name is yet unknown, but a tradition the anonymous Lorain Road resident began more than a half century ago is alive and...

Titan Coach Upbeat Despite Pandemic Upheaval

In a typical year, San Marino High School’s varsity football coach is invited to be the keynote speaker at a meeting of the local...

School District Receives Donation of PPE

Samuel Kang (left), mayor of Duarte and head of total solutions at BYD Motors, donated several boxes of personal protective equipment to the San...

Let There Be Light!

San Marino Community Church livestreamed its annual tree-lighting ceremony to parishioners on Sunday evening, an event that included (socially distanced) worship and song.

Tournament of Roses Announces Lineup for Jan. 1 Celebration

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses on Tuesday announced special performances and celebrity guests for the “The Rose Parade’s New Year Celebration,” a virtual event...

The Disruption We All Need

By the Rev. Heather BlackstoneSpecial to the Tribune My oldest sister is the one who makes my parents shake their heads and ask, “Where did...

Prep Sports on Hold Again as Virus Surges

An update from CIF Southern Section Commissioner Rob Wigod last week led off with the question for which thousands of young people are still...

Restrictions Return as COVID-19 Cases Soar

As county and state officials announced renewed stay-at-home-orders this week amid record new coronavirus cases, Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center grappled with a surge...

Local Restaurants Struggle With Dining Ban

Michel LeChasseur, owner of Ma’s Italian Kitchen in Burbank, said his business is on its last legs. He also said his restaurant is one...

Pandemic Recovery and More: Councilmen-Elect Detail Plans

Change could be coming to Burbank, according to the two new City Council members its residents elected.Both Konstantine Anthony and Nick Schultz ran on...
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