Monthly Archives: June, 2022

Caldwell Emerges as Board President

The San Marino School Board has a new president, but it took a circuitous route to get there as Jeanie Caldwell was chosen for...

Café’s Fifth Is Quite a Feat

There were no balloons, banners or special deals to mark the fifth birthday of the San Marino Café & Marketplace last week. Proprietor Linda...

Titanium Roboticsʼ Camp Encourages Exploration

Titanium Robotics’ summer camp provides students opportunities to explore specialized fields of engineering and business. The second week of summer camp saw the camp members...

San Marino City Club Hosts La Gran Fiesta

The San Marino City Club recently hosted its La Gran Fiesta event at the Old Mill in San Marino on Tuesday, June 7. “This is...

‘The Blue Boy’ Returns from Visit to London

One of the Huntington Library’s most instantly recognizable emblem, Thomas Gainsborough’s masterpiece “The Blue Boy,” returned home Saturday following a five-month visit to its...

Panel OKs EIR for San Marino Center

The San Marino City Council took another step toward a planned renovation project on the San Marino Center when the panel certified the final...

San Marino Family Returns Artifacts to Mexico

Bill Lewis, who grew up in San Marino and graduated from San Marino High School in 1975, represented his family at the Mexican Consulate...

Board Chooses Former Member to Fill Vacancy

The four seated members of the San Marino School Board selected Jeanie Caldwell to fill the fifth position at a special meeting that was...

NCL San Marino Graduates Are on Their Way

The San Marino area chapter of the National Charity League, Inc. hosted its first in-person Presentation Tea since the COVID-19 pandemic started at the...

Titanium Robotics’ Summer Camp Is in Full Swing

By Kaitlyn An, Special to the Tribune San Marino High School’s Titanium Robotics team’s annual six-week summer camp is moving along nicely. Now open to students...
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