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KinderPiano Class Prepares Young Children for Music Lessons

Temple City sisters Ashley and Kristen Mok study stringed instruments at the Pascale Music Institute in South Pasadena. They recently participated in the 2013 Schoenfeld International String Competition in Hong…

PCC Instructor, Playwright Nominated for NAACP Theatre Award

PCC Instructor, Playwright Nominated for NAACP Theatre Award Gabrielle Piria, an award-winning novelist and longtime adjunct instructor of English at Pasadena City College, has been nominated for a 2014 NAACP…

KinderPiano Class Prepares Young Children for Music Lesson

Temple City sisters Ashley and Kristen Mok study stringed instruments at the Pascale Music Institute in South Pasadena. They recently participated in the 2013 Schoenfeld International String Competition in Hong…

Maranatha Edges Past Rival La Salle, 33-30

By Joe Laski PASADENA, Calif. – The Maranatha High School Minutemen edged past the La Salle High School Lancers, 33-30, on Friday at Maranatha. Grant Schober’s game-clinching 35-yard field goal…

2013–14 California High School Exit Exam Results show pass rates high

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today announced that the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) rate for the Class of 2014 was 95.5 percent—matching the record high passage…

Tools for School

Come learn about back to school customs from around the world on Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 1:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the Gilb Museum of Arcadia Heritage. You…

Commercial Acting Classes For Adults September 30 – Dec 2

The last acting class shows off their headshots – Courtesy photo COMMERCIAL ACTING for ADULTS will be offered September 30 – December 2 at Pasadena Senior Center. This ten-week on-camera…

Arcadia Teacher of Year could shake up the teacher tenure debate

By SHEL SEGAL As this year’s Teacher of the Year recipient for the Arcadia Unified School District, Patrick Tierney has an idea that would shake up the teacher tenure debate…

Arcadia students conduct research in South Africa

By SHEL SEGAL Summer might be just about over, but for Arcadia teenagers Sarah Wang and Kelly Chang it was one to remember. Both volunteers at the Los Angeles Zoo,…

Sidney D. Gamble Lecture Series Presents Pioneers of Modernism: Arts and Crafts in Australia

Author/professor Harriet Edquist discusses how the Australian Arts and Crafts movement set the stage for Modernism in Australia on September 30, 2014. The popular Sidney D. Gamble Lecture Series, now…

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