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Mr. Monrovia, Former Mayor Bob Bartlett, Dies
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Mr. Monrovia, Former Mayor Bob Bartlett, Dies

The Man Had A Vision for His City and That Vision Saved Monrovia By Susan Motander Former Monrovia Mayor Bob Bartlett died on Sunday night. He was the driving force behind the renaissance of the city of Monrovia, his hometown. His passing leaves a great void. By 1974, the city of Monrovia was dying. West Huntington Drive…

Robert Wood Sniffin
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Robert Wood Sniffin

March 7, 1940 – August 6, 2015 Robert (Bob) Wood Sniffin was born March 7, 1940 in New York City and passed away August 6, 2015.   Robert (Bob) Wood Sniffin was born March 7, 1940 in New York City and passed away Aug. 6, 2015. Bob was raised in Garden City, Long Island until…

In Memoriam: Ann Durgerian, 79
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In Memoriam: Ann Durgerian, 79

Ann Araxi Durgerian passed away at her Arcadia home on July 29th, 2015, after a 10-year battle with multiple myeloma. Born in San Bernardino in June 19, 1936 to Simone and Araxi Kurkjian, Ann joined elder brother Andrew in the family home. Ann’s grandparents had been sent to the United States in the run up…

In Memorium: Michael Ward, 78, Former President TOR
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In Memorium: Michael Ward, 78, Former President TOR

Michael Edward Ward, 78, of Pasadena passed away on March 15, 2015. Born and raised in Pasadena, Mike was welcomed to the world on August 14, 1936 by his loving parents, Stanley and Marvella Ward. During his youth Mike had a passion for water skiing and spent much of his time away from Pasadena on…

Legendary puppeteer Bob Baker, 90, dies
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Legendary puppeteer Bob Baker, 90, dies

Bob Baker, along with his partner Alton Wood, founded the Bob Baker Marionette Theater in 1963, which has gone on to become the oldest and longest-running children’s theater company in Los Angeles and in the world. In June 2009, the theater was designated as a Los Angeles Historical -Cultural Monument. Jennifer Steinhauer of The New…

Reality, What a Concept?
Obituaries, Opinion

Reality, What a Concept?

  By Terry Miller Robin Williams’ very first comedy album, in 1979, said it all. Wow, the man was a genius and energetic beyond words. He was always working and always a very generous man with his time and money. But just like Smokey Robinson’s classic song, Tears of a Clown – Robin Williams’ glad…

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