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    March 13–19

    Editor’s Note: Please check with event organizers as many events are being postponed or canceled. Pasadena International Film Festival at Laemml...

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L.A. County Has Administered Nearly 5 Million Vaccine Doses

More than 4,715,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to people across Los Angeles County. Of those vaccinated, 1.65 people received second doses and 136,232 people received the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. As of April 6, 70.2% of L.A. County residents 65 and older received at least one dose of the vaccine....

Suspects Involved in Murder at Pasadena Taco Restaurant Arrested

Pasadena detectives have identified persons of interest in the shooting death of a 23-year-old Azusa man who was sitting inside a parked car in Pasadena. On Saturday, March 13, 2021, at approximately 8:56 p.m., Pasadena police received several calls of a shooting that occurred in the 2500 block of East Foothill Boulevard. Officers found two...

U.S. Bank, Alhambra: Banking With Community Spirit

U.S. Bank, Alhambra: Banking With Community Spirit

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is devastating, specifically for individuals who lost loved ones to the virus outbreak. Businesses lost an inordinate amount of money and resources as a direct result of the unprecedented contagion. In March 2020, the United States and much of the world came to an abrupt and grinding halt. Presently, our economic…

Career Corner: College or Career First?

Career Corner: College or Career First?

Recently, an old question resurfaced. Should high school seniors go straight to college or should they enter the workforce first? This can feel like a difficult question as young people face such big decisions. Those who argue that seniors should work for a few years believe 18-year-olds are too young to make such life altering…

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April College Search Guide

April College Search Guide

The road to college By May S. Ruiz Last week the Wall Street Journal reported that the  U.S. Centers for Disease Control (C.D.C.) cut in half the distance for K-12 classrooms and removed a recommendation for schools to install physical barriers — sneeze guards, partitions, or tape. However, students should maintain 6 feet social distance…

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