Month: September, 2020

Suspects in 2019 Rose Bowl Stabbing and Attempted Murder Charged
Crime

Suspects in 2019 Rose Bowl Stabbing and Attempted Murder Charged

The suspects responsible for the fatal stabbing and subsequent shooting during an altercation in a Rose Bowl parking lot in 2019, have been identified, arrested and charged. On Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019 at approximately 11:22 p.m., Pasadena police responded to a parking lot in the area of Arroyo Boulevard and Seco Street regarding a physical…

Huntington Acquires Newly Discovered John Singleton Copley Painting Among Other Works
Arts & Entertainment

Huntington Acquires Newly Discovered John Singleton Copley Painting Among Other Works

Art Collectors’ Council members also purchase a rare Edward Burne-Jones portrait as a promised gift  The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens announced this week that it has acquired a newly discovered painting by John Singleton Copley (1738–1815) depicting celebrated 18th-century British actress Mary Robinson, as well as works by British artists Alice Mary…

Wine, Food and Luxurious Accommodations in Sonoma County
Travel

Wine, Food and Luxurious Accommodations in Sonoma County

By Greg Aragon Sonoma County is known for its beautiful wine country, but the fertile region is also rich with farms, restaurants, unique and luxurious hotels, and lots of fun things to do. The area has been on my radar the past few months and now as more destinations reopen, I would like to plan…

Will the Election Impact Markets & Investments?
Business

Will the Election Impact Markets & Investments?

By Jean D. Koehler As we approach Election Day, investors are understandably wondering — and maybe even anxious — about how the U.S. presidential election will affect the stock market. Election years often come with increased market uncertainty. And this year, COVID-19 and a fragile economy have added new dimensions to what may be a…

Newsom Signs Executive Order to Phase Out Gas-Powered Cars by 2035
News

Newsom Signs Executive Order to Phase Out Gas-Powered Cars by 2035

Transportation currently accounts for more than 50% of state’s greenhouse gas emissions    Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that he issued an executive order requiring sales of all new passenger vehicles to be zero-emission by 2035 and expressed support for ending fracking — the process of drilling into the earth and injecting water at high pressure at rocks…

Beacon Media Announces Launch of Hey Media
News

Beacon Media Announces Launch of Hey Media

Multimedia business will serve Southern California communities with investigative news and interactive business offerings Over the past 25 years readers have come to know and trust Beacon Media as a news and community engagement organization and today we announce the launch of Hey Media, a new venture that will continue Beacon’s legacy of providing local…

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