Date: March 14th, 2019

Career Corner: Trouble Finding Candidates? Try This
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Career Corner: Trouble Finding Candidates? Try This

By Angela Copeland I read articles about candidates who are ghosting employers. They’re not showing up to interviews. They’re not showing up on their first day. They’re disappearing and employers are frustrated. On top of the ghosting phenomenon, employers can’t seem to find enough qualified candidates. It’s like there just aren’t any good people left….

Beacon Media’s Light Shines Bright in Dazzling Digital Direction
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Beacon Media’s Light Shines Bright in Dazzling Digital Direction

Digital focus creates unparalleled prospects for growth By Terry Miller Starting next week, March 21, you’ll see some noteworthy and exciting changes with Beacon Media print products. We remain stalwartly focused on covering Arcadia, Monrovia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre, and with our websites you’ll be able to access that information immediately, whenever and wherever you…

March 15 – March 21
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March 15 – March 21

EDITOR’S PICK St. Paddy’s Day at One Colorado, March 17 from 1-2 p.m. (41 Hugus Alley, Pasadena, CA 91103). Cleary Irish Dance will perform traditional Irish dances followed by an interactive dance lesson in which the audience will be taught a jig or two. The Pasadena Scots will perform live at 3 p.m. Registration is…

Photography in the Facetune Era: Lyd and Mo
Business Spotlight

Photography in the Facetune Era: Lyd and Mo

Husband-and-wife team up to offer timeless portraits and more By Emily Glory Peters “When photographing portraits, you have to bring out the essence of a person,” says Mo Cee, co-owner with his wife Lydia Tam of Lyd and Mo Photography in Pasadena. “Too often I see photographers too focused on their gear—but photography is having…

Women Are Stronger Together
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Women Are Stronger Together

Part 1: Learning from the women of the quilting guild By Danelle Woodman, Editorial Intern Tucked away in Arcadia, female quilters uphold a longstanding American tradition Marilyn Brisendine describes as an art that is being lost to us. In a conversation of the Wandering Foot Quilt Guild she’s been a part of for 15-17 years,…

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