Month: July, 2019

1969: From the Moon to Manson
Arts & Entertainment

1969: From the Moon to Manson

Ivor Davis joins journalists to mark the Tate-La Bianca Murders & Manson Trial on Aug. 3 at News Geezers quarterly meeting By Terry Miller My family immigrated to the states in 1965. The mid to late ‘60s were to be a truly defining time in American history. In 1968 two major assassinations, that of Martin…

Career Corner: The Odds of Getting Hired
Columns

Career Corner: The Odds of Getting Hired

By Angela Copeland Since the launch of the internet, job searching has become increasingly transactional. Job seekers are able to apply to jobs in bulk. In fact, they must apply in bulk if they want to increase their chances of getting hired. Whenever I attend a conference, I always hear at least one of the…

Sunsets, Wine and Fudge in Carmel-by-the-Sea
Travel

Sunsets, Wine and Fudge in Carmel-by-the-Sea

By Greg Aragon There is nothing like being at the beach to watch the sunset into the ocean. It is a beautiful, almost spiritual sight. And nowhere is this daily event more beautiful than in Carmel-by-the-Sea, where there is a built-in amphitheater of sand overlooking the water, with plenty of natural seats for visitors to…

July 26 – Aug. 1
Calendar

July 26 – Aug. 1

EDITOR’S PICK MAFA Summer Art Walk in Old Town, July 27 from 7-10 p.m. (Myrtle Avenue, between Lime Avenue and Colorado Boulevard, Monrovia, CA 91016). The Monrovia Fine Arts Association presents their annual Summer Art Walk showcasing local painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelry designers, ceramic artists, and more. There will be live demonstrations, art for sale,…

Racism in America
Opinion

Racism in America

Can we no longer agree to differ? By Terry Miller The proposition “America, love it or leave it” has been a popular uniting cry of conservatives for well over 50 years in the United States. The expression’s popularity came during the late 1960s and early 1970s when Americans were deeply divided over the Vietnam War. Over…

10 Amazing Reasons to Hire a Military Veteran
Opinion

10 Amazing Reasons to Hire a Military Veteran

By Chad Storlie The phrase “Hire a veteran” has been a staple of the U.S. economy for decades. Business leaders already realize that military veterans are hard workers, team players, ethical, driven, and technically skilled. What they DON’T realize is there are 10 hidden reasons that make every veteran a great employee and future business leader….

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