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The Huntington Launches Yearlong Centennial Celebration
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The Huntington Launches Yearlong Centennial Celebration

By May S. Ruiz The Huntington in San Marino officially launched its yearlong centennial celebration on Thursday, September 5, 2019. During her welcome speech at Rothenberg Hall, Huntington President Karen R. Lawrence expressed how Henry E. Huntington’s vision and legacy will live on in the next century. “As I look out at you, the leaders…

1969: From the Moon to Manson
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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…

‘Dames at Sea’ Docks at Sierra Madre Playhouse
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‘Dames at Sea’ Docks at Sierra Madre Playhouse

By Fran Syverson How long has it been since you spent an evening watching—and listening to—a group of talented tap dancers? Too long? Then don’t miss the summertime performance of “Dames at Sea” at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. It’s full of tunes that keep the audience toe-tapping right along with the actors. The story line…

Presentation by Jeff Lapides at Sierra Madre Library
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Presentation by Jeff Lapides at Sierra Madre Library

The earliest known photographs of the American Desert West, all made by Rudolph D’heureuse in 1863 Gold! Silver! And those in Southern California seeking their fortunes against the backdrop of the American Civil War, relations between white settlers, Hispanics, and Native Americans, military exploits, salacious news accounts, greed—and one naturalized German with a camera. Rudolph…

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