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Mother-Daughter Duo Gives Sierra Madre Residents a Moment to Connect

By Hansol Hwang Residents of Sierra Madre, Dr. Lisa Manuelian and her daughter Kareen, are giving the youth and the elderly in their city, a moment to connect. Since May, the mother-daughter duo has been working together in the community to bridge the generational gap between the elderly and the youth, ranging from ages five…

Communal Motivation: ‘Faith is All I Have’
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Communal Motivation: ‘Faith is All I Have’

Part I: Motivational stories of those residing in Monrovia, Arcadia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre By Hansol Hwang Motivation, is the high we try to reach every week, often times achieving it through various types of narcotics such as quotes of the day, meditation, repeatedly giving pep talks to yourself on the drive to work, coffee,…

Trauma Awareness Month: Red Cross Urges Blood Donations
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Trauma Awareness Month: Red Cross Urges Blood Donations

  During Trauma Awareness Month in May, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to help ensure lifesaving blood is available for patients with traumatic injuries and other serious medical needs by donating blood or platelets. According to the National Trauma Institute, trauma accounts for approximately 41 million emergency department visits and 2.3 million hospital admissions in the U.S….

Camp Helping Hands Expands With Five New Locations
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Camp Helping Hands Expands With Five New Locations

    This summer is going to have a little more sizzle than previous ones because Camp Helping Hands (www.camphelpinghands.com) is literally setting up camp in five more cities throughout the Southland. While there may not a location in your own backyard, there are now six to choose from; and all are well worth the drive! Coming…

Meet Monrovia’s Classical Music Man on a Mission
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Meet Monrovia’s Classical Music Man on a Mission

  By Malak Habbak On a cold, blustery December night, traveling on VIA Rail Canada, a sleep-deprived doctor mourning his wife’s tragic death played Bach Partitas on his violin to sing him to sleep, but to little avail. Before the journey, the doctor’s wife was hit by a serious mental illness in 1995, after his…

Statewide Water Conservation Drops Below 18 Percent in August
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Statewide Water Conservation Drops Below 18 Percent in August

  The State Water Resources Control Board today announced that urban Californians’ monthly water conservation declined to 17.7 percent in August, down from 27 percent savings in August 2015, raising concerns that some water suppliers are abandoning their focus on conservation as California heads into a possible sixth drought year. Californians continue to conserve water…

Business Profile: Dog Haus
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Business Profile: Dog Haus

  By Emily G. Peters They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but Pasadena’s Dog Haus has spent the last six years putting a scrumptious spin on a perennial foodie favorite: the not-so-humble hot dog. Founded in Pasadena in 2010 by friends Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz and André Vener, Dog Haus’s popularity…

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