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Mr. 335, Larry Carlton, Takes to the Arcadia Performing Arts Center
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Mr. 335, Larry Carlton, Takes to the Arcadia Performing Arts Center

  By Terry Miller Mr. 335 [a reference to the ubiquitous Gibson ES 335 semi-acoustic Guitar and also his recording studio’s moniker] is arguably the foremost jazz/rock/blues guitar player working today. To see him live is truly magnificent. From an early age, Carlton has delighted listeners with his melodic and impeccable style that is instantly…

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This Week’s Events

EDITOR’S PICK     So Cal Women’s Health Conference and Expo (Dec. 16 @ 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Hilton Pasadena, 168 S. Los Robles Ave.) The So Cal Women’s Health Conference and Expo brings together more than 2,000 women, community-based health organizations, medical professionals, and beauty and wellness experts for a day of education,…

Give Yourself a Treat With a Parisian Sweet
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Give Yourself a Treat With a Parisian Sweet

  By Jason Yassine With an atmosphere of a French bakery, settled outside of the Santa Anita Mall is Paris Baguette (Westfield Santa Anita, 400 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia). This Paris themed shop is filled with an assortment of different pastries, cakes, breads and much more. In order to properly review this bakery, three tasty…

Community Meeting with Fire Officials Brings Out Hundreds of Anxious Residents – Forest Supervisor Tells Public Station Fire Has Been Ruled As Arson –
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Community Meeting with Fire Officials Brings Out Hundreds of Anxious Residents – Forest Supervisor Tells Public Station Fire Has Been Ruled As Arson –

Arson is Now Officially the Cause of The Station Fire At a community meeting held Thursday evening at the Church of the Nazarene, Angeles National Forest Supervisor Jody Noiron said ” Life is not going to be the same as we’ve known it.” She added that the Station Fire is ” history in the making…”…

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New State Budget Costs Local Cities

The state has finally come to an agreement and now has a balanced budget. But to what cost to the cities in San Gabriel Valley? California will be taking 2 billion from cities and counties through property tax revenues, plus $1.7 billion from local redevelopment agencies by suspending Prop 1A. Prop 1A was passed in…

City Council Might Contract Out Public Safety Services
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City Council Might Contract Out Public Safety Services

Sierra Madre is considering contracting out “certain public safety services” – specifically Law Enforcement and Paramedic services. Citing possible cost saving opportunities, Mayor MacGillivray and Council Member Don Watts previously requested inquiries to be sent to Arcadia, Pasadena, and the County of Los Angeles about “consolidating services, contracting services, or contracting specific operations within a…

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