City officials and representatives from the Scotts Miracle-Gro Company and the Tournament of Roses gathered in Central Park early Tuesday afternoon to officially reopen the southern end of the park, with its newest landscaping and beautification projects completed.
Mayor Bill Bogaard held a pair of scissors up to a large yellow ribbon, as he, Councilmember Steve Madison, City Manager Michael Beck, Tournament of Roses CEO William Flynn, and Scotts Miracle-Gro Vice President of Sales John McCarthy posed for pictures. Continue reading →
The twelfth year of the Car Classic at the Art Center College of Design saw a record number of people show up for the event on Sunday. Close to 1800 people passed through the sculpture garden on the college campus throughout the day to view the large collection of classic and modern vehicles that had been “Inspired by Nature,” according to Jay Sanders, executive director of the undergraduate transportation design department. Twenty-four trophies were awarded to motor vehicles on display at the event, in categories such as student’s choice, people’s choice, kid’s choice, classic beauty, motorsport innovation, designer’s choice, and inspired by nature, amongst others. Continue reading →
Children and adults gathered on the grounds of the John Muir High School Saturday afternoon to celebrate the tenth year of the Lincoln Village Festival, organized each year by the Neighbors Acting Together Helping All (NATHA). The annual event was designed to bring the community together, with many vendors setting up booths and contributing to the festivities. Continue reading →
Pictured is the cast of Sleepy Hollow and producer/writers of Wicked Lit. In front: Eric DeLoretta (Ichabod Crane). In back from left: Shawn Savage (Brom Bones), Jonathan Josephson (producer/writer), Ilona Anna Kulinska (Katrina Von Tassel), Jeff G. Rack (producer/writer), Michael Prichard (Baltrus Van Tassel), David Reynolds (ensemble).
Photo: Deborah Brancic
Classic horror theater in a real cemetery? Nothing could be more perfect for Halloween.
Unbound Productions, a nonprofit theater company based in Los Angeles, has begun its fifth annual production of Wicked Lit, a series of plays adapting classic horror literature into an interactive experience for theater attendees. Continue reading →
Visitors view the master bedroom in a house in La Canada, designed by Sara Ingrassia. Photo: Deborah Brancic
San Gabriel Valley residents were in for a treat Sunday morning as they drove to four different homes to view the winning entries for the 27th Annual Home and Kitchen Tour. Over six hundred tickets were sold for the Tour, which promised to be very beneficial for the Union Station Homeless Services, which will be receiving a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales this year. Continue reading →
Students share their concerns with attendees at the 4th Annual State of the Kids Event.
Photo: Deborah Brancic
Cheryl Greer Jarmin, professor of human development at Pacific Oaks College, was the keynote speaker for the event. Photo: Deborah Brancic
The 4th annual State of the Kids Event at the Rose Bowl Pavilion brought a record number of students in touch with town officials Wednesday evening. The night included a breakout session in which the youth were paired with their elders to discuss several issues including school problems, fears, hopes, and any suggestions the children believed would make them feel safer. The pairing was meant to educate those in charge about what their young constituents believed was lacking.