Month: December, 2017

Welcome to the Newest Controversy Around Creating Human Life
News

Welcome to the Newest Controversy Around Creating Human Life

By Galen Patterson In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) began in the 1970’s to help females who had difficulty conceiving have children. The process of this specific method of pregnancy may be unnatural to some, but to others it is their only option. Nearly forty years later, the pregnancy method has taken on a new set of…

News

Hillary Clinton Captures the Heart of Soul of Crown City, Friday

Former First Lady and Secretary of State and Gets Warm Welcome in Pasadena By Terry Miller Former First Lady and 67th Secretary of State under President Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton is perhaps the most well-known and high visibility political figure in American history. On Friday, Pasadena residents were treated to a rare visit from the…

Santa Tours for Monrovia Set to Take Place the Week of Dec. 18
Community

Santa Tours for Monrovia Set to Take Place the Week of Dec. 18

This year, Monrovia will continue our tradition of celebrating the Christmas season by touring Santa Claus around city streets on top of a fire engine.  Escorted by a police car and a decorated public works sleigh, Santa will provide candy canes to the public!  Also, City employees will again volunteer their time to help make…

Relaxing at The Inn at Laguna Beach
Travel

Relaxing at The Inn at Laguna Beach

By Greg Aragon Last week I wrote about the rustic charm and luxury of The Ranch at Laguna Beach. But this wasn’t the only hotel I discovered on my recent trip to the beautiful Southern California beach town. I also experienced The Inn at Laguna Beach, an iconic water-front property with lots of class and comfort. Perched…

Dining Out With Food Allergies: Expert Advice for a Safe Meal
Dining Delights

Dining Out With Food Allergies: Expert Advice for a Safe Meal

When dining out, Americans with food allergies can find restaurant visits stressful, if not hazardous. Cross-contamination, uninformed servers or mixed-up orders can easily turn a dinner date into a fiasco involving EpiPen and ambulance. The good news? Many restaurants are taking steps to accommodate America’s 12 million diners who have food allergies. Consumers can make…

UPDATE: Monrovia Shooting Victim Shooting Identified
Featured, News

UPDATE: Monrovia Shooting Victim Shooting Identified

Victim was shot during altercation at Gem City Grill Saturday Midnight By Terry Miller LASD Dept.’s coroner, Ed Winter, confirmed that a male Hispanic, Michael Mark Lowe, 43, of Monrovia was pronounced dead at Huntington Hospital at 00:45 Saturday morning a result of the gunshot wounds he received earlier in Monrovia. LASD Homicide investigators are…

Tips to Make Dining Out More Affordable
Dining Delights

Tips to Make Dining Out More Affordable

As families find themselves strapped for cash, they’re spending less money and time dining out. In response, restaurant chains are evaluating their offerings and finding new ways to entice customers. Of course, Americans can learn to dine out even while sticking close to their budgets. Uno Chicago Grill offers these tips for less-expensive dining: –…

Do Your Health Insurance Homework
Health & Fitness

Do Your Health Insurance Homework

Fall means not only shorter days and colorful leaves, but also the season of open enrollment for health insurance for most Americans. Employer-sponsored benefits can be confusing, and a combination of doing some homework and seeking expert advice can help most individuals make the most of the plans available to them. Confusion over health insurance…

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