Date: March 5th, 2018

How to Connect With a Woman
Opinion

How to Connect With a Woman

what men need to know on the first date By Hedda Muskat How does a man connect with a woman these days? With all the confusion that the media has put out there about not offending women, it’s a wonder women get asked out at all. Men are terrified. They don’t want to be accused…

Foster Home Urgently Needed!
Columns

Foster Home Urgently Needed!

Lifeline for Pets is still reaching out to find a foster for Rex & Ricky, age 7. They would sooooo much benefit by being in a patient foster home. And, because they are so shy, the foster would not have to bring them to adoptions! If you can open your heart and home to two…

Treating Employees with Dignity
Columns

Treating Employees with Dignity

By Angela Copeland Part of my job is to work with professionals who have recently become unemployed. It’s incredible how many people are impacted by layoffs each day. Often, the person was let go due to something outside of their control. Their company reorganized and laid off an entire department. The employee had a great…

Monrovia Historical Society will share Photos at Santa Fe Depot
Community

Monrovia Historical Society will share Photos at Santa Fe Depot

By Susan Motander While an appropriate long-term tenant for the historic Monrovia Santa Fe Depot is being sought, an interim use for the building has been found. The Monrovia Historical Society will showcase a photographic exhibit at the depot. According to Sandy Burud a sample of approximately 100 photographs of Old Monrovia from the Legacy’s collection….

Monrovia Community Center to Host Class on Wildfire preparedness
Community

Monrovia Community Center to Host Class on Wildfire preparedness

The Monrovia Fire Department is urging everyone to begin preparing for the next wildfire. As the events of the past several months have illustrated, a tragic wildfire can strike at any time. In fact, Monrovia Firefighters responded to the 2017 wildfires that raged throughout the State, and ultimately, over 10,000 structures were lost in California during…

Monrovia Renewal South Section Construction to Break Ground in March
News

Monrovia Renewal South Section Construction to Break Ground in March

Staff is working with Sequel Contractors, Inc., to coordinate the scheduling of construction activities to commence in the South Section of the Monrovia Renewal Project. In January 2018, Sequel Contractors, Inc. was awarded a contract to conduct the slated repairs and construct the South Section improvements in the area that includes everything located south of…

Passing of Maria “Ria” Michael
Obituaries

Passing of Maria “Ria” Michael

Maria “Ria” Michael 1936-2018. Made her journey home to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on February 2, 2018. She is survived by her husband, Alan Michael, whom she met at Monrovia High School and married following graduation in 1954. Their love story continued for 63 years. Ria is also survived by her 4 children…

Dusseldorf: Dazzling and Delightful
Travel

Dusseldorf: Dazzling and Delightful

By Greg Aragon Germany is well known for popular tourist destinations such as Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Munich and Cologne. But as I recently discovered, there is a fascinating city on the Rhine River that can hold its own among the country’s best travel spots. The city is Düsseldorf, a place where ancient history and postmodern…

A Noise Within, L.A.’s Critically Acclaimed Classical Repertory Theatre Company Annual “Dinner on Stage”
Dining Delights

A Noise Within, L.A.’s Critically Acclaimed Classical Repertory Theatre Company Annual “Dinner on Stage”

attendees seated on stage for dinner and paddle auction A Noise Within (ANW), the acclaimed classical repertory theater company, holds its annual Dinner On Stage on Thursday, March 8, beginning at 6 pm with an hour of cocktails, socializing and hors d’oeuvres in the lobby. The Company’s Producing Artistic Directors Geoff Elliott and Julia Rodriguez-Elliott…

March College Search Guide
Education

March College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz We’ve been getting a bit of late winter weather the past few days but the calendar says it’s March. So spring shouldn’t be far behind and students are looking forward to their hard-earned break. It would be a welcome respite for your children, a time to recharge…

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