Date: February 14th, 2019

Dementia Friendly Monrovia is Making Strides in Helping People Cope
Community

Dementia Friendly Monrovia is Making Strides in Helping People Cope

By Susan Motander A few months ago a new organization, Dementia Friendly Monrovia (DFM) was formed as an offshoot of the Monrovia Senior Providers Group.  In these few months much progress has been made in this forming this group.  They have formed an action team and been recognized by Dementia Friendly American, the national parent organization.  The organization…

Valentine’s Day is for Friends Too
Special Sections

Valentine’s Day is for Friends Too

My best friend Sarah and I met in our scholarship program at Azusa Pacific University our freshman year. She has a bubbly personality that counters my more quiet personality. We often joke that because we know each other so well, we have become the same person. More importantly, over the course of our college career…

Margaritas Delights with Family-Style Mexican Cuisine
Dining Delights

Margaritas Delights with Family-Style Mexican Cuisine

The bright red, Spanish-style exterior of Margaritas Mexican Restaurant is probably a familiar sight to some, especially since it first opened in Pasadena 42 years ago, in 1977. One of a dying breed of restaurants, it remains firmly within family hands: owner Ruby Bugarin took over Margaritas in 2006 with her brother as partner when…

The Obituary of Common Sense
Columns, Opinion

The Obituary of Common Sense

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as: Knowing when to…

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