Date: May 15th, 2019

Honoring Japanese American History in Monrovia
Community

Honoring Japanese American History in Monrovia

By Susie Ling The City of Monrovia is honoring its Japanese American history with a public art piece. Kerri Zessau of Monrovia said, “One of the key goals of our Neighborhood Treasures program is to affirm the importance and value of Monrovians in history. It also allows us to bring public art into different neighborhoods.”…

A Lesson in Longevity: Mi Piace
Dining Delights

A Lesson in Longevity: Mi Piace

By Brianna Chu November 19, 2019 will mark Mi Piace’s 30th anniversary; when they opened in 1989, Old Town Pasadena didn’t even have Cheesecake Factory yet. Mi Piace is one of the few restaurants that were open in 1989 still left. Armen Shirvanian opened Mi Piace with his mom, and partner and pastry chef Takis Markoutsis….

Officer James Ruano is Monrovia’s New Traffic Enforcement Officer
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Officer James Ruano is Monrovia’s New Traffic Enforcement Officer

Officer Thomas Montes identified as new school resources officer The City of Monrovia has spent the past several months prioritizing traffic enforcement activities by recruiting internally to find a new traffic enforcement officer. Officer James Ruano has been selected as the top candidate to be the next traffic enforcement officer. Officer Ruano currently serves as…

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