Terry Miller

Pink Boots Step Into Monrovia’s Wingwalker Brewery
Business

Pink Boots Step Into Monrovia’s Wingwalker Brewery

By Terry Miller These boots were make for brewing, and they were brewed all over Wingwalker last Friday with their new limited edition IPA Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day was born from their members’ desire to take part in International Women’s Day by raising the profile of women’s roles in the beer industry. Chapters and…

Monrovia High School Photography Students Visit Oak Crest Institute
Education

Monrovia High School Photography Students Visit Oak Crest Institute

By Terry Miller Last Wednesday, ninth grade photography students from Monrovia High had the unique opportunity to visit and photograph a distinctive science laboratory based in Monrovia. Dr. Paul Webster of Oak Crest Institute of Science escorted the teens around the research facility on Chestnut Avenue Wednesday morning to the delight of the students and…

Is Social Media a Public Health Risk?
News

Is Social Media a Public Health Risk?

Are we suffering from ‘TMINO’ (too much info news overload)? By Terry Miller Five things are certain in life: birth, death, change, social media and of course email. Each day, I’m knackered beyond understanding after examining hundreds of news websites, Facebook alerts and good old fashioned emails – it’s only 9:30 in the morning. I’ve…

Social Media Has Found a New Demographic – Senior Citizens
News

Social Media Has Found a New Demographic – Senior Citizens

By Terry Miller We’ve all seen millennials glued to their smart phones as they’re driving, crossing the street or even on a date. Yes, the smartphone has indeed changed young peoples’ lives. However, the young have now been outnumbered by their parents and grandparents, especially when it comes to Facebook use. According to the well-respected…

California’s New ‘Gold Rush’ is Transit Oriented Development
News

California’s New ‘Gold Rush’ is Transit Oriented Development

Communities are experiencing ‘unprecedented’ development interest By Terry Miller The discovery of gold in the Sacramento Valley in early 1848 generated what became the “California Gold Rush.” Conceivably, this was one of the most important events to shape American history during the first half of the 19th century which sprouted California’s population explosion. Have you…

Desperate Justice: Varsity Rules for the Rich -Then the Rest of Us
News

Desperate Justice: Varsity Rules for the Rich -Then the Rest of Us

Is there a financial link between sports and education? By Terry Miller Last week, a colossal scandal involving ostentatious cheating, bribes and dishonesty made international news when a 204 page indictment came down. No, this time it wasn’t the White House or any part of that particularly perplexing and egregious ilk. This time, it was…

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