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From Slavery to Japanese Internment: A Family Embodies What it Means...

Barbara Jean and J-Flats neighbor circa 1940. - Photo courtesy of Barbara Williams By Susie Ling

Mayor Pro Tem Represents Monrovia as ‘White Suiter’ at Rose Parade

By Susan Motander Everyone celebrates the New Year in their own way. Some of us watch the ball drop in Time Square...

Monrovia’s History of Segregation

Art in Public Places to be considered at next Monrovia Council meeting By Félix Guitiérrez Detailed...

Remembering Monrovia’s Louis García on Veterans Day

By Félix Gutiérrez Collage of Prvt. García’s tomb, photograph and a postcard. – Courtesy photo / Félix Gutiérrez

Reflection on Monrovia Schools’ Early Years

By Steve Baker, City Historian What did the schools of Monrovia and an ancient Greek philosopher once have in...

The Old Monrovia Man and the Sea of Medicare

Explaining the inexplicable in Monrovia By Terry Miller Once upon a time, when your body turns a pungent “old” age of 65, your government starts paying...

Once Upon a Time in Monrovia: Movies, Murder and Madness

By Terry Miller Monrovia is a mere heartbeat away from Hollywood, as the crow flies — or whichever cliché you’d care to scribe. But...

Mimaki Sisters of Monrovia

By Susie Ling “A sister is a little bit of childhood that can never be lost.” The Mimaki sisters – Helen, Bobbi, and Marian –...

How Do We Communicate in the Digital Age?

Context of communications like emotions and nonverbal cues are often neglected By Terry Miller Thousands of years ago, human beings communicated exclusively through spoken languages. Communities...

Fisher Family Reunion Celebrated During Monrovia Days

By Susie Ling Of course, the Fisher Family would have their reunion on the same day as the Monrovia Day celebration. Said Betty Fisher Thomas,...
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