Tag: opinion

Career Corner: The Tech Interview
Columns

Career Corner: The Tech Interview

By Angela Copeland You know, I love tech companies. With a computer engineering undergrad, I’ve spent my entire career working in the world of technology in one way or another. I’ve recently met a number of job seekers who have had job interviews at tech companies. They’re the kind of companies with only a few…

Career Corner: Purple Unicorns Don’t Exist
Columns

Career Corner: Purple Unicorns Don’t Exist

By Angela Copeland Dear Hiring Manager, You’re amazing. You’re the gatekeeper to new jobs, and the person who will later help us to get a promotion that will help our careers. But, we have to talk. The last eighteen years have been great. Unemployment was high. You’ve been able to be picky. You could create…

Crystal Clear Cruising
Opinion

Crystal Clear Cruising

By Jesse A. Cisneros Crystal Cruises, an American luxury cruise line, holds a sweet spot in my travel industry career as it is the first and only cruise company I’ve worked for and sailed on. I believe I was only 20 years old then and the world of travel was new to me. Still in…

Reader Responds to “Local Doctor and Musician…”
Letters to the Editor

Reader Responds to “Local Doctor and Musician…”

How very sad that Dr. Adam Kendall will no longer grace Old Town Monrovia’s weekly street festival with his  presence. Every Friday night, without fail and no matter the weather, he delighted his appreciative audience with beautiful classical music which he played on his violin and piano, while his faithful dog Barney sat by his side. And now…

Career Corner: Sitting in Judgment
Columns

Career Corner: Sitting in Judgment

By Angela Copeland If you’re looking for a new job and if you’re actively interviewing, I want to encourage you to hang in there. It’s going to work out. I’m sure of it. Job searching is like dating; it’s really tough until you find “the one.” And, it just takes one. You only need one…

Is the Growing String of Chinese Art Thefts OK?
Opinion

Is the Growing String of Chinese Art Thefts OK?

By Galen Patterson The heists appear to have begun in 2010, when a Swedish museum was broken into by professional burglars. The only items stolen throughout the entire museum were relics taken from China, over the course of the Swedish East India Company’s existence from the mid-1700s to the early 1800s. Soon after, a string…

10 Things You Might Not Know About Diabetes
Opinion

10 Things You Might Not Know About Diabetes

By Dr. Tamika Henry, MB, MBA If you are struggling with diabetes, or know someone who is, you probably know all about finger pricking, insulin shots, and blood sugar levels. But did you know, about one third of all people with diabetes actually aren’t aware that they have it? It’s true. A good chunk of…

Journese Journey
Opinion

Journese Journey

By Jesse A. Cisneros, jesse@protravelinc.com Serving connoisseurs of travel since 1977, Hawaii World specialized in solely Hawaii but needed to provide their traveling community much more, so they added Mexico, Costa Rica and many more fabulous destinations. Their name, Hawaii World did not fit with what they had grown to.  As of 2012 they became…

Is Media Really ‘The enemy of the American people?’
Opinion

Is Media Really ‘The enemy of the American people?’

Troubling tenacity of Trump’s tweets torments the fourth estate By Terry Miller For most of the past 19 months, U.S. President Donald Trump’s horrific media ambush has garnered international attention and reaction unlike any other administration in recent memory. Editors of the Boston Globe had a splendid idea last week. They asked news organizations throughout…

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