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Los Angeles, Chicago, New York & San Francisco File Amicus Brief in Flores v. Sessions

Los Angeles, Chicago, New York & San Francisco File Amicus Brief in Flores v. Sessions

The brief seeks to protect children separated from their families by Trump administration Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer, along with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Chicago Mayor…

City Attorney Mike Feuer and District Attorney Jackie Lacey Secure Settlement with Silver Lake Medical Center Over Allegations of Homeless Patient Dumping

City Attorney Mike Feuer and District Attorney Jackie Lacey Secure Settlement with Silver Lake Medical Center Over Allegations of Homeless Patient Dumping

Feuer and Lacey to co-host summit to address the challenges of treating and discharging homeless patients City Attorney Mike Feuer and District Attorney Jackie Lacey recently announced they…

California State Superintendent Speaks Out on Family Separation Crisis

California State Superintendent Speaks Out on Family Separation Crisis

Calif. State Public Instruction joins lawsuit against the Trump administration challenging its practice of refusing entry for asylum seekers State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson released a…

Education

California School of the Arts – San Gabriel Valley Wins 2018 New and Emerging School Award

California School of the Arts – San Gabriel Valley Wins 2018 New and Emerging School Award

California School of the Arts – San Gabriel Valley in Duarte wins the Arts Schools Network…

Red Cross Calls For Blood Donations In SGV

Red Cross Calls For Blood Donations In SGV

The American Red Cross is counting on volunteer donors to give blood and help ensure…

Noted San Gabriel Valley Headmaster Leaves a Lasting Legacy

Noted San Gabriel Valley Headmaster Leaves a Lasting Legacy

By May S. Ruiz He’s at transportation every single day, rain or shine, opening car…

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Temple City Tribune Calendar: Nov. 24 – Nov. 30

Temple City Tribune Calendar: Nov. 24 – Nov. 30

Editor’s Pick: Enchanted: Forest of Light   Enchanted: Forest of Light (Nov. 28 @ 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Descanso Gardens 1418 Descanso Drive) Descanso Gardens presents “Enchanted:…

For Good

For Good

  By Darlene Papa, Lifeline for Pets My last article, “Not Good Enough?” was about the difficulty of getting easy special needs pets adopted. Now, I wish to…

October Art Column (10/20/16 Issue)

October Art Column (10/20/16 Issue)

By Jeff Davis The new Hawthorne Art Complex (“HAC”) is having an Open Studio party on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. There will be…

Hundreds attend Temple Station (LASD) Open House- Celebrating 90 Years

Hundreds attend Temple Station (LASD) Open House- Celebrating 90 Years

“Officer” Camacho, 3, gets a chance see what the LASD Airship is all about-Photo by Terry Miller On Saturday Sept. 10 hundreds of residents attended the Temple Sheriff…

Calendar: Sept. 1 to 7

Calendar: Sept. 1 to 7

    EDITOR’S PICK: Barks and Books (Sept. 3 @ 11 a.m., Arcadia Public Library, 20 W. Duarte Road). Barks and Books is Pasadena Humane Society’s reading enrichment…

Crime

LAPD Human Trafficking Taskforce Makes Several Arrests

LAPD Human Trafficking Taskforce Makes Several Arrests

The Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Taskforce, along with deputies from Compton Sheriff’s Station, conducted a human trafficking operation in the…

LAPD Human Trafficking Taskforce Makes Several Arrests

LAPD Human Trafficking Taskforce Makes Several Arrests

The Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Taskforce, along with deputies from Compton Sheriff’s Station, conducted a human trafficking operation in the…

Temple City Police Blotters: July 9 – July 15

Temple City Police Blotters: July 9 – July 15

July 10 A residential burglary occurred between 7:35 a.m. and 7:40 a.m., in the 6000 block of Temple City Boulevard. The…

Temple City Police Blotters: June 20 – June 24

Temple City Police Blotters: June 20 – June 24

June 20 Between 10:51 p.m. on June 19 and 2:00 p.m. on June 20, a laundry room burglary occurred in the…

Business

The Secrets Recruiters Keep

The Secrets Recruiters Keep

By Angela Copeland Applying for a job seems like a fair process. You apply online, and if you’re a good fit for the job, the company will…

No End in Sight for the Rise of Craft Breweries

No End in Sight for the Rise of Craft Breweries

By Jackie Gonzales Over the last six years the craft brewery industry has seen a renaissance. With breweries sprouting up in every city, there has never been…

Health

Say Cheese! How What You Eat Affects Your Smile

Say Cheese! How What You Eat Affects Your Smile

    Face it: We live in a selfie-centric society that, combined with our health-driven lifestyles, makes a smile more important today than it has been in…

How to Avoid Neck and Back Pain From Backpacks

How to Avoid Neck and Back Pain From Backpacks

    If you’re like most parents, you remember sending your kindergartener off to school with a backpack bigger than they were. While your child may be…

Arts & Culture

August Art Column

August Art Column

    By Jeff Davis Peter Alexander’s “Sculpture 1966 – 2016: A Career Survey” is on exhibit through Sept.  2 at the Parrasch Heijnen Gallery (1326 A.…

Monthly Art Column (7/21/16 Issue)

Monthly Art Column (7/21/16 Issue)

  By Jeff Davis Michael Sistig’s first solo painting and sculpture exhibition in the US, “MATTER,” is on exhibit at the El Segundo Museum of Art (ESMOA)…

Sports

Rose Bowl Proves Pasadena is Still the Capital of the College Football World

Rose Bowl Proves Pasadena is Still the Capital of the College Football World

  Georgia tops Oklahoma in Thriler By Spencer Stueve The Rose Bowl, the Granddaddy of Them All, the most prestigious event in college athletics, a Pasadena staple. …

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Highlights: FMF Glen Helen National

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Highlights: FMF Glen Helen National

  The second round of the 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship featured unpredictable competition at arguably the championship’s most dynamic and challenging venue. In the end,…

Dining

Innis & Gunn Makes Its Mark on the US With a Beer Brewed With Truth Serum

Innis & Gunn Makes Its Mark on the US With a Beer Brewed With Truth Serum

    Company Sends Samples to Leading Presidential Candidates By Terry Miller Sometimes – every once in a while – an email really garners extra attention from…

Business Profile: Pokelicious

Business Profile: Pokelicious

    Pokelicious is Temple City’s newest destination for fresh, exotic custom Poke creations. Don’t worry, there are no Pokemon being harmed – Poke is a Hawaiian…

Environment

Opinion: Environmental Extremism Is on the Wrong Side of History

By Andrew Langer Environmental activists have a new tactic: protesting outside shareholder meetings of major energy gas firms. In May, protestors gathered outside ExxonMobil’s annual meeting to…

Enrich Your Home and Environment With Legal, Domestic Hardwood

Enrich Your Home and Environment With Legal, Domestic Hardwood

    More Americans might be driving hybrid cars and recycling, but their hardwood kitchen and living room floors can be just as critical to climate change.…

Obituaries

Arcadia Resident Dorothy Heffner Voogd Passses Away

Arcadia Resident Dorothy Heffner Voogd Passses Away

  Dorothy Heffner Voogd was born in St. Louis, Missouri.  Her birth certificate shows her father’s occupation as “shortstop.”  Her father, Don Heffner, was then playing for the St.…

A Heavenly Departure for Wessie Mae Dillon (1924 – 2017)

A Heavenly Departure for Wessie Mae Dillon (1924 – 2017)

  Mother Wessie Mae Dillon went home to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, at the age of 92 years, on Monday, April 17, at…