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The New ‘Chinatown’

The New ‘Chinatown’

      By Roshan Perera The name Chinatown conjures up images of pagoda style roofs, Fu Dogs or dragon statues, and bright, vibrant colored buildings lined with paper lanterns.…

Opinion: Partisan Politics Prolific at Pasadena Pulpit

Opinion: Partisan Politics Prolific at Pasadena Pulpit

    Whatever Happened to Separation of Church and State? By Terry Miller The 5th District supervisorial race is hotly contested and there is big money is backing some of…

Planned Immigrant Deportation Raids Raise Ire of Local Congresswoman

Planned Immigrant Deportation Raids Raise Ire of Local Congresswoman

    On Thursday, May 12, Reuters reported the Obama Administration intends to launch a nationwide 30-day “surge” of new immigration deportation raids, targeting hundreds of families and young adults through…

Monthly Feature: A Valuable Lesson Learned From Local Hardships

Monthly Feature: A Valuable Lesson Learned From Local Hardships

      By Roshan Perera Asian-Pacific American heritage month celebrates the culture and heritage of Asian Americans, as well as recognizing the contributions that they have made to better…

Scientists Believe San Andreas Fault Will Cause Major Earthquake Soon

Scientists Believe San Andreas Fault Will Cause Major Earthquake Soon

    By Annette Semerdjian Years of pressure holding a slipping fault could relieve itself and set off a major earthquake for California, according to new research. Although California has…

Monthly Feature: The Origin of Asian-Pacific Heritage Month

Monthly Feature: The Origin of Asian-Pacific Heritage Month

    How You Can Celebrate It  By Roshan Perera May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. The San Gabriel Valley is experiencing a boom in the amount of Asian businesses…

Monthly Feature: Dispelling the Myths About Autism

Monthly Feature: Dispelling the Myths About Autism

    By Roshan Perera As National Autism Awareness Months comes to a close there are still numerous myths that circulate about what autism is and how to “deal with”…

72nd Temple City Camellia Festival

72nd Temple City Camellia Festival

“Hometown Pride” is the theme for the 72nd Temple City Camellia Festival, which will take place from Friday, Feb. 26 to Sunday, Feb. 28. The parade will take place Saturday,…

Temple City Falls to San Marino

Temple City Falls to San Marino

Monrovia Beats Temple City Girls Varsity Soccer

Monrovia Beats Temple City Girls Varsity Soccer