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APIDC Hosts First Ever Awards Gala

On October 25, 2014, APIDC hosted its first Annual Gala at the beautiful Cicada Restaurant in downtown Los Angeles.  APIDC’s Lifetime Achievement Award was bestowed upon the former Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta, for his role in supporting the historic passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This was a unique opportunity to recognize Mr. Mineta’s many contributions to our country. 11:45 am Read More

San Gabriel Mission Dedicates Historic Vineyard

IMG_7569 San Gabriel Mission dedicated its historic Original Wine Grape Vineyard Project on Thursday, Oct. 23, in mission's gardens from one of the original vines that started the original wine grape vineyards of the missions in California and supplied many missions with wine in the early mission era.  "Like the historic orange tree grove planted in June 2006 in mission's gardens that came from original trees and is the first original orange tree grove at the mission in decades,  this is the first working original wine grape vineyard at the mission in decades," announced mission Public Relations Director Chuck Lyons. 10:55 am Read More

A Happy Birthday, Mr. Bayle

Emile “Emile Bayle should be San Marino’s mayor for life,” a former resident once told me.  “Why?” seemed the natural retort.  “His name,” my friend said. “‘Emile Bayle.’ It just sounds like a name the mayor should have. And that deep, booming voice. It’s a mayor’s voice.”  And my friend went on for the next fifteen minutes saying ‘Mayor Emile Bayle’ in his best Mayor Emile Bayle voice, which wasn’t too bad if I recall.  A lot could be said for the idea, though when he retired from public office Emile seemed content to spend the rest of his days watching his grandchildren perform. 11:10 am Read More
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“Emile Bayle should be San Marino’s mayor for life,” a former resident once told me.  “Why?” seemed the natural retort.  “His name,” my friend said. “‘Emile Bayle.’ It just sounds like a name the mayor should have. And that deep, booming voice. It’s a mayor’s voice.”  And my friend went on for the next fifteen minutes saying ‘Mayor Emile Bayle’ in his best Mayor Emile Bayle voice, which wasn’t too bad if I recall.  A lot could be said for the idea, though when he retired from public office Emile seemed content to spend the rest of his days watching his grandchildren perform.

Authorities today raided scores of homes across the county to ensure that convicted child predators are complying with their probation…

U.S. Condemns Scholar’s Sentence

US Secretary of State John Kerry slammed what he called a "harsh" life sentence handed down Tuesday in China against a prominent Uighur scholar for "separatism," and called for his release. 3:30 pm Read More