Salute to Our Veterans: Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell A true Southern California boy, Los Angeles native Bruce Campbell was a freshman at UCLA when he was summoned to a most different part of the world. World War II had broken out in Europe, Campbell was ripped from Westwood and wound up in the Appenine Mountains as a member of the United States Army’s storied 10th Mountain Division as they battled in the Italian Theater. 11:31 am Read More
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Steve Koblik Retires From The Huntington

Steve Koblik3web Steve Koblik retired this past Tuesday, June 30 from his position as president of The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens after leading the San Marino cultural institution through numerous milestones in expansion, renovations, acquisitions and fundraising. 9:19 am Read More
Bruce Campbell

A true Southern California boy, Los Angeles native Bruce Campbell was a freshman at UCLA when he was summoned to a most different part of the world. World War II had broken out in Europe, Campbell was ripped from Westwood and wound up in the Appenine Mountains as a member of the United States Army’s storied 10th Mountain Division as they battled in the Italian Theater.

A 1.5-mile stretch of recently opened toll and carpool lanes on the San Bernardino (10) Freeway in the San Gabriel Valley will be closed starting July 6 for two months of bridge repairs.