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Pygmalion opens at Pasadena Playhouse

Phonetics professor Henry Higgins is getting ready to teach a Cockney flower girl how to pass as a duchess at an ambassador’s garden party. Along the way, he discovers an unexpected result from his personal challenge to make Eliza Doolittle an upper class woman. The story, an interpretation from George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, is being performed at the Pasadena Playhouse from March 17 to April 12. 9:31 am Read More
NCL Starry Night Gala Committee. Photos by Judith Ann Warren

The National Charity League, Juniors of San Marino (NCL, Jrs.) hosted a beautiful gala, Starry Night, at the Jonathan Club, on Saturday, March 14.

Nancy (Ophelia) Ennis Follett, recipient of the 2015 Mary Lowther Ranney Award and her former teacher Rosemary Lonergan

As women have graduated from Westridge School in Pasadena, many said their experience as students there have made them who they are today.

Huntington Middle School hosts mini Relay for Life

Sophia Schaefer, 10, and Jill Gulick complete a quiz on cancer during the mini Relay for Life, held at Huntington Middle School on March 13. An estimated 1.66 million people in the United States will develop cancer in 2015. Nearly 589,500 will die from cancer this year. As 12-year-old Lawrence Chung ran around the Huntington Middle School track field on Friday, he read different signs that presented facts like these, provided by the American Cancer Society. Chung, along with about 150 people, ran a mini Relay for Life. 10:17 am Read More