Spending the Summer with Shakespeare

IMG_3643web Nine-year-old SanMarino resident Olivia is in the middle of spending five weeks getting to know Shakespeare. She is taking part in A Noise Within’s Summer with Shakespeare along with 105 other kids between six and 18 years old. 9:16 am Read More

Salute to Our Veterans: Keith McDonald

United States Army Specialist 4th Class Keith McDonald, 504th Signal Company Sacramento, California, 1964 Keith McDonald was sent to the 504th Signal Company Headquarters in Sacramento–a civilian-operated Army depot–where he served as Specialist 4th Class directly under the 1st Sergeant and Commanding Officer. 11:55 am Read More
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Plein Air Exhibition, Sale to Feature Local Artists’ Arroyo Seco Art

California Art Club President Peter Adams works on his painting at La Casita del Arroyo in Pasadena. Photos by Stacy Lee More than a dozen plein air artists spent last week documenting the natural beauty of the Arroyo Seco and its surroundings. Their works will be on display and for sale at the Plein Air Paintings of the Arroyo Seco Art Exhibition and Sale on Sunday, Aug. 2 from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. at the La Casita del Arroyo, 177 S. Arroyo Ave., in Pasadena. 9:06 am Read More

Boys State Experience Lights Up Liu, Davis

San Marino High School seniors Chaz Davis and Emerson Liu, Mitch Lehman Photo Two about-to-be seniors at San Marino High School were all smiles while recounting their experience at the 2015 edition of Boys State, which was held last month at California State University, Sacramento. 10:17 am Read More

San Marino High School ranks No. 9 of 50 best public high schools in the United States, according to a recent ranking by bestcolleges.com.

A judge declared a mistrial on Thursday, July 30 in the case of two reputed gang members charged in the Christmas Day 2012 killing of a civilian Sheriff’s Department employee in Pasadena.

San Marino Says It’s Best to Stay with CalPERS

CalPERS has undergone changes since the city of San Marino entered into an agreement with them in 1950, the most recent of which is that the state and its schools would increase funding of employee pension funds by 6 percent. Due to these increases, city staff added an extra $1.5 million to the 2015-16 budget for these payments. 9:17 am Read More

San Marino School Board Lays Out Game Plan at Huntington Summit

PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are Board members Joseph Chang, Nam Jack, Board president Lisa link, Shelley Ryan and Chris Norgaard. Mitch Lehman Photo The notion of six hours spent at The Huntington Library summons up images of leisurely walks through pristine gardens and interaction with one of the world’s truly iconic art collections. But for the five members of San Marino’s school board, the July 17 experience at Arabella and Henry’s former home was strikingly different, but might possibly bring forth similar masterpieces. 9:04 am Read More