The San Marino High School music department presents their annual Mid-Winter’s Night Concert on Friday, December 6 at Oneonta Congregational Church, located at 1515 Garfield Avenue in South Pasadena.
Come one and all to the Huntington Middle School orchestra’s holiday concert in the Kenneth F. White Auditorium on Friday, December 13 at 7:00 p.m.
Valentine Elementary School students will lift their angelic voices in celebration of the coming holiday season at the school’s WinterSong festival. Joyful students in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades, as well as the Third, Fourth and Fifth grade choirs will be sharing songs from around the world. This program takes place on Thursday, December 12 at 1:00 p.m. and Friday, December 13 at 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. in the Kenneth F. White Auditorium at Huntington Middle School....Read More
A bottle of 2004 Romanée-Conti from the French Prime Minister’s cellar is on its way to China after fetching 10,500 euros ($14,300) at auction here on Friday, more than twice its guide price....Read More
The United States urged China Friday to set up an emergency hotline with Japan and South Korea to avoid confusion in its newly-declared airspace....Read More
The National Association of Realtors recognized the Arcadia Association of Realtors with a Gold Award for its 2013 Global Business Council Achievement Program at the 2013 REALTORS Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
A former nurse who claims Farrah Fawcett told her that Ryan O’Neal owns one of two Andy Warhol portraits of the late actress can testify in trial of the University of Texas’ lawsuit concerning whether the school or the actor owns the painting, a judge ruled today.
Gentle, soothing, pre-holiday music wafted over the sound system inside the Kenneth F. White Auditorium at Huntington Middle School on Monday night while warm-colored, calming landscapes floated across the projection screen as members of the San Marino City Council, Planning Commission and more than two hundred residents took their places for a special meeting to discuss the controversial Housing Element of the city’s General Plan.
A judge says he is inclined to deny Pasadena’s motion to dismiss a cross-complaint by owners of a pub who want the city to share any potential liability for a woman’s injuries suffered during an electrical accident.