If we may digress into an episode of Family Feud... ‘Name something that every event planners fears.’
‘That’s the number one answer.’
And a thought that was on the forefront of San Marino national Little League President Jules Buenabenta’s mind as the long-awaited day approached and forecasts grew more and more ominous.
San Marino resident and author Jeanne Kelley recent- ly released ‘College, ADHD & Me,’ a book that describes the struggles of attending college with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. She originally started the book with her son Howie Randol III, who died a couple years ago, and it is now a legacy to him. Read More
The San Marino Police Department is searching for a black male in his mid-twenties who paralyzed a large portion of the city on Thursday, February 19 when he broke into a home in the 900 block of Winston Avenue, laid in wait before confronting a nanny, then fled in homeowner’s Mercedes Benz. Read More
Caution – part of this article contains subject matter some readers might deem offensive – if one is averse to whale sputum, that is.
“Actually, it’s not really sputum,” says 2010 San Marino High School graduate and engineering whiz-kid Adela Wee as she explains her current project. “A more accurate term might be ‘exhaled breath condensate.’” Read More
Valentine Elementary School is host to a number of talented individuals in the community. This week we feature a special group of brothers with an enormous talent for music, on the violin and cello. They are Joshua (10) and Nat Yue (8). Read More
One Suspect Draws Firearm, According to Witnesses; But K9, Chopper Aren’t Enough. The San Marino Police Department arrested a woman who was attempting to flee the scene of a hit-and-run accident in the 1100 block of Virginia Rd. on Tuesday morning, but two other suspects evaded capture, according to Police Chief John Incontro. One of […] Read More
Two San Marino Unified School District parents, who claim they represent others of a similar mindset, complained to The Tribune that administrators did a poor job of informing families of Tuesday’s visit by a delegation of approximately one hundred and fifty students and chaperones who toured Valentine Elementary and Huntington Middle Schools. Read More
Do you want to know what is really happening in the Southern California real estate market?Leslie Appleton-Young will be providing an overview of current trends and future market scenarios as the distinguished speaker at the February 17, 2015 Dinner Meeting of the San Marino City Club.Read More
“Sarah is an exceptional leader," AP Physics teacher and Titanium Robotics Advisor Scott Barton told the Tribune. "She is diligent, hard-working, delegates well and gets things done. She is calm and focused in reacting to set-backs and surprises.”
Cathay Bank is proud to be the exclusive sponsor of the San Marino Distinguished Students Program for 2015-2016.
Close to a hundred Valentine Elementary School mothers recently gathered at the home of Kristin and Greg Chapman for a special "Girls' Night In" celebration in anticipation of the impending Valentine Royale Parent Party. Read More
Starting in the fall, San Marino High School will partner with The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens to provide a groundbreaking learning experience for twenty-two seniors and juniors, who will receive access to collections not available to the general public. Read More
The Huntington Pres. Steven S. Koblik and Vice President for Operations Laurie Sowd welcomed members of the community and guests to check out the new Steven S. Koblik Education and Visitor Center Wednesday morning. Read More
The response of excitement and shock was quickly overtaken by a posture of gratitude and acceptance – all played out in front of a huge Rose Parade crowd at the corner of Orange Grove and Colorado Blvd. along with an estimated 40 million television viewers in the United States alone. Read More
There is no better way to explore the best that California has to offer than a road trip, and in 2015, the California Art Club will dedicate its exhibitions at the California Art Club Gallery at The Old Mill to this classic American pastime. Read More
Valentine Elementary School’s very own Chelsea Chiu recently returned to Staples Center to give an encore performance of our National Anthem before the Los Angeles Lakers squared off against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, December 23. Read More
The San Marino Chapter of National Charity League recently celebrated its 52nd annual Debutante Ball, paying tribute to 21 young women who have volunteered more than 14,000 hours at more than 20 agencies in the past six years. Read More
On at least a half dozen occasions over the past two months, San Marino’s buckling sidewalks have struck down walkers, runners and bicyclists, at least two of which resulted in broken bones and bloody knees. Read More
The San Marino Guild of the Huntington Hospital recently presented $20,000 to the Huntington Hospital for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for the purchase of a Criticool Hypothermia Therapy unit to treat newborns following birth asphysia. This specialized equipment is a full body cooling wrap which delivers cooling therapy within minutes, greatly increasing the baby’s survival […] Read More
The newest members of the San Marino High School Basketball program are holding their 5th annual unwrapped toy drive benefitting La Casa de San Gabriel Community Center. Bring an unwrapped toy and receive a treat from one of our local eateries. Toys appropriate from infant to teen years appreciated. Raffle drawing for Clippers tickets will also be available. Read More
The San Marino High School Football Booster Club honored a former Titan at the team’s annual banquet last month with the presentation of the inaugural Dann V. Angeloff ‘Extra Mile’ Leadership Award to four seniors; Tyler Spitzer, Matt Miller, Cole Mace and Chip Crowley. Read More