Tagged: San Marino

Titan Band Qualifies for 4A Division Field Championships

Sandy Fauré, Kenny Lin and Jeremy Trinh perform at Saturday’s Division Championships.  Victor Wong Photo San Marino High School’s ‘November to Remember’ continued with a historical performance by the Titan Marching Band, who Nov. 21 made only its second appearance in the Southern California Schools Band & Orchestra Association 4A Division Field Championships at Warren High School. 2:55 pm Read More

A Special Thanksgiving from our Archives

Posted Thursday, Nov. 26 – 3:06 p.m. By Amanda Larsh On Thanksgiving we are always grateful for the health and safety of our family and friends, and back in 1944 the same sentiment rang true for San Marino’s Mobus family. During World War II Capt. John and Lt. Charles Mobus both served in the U.S. […] 3:07 pm Read More

Hey! We Can Do That, Too

PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, TOP ROW: are Kristi Tatsuno (Earth), Audrey Wilson (Water), Victoria Castreje (Fire) and Alexis French (Air). FRONT: Tiffany Chang (Philia). Terry Fouché Photo San Marino High School’s Dance Department presents the stirring original production of "Philia and the Four Elements" this weekend. 5:34 pm Read More

Salute to Our Veterans: Dennis Kneier

Dennis Kneier Circa 1960s More than five decades ago it was about defending a nation, as San Marino veteran Dennis Kneier and hundreds of others donned full battle gear and stood on 24-hour notice at Ft. Lewis, waiting to see if they would be deployed during the Cuban Missile Crisis. 10:00 am Read More

Lacy Park Rose Arbor Still Being Assessed

"The Rose Arbor is toast,” said Councilmember Dennis Kneier at the Oct. 30 San Marino City Council Meeting. He continued, “We have to figure out something to do sooner or later. At first the idea was to just tear it all down and put $4,000 in the budget to do that. But we decided maybe that’s not the right thing to do.” 9:20 am Read More

Talt, Huang Sail to Council Seats; Measures ‘SA’ and ‘U’ Pass

Steven Huang, left, and Steve Talt with Lindsey Huang at a recent community event. Photo by Jane Kelly The longest city council campaign in memory is in the books – a full 10 months since candidate Scott Kwong announced his intent to run in a New Year’s card to the community – with favorites Steve Talt and Dr. Steven Huang as the top vote-getters, officially unseating incumbents Eugene Sun and Dennis Kneier. 9:09 am Read More

A Look Into YMCA’s Youth and Government

The joint San Marino/South Pasadena YMCA Youth & Government delegation gathered together last year in Sacramento. Photo courtesy of Jamila Seede “Democracy must be learned by each generation” is the motto of YMCA Youth and Government. This is a program that allows high school students in the United States to serve in model governments at the local, state, national and international levels. It currently operates in 38 states, and Washington, D.C. 11:19 pm Read More