Monthly Archives: February, 2016

Valentine’s Day is for Families, Too

Dear Parents, Valentine’s Day is traditionally a fun-loving favorite for children. Red will rule the day as they head off to school Friday with specially...

Rose Bowl Has Blossomed Under the Upbeat Dunn

One month after hosting its most important event of the year, the Rose Bowl is a much quieter stadium on an afternoon in February....

Hikers Step Up to Help the Homeless

Mike Simms is no stranger to the elements. Between volunteering with the Forest Service, curating the Echo Mountain ruins and running Friends of Echo...

Increased DUI Risk on Super Bowl Sunday

Before you don your Broncos or Panthers garb and head to a Super Bowl party this weekend, be sure you’ve made arrangements to get...

Door of Hope Swings Open for Gala on Feb. 20

For the past 30 years, Door of Hope in Pasadena has stood as a beacon of optimism in the community, helping homeless families rebuild...

After Foster Care, Youths’ Journey Starts Here

For many foster youth, emancipation signifies freedom from years of displacement, confusion, confinement and often trauma. This freedom is short-lived, however, when emancipated foster...
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