More than a snapshot of Terry Miller


Longtime photojournalist Terry Miller of the Arcadia Weekly and parent company Beacon Media has chronicled most of the most notable moments in Arcadia and surrounding communities over parts of the last three decades. And now a few of his most striking photographs are on display in an impressive exhibit at the Gilb Museum of Arcadia Heritage through March 14 called, He’s Got Ink In His Blood: 30 Years of California Photojournalism. Miller … [Read more...]

City Clerk Glasco available for weddings

Gene Glasco

With new legislation giving City Clerks authority to perform marriages, Arcadia's elected City Clerk Gene Glasco says he is ready, willing, and happy to provide this service for couples at venues of choice ranging from the Queen Anne Cottage to the Queen Mary. Just call him at (626) 456.4366 to make arrangements to schedule your marital vows at home or anywhere else with a simple yet solemn ceremony. He says there will only be a nominal fee plus … [Read more...]

From mail truck to Ferrari at Carcadia


The first monthly Carcadia @Route 66 in 2015 got off to a great start Sunday, Jan. 24, with more than 30 vehicles ranging from vintage delivery and mail trucks to a new Ferrari, a recent Shelby Cobra GT 350 and many classics and muscle cars from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Carcadia @Route 66, created by Arcadia resident Glenn Oyoung's Turn3 Creative and sponsored by the non-profit community events group Arcadia's Best Foundation, is held every … [Read more...]

Senior Citizen of Year noms


The City of Arcadia's Senior Services is soliciting nominations for 2015 Senior City of the Year. Nomination forms are available at the Arcadia Community Center and the Recreation Department office at 375 Campus Drive or downloaded from the City's web site. Nominees should meet the following criteria: 55+ years of age Arcadia resident Actively involved in volunteer work Have made significant contributions to improve the … [Read more...]

Albert Einstein at Library Feb. 10


The incomparable Duffy Hudson will once again entertain, delight and inform us with his appearance as the brilliant Albert Einstein. Duffy Hudson's one-man show portraying the genius and personality of Albert Einstein will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the Arcadia Public Library, 20 W. Duarte Road, Arcadia, Ca. Admission will be free to members of the Friends of the Arcadia Public Library. Tickets for non-members will cost $10 -- … [Read more...]

Free Library concert Feb. 4


A program of classical music by composers Ernest Chausson and Joseph Haydn called Spiritual Virtuosity is on tap for the next Classical Kaleidoscope Concert scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 4, 2015, in the Cay Mortenson Auditorium of the Arcadia Public Library 20 W. Duarte Rd., Arcadia. This latest in the annual series of free concerts sponsored by the volunteer non-profit Arcadia Public Library Foundation, once again features a program by violinist … [Read more...]

Join Friends of Museum


The Friends of the Arcadia Museum invite you to become a member at one of various levels (Although the Gilb Museum of Arcadia Heitage itself is funded and operated by the City of Arcadia, the Friends is a volunteer community support organization, not to be confused with the non-profit fund-raising agency, the Arcadia Historical Museum Foundation, which is responsible for raising the seed money necessary to build the new building between the … [Read more...]