This exhibit was a pleasant reminder of the true beauty as well as diversity of the San Gabriel Valley. For many of us in the San Gabriel Valley, these scenes are all too familiar. I once lived on the corner of Del Mar and Los Robles, I remember looking out each morning at the church that Suko includes in the background of his work. Paintings like Suko's and the other forms of artistic expressions represented at the Contemporary Masters remind us all why we love the San Gabriel Valley and why we are so proud to call it our home.
ARMENIAN VOTERS OVERWHELMINGLY TURN OUT FOR CALIF. DEMOCRATIC PARTY DELEGATE ELECTIONS Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 http://asbarez.com/130693/armenian-voters-overwhelmingly-turn-out-for-calif-democratic-party-delegate-elections/ The rain and long lines did not deter Armenian-Americans from voting in Calif.
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An urgent care slated to open its doors in Montrose within the next few months will be the nearest such medical facility to residents living in the foothill communities. Adventist Health will operate the urgent care at 1975 Verdugo Blvd., where four or five doctors will be stationed and a few more will be part of the site's primary-care operation, said Arby Nahapetian, chief medical officer for the Adventist Health Southern California region. Opening an urgent care in Montrose has been about two years in the making, he said.
Montrose is about to gain a new venue for live theater in a space that's usually home for a martial arts studio on Honolulu Avenue. The theater will host its first show on Jan. 11 with a two-hour open-mic night, beginning at 8 p.m. Participants will have two to five minutes to perform, from reading poetry to dancing. "Have theatre, will travel," he said, jokingly. What: Montrose Theatre's Open Mic Night Where: Every other Sunday beginning Jan. 11, from 8 to 10 p.m.; sign-ups begin at 7 p.m. When: Montrose Martial Arts, 2425 Honolulu Ave.
At approximately 6 a.m. Monday, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Altadena Mountain Search and Rescue Team received a call of two lost mountain bikers near Altadena, in the Angeles National Forest. AMRT, Los Angeles County Fire Department , California Highway Patrol, LASD Montrose and Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Teams responded and shortly thereafter located the victims' vehicles in the area. For any media inquiries, please contact Deputy Daniel Paige, LASD, Altadena Search and Rescue Team at 626 241-2499 .