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John Muir

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  • $15,000 worth of guitars donated to Burbank schools

    $15,000 worth of guitars donated to Burbank schools
    More than 40 brand new guitars and 40 brand new cables have been donated to Burbank schools. The donation—from the Traveling Guitar Foundation, ESP Guitars and Mogami Cable—will be going to four instrumental programs at Burbank High School,...
  • Jon B. Lovelace dies at 84; head of American Funds

    Jon B. Lovelace dies at 84; head of American Funds
    Jon B. Lovelace, who led the Los Angeles-based American Funds mutual fund company as it became one of the country's largest money management firms, has died. He was 84. His family said Lovelace died of natural causes at his home in Santa Barbara on...
  • Suspended coach gets support from John Muir alumni

    Ken Howard, facing battery charges for allegedly slamming a teenager against a row of lockers, is receiving a show of support from John Muir High alumni, who are selling t-shirts in support of the embattled football coach. The Pasadena Star-News reported...
  • Meet new Orlando Magic coach Jacque Vaughn

    Meet new Orlando Magic coach Jacque Vaughn
    The Orlando Magic narrowed their field of coaching candidates to three finalists: Michael Curry, Lindsey Hunter and Jacque Vaughn. Of those three, the most likely choice is Vaughn. So let’s take a closer look at Vaughn. Jacque Vaughn Age: Will...
  • Blair's graduation 2012: A week of caps, gowns, diplomas and smiles

    Blair's graduation 2012: A week of caps, gowns, diplomas and smiles
    Seniors at Blair High School in Pasadena donned caps, gowns and smiles on Tuesday for a graduation ceremony at Pasadena High School's Gladiss Edwards Auditorium. The school celebrated 151 graduates this year, including 25 candidates for international...
  • Pasadena siblings crusade for divergent political causes

    Pasadena siblings crusade for divergent political causes
    SACRAMENTO — In a second-floor walk-up near the Capitol, two children of one of the world's richest men used to slump into armchairs in the evening and gripe about California education, unwittingly laying the groundwork for a potential upheaval in...
  • Alfonso (Alfee) Enciso Jr.

    Alfonso (Alfee) Enciso Jr.
    Alfonso (Alfee) Enciso, Jr. beloved educator, administrator, coach, father, brother, son and husband passed away on May 31st, after a heart attack he suffered on May 11th.   His unexpected death leaves all who knew him with overwhelming sadness, knowing...
  • The art of inspiration

    The art of inspiration
    Inspiration is a fragile thing — an infant's frank gaze, a thought-provoking conversation, the last book you read. We spoke to three women in the world of fine arts about what moves them to create. Claire Sherman: It's all in the experiment...
  • San Gabriel Valley roundup: Bears invade Pasadena and Duarte, Schiff taking questions online

    San Gabriel Valley roundup: Bears invade Pasadena and Duarte, Schiff taking questions online
    Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, July 11, 2012. It was a busy day in the animal world yesterday, with a rabid bat warning and two bear sightings in Pasadena. Currently, 15 bats have tested positive for rabies, but that's only a slight...
  • Pasadena City College design program nets $3.9M federal grant

    Pasadena City College design program nets $3.9M federal grant
    Pasadena City College has received $3,875,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to expand a program that provides job skills to engineering students and helps them work toward their bachelor’s degrees. The college’s Design Technology...
  • Youth athletes test Memorial Field

    The Burroughs High track and field team has not even held a home meet at its new Memorial Field facility. Instead, a group of local youth athletes got first crack at the venue in an annual event Saturday. They were able to test out the new running track...