The coronavirus pandemic continues to surge around the country with major increases in Los Angeles county, leading to a halt in in-person dining for all businesses in Los Angeles. Although Pasadena is a part of Los Angeles county, city officials have chosen not to follow these restrictions and continue to allow in person dining at outdoor locations in Pasadena.
Local businesses flourish at Monrovia’s Friday night street fair
Beginning Friday afternoon, Myrtle Avenue transforms from a bustling street of shoppers to a festive community of vendors, art enthusiasts, movie goers, and families looking for new and exquisite food to try. The Monrovia street fair gives local businesses the chance to thrive during harsh economic periods, and eating for up and coming entrepreneurs ready to showcase their businesses. In 1995, the City of Monrovia held its first street fair on grounds of Myrtle Avenue, a lengthy street packed with shops, restaurants, and a historic …
Aspiring entrepreneur defies parents, leaves China for PCC
In a classroom of over thirty people, Weijie Gao, on occasion would ask his environmental science professor for help. However he would get the same response of, “ask your group members for help,” when searching for the answer. Even when Gao would get rejected multiple times, he was still determined to find the right solution. Whether it be to a science problem or to making life decisions, he would ensure he found what he was looking for.
Kaepernick’s unemployment: football or politics?
Saggy pants, boy bands, the dab… I remember when these fads went out of style and when they’re here, everyone gets consumed by them. However, life moves on, and one thing replaces another. That is why the Colin Kaepernick situation is the way it is and the game of football has moved on, leaving Kaepernick behind. Let me explain.
Lancers’ Lives: Twin bond embedded in Hawaiian roots
Born and raised on the beautiful island of Kauai, 19 year old twins Shawna and Shane Ogata bring their academics, athleticism, and their Hawaiian hospitality to PCC. Both majoring in business, Shawna played two seasons for the Lancers volleyball team, while Shane plays baseball. The twins share a passion for the beach and their natives roots but what makes them stand out is the love they have for each other. Unlike most siblings, Shane and Shawna are best friends.
‘Bizforum’ inspires while setting students straight
Two years ago, Eric Pingarron was taking accounting classes at PCC. This year, he was offered a full-time position at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) LLP, a worldwide accounting, audit, tax advisory and business consulting company.