Finally, the Evidence Emerges: It Looks Likely that ALDI Really is Coming to Altadena

first_img Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy More Cool Stuff Make a comment Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes 0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it HerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyTips From A Professional Stylist On How To Look Stunning In 2020HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Mental Health Chatbot Which Helps People With DepressionHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeautycenter_img Community News top box 4 Finally, the Evidence Emerges: It Looks Likely that ALDI Really is Coming to Altadena Published on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 | 7:17 pm At Tuesday night’s Land Use Committee meeting of the Altadena Town Council, the attached documents were available showing detailed plans filed with Los Angeles County which clearly show an ALDI market at the corner of Calaveras Street at Lake Avenue.These plans are the first solid, convincing documentary evidence on record that seemsto prove an ALDI will be opened at that location.See the plans for yourself! Click here Aldi_ElevationsAs recently as August 25, public relations officials for ALDI refused to reveal if the market was planning to come to Altadena.“As you can imagine, there are many factors involved when ALDI opens a new location. Aspects such as population density, proximity to competition, cost of the property and, with this being California, even traffic patterns are evaluated,” wrote Eniko Bolivar, Vice President of ALDI-hired PR firm Weber Shandwick.Looks like Los Angeles County may have blown their smokescreen away. Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Business News Top of the News Subscribe EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m.last_img read more

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Odds & Ends: Will Chase Eyeing Nashville Return & More

first_img Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Will Chase Eyeing Nashville ReturnTurns out that just because Will Chase is set to show how hard it is to be the Bard in Broadway’s Something Rotten!, he may still appear in the fifth season of Nashville, which will now air on CMT after ABC dropped it. Variety reports that Chase is in talks to go back for a few episodes to complete his storyline, although he wouldn’t be a series regular. The stage and screen star will begin performances at the St. James Theatre, taking over for Tony winner Christian Borle, on July 18.Alexandra Silber Pens Fiddler NovelFiddler on the Roof’s Alexandra Silber is set to publish a sequel to the classic work! The book came about after the actress spent two years as Hodel in the tuner in the U.K. “I had to know what happens to this 18-year-old girl who gets on a train and goes to Siberia in the name of love,” Silber revealed to the New York Times. So, she wrote a novel, After Anatevka, which will be published by Pegasus in the summer of 2017. Silber is currently appearing as the oldest daughter, Tzeitel, at the Broadway Theatre.Casting Set for Samuel D. Hunter’s The HarvestGideon Glick, Scott Jaeck, Leah Karpel, Madeleine Martin, Peter Mark Kendall, Christopher Sears and Zoë Winters have been enlisted for off-Broadway’s The Harvest. Samuel D. Hunter’s play is set in Idaho and follows a group of young missionaries preparing to go to the Middle East. Directed by Davis McCallum, the production will play a limited engagement October 8 through November 20 at Lincoln Center’s Claire Tow Theater. Opening night is scheduled for October 24.Hamilton Cast Members to Support Rising StarsHamilton’s Anthony Ramos and Emmy Raver-Lampman, along with The Color Purple’s Kyle Scatliffe, are just some of the previous Rising Stars tapped for Town Hall’s Broadway Rising Stars Concert on July 11. The event, now in its tenth year, showcases the next generation of up-and-coming talent who are the most outstanding new graduates from schools including Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, CAP21 and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Break a leg to all! Will Chase(Photo: Bruce Glikas) View Commentslast_img read more

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Anticipated growth may spur small business lending

first_imgNew research shows the majority of small businesses are planning for growth, which they anticipate funding through lines of credit and business loans. According to the Raddon Research Insights: Winning Small Business Customers study, 79 percent of small businesses plan to grow over the long term, which could create lending opportunities for financial institutions.“When looking for a loan small businesses tend to look to their primary financial institution, so attracting small business deposit accounts can serve as the entry point for future loan business,” says Bill Handel, VP/research at Raddon, Lombard, Ill., a Fiserv, company. “Financial institutions can win small business customers by demonstrating that they understand business owners’ challenges, have the expertise these customers need, and can deliver the technology and service to help small businesses grow.”Small Business Growth Creates Lending OpportunitiesOf the 79 percent of small businesses planning for growth, about a third (38 percent) said they plan to use a business line of credit for funding, whereas 22 percent said they plan to use a business loan. These percentages rise to 50 percent for a business line of credit and 26 percent for a business loan among larger small businesses with $2 million to $10 million in annual sales. 30SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

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Bulldogs Ripley County Track Champs

first_imgCongratulations to the Batesville Bulldog Track and Field team as both the men and the women claimed the County Championship Title tonight. The scores were close to the same for both teams. The men scored 124 points to Milan’s 46, South Ripley came in close 3rd at 41 points and Jac-Cen-Del-27. The women scored 123 points to Jac-Cen-Del’s 46, South Ripley-35 and only one point behind with 34 points, Milan.Despite the hot temperatures, there were many great performances and Batesville was also announced with the MVP awards. Peter Heil was the men’s overall MVP, winning all three of his individuals events, 110 and 300 hurdles (16.23 and 42.86) and long jump (19’10.5″). On the women’s side, Batesville’s Kelsey Gausman shared the MVP crown with Jac-Cen-Del’s Kelsey Bowling. Kelsey was on both the winning 4 x 800 relay and 4 x 400 relay and won the 800 (2:38.88) and the 1600m run (5:47.97). Congratulations Pete and Kelsey!The Bulldogs were also able to crown all 6 relay teams and 15different individuals as County Champions. Individually, besides Peter and Kelsey, here is the list of the other individual champions:Tanner Ayette-100m dash (11.59)Connor Bell-800m run (2:08.61)Michael Tunny-400m dash (52.75)Caleb Moster-3200m run (10:37)Kevin Bedel-discus (118’0″)Robert Strobel-pole vault (10’9″)Kim Tidman-high jump (4’10”)Mary Elizabeth Elkins-long jump (15’5″)Jessica Wagers-pole vault (8’0″)Samantha Heidlage-Shot Put(32’8.25″)) and Discus (97’9″)Clare Brun-300m hurdles (49.35)Madeleine Robben-200m dash (27.83)Mary Poltrack-3200m run (12:16)And all the relays:4 x 100m relay of Jacob Koehne, Tanner Ayette, Garrett Yorn, Michael Tunny(44.28)) and Madeleine Robben, Haylee Harmeyer, Mary Elizabeth Elkins, Clare Burns(52.86)4 x 400m relay of Garrett Yorn, John Moody, Jacob Koehne, Michael Tunny(3:41.62) and Haylee Harmeyer, Kelsey Gausman, Mary Elizabeth Elkins, Clare Bruns(4:21.53)4 x 800m relay of Caleb Moster, Cole Nuhring, Calvin Lehman, Connor Bell(9:24.14) and Mary Poltrack, Maria Wessel, Sarah Poltrack and Kelsey Gausman(10:29.37)Runner up honors went to:Tim Tunny-high jumpNathan Bedel and Lexi Hatcher-pole vaultMitchell Gudgeon-shot putLuke Forbeck-discusGarrett Yorn and Audrey Hall-400m runCole Nuhring-800m runChris Riffle-3200m runGrant Meyers-1600m runMary Elizabeth Elkins-200m runBrooke Drake-800m runMaria Wessel-3200m runClare Bruns-100m hurdlesSarah Poltrack-1600m run3rd place finishers were:Jared Ilderton-high jump, Garrett Yorn-long jump, Neal Nobbe-shot put, Jacob Koehne-100m dash, Haylee Harmeyer-100m dash, Libby Stenger-100m hurdles4th place finishers were:Trevor Gartenman-300m hurdles, Reed Streuwing-200m dash, Alison Muckerheide-long jump, Avni Patel-shot put, Maddie Pierson-400m dash, Libby Stenger-300m hurdlesand finishing out the scoring, at 5th place were:Chris Laymon-110m hurdles, Hannah Canady-high jump, Avni Patel-discus, Paige Current-100m dashThere were several personal records broken tonight and they were:Chris Laymon-110m hurdlesRobert Strobel-pole vaultMitch Gudgeon-shot putLuke Forbeck-discusClare Bruns-300m hurdlesBrooke Drake-800m runMary Elizabeth Elkins-200m dashSamantha Heidlage-discus4 x 100 relay team of Jacob Koehne, Tanner Ayette, Garrett Yorn and Michael Tunny4 x 400 split of Haylee HarmeyerReed Streuwing-200m dashThe Bulldogs now have a week to prepare for the EIAC (Conference) Meet which is next Thursday at South Dearborn.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img read more

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Medalists speak at panel

first_imgOlympic gold medalists Rebecca Soni, DeeDee Trotter and Cynthia Cooper-Dyke talked about their journeys from student-athletes to coaches at Tuesday night’s “USC in the Olympics” panel in Bovard Auditorium.Trojan Olympians · (From left to right): Rebecca Soni, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke and DeeDee Trotter spoke about their emotions and experiences while competing in the Olympics at Bovard Auditorium on Tuesday evening. – Benjamin Dunn | Daily TrojanSoni, Trotter and Cooper-Dyke medaled in swimming, track and field and basketball, respectively.Organized by the Program Board’s Trojan Pride and Speakers Committee, the panel was moderated by Professor Daniel Durbin, who teaches sports media among a variety of other things at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.Trojan Pride’s director Kyleen Marcella said that an Olympic panel was something they had been talking about for a while due to the history USC has in the Olympics. The two committees wanted to host the panel before the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.“We wanted to focus not just on the Olympic games, but what it means to be a student-athlete at USC competing at such a top level and what it’s like to be a role model and coach for these student-athletes,” Marcella said. “DeeDee, Rebecca and Coach Cooper are not only Olympians, but role models for the students they continue to coach and teach at the school. We think it’s important to highlight USC’s history in the Olympics and the people that continue to make our school successful.”Volunteer assistant coach for track and field DeeDee Trotter arrived at USC only                            three-and-a-half months ago.“I got into track and field by accident,” Trotter said. “I didn’t have track dreams growing up, but I was just fast.”Speaking about her coaching experience at USC, she stated that it was a pleasure to be training such a talented set of people.“It’s so great because they look up to you, and respect you, and listen to what you have to say and the advice you have for them,” Trotter said.Cooper-Dyke, head coach of the women’s basketball team, started playing basketball when she was 15.“I came to USC at the last minute because we won the high school championship, and they offered me a spot,” Cooper-Dyke said. “I believe in working harder than everyone else, rather than just being better than them. When I made the Olympic team I was shocked, but more so that I was going to the Olympics rather than just making the team.”Soni, the first woman to finish the 200-meter breaststroke in less than 2 minutes and 20 seconds, said that her experience in the Olympics was an award in itself.“[It is all about your] hard work paying off, and just being able to represent your country.”She also said that she’s always excited to come to USC because she enjoys seeing all the changes on campus.“I’m really excited for the new changes, including Heritage Hall and the new aquatic center,” Soni said.The three women also agreed that the Olympics were a surreal experience and that standing on the podium to receive their medal was the best part aside from the opening ceremonies.“You can’t put into words what you actually experience when you walk into the stadium,”          Cooper-Dyke said.Students in attendance were incredibly excited to be hearing the athletes talk about their journeys.Saleeta Rajwani, a sophomore majoring in cognitive science, was especially interested in the panel’s ties to the Trojan Family.“I’m just so excited to hear them talk especially since they went to USC, you know?” she said. “It’s great that they came back to USC to talk about their experiences.”Kelly Lynch, a sophomore majoring in civil engineering, said she was excited that the Olympians would take time out of their schedules to talk to students.“For all the athletes, and everyone else too, it’s so inspiring that people at such a high level of sports are here with us to talk to us, and are from USC,” she said.last_img read more

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