The only university museum of art from Asia and the Pacific Islands reopens after extensive renovations.
Many have passed the two-story Chinese-style building on North Los Robles Avenue in Old Pasadena and wondered, What’s behind those thick beige walls topped with a green-tiled roof, curled up at the edges? A mural on the side wall provides clues — a large dragon with a twisting body, red stalks of bamboo and a … Continue reading “The only university museum of art from Asia and the Pacific Islands reopens after extensive renovations.”
Last year’s massive Equifax data breach underlined how vulnerable personal information is to cyberthieves.
When The New York Times published “The Biggest Tech Failures and Successes of 2017,” July’s massive Equifax hack topped the list of “epic failures” that “exposed your personal data to hackers.” That so-called epic failure was unprecedented — cyberthieves breached the credit reporting agency’s repository of sensitive personal information for more than 145 million Americans, … Continue reading “Last year’s massive Equifax data breach underlined how vulnerable personal information is to cyberthieves.”
Ah, January. Fresh starts, new beginnings. It’s the perfect time of year to get back on the fitness track, now that all those gleefully consumed holiday calories are starting to make their presence known (tight waistband, anyone?). But if feelings of sluggishness or workout boredom are getting in the way, it’s easy to get one’s … Continue reading “With ClassPass, mixing up one’s fitness routine has never been easier”