San Gabriel’s very first Starbucks is now open, could it mean more national chains are coming?
Public domain photo courtesy of Flickr user Cristian Ungureanu.
News roundup for Alhambra and the San Gabriel Valley for June 29, 2018:
- San Gabriel’s very first Starbucks is now open, could it mean more national chains are coming? (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
- No-go: Law would have given the 710 Freeway ‘stubs’ over to Alhambra, Pasadena (Pasadena Star-News)
- Internet Privacy Deal Nears As Initiative Qualifies For California’s November Ballot (Jefferson Public Radio)
- Alhambra tree ordinance not tough enough, critics claim (Pasadena Weekly)
- The 20 Essential San Gabriel Valley Restaurants (Eater LA)
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