Community / January 19, 2018 South Pasadena Library Author Night With Dr. Bonnie Buratti

An Author Night with Dr. Bonnie J. Buratti will be presented in the library community room on Thursday, January 25 at 7 p.m. Dr. Buratti, a leading astronomer, will be discussing her new book, “Worlds Fantastic, Worlds Familiar: A Guided Tour of the Solar System.” The 2017 book is an engaging account written for non-specialist readers of...

Arts & Entertainment / January 19, 2018 Pasadena Playhouse ‘Community@Play’ Initiative Thousands of Free Tickets

Pasadena Playhouse is announcing Community@Play, a new free ticket initiative allowing thousands of area students and residents to enjoy the trans formative power of live theatrical performances at the Playhouse. This initiative is sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank, an active supporter of the Pasadena Playhouse for more than 19 years. With Community@Play, the Pasadena Playhouse...

Arts & Entertainment / January 19, 2018 Fred Tackett and Paul Barrere of Little Feat to Perform at The Rose

Legendary guitarists Fred Tackett and Paul Barrere will perform at The Rose, 254 East Green St., Pasadena, on Friday, January 26th. The Holy Broken and Hunter & The Dirty Jacks will open the show. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Music starts at 7:00 p.m. This show is open to patrons of all ages (under 18 must be accompanied by a paying adult). Tickets are $28.00, $33.00 and $38.00. For more...

Crime / January 18, 2018 Pasadena Crime Blotter: Jan. 7 to Jan. 13

Jan. 8 At 7:42 p.m., Pasadena Police officers responded to the 1200 block of North Fair Oaks Avenue regarding a carjacking that had just occurred.  On arrival, officers talked with the victim who said he had stopped to use the restroom and was approached by the suspect.  The suspect displayed a firearm and the victim ran...

Sports / January 18, 2018 Muir High School Baseball and Softball Season Preview

By Spencer Stueve We are still roughly six weeks away from the start of the high school baseball season in Southern California, but as with every season, anticipation is high.  Football season is over, basketball is in the heat of league play, and baseball is just sitting out there, biding its time, and waiting to...

Arts & Entertainment / January 18, 2018 Blues Been Good to me Declares James Armstrong on New Catfood Records

Catfood Records artists James Armstrong has an ambitious schedule of tour dates beginning in early 2018 in support of his critically-acclaimed latest CD, Blues Been Good to Me, which he produced with Blues Music Award-winner Johnny Rawls. This is his third album for Catfood, following Blues at the Border (2011) and Guitar Angels (2014). Recorded...

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Editor’s Pick Your weekly events Jan. 19 Arcadia Community Center will be presenting a musical ‘Salute to Marriage’ in Arcadia on January 19th at 10 a.m. (365 Campus Dr. Arcadia, CA 91007). It will discuss the origin and background of various marriage songs on film and Broadway musicals.  Married couples portrayed on film and in...

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Stater Bros. Opens First Supermarket in Pasadena
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Stater Bros. Opens First Supermarket in Pasadena

Stater Bros. Markets is excited to announce that a retail space located at 1390 N. Allen Ave. (Northeast corner of Allen Ave. and Washington Blvd.) in Pasadena will soon become a Stater Bros. supermarket. The company will take possession of this location in May 2018 ensuring a smooth transition from the current occupant. At 42,000…

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Career Corner: If interviewing were dating

By Angela Copeland Interviewing for a job is a nerve racking process. When else do we want others to judge us? We spend so much time preparing – finding the perfect clothes, organizing our resume, and sneaking out of our job. We ask for recommendations from our old bosses. Not only are we judged during…

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Pasadena Crime Blotter: Jan. 7 to Jan. 13

Jan. 8 At 7:42 p.m., Pasadena Police officers responded to the 1200 block of North Fair Oaks Avenue regarding a carjacking that had just occurred.  On arrival, officers talked with the victim who said he had stopped to use the restroom and was approached by the suspect.  The suspect displayed a firearm and the victim ran...
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Candlelight vigil voices Concerns over Pasadena Police Brutality

Pasadena Mayor Touts 0.75 Percent Sales Tax Hike By Terry Miller While the main event was inside the gymnasium at Marshal Fundamental Tuesday night in Pasadena, scores of activists held a peaceful vigil outside the entrance of the State of the City event in Pasadena Tuesday night. Pasadenans and Altadenans Against Police Violence organized two events...

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South Pasadena Library Author Night With Dr. Bonnie Buratti

An Author Night with Dr. Bonnie J. Buratti will be presented in the library community room on Thursday, January 25 at 7 p.m. Dr. Buratti, a leading astronomer, will be discussing her new book, “Worlds Fantastic, Worlds Familiar: A Guided Tour of the Solar System.” The 2017 book is an engaging account written for non-specialist readers of...
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PCC’s Superintendent Vurdien Writes Open Letter to Local Community
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PCC’s Superintendent Vurdien Writes Open Letter to Local Community

  Vurdien became PCC’s chief executive in July 2015, and has led the college through the affirmation of its full accreditation status, the launch of the PCC Promise free-tuition program, and its selection as an Aspen Prize Top 10 Community College. Vurdien sent the following all-hands email recently: “Dear Members of the PCC Community, In only the last two years, PCC…

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Pasadena Crime Blotter: Jan. 7 to Jan. 13

Jan. 8 At 7:42 p.m., Pasadena Police officers responded to the 1200 block of North Fair Oaks Avenue regarding a carjacking that had just occurred.  On arrival, officers talked with the victim who said he had stopped to use the restroom and was approached by the suspect.  The suspect displayed a firearm and the victim ran...
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Candlelight vigil voices Concerns over Pasadena Police Brutality

Pasadena Mayor Touts 0.75 Percent Sales Tax Hike By Terry Miller While the main event was inside the gymnasium at Marshal Fundamental Tuesday night in Pasadena, scores of activists held a peaceful vigil outside the entrance of the State of the City event in Pasadena Tuesday night. Pasadenans and Altadenans Against Police Violence organized two events...

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Jan. 19 – Jan. 25

Editor’s Pick Your weekly events Jan. 19 Arcadia Community Center will be presenting a musical ‘Salute to Marriage’ in Arcadia on January 19th at 10 a.m. (365 Campus Dr. Arcadia, CA 91007). It will discuss the origin and background of various marriage songs on film and Broadway musicals.  Married couples portrayed on film and in...

HEALTH & FITNESS

Opinion
Career Corner: If interviewing were dating
Columns

Career Corner: If interviewing were dating

By Angela Copeland Interviewing for a job is a nerve racking process. When else do we want others to judge us? We spend so much time preparing – finding the perfect clothes, organizing our resume, and sneaking out of our job. We ask for recommendations from our old bosses. Not only are we judged during…

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Stater Bros. Opens First Supermarket in Pasadena
Business

Stater Bros. Opens First Supermarket in Pasadena

Stater Bros. Markets is excited to announce that a retail space located at 1390 N. Allen Ave. (Northeast corner of Allen Ave. and Washington Blvd.) in Pasadena will soon become a Stater Bros. supermarket. The company will take possession of this location in May 2018 ensuring a smooth transition from the current occupant. At 42,000…

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PCC’s Superintendent Vurdien Writes Open Letter to Local Community
Education

PCC’s Superintendent Vurdien Writes Open Letter to Local Community

  Vurdien became PCC’s chief executive in July 2015, and has led the college through the affirmation of its full accreditation status, the launch of the PCC Promise free-tuition program, and its selection as an Aspen Prize Top 10 Community College. Vurdien sent the following all-hands email recently: “Dear Members of the PCC Community, In only the last two years, PCC…

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Pasadena Playhouse ‘Community@Play’ Initiative Thousands of Free Tickets

Pasadena Playhouse is announcing Community@Play, a new free ticket initiative allowing thousands of area students and residents to enjoy the trans formative power of live theatrical performances at the Playhouse. This initiative is sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank, an active supporter of the Pasadena Playhouse for more than 19 years. With Community@Play, the Pasadena Playhouse...
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Fred Tackett and Paul Barrere of Little Feat to Perform at The Rose

Legendary guitarists Fred Tackett and Paul Barrere will perform at The Rose, 254 East Green St., Pasadena, on Friday, January 26th. The Holy Broken and Hunter & The Dirty Jacks will open the show. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Music starts at 7:00 p.m. This show is open to patrons of all ages (under 18 must be accompanied by a paying adult). Tickets are $28.00, $33.00 and $38.00. For more...

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Many departments are now looking to expand their ranks while increasing the diversity of their personnel. Research conducted by the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) — the leading nonprofit membership association representing the interests of the volunteer fire, EMS personnel and rescue workers — found that there is significant interest in serving by audiences currently...

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