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Women’s Committee of the Pasadena Symphony Hosts Annual Spring Luncheon

The members of the Women’s Committee of the Pasadena Symphony Association met this weekend at a private club in Pasadena for their annual Spring Luncheon to welcome and celebrate five new members.   Each new member was introduced to the group by their sponsor.  Membership Chair Sue Shieff sponsored Ann Beeson-Leal, Cynthia Bradley, and Amy Chang-Levak.  President Lynn Van…

Pasadena City College Named Among 10 Finalists for 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence for Second Year
Education

Pasadena City College Named Among 10 Finalists for 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence for Second Year

$1 Million Prize Recognizes Excellence in Community College Student Success Outcomes; Winner to be Announced in April 2019 Pasadena City College was named as one of 10 finalists for the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance in America’s community colleges. Awarded every two years since 2011,…

2018 Woman’s Civic League of Pasadena Hosts Middle School Awardees Luncheon
Community

2018 Woman’s Civic League of Pasadena Hosts Middle School Awardees Luncheon

The Woman’s Civic League’s May 7th luncheon was devoted to honoring young women from PUSD Middle Schools who have shown tremendous growth and tenacity during their middle school years. This event is always well attended with the girl’s teachers, counselors, parents, and siblings joining them for lunch and presenting the girls to the organization. These young women, while often…

Earth Day Pasadena is Back, Saturday April 21
Community

Earth Day Pasadena is Back, Saturday April 21

It’s been 48 years since the first Earth Day celebrations took place in 1970. This year’s community-run Earth Day Pasadena event is brought to you by local environmental groups, organizations and community members who are working to revive the tradition of Earth Day in Pasadena, a tradition that is needed now more than ever to…

Arts & Entertainment, Columns

Studio Visit – Eric Zammitt: October 2017

Recently, a friend recommended that I take a look at L.A. native Eric Zammitt’s stunning acrylic plastic wall works and luminescent floor sculptures, however, he is represented by galleries located in San Francisco and Santa Fe – too far for my weekend drive. Since he is based in LA, I reached out via his website…

Keys 2 the Coast –  Discovering Hidden Gems in Guadalupe
Travel

Keys 2 the Coast – Discovering Hidden Gems in Guadalupe

By Donna Polizzi If you are looking for a day trip that is unlike any other, head to Guadalupe, California. Guadalupe is a city of roughly 7,500 people, 10 miles east of Santa Maria in Northern Santa Barbara County. Guadalupe is known as the “Gateway to the Dunes” and this town is the opposite of…

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