Date: February 12th, 2020

Pasadena Celebrates Black History Month with Parade Saturday
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Pasadena Celebrates Black History Month with Parade Saturday

Celebrate black history, culture and achievements at Pasadena’s 38th annual Black History Parade and Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15. This year’s theme is “For the Culture–Celebrating Our Excellence.” The parade features over 80 entries, including the Wilson Middle School Drum Corps as the opening performance; Miss Black Pasadena; the Tournament of Roses 2020 Royal…

Valentine’s Day Guide 2020
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Valentine’s Day Guide 2020

By Brianna Chu Valentine’s Day can be a struggle to plan for (or maybe that’s just me, and my indecision in choosing where to eat, talking), so for anyone else still strategizing their Valentine’s Day plans, I’ve put together some suggestions on places to grab drinks, dinner, and dessert. There is a range of formality,…

Pasadena Youth Take Candidates to Task Over Climate Action
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Pasadena Youth Take Candidates to Task Over Climate Action

By Alex Cordero  Pasadena residents gathered at Jackie Robinson Park last week to listen to mayoral and City Council candidates up for election discuss climate policies in the city. Residents learned about many local organizations that focus on advocating for a greener community as part of the resource fair featured before the forum started. Organizations…

Cries of Racism Spark Controversy During Council Meeting
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Cries of Racism Spark Controversy During Council Meeting

Pasadena Council demands answers from city manager regarding fire chief’s removal African American Leadership in Pasadena has “systemically diminished” according to the NAACP and concerned citizens of Pasadena. This has become a political hot potato in the wake of Fire Chief Bertral Washington’s employment with the city. Pointing out the irony, especially during Black History…

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