Monthly Archives: September 2017

Tigers Lose To Eagles at Home 35-17

South Pasadena Tigers were frustrated Thursday, suffering a disappointing loss to Eagle Rock 35-17. The game got off to a strong start with what Coach...

40 New Members and a Mixer for the Chamber!

There was a party going down at Communal Tuesday evening as chamber members gathered to celebrate the tremendous growth we’re seeing in South Pasadena...

Bright Futures Ahead for Interns

Recently some of our high school interns stopped in to say goodbye to their mentor, Kevin Nakanishi, before heading off to college. Yuchen Zheng,...

Water and Sewer Rates Increase

Water and sewer rates are expected to increase with the City Council’s consent and, as a way to cushion the blow for residents, the...

Little Silver Hearts will play the Eagle Rock Music Festival

Described as alt-country, Little Silver Hearts will be playing the Eagle Rock Music Festival on Saturday October 7 at 6pm on the Americana stage....

Natasha Prime – Origin & Future of The Place

The City Council honored both Natasha Prime and Nick Taylor for creating and sustaining The Place, a non-profit teen center in South Pasadena, for...

Rebel Without A Cause

A Screening of the classic 1955 blockbuster Rebel Without a Cause starring James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo, and Dennis Hopper will be presented...

South Pasadena Schools Place Top Five in State

Reports on English language arts and math statewide assessments completed by students in Spring 2017 revealed a seven and five percent increase respectively, from...

Four Firefighter Paramedics Welcomed to our City

Fire Chief Paul Riddle proudly introduced the newest members of the South Pasadena Fire Paramedics  team. Riddle began by saying “I can tell you...

SPPD Recognized for Assistance During Wildfires

Police officers with SPPD were honored this week for assistance they provided during the recent California wildfires. Mayor Cacciotti explained that in early August,...

Tigers Upset Moors in Solid Win Friday Night

Tiger offense was unstoppable in Friday night’s match against the Alhambra Moors resulting in a 27-0 Tiger shutout, bringing their pre-season record to 4-1....

Arresting HAMLET at Ensemble Shakespeare

Ensemble Shakespeare gets it. Their latest production of Hamlet is a stark and raw endeavor that lays bare the language and emotion of the...

Blowout Trina Turk Warehouse Sale

Trina Turk, a local fashion designer known throughout the country for her bold and California-inspired line of contemporary apparel, shoes, and accessories is opening...

Everyone Needs A Girl Friday

They call it “six degrees of Cindi Knight”; the phenomenon where just about everyone in this town has some kind of connection to Knight...

Kids Read 41,328 Books!

Over 2,000 participants spent almost 14,000 hours reading-that is over 41,300 books-during this year's Summer Reading Program at the South Pasadena Public Library. Fifty...

Happy Hour at Color Me Mine

Yes, you read that right. It's a Happy Hour special evening for grown-ups at our local ceramic painting studio, Color Me Mine! This fun...

Hundreds Attend Police and Fire Open House

What an extraordinary day in South Pasadena! The morning began with helicopters circling overhead as a dramatic procession of Color Guard, followed by South...

Hot Havana Nights! Marengo Parent Party

Mariela King is the co-chair of this year’s Annual Parent Party Fundraiser at Marengo Elementary. It will be the 5th year of this PTA...

13th Cruz n’ For Roses – One For The Books!

The 13th annual classic car and hotrod show was a resounding success with Mission Street closed from Fair Oaks to Meridian creating a festive...

SPARC End of Summer Concert Celebration

The South Pasadena Arts Council, whose mission is to enrich South Pasadena communities with creative and innovative experiences through the arts, presents it’s free, annual End...

Tigers Dominate Again in 55-6 Win over Riverside Prep

Junior Justin Huff was named starting QB this week as Sidney Luna-Long, somewhat hindered by a thumb injury, stepped into his familiar role of...

Equifax Breach – What It Means To You

By now you’ve heard about the Equifax breach and that 143 million people could be affected. The cyberthieves hacked into one of the three...

New Park Supervisor David Niznik

We've got a new Park Supervisor, South Pasadena! David Niznik was introduced and welcomed to the community at the recent City Council meeting where...

Adopt a Pet at Pasadena Humane Society

At the first City Council meeting of every month, Julie Bank, of Pasadena Humane Society brings a pet that is up for adoption to...

Superintendent Geoff Yantz Gives Lively State of the District

Superintendent Geoff Yantz made a surprisingly moving speech at the most recent WISPPA meeting where he spoke about the power of education, why we...

Bird Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in South Pasadena

A 15 year resident of South Pasadena was going about her day on July 28, 2017, when her children ran in to tell her...

South Pasadena Announces New City Manager Stephanie DeWolfe

After an extensive recruitment and interviewing many excellent candidates, the City of South Pasadena has selected its top candidate—Stephanie DeWolfe—to serve the community as...

Rummage Sale Saturday! by Good SamariTots

On Saturday, September 16th, the Good SamariTots will be holding their first Rummage Sale Fundraiser. Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on the front lawn of...

Celebration at the Library

The community is invited to a free celebration at the Library’s Community Room Thursday evening, September 14 at 5:30pm . The Library will be...

Maps of Voting District Boundaries Ready for Public Review

As everyone is now well aware, South Pasadena is transitioning to district based elections and is in the process of drawing our district boundary...
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