Monthly Archives: February 2018

Marengo Super Science Night | Students and Scientists

Young scientists were given an opportunity to pick up a few pointers from professionals, those working in the field, during Marengo Elementary School’s annual...

Fathers Follies at SPMS on Friday!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Step right up for South Pasadena's annual FATHERS FOLLIES! A long standing tradition at South Pasadena Middle School,...

Bad Girls Ruled The Night

Bad Girls Ruled The Night! Images by Cyndi Bemel Bad Girls and their Bad Guy counterparts were out and about Saturday night for South Pasadena’s winter...

Girls Soccer Wins Semifinal & is Now on to CIF Title Match

They’re going to the big show! South Pasadena High’s girls’ soccer team was triumphant in its semifinal contest against Los Amigos of Fountain Valley on...

NEWS UPDATE: Measure S Passes By Large Margin

As of 10pm February 27, with 86% of expected votes in, Measure S is currently at 79.38% yes, which, by any metric is a...

School Board Thanks Community for Measure S

After an intense 30-day campaign in which many residents and businesses proudly displayed lawn signs urging a “Yes on S,” the community stepped up...

Lissa Layng Reynolds’ Concert Reading of A Woman of Independent Means

Actress, arts advocate and activist, Lissa Layng Reynolds, performed a concert reading of the play “A Woman of Independent Means” at the library Saturday...

It’s Mad, Mad Moliere at Parson’s Nose

Listen up! Parson’s Nose Theater is back with a delightful new production of Moliere’s The Too Learned Ladies in their beautiful, new “abbey” space...

Last Chance To Make a Difference

It’s not too late to cast your vote for the South Pasadena Unified School District special parcel tax election. But, you better hurry. According to language...

BREAKING NEWS: Transformer Blown

At 10:30 pm after sudden intense rainfall a transformer pole caught on fire.  The fire occurred at 1952 Huntington Drive in South Pasadena between...

South Pasadena’s 130th Anniversary Commemorated

This Friday, March 2, marks South Pasadena’s anniversary. During the City Council meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 21, South Pasadena’s City Council members enjoyed cupcakes...

SPHS Music Turns Up The Heat at Spaghetti Dinner

The music was flowing and the food was abundant at the annual SPHS Music Boosters Spaghetti Dinner on Friday February 23. Parents, friends, students...

CIF Title Hopes Fall A Little Short

In two words, a quiet spoken Juan Zurita described how he feels about a team that went deep into the CIF-Southern Section soccer playoffs...

YST’s Seussical Jr. Opens Friday on Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

As schoolchildren across the country celebrate the legacy of Dr. Seuss in March, Young Stars Theatre celebrates by presenting the engaging musical Seussical Jr....

Into The Woods Jr. AUDITIONS!

UPDATE! Next Audition Day Monday March 12 5pm-7pm. See how to sign up below. Young Stars Theatre, the resident youth company at Fremont Centre Theatre,...

Talent on Display at MHS

It was fun, uplifting, and entertaining. Oh, and one more, as described by Dr. Laurie Narrro, who had a front row seat for Monterey Hill’s...

Letter to the Editor in Support of Measure S

Dear Friends and Neighbors, As a parent and teacher in the South Pasadena community, I have seen first hand the impact that Measure S funding...

Senior Center Luncheon Celebrates Year of the Dog

A full house dined on Chinese delicacies Friday afternoon as the South Pasadena Chinese American Club presented it annual Chinese New Year celebration at...

One Step Away From CIF Title Game

Ray Solari Stadium was rockin’ Friday night as South Pasadena High’s girls’ soccer team took a giant step toward its goal of winning a...

City Council’s Sweet Visitor

Jamie Holeman, Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA’s (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) Director of Public Relations and Marketing, presented Sweet Pea,...

Katie Hill Fires Up The Crowd in South Pasadena

A sold out, standing room only crowd gathered at Burke Triolo Studio in South Pasadena Wednesday evening to hear from Democratic congressional candidate, Katie...

Winter ARTS CRAWL Saturday February 24

Hear Ye Hear Ye South Pasadenans, old and young, the time for Winter Arts Crawl has arrived! Don't miss out on all the fun...

Is 710 Tunnel Dead? Maybe Not

A local organization claiming the 710 Freeway tunnel is not yet completely off the books, urged the South Pasadena City Council during the public...

Theatre Americana Auditions!

Theatre Americana is excited to announce that the original musical, Mary of the Avenue, will be showing at the Fremont Center Theatre on the...

French DJ Max Leonidas at Aro Latin Friday 10pm

Inspired by the funk of Prince, the genius of George Clinton, the energy of Mr. Dynamite and the power of Earth Wind and Fire,...

WISPAA News Letter February 21.

Next WISPPA Meeting: Saturday, March 3 at 9:00 . WISPPA will be presenting a panel “Addressing Homelessness in South Pasadena and Surrounding Communities." Judy...

Music and a Meal: Annual Spaghetti Dinner

South Pasadena High’s Instrumental Department is hosting its annual spaghetti dinner on Friday, Feb. 23, in the school’s gymnasium. The dinner from 5:30 to 8:30...

South Pas High Soccer Trounces Riverside Prep

Strong support from those in the stands played a key role in South Pasadena High’s 3-0 win over Riverside Prep of Oro Grand Wednesday...

Weekly Crime Summary February 14 – 20, 2018

ROBBERY/RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY •2-20-18, 5:30 p.m., 500 block of Arroyo. Victim (female, 80 years) is home when suspects smash a rear bedroom sliding glass door to...

Throwback Thursday | The Solar Motor

The Cawston Ostrich Farm was the site of the world’s first successful experiment using a solar-powered motor for commercial use. Aubrey Eneas selected Cawston’s...
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