Monthly Archives: October 2018

$2 Pumpkins at the Pumpkin Patch Now!

Our local pumpkin patch is selling the rest of the lot for $2 each!  All sizes!  Pop-by Fremont & Mission Street in South Pasadena...

Nick Payne’s CONSTELLATIONS | Staged Reading at A Noise Within

A Noise Within (ANW), the acclaimed classical repertory theatre, announces a staged reading of Nick Payne’s Constellations, presented by ANW Resident Artists as a...

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead | A Noise Within

Don't miss the terrific double act of Rafael Goldstein and Kasey Mahaffy in A Noise Within's exhilarating production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,...

Young Entrepreneurs from South Pasadena showcased their innovative products at the Montrose Harvest Market

As part of School-X, an entrepreneurial program for kids, each student designed and developed their own product, learned salesmanship, collaboration, networking, pitch mechanics, financial...

Processions | A poem by Rick Leddy

My great, great grandfather Watched funeral processions Black carriages with drawn coal-hued curtains creaking finality, conjuring swirling, angry storm clouds from the clear, fragile sky He saw them on...

Weekly WISPPA Newsletter October 31, 2018

Next meeting is this Saturday, November 3 at 9:00 a.m. Conversation and refreshments: 9:30 a.m. meeting. This will be a business meeting only with commission and city council reports,...

Dodger Manager Dave Roberts Admits the Red Sox were the Better Team

While the Red Sox celebrated their fourth World Series championship in 15 years Wednesday with a parade, Dodgers players can only dream of what...

Weekly Crime Report October 23 – 29, 2018

ASSAULT • 10-23-18, 8:45 AM to 11:12 AM, 1900 block of Fremont (Almansor Center). Suspect and victim are students and suspect hits victim. • 10-24-18, 11:57 AM,...

TWO SPPD Officers Head into Retirement

A pair of longtime South Pasadena Police Department employees will be recognized for their service to the community Saturday night during a joint retirement...

Improved Mark by SPHS Band

The South Pasadena Marching Band and Color Guard brought back a score of 73.55 in their third competition last Saturday. Held at Warren High School...

Tracy Macrum | Setting an Example

There are many very special people in South Pasadena. We have the delight to be able to live in Los Angeles while also living...

Dixie’s Tupperware Party at Kirk Douglas Theatre

Dixie's Tupperware Party, the hilarious off-Broadway one-woman comedy starring Dixie Longate, which took the theater world by storm and garnered a prestigious Drama Desk...

Mamma’s Brick Oven Breaks Ground at New Location

For the better part of a decade, one homestyle pizza establishment has found its way into the hearts of many a South Pasadenan, Mamma's...

Weekly Crime Summary

The Weekly Crime Summary is a list of reported auto thefts, burglaries, robberies and other activities occurring in the City of South Pasadena. An...

Improved Mark by SPHS Band

The South Pasadena Marching Band and Color Guard brought back a score of 73.55 in their third competition last Saturday. Held at Warren High School...

Eric Brady | A Statement to the Press

I’m a local businessperson, UCLA graduate and active member of the community in South Pasadena. We moved to the city in 2004, and knew...

Special Event in Honor of Veterans Day

In honor of veterans, the Darden Sisters Band will entertain guests on Wednesday, November 7, as part of a special luncheon at the South...

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Luis A. Miranda Jr. To Host Puerto Rico Relief + Recovery...

Tony, Grammy, Emmy Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer/lyricist/actor Lin-Manuel Miranda and his father, Luis A. Miranda Jr., founding partner of The MirRam Group and...

Gary Pia | City Treasurer

Name: Gary E. Pia Age: 67 Address: 530 Martos Dr. How long lived there: Since 2002. However, I first moved to the 91030 in 1998. Occupation: Financial Advisor...

Representative Judy Chu’s Statement on Trump Proposal to End Birthright Citizenship

“With one statement, Donald Trump displayed the bigotry and the ignorance that have made his presidency so dangerous." “I implore the President to read the...

Pet of The Week | Biggie the Pitt

Since October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month, we would like to highlight Biggie (A467297) this week! He is an adorable 2-year-old not-so-small Pit...

Ruby Kalra, M.D. | A Thank You Note to South Pasadena

The health and well-being of children is my true passion, and this summer when I decided to run for the South Pasadena Board of...

Making a Difference in Your Community

This is the time of year when many charities send out an appeal for a year end donation. While you are thinking about who...

Excessive Spending is the Problem | YES on Measure N Letter to the Editor

by Edward A. Ristow Claims are misleading that the City will immediately have to slash essential services if Utility Users Tax (UUT) revenue is...

SPUSD Snapshot

Every month, the South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) Superintendent and School Board representatives meet with officials from the City of South Pasadena in...

Councilman Michael Cacciotti Seeks to Preserve City Values

It measures a mere 3.42 miles with a population barely over 25,000. Tree-lined streets are a major attraction, joining mom and pop merchants, and...

City Welcomes John Pope as New Public Information Officer

John Pope, a former journalist with extensive experience in government communications, has been hired as the City’s new public information officer (PIO), City Manager...

Could it be Clayton Kershaw’s final game for Dodgers?

It’s over, and it wasn’t a good finish for the Dodgers-in more ways than one. If losing the best-of-seven World Series to Boston in five...

Animals and Children | Los Angeles Punk Rock

I met Alex Napiwocki somewhere around too many years ago. Through mutual friends, under-aged drinking, punk rock and coffee Alex was one of the...
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