Monthly Archives: July 2019

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at YST

Stories become classics for a reason.  They tell “a tale as old as time”, and Young Stars Theatre’s current production of “Beauty and the...

Enchanting Evening at Hollywood Bowl’s “Into The Woods”

There is something about dining at the Hollywood Bowl on a balmy, summer night while listening to music under the stars that is so...

A Night of Art and Opera at the Library

The South Pasadena Public Library and the Friends of the South Pasadena Library are pleased to present a special evening of art and music...

INTO THE WOODS Opens Tonight at Hollywood Bowl

Another glorious evening of musical theatre premieres tonight at Hollywood Bowl with a fully staged production of Stephen Sondheim's "Into The Woods" and plays...

Shakespeare by the Sea Returns to South Pasadena

Shakespeare by the Sea (SBTS) will present its 23rd season this summer, featuring two Shakespearean plays delivered by its troupe of actors in 23 parks...

Norton Simon Film Series | The Female Gaze: Shining a Light on French Filmmakers

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition The Sweetness of Life: Three 18th-Century French Paintings from The Frick Collection, film critic Peter Rainer organizes a quartet...

Throwback Thursday | Altos de Monterey

In 1962, South Pasadena’s Community Redevelopment Agency offered lots for auction in the Monterey Hills with a starting bid of $20,000. Altos de Monterey is...

SPLL Challenger Division | SPPD and SPFD Awarded for Dedication

Last week, representatives from the South Pasadena Little League’s Challenger Division presented awards to both the South Pasadena Police and Fire Departments in commemoration...

Free Slurpees for Good Kids! | SPPD Operation Chill Beats the Heat

The South Pasadena Police Department will again be teaming up with 7-Eleven stores in participating in “Operation Chill.” Through “Operation Chill,” officers can issue a...

4 Weeks Only! | Miss Saigon Dazzles at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre

The Hollywood Pantages Theatre is pleased to present the return of Miss Saigon, the legendary musical will play a limited 4 week engagement at...

Weekly Crime Summary | July 16-22

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

Cycling Through History | LA Explorer’s Club Hosts Film Location Tour

The Los Angeles Explorers Club will host their upcoming bicycle tour in the San Gabriel Valley this Sunday, July 28th, focusing the 14 mile...

SPUSD Snapshot | SPHS iKOMO Business Team Visits Intuit HQ

On May 16, 2019, the South Pasadena High School (SPHS) iKOMO Business Plan Team traveled to Intuit headquarters in Mountain View, California. Intuit’s education...

Rep. Chu Introduces Bipartisan Nutrition CARE Act For Seniors with Eating Disorders

On July 11 Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) and Jackie Walorski (IN-02) introduced the Nutrition Counseling Aiding Recovery for Eating Disorders (CARE) Act to provide greater...

Keeping Your Home Safe This Summer | Security Tips While You’re Away

Before heading out on your summer vacation, the South Pasadena Police Department has a few tips beyond the typical advice to lock all windows...

Big Band Sounds in Garfield Park | Two More Dates Left!

The place was jumpin’ as hundreds came out last Sunday evening to enjoy the sounds of the Wiseguys Big Band Machine perform the third...

SCE & CPA Ongoing Billing Problems | 100,000+ Customers Billed Wrong

The first half of the year was an exciting time for the Clean Power Alliance. The infant customer choice aggregator (CCA) was establishing itself...

One Giant Leap… | The Moon Landing 50 Years Later

Indeed, it was one giant leap for mankind. Following one and a half orbits, Apollo 11 got the go for what mission controllers on Earth...

Where Were You? | Remembering the Moon Landing 50 Years Later

The Moon Landing was arguably one of the most iconic feats of humankind not just this past century, but in our entire existence. To...

Pasadena TOR Foundation Elects New Leadership

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses Foundation announces 2019-2020 Board of Directors and new officers. Since its inception in 1983, the Pasadena Tournament of Foundation...

Bristol Farms Hit & Run | Suspect Found Promptly by Police

A hit and run traffic collision at Bristol Farms lead to police locating the suspect passed out in a parking garage at approximately 1:00...

Auto Burglaries on the Rise | SPPD Advice for Protecting Belongings

The South Pasadena Police Department is warning residents that a large number of auto burglaries have occurred in the city in recent weeks. Authorities say...

Monterey Hills Elementary Appoints New Assistant Principal Bryant Lopez

South Pasadena Unified School District has named Bryant Lopez as the new assistant principal for Monterey Hills Elementary School. “We’re very excited to announce that...

2 SPMS Girls & Club Team Win USA Volleyball Junior National Championship

This article was written and produced by Laura J. Fawcett SG Elite Roshambo swept through the 12 National ranks at the USA Volleyball Girls Junior...

Could the Big One Be Next? | So Cal Braces for More Earthquakes

It’s a wake-up call! Two major earthquakes the other week are a reminder to be ready for worst. Could the ‘Big One’ be next? Chances are many...

SPUSD Snapshot | SPHS Competitors Shine at SkillsUSA National Competition

Congratulations to all the SPHS SkillsUSA national competitors! The SPHS Occupational Health and Safety Team won the gold medal at the competition held in...

Looking Out for One Another | Neighborhood Watch Block Captains Meet

Neighbors helping neighbors. In essence that’s what South Pasadena’s Neighborhood Watch program is all about. In the constant battle against crime, South Pasadena Police Chief...

The Arroyo Seco: City’s Crown Jewel Highlighted

Highlighting its many activities, the City of South Pasadena has produced a new “Arroyo Seco Recreation Area” brochure packed with information. The idea behind the...

‘Where Does Our Water Come From?’ | Water Management in San Gabriel Valley

Water management in the Western United States is highly complex as a result of a variable climate from year to year, explained a top...

City Council | Voters to Decide if City Clerk Should be Appointed

The South Pasadena City Council on Wednesday night voted to place a measure on November’s ballot asking voters to decide if the office of...
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