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Daily Archives: September 17, 2020

Bobcat Wildfire | As Blaze Nears Homes, Residents Remain on Standby for Evacuations

The Bobcat wildfire, one of several that continue to char the Southern California landscape, has expanded in virtually all directions, growing to 55,617 Acres...

SPUSD Gym Measure SP Update | Completion Nears for Projects at SPHS, SPMS

South Pasadena High School - Athletics Project With the installation of finishes underway, we are in the home stretch. We will be completing the main...

Public Safety Commission Rejects Charter Proposal | Downsizing of Subcommittee Meets Heavy Opposition

Everyone agrees that with the police reform debate sweeping the nation, the South Pasadena Public Safety Commission’s charter needs to be updated. But that’s...

Cirque Du Soleil Percussionist Fernando Diez Talks Studio Recording, Future Ambitions

Near 6 months in to the COVID-19 pandemic and the world continues to adjust. Cirque Du Soleil is on hold for the moment. Betwixt the...

SPHS Sports Update | Waiting Game Continues for Delayed Fall Season

If you think your workday is difficult, try taking on the one Anthony Chan has these days. As the athletic director at South Pasadena High...

Arts Are Essential | September 18 – 25

Join South Pasadena’s nighttime mayor, Brad Colerick, for the latest Wine & Song podcast.  Episode #24 is coming to us from Fraser, Colorado and...

“Inside Perspective” Featuring Artist Fulton Leroy Washington Opens at SPARC Gallery

“Inside Perspective,” a new, free exhibition of extraordinary works by artist Fulton Leroy Washington, opens Sunday at the SPARC Gallery inside the South Pasadena...

A World Less Certain | Apocalypse Now

Los Angeles and the valleys are choking in smoke. So thick, the sun is amber, and the view from my loft is sickly yellow....
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