April 22, 2021, 4:02 pm

Daily Archives: February 18, 2021

City Council | Speed Bumps for Seven Patios; Jan 6 Insurrection at Capitol Condemned...

Citing a last-minute request from the developer, the South Pasadena City Council on Feb. 3 postponed for one month a vote on the approval...

Ribbon Cutting | New Athletics Facilities Open After Major Renovations at SPHS

Officials from the South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) and others gathered in front of the newly-renovated gyms at South Pasadena High School (SPHS)...

OP-ED | Living in a Loop

By San San Lee I’m in a loop. Positive news, bad news, and never-ending uncertainty. The last 12 months have felt like a bad reality show, thanks...

Friends of SP Nature Park | Get Free Milkweed Seeds to Help Save the...

By Friends of the South Pasadena Nature Park The Western Monarch Butterfly needs your help to prevent its extinction. A new Friends of the South Pasadena...

Cheri Todoroff Named Interim Executive Director of Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative

MEDIA RELEASE Cheri Todoroff, Director of Community Programs at the Department of Health Services, has been selected to succeed Phil Ansell as head of the...

Rose Parade 2022 | Still in Question as SPTOR Stays Resilient

It’s unavoidable but, as the president of the South Pasadena Tournament of Roses Committee, Brant Dunlap, often hears the question, will the Rose Parade...

Arts Are Essential | The Show Must Go On! February 19 – 26

This weekend the Center Theatre Group presents Matthew Bourne’s “Romeo and Juliet” premiering Thursday, February 18 at 5:00 p.m. and streaming Friday, February 19...
Food Bank

Food Bank Delivers Much Needed Help in South Pasadena

Trucks from the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank began unloading at 6 a.m. Thursday morning in the Holy Family Giving Bank parking lot. Vehicles...
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