Steven Lawrence is the Principal & Technical Developer at SouthPasadenan.com. His internet & new media content creation company is nexusplex: the parent company and backbone of southpasadenan.com. To know more visit: nexusplex.com
Alisa Hayashida has been covering arts, culture, & events in the greater Pasadena Metro area and Los Angeles Metro area for the past seven years. She is a valuable arts advocate in South Pasadena, with an extensive background in theatre arts. She has been a proud South Pasadenan for over 25 years.
Bill Glazier is a South Pasadenan and has been the primary news reporter & editor-in-chief for South Pasadena for over 23 years. His work with SouthPasadenan.com is read by over 84,997 people in the South Pasadena/Pasadena Metro, Highland Park, and surrounding communities.
Timothy is a native South Pasadenan, poet, musician and movie nerd. He's done writing for a local magazine in Ventura County, "No Cover" and was also a cast member on the Redlight District Radio Show. He likes getting toys for Christmas.
Staff Journalist | SouthPasadenan.com Julian is a long-time resident of South Pasadena and former Editor-in-Chief of the Tiger Newspaper. He is currently pursuing a degree in Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at ASU and is a 3-time Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medalist.
Lauren O’Connor, MS, RDN, RYT is a Los Angeles based registered dietitian, yoga teacher and founder of Nutri Savvy Health. She authors her own blog, is a health writer, menu developer and nutritional consultant with articles and recipes in numerous publications including Food & Nutrition magazine, Shape, Redbook, Livestrong, AZCentral and DietsinReview.
Author Rick Thomas is the former museum curator and vice-chair of education for the South Pasadena Preservation Foundation. He served on the South Pasadena Natural Resources Commission, helping to maintain a strict policy protecting the city’s great old-growth trees. Using touchstone photographs from his own collection—one of the San Gabriel Valley’s largest accumulations of historical images and artifacts—as well as national, state, and local historical archives, Thomas provides a window to his city’s past and an understanding of why its preservation is so important.