January 15, 2021, 1:00 pm

Eric Fabbro

Eric Fabbro is a South Pasadenan whose family goes back to the 1950's. He graduated SPHS 2008, and Art Center College of Design in 2014. His versatile skill-set includes illustration, digital media, graphic design & photography. Eric is the in-house illustrator for The South Pasadenan, and the creator of our South Pasadenan icon logo. His work has been shown in galleries throughout the Los Angeles area.

Editorial | Violence Hits Home: News Staff ‘Trumped’ With Threats

“Do you wanna die today?” So much for providing decent news coverage to those seeking to have their voices heard loud and clear. Is that the phrase you want representing ‘your side’? Full disclosure, there is no...

UDPATE | Social Advocacy Coalition Helps the Homeless

UPDATE: January 5 Continuing the efforts post-holiday season, BLM cofounder, Fahren James says that over 70 items were successfully purchased from recent donations. This included hoodies, zip-ups, and winter jackets. Other items she says are always in...

WISPPA Elects New President, Vice President | Mary Urquhart & Ellen Daigle

Women Involved in South Pasadena political Activism (WISPPA) announced on Tuesday the appointment of a new President and Vice President, with founding members Mary Urquhart and Ellen Daigle being voted in for the respective...

Twoheys Opens! | New Location Ready to Go in South Pasadena

After a long-anticipated return of a regional diner staple, Twoheys — “The Home of the Stinko Burger” — was officially welcomed to South Pasadena on Wednesday with a ribbon cutting hosted by the Chamber...

Pro-Trump Demonstration Denounced by Community Members | Residents, BLM Counter Protesters Respond to Sunday’s...

Organizers, supporters, and residents deeply anchored in exasperation over the handling of an altercation during Sunday’s pro-Trump rally have assembled to fervidly rebuke attacks against Black Lives Matter protesters. The ‘Freedom Rally’ received widespread attention,...

2020 Elections | South Pasadena Voters on Pivotal Moment in U.S History

The nation nears the 11th hour of the decisive 2020 Elections and while many have been concerned with issues that affect America, California, LA County, and indeed, South Pasadena, some gave their time to...

Press Conference Held | Black Lives Matter Response to Recent Incidents at City Hall

The South Pasadena chapter of Black Lives Matter was joined by an alliance of local and regional advocacy groups, representatives, and supporters as updates which expressed both condemnation and dissatisfaction were broadcast to the...

Man Drives Truck Onto Sidewalk ‘Dangerously Close’ to Black Lives Matter Protestors & Starbucks...

On Saturday, October 3, Black Lives Matter Protesters were confronted by a motorist, now identified as Richard Cheney, who obtrusively drove a RAM 1800 truck onto the sidewalk at the intersection of Fair Oaks...

Board of Education | Many Students Push for ‘Wellness Day’ During Distance Learning

41 students from South Pasadena High School vocalized their support for a designated wellness day during a special Board of Education meeting on September 18. In what has been a difficult transition for students and...

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 acres as of Thursday, September 17. The fire which began on...
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