Thursday, August 6, 2020

Eric Fabbro

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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.

Fire on Mission St. | Response from Two Departments

What was initially reported to be a structure fire on the 1000 northern block of Mission St. at approximately 11:05 a.m., Tuesday in South Pasadena turned out to be a "small clothing fire" in...

San Gabriel Mission Fire | Investigation Continues Over Cause

The Mission San Gabriel Arcangel suffered considerable structural damage during an early morning blaze two weeks ago on Saturday, July 10, as firefighters rushed to salvage the near 250 year-old historic monument and the...

WITNESSED: Citizens & Victims Locate and Hold Suspect Until Police Arrive

I was one of the three initial witnesses to the events that transpired on Friday, July 10. This story is based on my first-hand account, video footage, and interviews conducted regarding the events last...

4th of July Protest Marches Down Mission Street In Place of Cancelled Parade

Approximately 100-150 protestors assembled at the South Pasadena Public Library to march down the city streets, redefining what July 4th meant to them. Multi-colored portraits of George Floyd, and a vast array of messages...

Protestors Assaulted | Unidentified Aggressor Spits on Black Lives Matter Supporters

UDPATE 7-10-2020: SUSPECT ARRESTED APPROX 9PM - REPORT TO FOLLOW “Racism is still alive here in South Pasadena." Those were the words uttered by London Lang, organizer for South Pasadena Youth for Police Reform last week...

BLM Protests in South Pasadena | Many Voices Unite at City Hall

As the sun set on Mission Street, well over one hundred protestors spanning multiple generations, ethnicities, and creeds converged on South Pasadena City Hall in a massive demonstration as an act of solidarity and...

UPDATE: George Floyd Protests | South Pasadenans Show Support

UPDATED ON Thursday, June 4, originally published on May 30 and June 2nd.  "I can't breathe" A phrase that is resonating with millions throughout the country and now the world, after George Floyd — a Minneapolis...

Farmers’ Market | The Outdoor Alternative

The Farmer’s Market in South Pasadena is considered an essential service, so it has kept its metaphorical doors open. After the initial shock of the COVID-19 crisis the market was closed for 2 weeks...

SPHS Class of 2020 | Seniors Pick up Caps & Gowns for Graduation

Approximately 250 graduating seniors at SPHS experienced a right-of-passage of a different sort last week as cap and gown pick-ups commenced. A continuous line of cars paraded through the high school’s parking lot as...

Rialto Theatre Restoration | Beloved Icon Receives Fresh Coat of Paint

When was the last time anyone saw the facade of the greatly renowned Rialto Theatre with a luminous red coating? Most likely not in most a South Pasadenan's recent memory, but painters worked through the...