Julian Prime

Julian Prime
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.

City Votes to Implement District-Based Election System Under Threat of Lawsuit

The City of South Pasadena is undergoing a transition to district-based elections after the City Council adopted Resolution 7524 on July 19. The unanimous decision to pass the law, however, was not supported by...

A Tribute To Santana Delivers Familiarity and Easy Groove in ‘Concert in the Park’...

Smooth Latin rock rose up into the air of South Pasadena on Sunday as Robert Sarzo and A Tribute to Santana took the stage for the fourth Summer Concert in the Park at Garfield...

Man Charged in 2009 South Pasadena Murder

In the Winter of 2009, there was a murder in South Pasadena. Nearly eight years later, Juan Carlos Perez has been found guilty of shooting Noe Martinez-Quinone twice in the head. Perez was arrested...

Opinion: Dave’s Not Here (And Neither Is The City Council)

Most people who live in Los Angeles can remember from an early age walking through Venice Beach and seeing bright green seven-leafed flowers alongside “Dr. Weed Pun”. It’s no secret that the current climate...

Summer Arts Crawl Brings Out South Pasadena Night Life

The South Pasadena Summer Arts Crawl attempted something truly magical this weekend: cultivate a night life in the sleepy City of Trees. Dozens of South Pasadena businesses stayed open later than usual to host...

Festival of Balloons Draws Thousands to Independence Day Festivities

The Festival of Balloons and 4th of July celebrations are South Pasadena core traditions. Thousands line Mission Street while representatives from the various communities within the small town stride on, waving American flags and...

Body of missing 5-year-old found five days after father charged with murder | Piqui

The body of missing 5-year-old Aramazd Andressian Jr. was found dead near Lake Cachuma in Santa Barbara on Friday, ending a 10-week search by over 20 law enforcement agencies around Southern California. Los Angeles...

Murder Charge Filed Against Father of Missing 5-year old as Search Continues

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department formally announced plans to prosecute Aramazd Andressian Sr. for the murder of his son, Aramazd Andressian Jr., today. Andressian Jr., who has been missing since April 22, has...

Arroyo Seco Weekend Music Festival Debuts to Tens of Thousands in Inaugural Success

From Coachella to Oldchella, concert promoter Goldenvoice has a commanding grasp on the Southern California music festival scene. It was inevitable that the dominant organization would eventually conquer one of Los Angeles’ most coveted...

City Council votes to strengthen Resolution of Diversity

The South Pasadena City Council voted unanimously in favor of strengthening and adjusting the Resolution of Diversity last night after an hour of speeches and deliberation. The vote, called by Council-member Marina Khubesrian, endorsed...

UPDATE: Winners Announced | Annual Pasadena Chalk Festival lights up Paseo Colorado

UPDATE: Artist awards were announced today. Best in Festival was awarded to Shaina Joel, who created a touching tribute to the late Batman actor Adam West. Shuji Nishimura took home second place with a...

South Pasadena High School Graduates 329 Seniors

As 329 seniors moved their tassels from right to left in unison on Friday, June 9, the South Pasadena High School Class of 2017 graduated at the 111th commencement. The convocation began at 5:00 p.m....
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