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Rotary Club Speaker Pierre Mainguy

Visiting Pasadena Rotarian Pierre Mainguy was the program speaker for the March 27 South Pasadena Rotary Club. Pierre has worked with Community First-Global in the Sen Sok region of Northwest Cambodia for several years. They are providing...

Eggstravaganza at Garfield Park

See all the fun! Article and photos are publised | Click Here Annual Spring Eggstravaganza  Saturday, March 31 from 11:30am - 2:00pm. The event is located at Garfield Park, 1000 Park Ave. This event is fun for...

This Week’s News from the City of South Pasadena | March 29

  Take Part in City of South Pasadena’s “Transitions Forum” on Senior Care On Friday, April 6th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the South Pasadena Senior Center will offer a “Transitions Forum” featuring 10 panelists/experts...

Closing Ceremony for Sanctuary Art Exhibit with Special Musical Guests

More than 300 visitors experienced the “Sanctuary” Art Exhibit during its opening on Sunday, March 25 at the South Pasadena Public Library.  The important works by more than 40 highly accomplished artists expressing love,...

Library Presents a Wellness Series for Tweens

Students today face all kinds of pressures and stresses. Young people ages 9- to 14-years old can unwind and learn how to recharge when they attend the Spring Wellness Series for Tweens on April...

Kitten Rescued by South Pasadena Fire Department

On Tuesday, March 27th, South Pasadena Fire units were called to investigate a possible animal rescue. A homeowner called and said her kitten was stuck on an outside ledge of the second story of...

South Pasadena High School Hosts 73rd Pasadena Games

For the first time in its history South Pasadena High school hosted the prestigious Pasadena games track event, one of the elite track meets for high school track athletes.More than 40 schools from all...

Citizenship Question Threatens 2020 Census

Washington, DC — On Monday night, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that it would be adding a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. The census, as required by the Constitution, calls for an accurate...

Senior Center Update

The following will be offered the week of March 30 - April 6. Friday, March 30, 10:30 a.m., Fifty Ways to Discover Inspiration – Sometimes we all need a bit of inspiration to achieve...

Assemblymember Holden Introduces Legislation to Protect College Athletes from Harmful NCAA Policies

Sacramento (CA) - In the midst of March Madness, Assemblymember Chris Holden announced introduction of his legislation, Assembly Bill 2747, the College Athletes Civil Rights Act of 2018, to protect to college athletes from harmful...