Saturday, September 21, 2019

Sweet Start to ‘Yes on A’ | Campaign Brings New Hope With Tax Measure

With the city facing an annual shortfall of approximately $1 million and the possibility of it getting worse over the next five years, a man at the center of a potential remedy to it...

Mayor Loses her Cool at City Council | Heated Exchange with Citizen

In the small upstairs office where they gather around a cramped table before repairing to the first floor council chambers, citizen Madeline Di Giorgi on Wednesday offered South Pasadena city council members a vote...

Cruz’n For Roses 2019 | The Road Kings Make Pit Stop in South Pasadena

They’ve hardly missed one, a group of car buffs who tour the Southland attending weekend events with an opportunity to show off their shiny, flashy and well-maintained vehicles. Members of the Road Kings, a Burbank...

Throwback Thursday | When There Was Nothing

The San Gabriel Valley (Spanish: Valle de San Gabriel) derives its name from the San Gabriel River which got its name from the Spanish Mission San Gabriel Arcángel (est. 1771). In 1886, Pasadena became the...

2nd Annual SPARC’tacular Awards Sep 28 | Where Fashion, Art, & Architecture Intersect

Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual SPARC'tacular Awards Benefit bash, “FASHION+ART+ARCHITECTURE,” celebrating the South Pasadena Arts Council’s 10-year anniversary at one of South Pasadena’s most unusual landmark homes on Saturday, September 28, from...

SPMS Gym Renovation | Adressing Unforeseen Challenges to Board of Education

Progress is being made, but concerns have been raised about the condition of a building being rehabilitated on the South Pasadena Middle School campus. An official from Balfour Beatty Construction provided an update on the...

SPUSD Land Swap | School Board Eyes Deadline for Property Exchange

South Pasadena Unified School District officials and Board of Education members continue to explore the possibility of a potential district office exchange or land swap. A draft Request for Proposal (RFP) has been created and...

UPDATE: ‘Crossroads South Pasadena’ | Government ‘Adrift,’ New Group Warns

Update Sept. 18 to include city's comments ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Moved by a sense of “growing community concern about the quality and course of South Pasadena city government,” a dozen residents, activists and business owners have chartered a...

Oneonta Presents: A Special Occidental Campus Tour | Treasure Hunting at a Hunt Treasure...

The Oneonta Club Foundation is pleased to announce a rare opportunity to tour Architect Myron Hunt's historic buildings at Occidental College in Eagle Rock on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019, from 1:30-3:00 pm. We are...

SPHS Tiger Football | Going for 4-0 Against Alhambra Friday

Jeff Chi likes it, the idea that South Pasadena High’s football team has won its first three games to open the 2019 season, but there’s a troubling area of play the Tigers’ football coach...