September 29, 2020, 5:16 pm

Cirque Du Soleil Percussionist Fernando Diez Talks Studio Recording, Future Ambitions

Near 6 months in to the COVID-19 pandemic and the world continues to adjust. Cirque Du Soleil is on hold for the moment. Betwixt the many roles that modern living has fostered remains that of...

SPHS Sports Update | Waiting Game Continues for Delayed Fall Season

If you think your workday is difficult, try taking on the one Anthony Chan has these days. As the athletic director at South Pasadena High School, he’s faced with combining three seasons – fall, winter...

Arts Are Essential | September 18 – 25

Join South Pasadena’s nighttime mayor, Brad Colerick, for the latest Wine & Song podcast.  Episode #24 is coming to us from Fraser, Colorado and features PJ Olsson, John Statz, Celeste Krenz & Rebecca Folsom,...

A World Less Certain | Apocalypse Now

Los Angeles and the valleys are choking in smoke. So thick, the sun is amber, and the view from my loft is sickly yellow. It’s been like this for days. The forests are burning...

Jaz Sawyer Suspends District 3 Campaign | City Council Elections 2020

A top classical jazz entertainer is no longer seeking a seat on the South Pasadena City Council. Jaz Sawyer announced earlier this week he is suspending his campaign in District 3. His departure from the...

SPFD Wildfire Update | Bobcat Fire Nears Mt. Wilson Observatory

South Pasadena firefighters are going from one major blaze to the next. After being sent to the El Dorado wildfire in Yucaipa about 10 days ago, SPDS Captain Dan Dunn, Division Chief Chris Szenczi, Firefighter/Paramedic...

Unhealthy Air Quality Declared due to Smoke from Wildfires Burning in the Region

According to the South Coast Air Quality Management District, smoke from wildfires burning in the region has caused unhealthy air quality in the following areas: Central Los Angeles Northwest Coastal LA County Southwest Coastal LA...

New Acting City Manager | Fire Chief Paul Riddle Weighs in on Critical Role

When South Pasadena’s city manager was removed from her seat last weekend, City Council members turned to one of its most trusted individuals to guide the city’s path during unprecedented and trying times, even...

Public Library Program | One City, Many Stories: Exploring Common Ground

The South Pasadena Public Library is reinventing the traditional “One City, One Story” citywide reading program concept in response to the complex times in which we are living. Instead of focusing on a single book,...

CANCELLED | South Pasadena Cruz’n for Roses Car Show 2020

A classic car, which has drawn thousands to South Pasadena over the years and looked to go virtual on Sunday, September 20, has been cancelled. In June, organizers prepared to hold the event on computer...
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