Sunday, February 18, 2018

Throwback Thursday – South Pasadena’s World-Famous Ostrich Farm

Edwin Cawston, English adventurer and world traveler, was one of the first to realize there was big money to be made ostrich farming in...

Something Sweet for Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re craving something indulgent, an energizing treat or just something a little sweet, this basic Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oat cookie can be...

Super Bowl in L.A. | Looking to 2022

While the 52nd Super Bowl is upon us, plans are already in the works to bring the NFL’s biggest game to Los Angeles in...

At The Huntington | Demystifying Dim Sum

Gain a new understanding of a quintessential part of Chinese food culture in a lively cooking demonstration with chefs Susan Feniger and Kajsa Alger...

South Pasadenans at the Women’s March 2018

A platform at the South Pasadena Gold Line Station was filled to capacity Saturday morning as thousands headed to the second Women’s March in...

Exciting Bike Trail to Unveil in February.

A new attraction, the kind South Pasadenans have grown accustomed to over the years, is about to debut with the announcement that the Arroyo...

Alive and Well Women Founder Cissy Brady-Rogers Invites Us on a Path

When I meet Cissy Brady-Rogers, she has just returned from a hike and, I’m not exaggerating, radiates health and well-being. I literally ask her...

Devastating Flu Season Hits!

Deadly flu season has hit California. Health officials say the influenza season started in November, earlier than usual, and there have already been 27 flu-related...

Throwback Thursday – California Bound

In 1900, stories about the west were published and first-hand accounts were reported back to residents on the east coast, causing many to leave...

$1 Huge Cookbook Sale!

Hundreds of cookbooks containing countless delicious American recipes, both traditional and contemporary, will be available during this special sale. Also offered will be cookbooks...