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If Los Angeles can have a book festival -- the just-concluded Los Angeles Times Festival of Books -- and even the suburb of nearby Duarte (pop. 21,000) can have one, why not Pasadena? Pasadena is famous for the Rose Parade, Caltech and Jackie Robinson,...
After three years of uncertainty, the perennially unfinished commercial building at the corner of Altadena Drive and Lincoln Avenue in Altadena will finally have a tenant: the Aveson charter school. Aveson will lease the structure for its grades six-...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Politics, Poetry, Elections, Robert Burns
As grand marshal of the 124th Tournament of Roses Parade, British primatologist Jane Goodall got the grandest possible tour of Colorado Boulevard on New Year’s Day. Best known for her decades-long studies of chimpanzee behavior in the wilds of...
The 124th Rose Parade in Pasadena kicked off on a cloudy and cold New Year’s Day with the elaborate Dr. Seuss-themed float “Follow Your Dreams.” The float -- heralding this year's theme, "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" -- contained 20,...
Burbank, Glendale, La Canada Flintridge and South Pasadena all won awards for their floats in the 124th Rose Parade, with hundreds of local volunteers getting into the act. Ryan Babroff of Burbank, 26, is already a veteran float expert. He began...
A total of 40 people were arrested for their conduct at the 2013 Rose Parade or Rose Bowl game, according to Pasadena police, all but two for people being drunk in public. Twenty-three people were arrested along the parade route between 5 p.m. on New...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Police Arrests
People come from around the world to see the Rose Parade in Pasadena. They also come from around the corner. Keeping with tradition, Pasadena resident Michelle Alexander brought her 2-1/2 year old and 4-month-old daughters to the Rose Parade on Tuesday....
The art of generating buzz about local cultural institutions reaches a high point this month as both Pasadena and South Pasadena host free events that bring art to the masses, feet to the streets and business to local merchants. Pasadena hosts its twice-...
Forget "The Love Boat" — the "Love Float" is coming to Pasadena. Farmers Insurance announced Monday that its entry in the 2013 Rose Parade — fittingly dubbed "The Love Float" — will feature a live wedding, the first in the iconic...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Weddings, Google+
It's hard to think of a more harrowing inspiration for a band than that of Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars. The West African group met in a Guinean refugee camp after fleeing the brutal, decade-long civil war in their native Sierra Leone. But rather than...
Astronaut Sally Ride is remembered locally not only as the first American woman to travel in space, but also as a pioneering educator who encouraged girls to pursue careers in science. Ride, who became famous for her presence aboard the space shuttle...
On South Raymond Avenue, a cozy recording studio overlooking the Art Center College of Design's south campus and steps away from the Metro Gold Line is luring musicians to Pasadena. Eric Lilavois, owner of Crown City Studios, designed it that way....
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