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An Italian Catholic priest is under fire for a Christmas message he made that apparently blames women for domestic violence. Perio Corsi's text, titled “Women and femicide — healthy self-criticism. How often do they provoke?” contains...
The Glendale Elks Lodge #1289 just celebrated the 100th anniversary of their founding and Pasadena has a lot to do with it. When Glendale's original lodge was destroyed by fire set by an arsonist in 1986, members of Pasadena Elks Lodge #672 stepped in...
Two men have been charged for their alleged roles in the Christmas Day shooting death of Pasadena resident Victor McClinton, prosecutors announced Wednesday. Larry Darnell Bishop Jr., 20, faces murder, attempted murder and other charges in the...
On the Town: 2013 Rose Queen and her Court visit Five Acres' holiday, Project Renewment renews itselfFive Acres' Festive Holiday Open House was alive and well this season. The event was canceled last year because of the strong winds in Pasadena. On Wednesday (Dec. 5), Five Acres staff more than made up for their year off. The grounds of the Altadena...
Tags: Auction Service, Mental Health, Family, Clarence Thomas, Music
Ninety seconds. That’s how long a Christmas tree survived a demonstration of holiday fire hazards sponsored by the Pasadena Fire Department on Tuesday morning. After Pasadena firefighters torched the tree, they issued a series of warnings for...
Tags: Emergency Incidents, Explosions
Dec. 1 and 2 marked the 45th annual Holiday Look In Home Tour of four lavishly decorated homes and one boutique. The five venues covered San Marino and South Pasadena. At $35 a ticket, the tour that draws hundreds of visitors is a major fundraiser for the...
Tags: Chocolates, Culture, San Marino, Arts and Culture
Sunday marks the last two performances of the Pasadena Playhouse hit “A Snow White Christmas.” The English “panto” (holiday play), a comic take on the classic fairy tale, provided a change from the traditional “Nutcracker&...
GIRLS' SOCCER La Salle 1, Pasadena 1 (La Salle wins on penalty kicks, 4-3): Ally Puga, Kim Mejia, Kacey Venti and Kelly Synold converted on penalty kicks Thursday to lead the Lancers (6-2-2) in a Los Tacos Holiday Festival Green Bracket match at the...
Tags: Basketball, Sports, Soccer
San Marino Police arrested five teens with a carload of Christmas gifts on Friday, and are trying to find the owners of some of the goods. At about 11 a.m. Friday San Marino police stopped a vehicle at Sherwood Road and Palmas Drive, according to Sgt....
Tags: San Marino, Religious Festivals
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Having built a positive rapport among several nearby communities for the past decade, Randy Lilavois bid farewell Wednesday and is ready to embark on his next journey that will take him two times zones east to Huntsville, Ala....
Tags: High Schools, Sports, Cornell University, Schools, Soccer
Pasadena residents in the know are flocking to Glendale for Recess. But it's not just a break they want. Pasadenans want gourmet food at non-gourmet prices. For three Thursday evenings Recess Executive Chef-Owner Sevan Abdessian is offering just that. The...
Q: Many consider this to be the season of peace and hope. Reflecting on 2012, what has given you peace? What are your hopes for the coming year? Peace and hope are rather difficult concepts to ponder in light of this past week's horrific events at the...
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