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Last season, Pasadena High’s boys’ basketball team took care of business when it won the CIF Southern Section Division 3-AAA championship most predicted it would win. But in 2013, the road to a championship appears far more arduous now...
Tags: Basketball, AAA, Travel, Domestic Travel, Minor League Baseball
La Monarca bakery has opened a corner shop in South Pasadena. The location, a sunny corner by the Metro train track and a metal sculpture that looks like the figure on Walk/Don't Walk signs, sits alongside the tracks and cries out for customers to...
So how are those New Year's resolutions going? Are you getting to work a little earlier? Hitting the gym more than once a month? Writing that novel? Eating more healthily? Maybe trying out a vegetarian diet? We can't help with the first few, but if you'...
Tags: Zucchini, Lifestyle and Leisure, Salads, Animals, Vegan Diet
There's a new burger and sports TV joint in Pasadena. We're calling it the Testosterone province of Cholesterolistan. The owners call it Slater's 50/50. The 50/50 stands for the makeup of their burger patties — 50% ground beef, 50% ground bacon....
Umami Burger has made its way to Pasadena. The modernist burger joint was bound to arrive sooner or later. Lucky for us, it was sooner. The first Umami Burger opened in L.A. on La Brea in 2009. Since then, the locations and the following have exploded....
If one had to choose a golden age of physics at Caltech, the 1930s would be a strong contender. It was a time when Caltech leader Robert Millikan invited top scholars and physicists to the Pasadena campus. One of the most notable visitors, Albert...
At 16, Erica Wu has accumulated enough stamps on her passport to make even seasoned travelers jealous. She’s crisscrossed the country and other parts of the world, for table tennis tournaments and now will make the ultimate excursion, to London, as...
Tags: Tennis, Science and Technology, YouTube, Table Tennis, Travel
Mars One is not only a plan to send four astronauts (one of them could be you!) on a one-way trip to Mars -- but it's also a plan for a money-making, ratings-through-the-roof reality show. No, I'm not kidding. One of the men behind the effort to put a...
The old master spent his winter months at the Chateau Marmont, sitting beneath the palms, the white canopies and its distinctively European tower on the Sunset Strip. Photographer Helmut Newton was as recognizable there as his famous subjects, dining on...
PASADENA — Erica Wu has reached the pinnacle of her sport, and yet she’s only 15 years old. In emerging victorious in last month’s North American Table Tennis Trials, Wu qualified to represent the U.S. women’s team in this summer&...
Tags: Tennis, Table Tennis, Rugby League, Travel, Olympic Games
Two local students have engineered a modest science experiment into one very big opportunity. Regina Kim, 14, and Rachel Harmon, 13, both eighth-grade students at Wilson Middle School, will travel with their science teacher Mary Inglish to the Johnson...
City officials expect it will take weeks to remove all the debris from Pasadena and months to replace trees and complete repairs needed in the wake of Wednesday night's powerful windstorm. Workers in Pasadena, South Pasadena and San Marino were out in...
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