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After 75 Years, The Original Twohey’s in Alhambra May Close Its Doors February 1

After 75 Years, The Original Twohey’s in Alhambra May Close Its Doors February 1

Located in Alhambra and serving up family-friendly American Fare including their famous burgers, onion rings, award-winning soda fountain hot fudge sundaes, and making memories for 75 years, the…

First Group of Troubled Youths Complete Juvenile Program at New Facility

First Group of Troubled Youths Complete Juvenile Program at New Facility

Event marks milestone in transformation of probation’s approach to juvenile justice The first cohort of youths completed their court-ordered rehabilitation under the supervision of the Los Angeles County Probation…

State Agencies Band Together to Increase Wildfire Prevention

State Agencies Band Together to Increase Wildfire Prevention

The Board of Forestry and Fire Protection (Board) and CAL FIRE express their deepest condolences to all the families affected by the ongoing wildfires in southern California, as…

Education

iD Tech Summer Camps Ignite Passion for STEM Learning

iD Tech Summer Camps Ignite Passion for STEM Learning

By May S. Ruiz Just what can a 13-year-old kid possibly accomplish in five days?…

Governor Signs Bill Ensuring Access to Life-Saving Medications in Schools

Huff Legislation Safeguards California Students from Serious Allergic Reactions Legislation designed to protect schoolchildren from…

Chef Beltran to Host 8th Annual Gumbo Fest to Benefit Pasadena Education Network

Chef Beltran to Host 8th Annual Gumbo Fest to Benefit Pasadena Education Network

Preeminent chef Claud Beltran announced that his 8th Annual Gumbo Fest will take place at the…

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Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre to Perform ‘La Pasión De España’

Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre to Perform ‘La Pasión De España’

‘Carmen’ and ‘Don Quixote’ at the El Portal Theatre Sept. 12, 13 Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre will present “Carmen” and “Don Quixote (Act I)” in a fiery, progressive production called “La Pasión…

The Mission is Possible, Again (Without Breaking a Sweat)

The Mission is Possible, Again (Without Breaking a Sweat)

By Ea Nicole Madrigal   Since the global success of the last installment of the Mission Impossible series, Ghost Protocol, the world awaited what Ethan Hunt would be…

La Canada Presbyterian Presents ‘Completely Hollywood (Abridged)’

La Canada Presbyterian Presents ‘Completely Hollywood (Abridged)’

From the hilarious trio that brought you The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) and The Bible: The Complete Word of God (Abridged), comes Completely Hollywood (Abridged). This…

Big Bear’s Overnight Guests Get a Break at the Pumps as Gas Prices Continue to Soar

Big Bear’s Overnight Guests Get a Break at the Pumps as Gas Prices Continue to Soar

Big Bear Lake is a close-by staycation that’s away from it all! It’s an easy two-hour drive from most Southern California communities, a three-hour drive from Las Vegas,…

The Fabulous Lipitones: Harmonious and Surprisingly Insightful

The Fabulous Lipitones: Harmonious and Surprisingly Insightful

By Nathaniel Cayanan Today, taking offense at the mere mention of race has practically become habitual, sadly; making it difficult for writers (especially white ones) to talk about…

Tarzan – Spectacular Musical for All Ages

Tarzan – Spectacular Musical for All Ages

By Jennifer Schlüter After successful shows in Fullerton, TARZAN: The Stage Musical – based on the Disney film – opened at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center last…

Crime

Rosemead Woman Charged with Son’s Murder

A 49-year-old woman has been charged with shooting her son to death at a Rosemead motel, the Los Angeles County District…

Deputies Find Missing Girl in Sex Offender’s Santa Clarita Garage

Deputies Find Missing Girl in Sex Offender’s Santa Clarita Garage

The parents of a young teenage girl reported her missing to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Tuesday, July 14, 2015,…

Sheriff Relieves More Jail Personnel of Duty and Launches Internal Investigation of Inmate Allegations of Abuse

On Friday last, ten jail personnel with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department were relieved of duty and a number of…

Bentley Stolen in Pasadena; Thief Escapes

California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers spotted a stolen Bentley on the 210 Foothill Freeway late Monday and pursued it into an…

Business

Weekend-Long Hackathon to Address California’s Historic Drought

Weekend-Long Hackathon to Address California’s Historic Drought

Everyone Can Get Involved in Developing Sustainable Solutions By Jennifer Schlüter Over the weekend of Aug. 21-23, hackers, designers, and problem solvers are invited to create innovative…

Business Profile: deCroupet’s Cake Sisters

Business Profile: deCroupet’s Cake Sisters

By Amelia Favela deCroupet’s Cake Sisters is a cake specialty bakery that creates custom cupcakes, cakes and cookies for all occasions. Sisters Janine McRiley and Cheryl Marino…

Health & Fitness

OpenTaste Launches Online Platform That Reinvents the Food Supply Chain

OpenTaste Launches Online Platform That Reinvents the Food Supply Chain

Brings Freshest, Highest-Quality Produce Directly to Consumers OpenTaste, a new Los Angeles-based Ag Tech company, is launching their unique produce and foods delivery platform to Pasadena and…

Summer for Free in L.A. (Part 5): Duarte Bike Path

Summer for Free in L.A. (Part 5): Duarte Bike Path

By Ea Nicole Madrigal As mentioned before, the kids are out of school and one of the first questions is: what are some enjoyable activities that my…

Arts & Culture

Ariadne auf Naxos: ‘Meta’ German Opera With Comedic Twist

Ariadne auf Naxos: ‘Meta’ German Opera With Comedic Twist

Pacific Opera Project’s Newest Offering Has Laughs, High Romanticism   Pacific Opera Project, the hip California high-art company that recently put on the hugely successful Star Trek-themed “Abduction…

Local Students’ Art Wins National Competition

Local Students’ Art Wins National Competition

Rep. Chu Announces 2015 Artistic Discovery Winners   On May 9th, Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) announced the winners of the Artistic Discovery Competition. Now in its 34th year,…

Sports

Rose Bowl Proves Pasadena is Still the Capital of the College Football World

Rose Bowl Proves Pasadena is Still the Capital of the College Football World

  Georgia tops Oklahoma in Thriler By Spencer Stueve The Rose Bowl, the Granddaddy of Them All, the most prestigious event in college athletics, a Pasadena staple. …

Jump Into Fitness by Supporting Seniors

Jump Into Fitness by Supporting Seniors

The National Senior Games are exciting Olympic-style events that feature athletes over the age of 50. Over 10,000 athletes from the 50 states plus Canada and Trinidad…

Dining

Cheeseburger Week Returns to Pasadena January 11th to 16th, 2015

40 Pasadena eateries celebrate the invention of the cheeseburger in Pasadena with delicious offerings, specials and more Cheeseburger Week 2015 is coming in January! During Cheeseburger Week…

Culinary Masters Aim to Redefine Sport & Dining Experience at Great Race Place

Culinary Masters Aim to Redefine Sport & Dining Experience at Great Race Place

The famous Chandelier Room – Courtesy photo Newly Renovated, Iconic Venue to Also Offer Live Entertainment in One-Of-A-Kind Setting Santa Anita Park, which will open for its…

Home & Garden

Grow Your Best Tomato Yet

Grow Your Best Tomato Yet

By Melinda Myers Nothing beats the flavor of fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes. Make this your biggest and tastiest tomato harvest yet with proper planting and care. Reduce pest problems…

Baby boomers still play active role in housing market, survey finds

Previous homeowners twice as likely to buy again as non-owners As the wealthiest generation and the first to drive the housing market, baby boomers will continue to…

Obituaries

Arcadia Resident Dorothy Heffner Voogd Passses Away

Arcadia Resident Dorothy Heffner Voogd Passses Away

  Dorothy Heffner Voogd was born in St. Louis, Missouri.  Her birth certificate shows her father’s occupation as “shortstop.”  Her father, Don Heffner, was then playing for the St.…

Legendary puppeteer Bob Baker, 90, dies

Legendary puppeteer Bob Baker, 90, dies

Bob Baker, along with his partner Alton Wood, founded the Bob Baker Marionette Theater in 1963, which has gone on to become the oldest and longest-running children’s…

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