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Tragedy in the making
The children of one of two men killed in a November fire have filed separate claims for damages against the city of Pasadena for not closing the allegedly illegal boarding house where the men lived.
Thu May 23, 2013
Occupying City Hall
Members of Occupy San Fernando, among them five of six people arrested in November following a confrontation with police during an appearance in Pasadena by former Mexican President Vicent Fox, claim they were struck by baton-wielding officers outside the event.
Like most folks, you probably have off from work Monday for the Memorial Day holiday.
"Epic" Artist of the Day: Sandeep Menon
Continuing our week of Epic artists, we take a look at the designs of Blue Sky visual development artist Sandeep Menon.
LA Daily News
Pasadena police union says officers wrongly accused of hiding evidence
In a recently released statement, the Pasadena Police Officers Association said that two of its members have been wrongly accused of hiding exculpatory evidence.
NASA head views progress on asteroid lasso mission
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden visits to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
As the creator of "The Vagina Monologues," one of the most popular and controversial plays of the past two decades, Eve Ensler had long been seen as a pillar of strength among feminists and women's rights activists.
A year later, U.S. trade with Colombia grows while anxiety mounts
U.S. officials are equally excited, saying U.S. businesses have improved their sales to the South American country by 20 percent.
A Weekly Affair
That's certainly true in personal relationships. It's just as true in the journalism business and the illustration business .
J ennifer Wiseman, senior project scientist for NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, speaks at least two languages fluently - faith and science.
Pasadena Now: Maranatha High School Announces iPad Minis for Every Student
Maranatha High School is excited to be leading the way in adopting the iPad Mini in every class, for every student. Recognizing the ever-increasing importance of digital technology in the lives of students worldwide, Maranatha High School will launch its 1:1 program this fall. Students will engage in digital learning across the curriculum.
Pasadena Now: Final Mansions & Music Features Strings of Every Kind
It has been suggested that the vibrations of a string set the universe in motion. While the Pasadena Conservatory of Music is not qualified to weigh in on the ongoing scientific debate, they are intrigued by the notion that the very fabric of the universe is governed by vibrating strings and posit their own string theory: strings set in motion in various lengths, numbers and configurations create a universe of musical possibilities.
Pasadena Now: Clairbourn Students Flex Their Math Muscles
Spring is the season where students in Mary Lyzenga’s middle school math classes flex their mental muscles to take on tests and competitions designed to prove their mettle as mathematicians. This year, the seventh grade accelerated math class participated in the annual Math Olympiads Program. They took a series of five exams during the year, which required them to solve unusual and difficult problems.
Pasadena Now: Add a Dash of Colori
When it comes to fashion and style, Italians rightfully dominate. Their aesthetic blending of form and function with art and execution is an integral part of the country’s persona, where “la bella figura” remains an important aspect of the Italian way of life. Often overlooked (under the growl of Ferraris and ohhs and ahs of couture runways) are the gorgeous Italian accessories which can make or break an outfit, a scene, a successful party, a loved gift.
St. Francis Receives National Athletic Trainers’ Association “Safe Sports School” Award
St. Francis High School is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School award for its Sports Medicine and Athletic Training Program. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.
NASA ships sensors for seafaring satellite to France
Jason-3 will extend the two-decade series of satellites that are tracking global sea level changes and enabling more accurate weather, ocean and climate forecasts.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Project aims to track big city carbon footprints
Every time Los Angeles exhales, odd-looking gadgets anchored in the mountains above the city trace the invisible puffs of carbon dioxide, methane and other greenhouse gases that waft skyward.
Wed May 22, 2013
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Pedestrian fatally struck by car in Pasadena identified
Authorities have released the name of a 39-year-old Los Angeles man fatally struck by a car while crossing Colorado Boulevard over the weekend.
NextEnergy, Calstart To Host Midwest's First Workplace Charging Workshop
NextEnergy, the state of Michigan's renewable energy accelerator, and Calstart, the Pasadena, Calif.
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Pasadena man and woman accused of 1997 Altadena slaying
Detectives Tuesday arrested a man and woman in connection with a 1997 cold case slaying in Altadena believed to have stemmed from a dispute over CDs.