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The Pasadena City Council on Monday voted 6-2 to indefinitely table a proposed ballot initiative aimed at repealing 2001's Measure A and allowing the city to oppose plans to connect the Long Beach and Foothills freeways through construction of a 4.5-mile long tunnel. Mayor Terry Tornek and Council member Tyron Hampton voted in favor of the ballot measure to reverse Measure A, which prohibited the council from legally opposing construction of an overland route through South Pasadena to extend the 710. Comment?
When 80 N. Fair Oaks Ave. opened its doors to diners in 1986 it was called Kashmir International, operated by a Pakistani couple who'd lived many years in and around the Persian Gulf. The somewhat eclectic menu included a few Muslim and Middle Eastern dishes. Comment?
Justin Boogard's grandma was afraid to drive at night. In fact, she was scheduled for her DMV renewal and she knew the near blindness in her left eye would mean she surely would not pass the vision test. Comment?
Pasadena and San Gabriel police officials are investigating reports that $200 disappeared during a recent narcotics arrest, the Pasadena Weekly has learned. The incident occurred in San Gabriel on Jan. 22 during a joint operation between San Gabriel police and the Pasadena department's Special Enforcement Section . Comment?
Theatrical Education Group presents "Shakespearience," a play-within-a-play following an acting troupe staging scenes from Shakespeare's most famous works, at 9:30 a.m. at the Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, open to the general public and to student field trip groups. Tickets are $20 to $50 general admission, $10 to $14 for school groups. Comment?
Union Station Homeless Services hosts its annual free Dinner in the Park for homeless individuals, low-income families and those who simply have no place to go for Thanksgiving from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Central Park, 219 S. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena. Call 240-4550 or visit unionstationhs.org. Comment?
When was the first time you could get a soft shell taco in Pasadena proper? Well, according to Los Tacos' website, it was in February 1986, when Fidel Leos and his wife Martha opened their first restaurant at 1 W. California Blvd. That's certainly where I first discovered them three decades ago, waiting in a long line at lunchtime to sample all the fillings in this new, no-nonsense small sit-down restaurant and fast-food carryout. At present, the still family-operated Los Tacos runs two branches, one in San Gabriel and the original in Pasadena. Comment?
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