Sunday, April 19, 2015

Large Crowd Gathers for Unveiling of Poignant Pasadena Armenian Genocide Memorial

A poignant, long-awaited memorial to the estimated 1.5 million victims of the Armenian Genocide was dedicated and unveiled before a crowd of as many as 1,000 in Old Pasadena's Memorial Park Saturday afternoon.

PWP Will Ask City to Increase Water Restrictions, Predicts City Can’t Meet New Lower Allocation

Pasadena Water and Power plans to ask a city committee to consider tightening Pasadena's water supply shortage rules from a Level 1 to a Level 2 plan in the face of an impending 15% water supply reduction imposed by the Metropolitan Water District.

Woman Escapes From Kidnapper’s Car, Suspect Remains at Large
This Week in Pasadena City Government

This Week in Pasadena City Government

Sunday, April 19, 2015 | 3:34 am

CicLAvia Comes to Old Pasadena For Tours Ahead of Big May Event
Coleman Chamber Music Holds Chamber Ensemble National Competition Today
What To Do This Sunday in Pasadena

What To Do This Sunday in Pasadena

Friday, April 17, 2015 | 5:54 pm

The Pasadena-Altadena Links Present Community Art Showcase “Master of The Arts”
Celebrating Years of Gratitude on Mayor Appreciation Day
A Stunning Mediterranean Villa Located in the Foothills of Pasadena
TEDxPasadenaWomen Unveils Speakers for May 30 Event at Los Angeles College of Music
Author to Recount Incredible Tale of How the Nazi’s Stole Europe’s Gold, U.S. Troops Stumbled on Trainsloads Full