Thursday, December 18, 2014

Court to Drop Charges Against PETA Rose Parade Protestor

Today, a Pasadena court will drop all charges against PETA supporter Amanda Slyter, who was arrested in January and charged with "interfering with a special event" for using her body to block the SeaWorld float at the Rose Parade.

Smoking Ban Outside Pasadena Public Libraries Gets Initial Nod from City Council

The Pasadena City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance that will ban smoking on the grounds of all the city’s 10 public libraries during the Council's Dec. 15 meeting.

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5 Reasons to Keep Your 2015 Resolution to Exercise

Exercise is a great way to lose weight. You not only get the benefits of the calories you burn while you exercise but you also raise your metabolic rate for the rest of the day.…

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