Thursday, October 18, 2018

Pasadena To Change Water Usage Policies, Reporting Methods, Following Lawsuit Settlement

Pasadena’s water usage and reporting in new housing developments will change dramatically following the settlement of a suit filed last December by the Natural Resources Defense Council.

A Focus on Philanthropy

Giving may be its own reward, but tax deductions are nice, too. Pasadena is a very charitable city, by most accounts. Which is why the Pasadena Community Foundation is hosting a free seminar to help residents make the most of the tax benefits that come along with that generosity.

Latest News

Chaka Khan Selected as Rose Parade’s Grand Marshal

Chaka Khan Selected as Rose Parade’s Grand Marshal

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 | 9:09 am

Caltech Mom Wins Nobel Prize, Son Is JPL Mars Flight Tech
10th Annual Great ShakeOut Prepares Pasadena for Earthquake Emergency
Political Activist will Address the Progressive Discussion Group on Friday Morning
Celebrities Lend Their Faces to Help Pasadena Charity

Celebrities Lend Their Faces to Help Pasadena Charity

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 | 8:06 am

Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert Joins Schools and Community Together Again
Celebrate the Season with a Thanksgiving Centerpiece from Los Altos Auxiliary Benefitting Hathaway-Sycamores
The Shakespeare Club Celebrates 130th Anniversary with Golden Age Gala
Kidspace Children’s Museum Helps to Spark Love of Science in Kids
LA Times Sports Columnist Sam Farmer will be Main Speaker at Friday’s Pasadena Quarterbacks Club luncheon