Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Pasadena Unified’s Financial Outlook Transformed in Stunning Improvement

Last-minute changes in the state budget, updated accounting figures and significant savings on special education have helped the Pasadena Unified School District wipe out more than two-thirds of its multi-million-dollar budget shortfall.

Huntington Library Corpse Flower Unexpectedly Blooms, Emitting Signature Foul Stench

One of the Corpse Flowers at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens has finally bloomed, a week after Li’l Stinker – the name given to another of the Amorphophallus titanum plants grown in the San Marino garden – failed to bloom and was dissected by the Huntington’s botanists for the public to see what's inside.

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Long and Winding Road: A Conversation with Caltech’s String Theory Pioneer
Boys Basketball: Pasadena’s Omari Moore Commits to San Jose State; Versatile Big Man Helped Bulldogs Make Second Consecutive CIF Finals Appearance
An Evening with Larry Grobel, the “Mozart of Interviewers,” at South Pasadena Library on Thursday, August 23
Girls Athlete of the Week: Megan Lund of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
Boys Athlete of the Week: Adrian Zepeda of John Muir High School