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ShakeAlert No Longer Just a Prototype

(L to R) Adam Schiff, Judy Chu, and Thomas Heaton Credit: Caltech Government officials and Caltech scientists gathered at the Caltech Seismological Laboratory on October 17 to declare ShakeAlert—an earthquake early warning system for the three states along the West Coast—”open for business.” Caltech president Thomas Rosenbaum, Sonja and William Davidow Presidential Chair and professor of physics, led the midmorning press conference, which included U.S.…

Political Activist will Address the Progressive Discussion Group on Friday Morning

Pasadena political activist Marguerite Cooper will talk about the state of politics as she sees it in light of recent seismic national controversies including the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during Friday’s meeting…

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 (NRDC). Pasadena will also complete a supplemental water…

A Focus on Philanthropy

Northern Trust Trust Wealth Strategist Diane Rankin (left) and nonprofit and tax expert Reynolds Cafferata (center) will be featured speakers at tonight's free seminar. At right, Jennifer Fleming DeVoll, President and Chief Executive Officer of…

Caltech Scientists Rana Adhikari and Maksym Radziwill Honored with 2019 New Horizons Breakthrough Prizes

Left: Maksym Radziwill / Right: Rana Adhikari Credit: Caltech Two Caltech scientists have been named winners of 2019 New Horizons Breakthrough Prizes. Rana Adhikari, professor of physics, is being honored with the New Horizons in…

Wednesday, October 17

South Pasadena City Council to Hear Water, Energy Updates

City staff will deliver a report on efforts to address water discoloration, including construction of a new, $2.7 million treatment facility, among other items on…

Thursday, October 18

Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert Joins Schools and Community Together Again

Scenes from the 2017 Daniel Pearl World Music Day event. The 15th Annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days is back again at the Pasadena Jewish…

Saturday, October 20

Pasadena Chamber Members Plan Travel to China

Members of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce and local business owners who are prospective members are being offered an opportunity to become acquainted with business…

Saturday, October 20

Music of Beethoven Kicks Off Fifth Season of Third @ First Concerts on Friday

First United Methodist Church will begin its fifth season of free, monthly concerts on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. with a concert called,…

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Pasadena Police Body Worn Camera Program Has Captured Over 311,759 Incidents, Committee Will Hear

Public Safety Committee Chair Vice Mayor John Kennedy, City Manager Steve Mermell and Pasadena Chief of Police John Perez at a recent Committee meeting. The Public Safety Committee of the Pasadena City Council will receive interim Pasadena Police Chief John Perez’s Monthly Report, which details statistics on crime in the City over the past year and the steps the Pasadena Police Department is taking to reduce crime incidents. The Chief’s Monthly Report is one of two presentations Perez is scheduled to make before the Public Safety Committee Wednesday, October 17, during its regular meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. at…

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