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Kidspace Invites Supporters to Help Meet $200,000 Ann Peppers Foundation Challenge

Coming off a successful 35th anniversary year, Kidspace Children’s Museum has been awarded a $200,000 challenge grant from the San Gabriel Valley based Ann Peppers Foundation to support the goals of the Museum’s current Campaign for the Future of Kidspace focused on new exhibits and educational programs. “Kidspace has come so far, and I am very proud and thankful for our progress and the increase…

Assembly Majority Leader Holden Announces New Staff for a New Year

Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) today announced staff additions at his Capitol and district offices. Kayleen Maya-Aviles joins the Pasadena office as district director. Maya-Aviles, who started January 26, spent more than two decades working in…

National Film and Arts Festival Returns to Pasadena

After an inaugural year that included 19 days of programming in six cities across the country, Level Ground is returning to their hometown Pasadena. This year’s Level Ground Festival will take place from February 26…

Public Climate-Change Forum to Examine Carbon Footprint

In a roller coaster atmosphere between gloomy predictions and surprisingly encouraging actualities, the Fourth Annual Climate Change Forum co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters Pasadena Area will provide an update on California’s current energy…

Rep. Chu Reintroduces DIPLOMA Act to Help Children Succeed Outside the Classroom

Thursday, Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) reintroduced the Developing Innovative Partnerships and Learning Opportunities that Motivate Achievement (DIPLOMA) Act. The DIPLOMA Act provides grants for states for local services to address the comprehensive needs of all…

Tuesday, January 27

The West Pasadena Residents’ Association to Host Pasadena Mayoral Candidates Forum

With Mayor Bill Bogaard’s decision not to seek re-election, Pasadena’s March 10 municipal primary election promises to be an historic time for the city. West Pasadena voters…

Tuesday, January 27

African American Church Center’s 40th-Year Celebration to Start with Dedication Gala

The Fuller Theological Seminary will kickoff its three-day celebration of the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church Studies’s 40th Anniversary with a dedication gala…

Saturday, January 31

Fred Korematsu Day Pasadena 2015

The City of Pasadena will honor an Asian-American civil rights leader with festivities that include arts and crafts, exhibits and a documentary about a wedding…

Saturday, January 31

Jacque Robinson for Mayor Rally and Kickoff Celebration

Pasadena Vice Mayor Jacque Robinson, candidate for Mayor, will formally kick off her campaign this Saturday, January 31st at 9:30 a.m. Community leaders, elected officials,…

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Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 721, Women, and Teachers All Endorse Jacque Robinson for Mayor

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 721, United Teachers of Pasadena, and the National Women’s Political Caucus of Greater Pasadena, has endorsed Jacque Robinson to become the next Mayor of the City of Pasadena. SEIU 721 represents county and city employees across Southern California, including Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside counties and numerous cities in the region, as well as employees of special districts and publicly-funded non-profits such as health clinics and janitors. City of Pasadena members are sanitation employees. “I am honored to have the endorsement and support of the hard working men and women who keep…

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