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SoCal Firefighters Face Off to Find the Fittest Firefighter

Southern Californian firefighters are putting up their dukes in a test of speed, endurance and boxing skills to find Southern California’s toughest, strongest firefighter – and it’s all for a 2-year-old boy fighting cancer. The Challenge for Dylan takes place noon on Saturday, March 14 at Title Boxing Club in Pasadena (87 Frasier Alley across from DeLacey parking structure). All funds raised from the afternoon…

Jaime Escalante: A Life Con Ganas, An Exhibition That Honors His Life

Pasadena City College honors one of its distinguished alumni, Jaime Escalante (Class of 1969), in an unprecedented exhibition that honors his life and teaching career. Jaime Escalante: A Life Con Ganas runs from March 5…

Popular Mexican Restaurant’s Washington Blvd. Location Closed by Pasadena Health Inspectors

City Public Health Department inspectors have temporarily closed Mijares Mexican Restaurant’s 1806 E. Washington Blvd. location in north Pasadena. The restaurant was shut down on February 25 for a cockroach infestation and other violations, according…

Children’s Charity Hillsides Opens Remodeled Recreation Room

Left to right: Tori Mordecai, one of the donors who helped fund the new recreation room at Hillsides, and Hillsides Chief Executive Officer Joseph M. Costa at the Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting ceremony to dedicate the…

Angeles Chorale Celebrates 40th with Performance of Dvorak’s Stabat Mater

If John Sutton, Artistic Director of the Angeles Chorale, were asked which facet of Antonin Dvorak’s masterwork, Stabat Mater, resonated within him more – the composition’s beauty or the moving human story behind it –…

Saturday, February 28

Read, Discover, Connect Art & Essay Contest at the Sierra Madre Library

Students in grades K – 8 are invited to enter the Library Art and Essay contest, starting February 2, 2015. This year’s theme is: Read,…

Saturday, February 28

Ross Helping to Open the Door to Great Futures in Pasadena

Shoppers at Ross Dress For Less in Pasadena will have the opportunity to support the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena this month through the…

Saturday, February 28

Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles’ Golden Ticket Treasure Hunt

Cookie fans, get ready for a sweet scavenger hunt on social media! In celebration of National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend, Girl Scouts of Greater Los…

Sunday, March 01

National Film and Arts Festival Returns to Pasadena

After an inaugural year that included 19 days of programming in six cities across the country, the Level Ground Festival is returning to its hometown:…

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The World of Classical Music, The Courageous Art of Playgoing will be Explored During Spring Term of the Masters Series

The spring term of The Masters Series, with two parallel tracks, is scheduled Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 24 to May 14 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St. * Tuesdays: Further Excursions Into the World of Classical Music – Dr. Alan Chapman will take participants on the next phase of a stimulating journey into the world of classical music. Each talk will examine works of a different composer and look into that composer’s life. Chapman is the weekday morning host on KUSC Classical Radio where he also produces and hosts two weekend programs.…

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