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LitFest Pasadena Announces “Thought Provoking” Pasadena Playhouse District Lineup

Image Courtesy Litfest Pasadena Via Facebook Save the date for the 7th annual LitFest Pasadena coming up on May 19 and 20, 2018. LitFest Pasadena treats Southern California audiences to an exciting and thought provoking weekend full of diverse literary readings, panels, performances, and activities for all ages and interests. It’s held at venues and on sidewalks throughout the Pasadena Playhouse District. Over 2,000 guests…

Pasadena Symphony Announces 2018/19 Symphony Classics Season

Image Courtesy Pasadena Symphony via Facebook The Pasadena Symphony announces its 91st season with a larger than life schedule of seven concerts, commencing on October 20th with Mozart’s Requiem through to a May 4th finale…

Cold, Possibly Rainy Thursday Will Lead to Warmer Weekend

A prominent trough is sweeping in today with just enough moisture to bring possible showers at times across Pasadena, and snow levels in the mountains are lowering from around 4,000 to 2,000 feet Thursday night,…

Pasadena Ice Skaters Host Watch Party as Local Olympian Falls on Ice

A week after Pasadena Skating Club Olympian Mirai Nagasu made history as the first American woman to land the triple axel jump in Olympic competition, she returned to attempt the feat a second time in…

Pasadena Heritage Reaches Out to Capture Ideas for Community Character at March “Participate Pasadena” Meeting

Image Courtesy Pasadena Heritage via Facebook   Participate Pasadena is a community engagement initiative of the local historic preservation non-profit Pasadena Heritage. Extending from the organization’s work to identify and preserve historic neighborhoods and buildings,…

Thursday, February 22

The Week in Pasadena City Government

Monday, February 19 City Council Meeting – Cancelled 6:30 p.m. Pasadena City Hall 100 North Garfield Avenue Agenda – http://ww2.cityofpasadena.net/councilagendas/2018%20Agendas/Feb_19_18/Cancel.pdf   Tuesday, February 20 Economic…

Thursday, February 22

This Week In Public Education

Thursday, February 22 PUSD Board of Education Meeting 4:00 p.m. Elbie J. Hickambottom Board Room 351 South Hudson Avenue Agenda – http://pusd.granicus.com/GeneratedAgendaViewer.php?view_id=15&event_id=317   Board of…

Thursday, February 22

Vice-Mayor Kennedy Gifts, Unveils Mural Painting of President Barack Obama at Pasadena Central Library on Thursday

At left, Pascal Mpeck, the French artist whose painting of President Obama will be unveiled Thursday at the Pasadena Central Library, marched in last Saturday's…

Thursday, February 22

Citizens Oversight Reports Claims Pasadena Unified Illegally Spent Measure TT Funds

A report by the Pasadena Unified School District’s Citizens’ Oversight Committee, shown in session last year, will be presented at the Board of Education meeting…

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Community Health Alliance of Pasadena Awarded Grant by CIT Bank to Help High-Risk, High-Cost Patients

Community Health Alliance of Pasadena, known as ChapCare, announced Monday it has been awarded $25,000 by CIT Bank N.A., the parent company of Southern California’s OneWest Bank. The generous grant award provided to ChapCare will support the organization’s Care Coordination program, in which high-risk, high-cost patients with chronic health issues receive systemic coordination of their general and behavioral healthcare for improved outcomes. CIT has a commitment to social responsibility and corporate citizenship, exemplified by its support of a diverse range of non-profits. ChapCare began providing Care Coordination services in January 2017 when it hired a Care Coordinator to work as…

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