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Caltech’s Richard Murray Named to Department of Defense Panel on Innovation

Richard Murray Secretary of Defense Ash Carter named Caltech’s Richard Murray to the Defense Innovation Advisory Board, a 15?member panel established in March to advise the Department of Defense (DOD) on innovation. Murray (BS ’85), is the Thomas E. and Doris Everhart Professor of Control and Dynamical Systems and Bioengineering in the Division of Engineering and Applied Science. He joined the Caltech faculty in 1991,…

Beyonce Reportedly Earned $7.1 Million for Rose Bowl Performance

Photo courtesy Visitpasadena.com Beyoncé earned $7.1 million when she performed at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena on May 14 before a crowd of 55,736 fans, a report on Billboard magazine said. Pasadena city authorities…

Pasadena Bead and Design Show Brings Mesmerizing Array of Gems, Jewelry, Clothing and So Much More Than Just Beads

The Pasadena Bead and Design Show returns to the Hilton Pasadena on from Thursday to Friday and features 300 galleries and displays under one roof with jewelry pieces and other items from knowledgeable merchants and…

Pasadena Forum: All They Need is Love

Panelists at the "Love is Love" YWCA Forum: (Lto R) Edina Lekovic, Tarek Shawny, Aaron Saenz, and Ari Gutierrez. “How you feel about your child should not change once they tell you they are gay,”…

Here’s What You Missed at the Pasadena Humane Society’s ‘Rattling Cages’ Last Night

On Thursday night, the Pasadena Humane Society and 1202 Salon and Spa collaborated to raise awareness and funds for the PHSA to continue its work in the community. The evening began with complimentary food and…

Saturday, July 30

Old Pasadena Summer Cinema Showcases Classics, Vintage Horror, Cult Favorites, and More

Old Pasadena Summer Cinema (formerly the Old Pasadena Film Festival), continues the tradition as a month-long, free movie series featuring screenings in predominantly outdoor locations.…

Sunday, July 31

‘Courage Against Racism’ Panel Discussion with Black Lives Matters Pasadena Founder Set for Sunday, July 31

The Stop LAPD Spying Coalition will lead a panel discussion in Pasadena on Surveillance and Repression as part of the group’s Courage Against Racism series…

Tuesday, August 02

Pasadena Police Will Engage Neighborhoods Across City During National Night Out

At a time when relationships between citizens and police are being tested across the United States, neighborhoods in Pasadena will join thousands of American communities…

Tuesday, August 02

Pasadena Public Library to Celebrate National Night Out Next Tuesday

Local residents are invited to participate in the Celebrate National Night Out festivities on Tuesday, August 2 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Pasadena’s…

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Pasadena Water and Power Considers Water Rate Redesign

Incoming Pasadena Water and Power Interim General Manager Gurcharan Bawa. The Pasadena Department of Water and Power (PWP) presented the current state of its efforts to redesign the City’s water rate structure Wednesday afternoon to the Pasadena City Council Municipal Services Committee. Essentially, according to the redesign proposal, water rates would be modified to reflect the City’s decreasing demand for water, due to the drought and subsequent conservation, and the  need to make capital improvements in the city’s water lines and facilities. The proposed new rates “may have a significant impact on some customers,” a PWP report to the Committee…

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