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Popular ‘Fast, Fresh, Healthy’ Pasadena Restaurant Runs Into Trouble with Health Department

Pasadena Health Department inspectors gave a popular Pasadena restaurant a Conditional Pass rating after they found a number of violations during a routine inspection on April 28. Teri and Yaki, located at 229 N. Lake Avenue in Pasadena, was given a low score of 80 during the inspection, lower than the minimum score of 85 required by the Pasadena Health Department. The restaurant is one…

FBI Asks For Help Identifying ‘Knuckles Bandit’ Who Robbed Pasadena Bank

© OpenStreetMap contributors The FBI and other law enforcement agencies are seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating one or several unidentified male suspects wanted for bank robberies in Los Angeles County, including a…

Homelessness Rose 11% in Los Angeles, Officials Announce, While Pasadena’s Decline Continues

The number of homeless in the city of Los Angeles continued to rise during the past year, as Pasadena’s figures continued to go down. Pasadena posted a 15.8 percent decrease in the number of homeless…

Sierra Madre’s July 4th Parade Registration Now Open

The beloved community tradition is back for another year! The Sierra Madre 4th of July Parade is an all-American celebration taking place in an All-American City. The parade, held every year to honor our nation’s…

Community Yard Sale in Sierra Madre

The City of Sierra Madre Senior Community Commission is hosting the 6th Annual Community Yard Sale on Saturday, June 4, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in Sierra Vista Park (611 E. Sierra Madre…

Saturday, May 07

PCDA’s Move-a-Thon Offers Adapted Physical Activities for All Abilities

Professional Child Development Associates (PCDA) is hosting its second annual Move-A-Thon on Saturday, May 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Rose Bowl Brookside…

Sunday, May 08

Rising Seas and Falling Aquifers

“Rising Seas and Falling Aquifers” sounds like an alarm. Perhaps it is. But it also is the topic of a free, public forum sponsored by…

Thursday, May 12

Classical, Jazz and Swing Music will be Explored During Spring Term of the Masters Series

The spring term of The Masters Series is scheduled Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 22 to May 12, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Pasadena…

Thursday, May 12

Pasadena Public Library Closes for Staff Development Day on May 12

All Pasadena Public Library sites will close for Staff Development Day, Thursday, May 12. They will reopen and resume their regular schedule on Friday, May…

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“Community Service: Soul of the City” Interfaith Breakfast Thursday Spotlights Homelessness

  The 43rd Annual Pasadena Mayor’s Interfaith Prayer Breakfast, “Community Service: Soul of the City” presented by Friends In Deed, will grace the Pasadena Convention Center on Thursday to highlight many of the city’s faith-based communities and their efforts in homelessness prevention. The breakfast is the first interfaith breakfast in Mayor Tornek’s term and it will feature many of the city’s religious figures and non-profit organizations, including a keynote address by Chief Executive Officer of Union Station Homeless Services, Rabbi Marvin Gross and hosted by KTLA News Reporter Manny Medrano. In conjunction with National Prayer Day, the breakfast aims to…

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