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Passionate Gold Cup Soccer Crowd of 65,527 in the Rose Bowl, 16 Arrested

Mexico scores! Image courtesy Mexico National Team via Facebook. Pasadena police arrested 16 people, 10 of them for suspected drunkenness and disorderly behavior, at Saturday’s CONCACAF Gold Cup soccer doubleheader at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena which saw both the United States’ neighbors, Canada and Mexico, crushing their opponents in crushing defeats. A Police Department spokesman said three were arrested for fighting, one for obstructing…

Pasadena City Ballet Dances Its Way to 60th Anniversary, Celebrates Artistic Directors’ 20-Year Mark

Tania Grafos, Diane De Franco Browne, Zoe Vidalakis Pasadena City Ballet celebrates 60 years of arts and dance education and the artistic directors’ 20th anniversary on Saturday. The group will perform “Deja Revue,” a show-within-a-show…

Officials Will Instruct Pasadenans on How to Deal with Those Bears in the Backyard

In a 2016 Pasadena incident, three bears roamed a Kinneloa Mesa neighborhood, swimming in a pool and exploring dumpsters searching for food. With no Fish & Game wardens available, Sheriff's deputies monitored the bears' movements…

Pets of the Week at the Pasadena Humane Society

Here are the Pets of the Week available for adoption at the Pasadena Humane Society this week: A note from Crunch (A476765): G’day Mate! Ow ya doing? Ok, I know I’m not an Australian Shepherd,…

Community Health Alliance of Pasadena Receives Major Covered California Grant to Ensure the Move to Universal Coverage

Covered California announced on May 24th, 2019 that it intends to partner with Community Health Alliance of Pasadena (ChapCare) — and dozens of other community-based organizations — to educate consumers about their health care options,…

Sunday, June 30

Free June Events at Pasadena Senior Center

There is something for everyone in June at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St. You do not have to be a member to…

Friday, July 05

Rose Bowl Alerts Area Resident That Building Dome for Upcoming APOLLO 11 Show Likely to be Noisy

The Rose Bowl is serving notice that work on building the Lunar Dome at the stadium, which will house the new “APOLLO 11” theatrical production…

Friday, July 12

Registration Opens for YWCA Pasadena Girls Rise Leadership Summer Camp

From June 17th though July 12th, the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley will hold its Girls Rise Leadership Camp. This unique, all-girls summer camp will be based…

Sunday, July 14

Age is Just a Number to Athletes Competing in Pasadena Senior Games

From powerlifting and basketball to table tennis and beyond, more than 1,200 athletes aged 50 to 99 go for the gold during the 27th annual…

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Hundreds Remember Philanthropist Jaylene Moseley

[Updated] As the Celebration of Life ceremony for the Flintridge Center’s Jaylene Moseley wound to a close Saturday afternoon, officiate Daniel Torres, who is the Center’s interim director, stood at the podium in the Rose Bowl’s west locker room gazing around the packed room. He realized that there would simply not be enough time to allow members of the community to speak their remembrances of the beloved Moseley, who passed away May 25, one day short of her 70th birthday. So Torres simply asked the audience—which ranged from elected officials to former gang members—to stand and turn to their neighbors,…

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