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5:36 am | June 4, 2018


Pasadena celebrated its birthday on Sunday with a science fiction themed do at the Pasadena Museum of History which featured stormtroopers and a huge cake.

The event, held under a blazing sun, saw dancing Star Wars characters, live music, and face painting for the young.

The idea was to highlight the significance of Pasadena’s connection to science fiction. Local historians are laying claim to the literary genre as being invented here in the City of Roses.

But guests weren’t limited to Darth Vader and Hans Solo. Another “birthday boy,” Frankenstein, showed up also and helped Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek cut the beautiful cake prepared by Baja Ranch Market.