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Looking for Something to Do? Free Events March 28 to April 3

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events March 28 to April 3

Here are my top picks for events scheduled from Friday, March 28, to Thursday, April 3. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare tell me there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! From the Gutenberg Bible to the Ann Erdman blog, all media in every format had to be invented. [...]

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

In this 1935 photo, Sgt. Bailey supervises firearms instruction with two female employees (not sworn officers) of the Pasadena Police Department at the firing range in Eaton Canyon. Last Wednesday the Citizens Police Academy class spent the day at the same location.  A few things have changed since then:  The firing range is indoors now  [...]

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

In this 1935 photo, Sgt. Bailey supervises firearms instruction with two female employees (not sworn officers) of the Pasadena Police Department at the firing range in Eaton Canyon. Last Wednesday the Citizens Police Academy class spent the day at the same location.  A few things have changed since then:  The firing range is indoors now  [...]

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

In this 1935 photo, Sgt. Bailey supervises firearms instruction with two female employees (not sworn officers) of the Pasadena Police Department at the firing range in Eaton Canyon. Last Wednesday the Citizens Police Academy class spent the day at the same location.  A few things have changed since then:  The firing range is indoors now  [...]

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

In this 1935 photo, Sgt. Bailey supervises firearms instruction with two female employees (not sworn officers) of the Pasadena Police Department at the firing range in Eaton Canyon. Last Wednesday the Citizens Police Academy class spent the day at the same location.  A few things have changed since then:  The firing range is indoors now  [...]

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

Citizens Police Academy Week Seven — Firing Range

In this 1935 photo, Sgt. Bailey supervises firearms instruction with two female employees (not sworn officers) of the Pasadena Police Department at the firing range in Eaton Canyon. Last Wednesday the Citizens Police Academy class spent the day at the same location.  A few things have changed since then:  The firing range is indoors now  [...]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events March 22 to 27

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events March 22 to 27

Here are my top picks for events scheduled from Saturday, March 22, to Thursday, March 27.All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare tell me there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! Spend the morning Saturday, March 22, in nature beginning at 9 a.m. at the annual Hahamongna Walkabout and learn about innovations in [...]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events March 22 to 27

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events March 22 to 27

Here are my top picks for events scheduled from Saturday, March 22, to Thursday, March 27.All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare tell me there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! Spend the morning Saturday, March 22, in nature beginning at 9 a.m. at the annual Hahamongna Walkabout and learn about innovations in [...]

Celebrating Our German Roots

Celebrating Our German Roots

The sign in German above translates to “When you think you can go no further, a little light will come to show the way.”  It’s on a wall at the historic Alpine Haus Restaurant and Weingarten in New Braunfels, Texas. My siblings and I have deep roots all over Europe, including Germany. One set of [...]

Celebrating Our German Roots

Celebrating Our German Roots

The sign in German above translates to “When you think you can go no further, a little light will come to show the way.”  It’s on a wall at the historic Alpine Haus Restaurant and Weingarten in New Braunfels, Texas. My siblings and I have deep roots all over Europe, including Germany. One set of [...]