Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Gold Line’


Developing Pasadena: 4 Alternatives

Developing Pasadena: 4 Alternatives
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Four alternatives to consider for Pasadena’s future, and four opportunities to voice an opinion. Pasadena’s next step in the process of  revising its General Plan comes this month, in four public forums and a survey process. At the end of the process, the city will update its Pasadena’s General Plan Land Use and Mobility Chapters. The […]

A Few of My Favorite Things

A Few of My Favorite Things

Sometimes I ask people if they are comfortable going places by themselves. In the past year I’ve grown ever more capable of taking myself on solo excursions. I’ve discovered places that are satisfying little idylls, either for singular or plural outings. Here are five I can vouch for in no particular order. 1. Tommy’s Restaurant, […]

The Gold Line Goes All the Way

The Gold Line Goes All the Way

Sometimes you hear about these mass-transit projects and think, “All those years to build a few miles of subway? We’ll all be dead by then!” And then all of a sudden it’s done and you can’t imagine what life was like before. That’s my hope for the Gold Line Extension, which after years of construction […]

South Pasadena Music & Art Fest

South Pasadena Music & Art Fest

A new venture sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, the South Pasadena Eclectic Music Festival and Art Walk arrives this weekend, and it is just the type of thing we need right about now. Filled with free live music at three festival areas, exhibitions in nine art galleries and open houses at many shops, the […]

Train-to-Drink Bar Bargain

Train-to-Drink Bar Bargain

Attention current or would-be Metro riders: To help inspire light-rail use and get us out of our cars, La Grande Orange (located inside Pasadena’s historic Del Mar Station) is offering $1 cocktails for Gold Line riders. Just bring in your ticket stub and your first cocktail, glass of wine, sangria or beer is just a […]

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