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Students Unlimited

Students Unlimited
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The Asian and Pacific Islanders with Disabilities of California (APIDC) hosted its first awards ceremony at Cicada Restaurant in the historic Oviatt Building in downtown Los Angeles on October 25th. Former Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta was honored with a lifetime achievement award for “his role in supporting the historic passage of the American with […]

Thanksgiving Centerpieces

Thanksgiving Centerpieces

With stressing about whether the turkey is going to be overcooked or undercooked; a half an hour late or an hour late to the table; how to keep the mashed potatoes warm and the gravy smooth; and how to time the green beans to be ready along with the glazed carrots—why not not stress about the […]

Festival of Fall: Taste the Gourmet

Festival of Fall: Taste the Gourmet

Gale’s Restaurant, Claud & Co., Green Street Restaurant, El Cholo Cafe, Trattoria Neapolis, Seco New American, Bella Sera Trattoria in Monrovia, and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse are a few of the eateries who will be providing gourmet tastes at the Festival of Fall on October 5th, to benefit Ability First nonprofit. San Antonio Winery, Loring Wine, […]

Wiggle Waggle 2014

Wiggle Waggle 2014

Every year, the Pasadena Humane Society’s Wiggle Waggle Walk unites families and dogs to raise funds in support of dogs that don’t have families. There will be a fashion show and a look-alike contest. I don’t much resemble Wilma except in lounging posture, and neither of us is ready to be in such a big crowd. […]

Making Real Change

Making Real Change

On August 13th, Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard will unveil a meter. Why so special? This so-called meter is a new “donation meter” for collecting spare change, the proceeds of which will help fund homes for the homeless. Small change as well as credit card donations will be accepted “through (these) uniquely designed meters.” Beginning at 11 […]

New England-Style Clambake

New England-Style Clambake

Beneath the half a dozen yoga pants you have in a bureau drawer, you know there’s hidden some Underhill patch madras shorts that will clash—but preppy-match—your green whale ribbon belt (you might even have the matching headband). Or in your closet, on the last hangar, hidden behind the Helmut Lang’s draped sleeveless crepe top and Michael Kors’ […]

D.U.D.E.S.

D.U.D.E.S.

What’s it take to make a playground feel like new? D.U.D.E.S., of course. Dads Uniting Dads in Education and Service was started in 2012 by six dads in South Pasadena. Their aim was to focus their energies  and do things. Take action and do things that would improve the educational resources for the kids in […]

Tadashi Shoji & Norman Rockwell

Tadashi Shoji & Norman Rockwell

Ever hitched a ride in a blimp? Room for two is available on the Goodyear blimp, if your price is right. You can also snag four tickets to tour of battleship USS Iowa docked in San Pedro, get Rose Parade grand stand seats, or go on a wine tasting tour at Le Vigne Winery in […]

Bags & Bubbles

Bags & Bubbles

Its the inaugural Bags & Bubbles. “Bags” because a silent auction will have high-end designer bags waiting for your bids and “bubbles” because champagne will flow with various kinds and plenty of tastings. Thursday, February 27th, the efforts to open the Southern California Children’s Museum continues with this fundraiser they hope to make an annual […]

Let’s “Look In”

Let’s “Look In”

It’s that time of year again when we get to take a peek. For 45 years, the Women’s Committee of The Pasadena Symphony Association (TPSA) has financially supported programs like the Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra, Pasadena Young Musicians Orchestra, and Pasadena All-City Orchestra with their “Holiday Look In” home tour. Over the decades, this event […]

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