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Lions, Tigers, And…

Lions, Tigers, And…
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Historically, lions symbolize strength and courage. As a nocturnal animal, they also symbolize authority and “command over subconscious thought (as night is an ancient symbol of the subconscious—or dream states).”¹ Seen as the lord of the land, the lion…. is one of the favorite symbols of leadership, warriors and emperors. It is not only seen […]

POPS’ Music Under the Stars

POPS’ Music Under the Stars

It’s predicted to be a clear, cool evening—as would be expected during a “reverse spring,” we’ve learned*—when the Pasadena Symphony and POPS will play under the stars at Pasadena City Hall on June 6th. This year’s open-air concert is a tribute to “Ladies of the Great American Songbook,” celebrating music from film, theatrical musicals, and […]

When City Hall Was a Hole in the Ground

When City Hall Was a Hole in the Ground

          Here are historic photos from the mid-1920s when our beloved Pasadena City Hall was under construction. Before the digging began: Parking Day or Nite (but not for much longer!): When the land was still being cleared:   They’re off and running: All Saints Church peeking over the palms: Note all […]

Pasadena Art Night

Pasadena Art Night

Drumming performances by Makoto Taiko and Bill Ellzey‘s sunrise photographs at Shumei Arts Council. “Listening as (a) movement” is a public artwork by Elana Mann “involving interactive sculpture and community-based performance” at Side Street Projects (with refreshments from Whole Foods Arroyo). The Pasadena Museum of California Art has scene paintings from the 1930s-1960s, Christopher Miles’ […]

Lighting the Big Tree

Lighting the Big Tree

Tuesday brings the annual lighting of the city of Pasadena’s 20-foot Noble fir tree. Mayor Bill Bogaard will turn on the lights and kick off a celebration that includes music and food. To keep in the city’s increasingly green spirit, Pasadena Water & Power donated LED tree lights that use 90% less energy than traditional […]

We’re Thankful For…

We’re Thankful For…

We at Hometown Pasadena talked amongst ourselves about what we’re thankful for here, and we wanted to share our short list for the Thanksgiving holiday. Here’s one hometown thing each of us is thankful for — except that some of us just couldn’t keep it to one thing. Mel Malmberg: The way Pasadena fosters community. […]

Pops for Free on Sunday

Pops for Free on Sunday

The city of Pasadena and Pasadena Pops, with sponsorship from Target and Parsons, are kicking off summer with a free concert and festival this Sunday on the square in front of City Hall. Bring beach chairs, a picnic supper and, if the June gloom holds, a sweater, and stake out your seat by 5:30 p.m., […]

Death of an Oak

Death of an Oak

Our friend Ann Erdman, Pasadena’s public information officer, reported today on her blog about the death of one of urban Pasadena’s most impressive oaks. Read about it here.

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