Monthly Archives: April, 2016

For 21 Years, Bacon Embraced All Souls at All Saints

In a world where religion divides so many, All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena has forged a path in the other direction, representing a...

Hitch a Ride on a Commuter Scooter With Pasadena Startup

When it comes to the largest technology hubs in California, the obvious directions to look are north toward Silicon Valley or west toward Silicon...

Flintridge Prep’s Bachmann Celebrates 25 Years as Headmaster

Slow and steady wins the race. Many of us have heard this classic proverb, associated with Aesop’s fable “The Tortoise and the Hare.” Its...

Friends of Foster Children Marks 40-Year Legacy

Each November, a trio of trees appears in Arcadia’s Santa Anita Mall the day after Thanksgiving. Unlike other symbols of the impending holiday season,...

Elizabeth House Gives Fresh Start to Homeless Moms

The house on Santa Barbara Street in Pasadena’s West Central neighborhood is as unassuming as it is transformative. Nothing about the two-story Craftsman’s exterior...

Website Has 3 Pasadena Private Schools Ranked in State Top 20

A trio of Pasadena-area private schools recently received prominent placement near the top of an online list published by Niche.com, a popular review website...

PACEF: Smart Philanthropy With ‘Hat-ti-tude’

In what’s become a Pasadena rite of spring, several hundred local ladies donning extravagant hats and fabulous fashions will flock to the Pasadena Hilton...

Cook Studios Signs $500M Deal with Chinese Company

Dick Cook Studios, the namesake venture of one of Hollywood’s heralded nice guys, last month announced a $500-million production deal with Film Carnival, a...

Sir Michael’s: A Gallant Quest for Party Perfection

When you’re celebrating a wedding or family milestone, commemorating a loved one, hosting a commercial event or raising money for a cause, the last...
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