Monthly Archives: July, 2016

Treasure Hunts Are a Magical Staple of Childhood

Dear Parents, The recent game app craze Pokemon Go has universally captured the imagination of growing crowds of players, perhaps providing a temporary and carefree...

Club 21 Aims to Make Summer Connections

It’s a Wednesday afternoon in mid-July and a group of teenagers are sauntering across the dance floor at Lineage Performing Arts Center in Pasadena....

Free Animal Doctor Nonprofit Helps Pets Get Vet Care

The following was written by Sydney Chun, special to the Outlook Holly Green’s dog, Willy, is blind in both eyes and had a painful glaucoma...

Mosqueda Goes to Bat for Old Souls

For as long as she can remember, Pasadena resident Laura Mosqueda has enjoyed the company of older adults. A close-knit relationship with her grandparents...

Dark to Be Honored at Arboretum’s Fundraiser

One of the first weddings that Peggy Dark catered did not begin on a promising note. It was a hot, September afternoon in the...

Police Department Modifies Staffing in Wake of Shootings

The following was written by Chief Phillip Sanchez, guest columnist The recent high-profile shootings involving law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge and St. Paul have...

Summer is the Time to Instill a Passion for Reading

Dear Parent Coach, I read voraciously as a child, and I’d like to instill that same passion for books in my own children. During the...

Longtime News Anchor Continues to Support Casa

Her face is one of the most recognizable in the Southern California news market. Her reporting for NBC4 has spanned decades and garnered multiple...

McDonald Steers PUSD Down Right Path

It’s not very often that a child with attention deficit disorder grows up to become the superintendent of a large school district. It’s even...

Celebrity Coaches Host Football, Dance Camp

The following was written by Avery Yang, special to the Outlook. During a lull in the activities that Soul Glow’s second annual Football and Dance...
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