Monthly Archives: October, 2016

New Studio at Kidspace Has Some Stories to Tell

A mom sat in the Central Courtyard at Kidspace Children’s Museum one afternoon last week, pecking away at her smartphone with an index finger....

Clairbourn to Honor Mr. 1.000 With Batting Cage

John Paciorek will never forget Sept. 29, 1963. The warm Sunday afternoon marked the final day of the Major League Baseball regular season and...

TEDxPasadenaWomen is Determined to Grow

After first planting what became TEDxPasadenaWomen last year, the minds behind the local group want to use this year’s conference to firmly establish its...

Add Quiet Art Museum to Weekend Activities List

Dear Parents, Pumpkins are popping up on porches, football games are becoming regular weekend fare, trees are hinting at tinting color, and the weather is...

At Historic House, Hahn Took a Gamble on a Film

Spoiler alert: There aren’t any dancing teacups in Don Hahn’s documentary film, “The Gamble House.” There is, however, careful attention paid to the purposeful way...

Local Policeman Honored by Pasadena Police Foundation

For Glenn Thompson, it’s all about the youth. A 26-year veteran of the force who has been extremely active in the Police Explorer program and...

Kennedy’s Jewelry: Hope ‘By Your Side’

It had been more than a decade since Jennifer Kennedy survived breast cancer, but last fall she found herself back in another chemotherapy center....

Elder Delivers Another Perspective at Flintridge Prep

In the interest of equal time, Flintridge Prep welcomed conservative thinker Larry Elder to campus this week. Congressmen Adam Schiff came by and stumped for...

Halfway to Halloween and Counting the Days

Dear Parent Coach, My children have been very excited about Halloween for a couple of weeks already and they’ve changed costume ideas numerous times, including...

A Rosy Welcome in the Arroyo

Visitors to the Rose Bowl will now receive a visual welcome before they reach the stadium as new signage was unveiled at the campus’...
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