Monthly Archives: May, 2020

Former Dodger Executive’s Journey From Pasadena to City of Hope

By Tim Madigan Special to The Outlook I met Pasadena resident Fred Claire about this time last year on my first visit to City of Hope...

Heading Down the Home Stretch of the School Year

By Brian McDonald PUSD superintendent Gov. Newsom released the state’s revised May budget proposal for 2020-21 that seeks to avoid permanent cuts to public education while...

National Merit Scholarship Winners Recognized

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation, or NMSC, last week announced this year’s National Merit $2,500 Scholarship winners, which included a handful of Pasadena graduating...

Stars Pivots to Provide Groceries, Meals to Families

As efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic effectively shut down public education and socialization in mid-March, organizations such as the youth-based...

Unexpected Visitor Brings Joy to Hathaway-Sycamores’ Youth

Just a few days before Los Angeles County issued its “Safer at Home” order, effectively shutting down all youth activities after schools themselves had...

Huntington Hospital Offers COVID-19 Antibody Testing

Huntington Hospital recently began a serologic testing program to identify individuals who have been exposed to – or recovered from – the coronavirus infection...

Christopher Daniel Berta

In Loving Memory of Christopher Daniel Berta September 23, 1988 – May 11, 2020 Our beloved son has gone home to be with the Lord. After...

Local Organizations Aid Firefighters, Police, City Staff

Two local organizations this week pooled together a donation large enough to benefit all essential city staff as well as a handful of local...

Parsons Drive-Thru Pizza Night

The Parsons Real Estate Team wanted to show gratitude to its clients by giving them a free pizza while supporting one of its favorite...

Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena Launches Fundraising For COVID-19

The Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena has announced a fundraising campaign aimed at supporting their programs during the COVID-19 health crisis. For more...
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