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Growing up in Pasadena, Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyler Giffin attended Monrovia High School and graduated in 2011. Today,...
04/03/2022
Pasadena native serves at Naval Air Station North Island

Growing up in Pasadena, Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyler Giffin attended Monrovia High School and graduated in 2011. Today, he finds the values in Pasadena similar to those needed to succeed in the military.

Growing up in Pasadena, Petty Officer 2nd Class Tyler Giffin attended Monrovia High School and graduated in 2011. Today, he finds the values in Pasadena similar to those needed to

Four months after the killing of 13-year-old Iran Moreno, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office added $50,000 to the city of Pasade...
04/01/2022
Reward on Iran Moreno case increases to $85K

Four months after the killing of 13-year-old Iran Moreno, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office added $50,000 to the city of Pasadena’s $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect or suspects responsible for the murder.

Four months after the killing of 13-year-old Iran Moreno, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office added $50,000 to the city of Pasadena’s $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction

For the second time, owners Brandon Monroe and Chris Cesnek are bringing their products to the Los Angeles Beer Festival...
03/31/2022
LA Beer Festival encourages drinkers to imbibe out of the box

For the second time, owners Brandon Monroe and Chris Cesnek are bringing their products to the Los Angeles Beer Festival on Saturday, April 2, at Los Angeles Center Studios.

Every beer has a story at Paperback Brewing Co., which is known for its clever monikers.

79-year-old Liz McDuffie, founder of the Medical Cannabis Caregivers and known as the “Little Old Cannabis Lady from Pas...
03/26/2022
‘Little Old Cannabis Lady’ battles city of Pasadena

79-year-old Liz McDuffie, founder of the Medical Cannabis Caregivers and known as the “Little Old Cannabis Lady from Pasadena,” was introduced to the world of medical cannabis during her time as a teacher in Germany.

More than five years after recreational marijuana became legalized in California, over 80% of the market remains underground, according to reports. Despite its legalization, Proposition 64 gave municipalities the power

After making his mark as the longest-serving member of the Alhambra City Council, Jeffrey Koji Maloney is looking to con...
03/24/2022
Maloney wants to bring environmental sustainability to Alhambra

After making his mark as the longest-serving member of the Alhambra City Council, Jeffrey Koji Maloney is looking to continue his work as an environmental advocate serving his second term as mayor.

After making his mark as the longest-serving member of the Alhambra City Council, Jeffrey Koji Maloney is looking to continue his work as an environmental advocate serving his second term

After Kevork Douzadjian was discharged from the Army in 2002, he founded Apricoty, a cosmetics company that uses apricot...
03/23/2022
Apricoty proves fruitful for Altadena man

After Kevork Douzadjian was discharged from the Army in 2002, he founded Apricoty, a cosmetics company that uses apricot oil in its products.

Since Kevork Douzadjian was a youngster in Lebanon, he enjoyed gifting his mom or sisters with products that would make them feel pretty.

This month, a new film, “The Cherry Bushido,” will screen at the Laemmle Playhouse 7 on Friday, March 25.
03/22/2022
Pasadena resident promotes Happy Science with ‘Cherry Bushido’

This month, a new film, “The Cherry Bushido,” will screen at the Laemmle Playhouse 7 on Friday, March 25.

Yoichi Utebi moved to Pasadena just a year before COVID-19 closed borders. His mission was to promote the films made by Happy Science, but with films and its festivals closing,

Longtime Pasadena resident Janet Elkins and her friends Terry Herkner and Betty Carmona have turned to helping Afghan re...
03/21/2022
Trio helps Afghans settle in LA County

Longtime Pasadena resident Janet Elkins and her friends Terry Herkner and Betty Carmona have turned to helping Afghan refugees who settled in the area through the International Institute of Los Angeles.

Longtime Pasadena resident Janet Elkins wants to spend her retirement years helping others.

The Pasadena City Council recently approved the East Colorado Specific Plan, which will introduce new regulations and de...
03/20/2022
Council OKs East Colorado Specific Plan

The Pasadena City Council recently approved the East Colorado Specific Plan, which will introduce new regulations and development standards that will be effective this summer.

As new investment continues to flow into Pasadena, the city is working with community members to find a way to manage new development changes to benefit them.

Few people have seen the benefits of second chances more than Thomas Vozzo, the first chief executive officer of Homeboy...
03/19/2022
Homeboy CEO: Everyone deserves forgiveness

Few people have seen the benefits of second chances more than Thomas Vozzo, the first chief executive officer of Homeboy Industries, a gang intervention and rehabilitation nonprofit.

Caltech will host author Fraser MacDonald to speak with JPL historian Erik M. Conway and Caltech archivist Peter Sachs C...
03/18/2022
Caltech book event reveals the secret history of JPL

Caltech will host author Fraser MacDonald to speak with JPL historian Erik M. Conway and Caltech archivist Peter Sachs Collopy about his book “Escape from Earth: A Secret History of the Space Rocket.”

Mankind has long been fascinated by the limitlessness of outer space and admired the valiant pursuit of those brave enough to explore it. However, the history of space exploration has

After Kevork Douzadjian was discharged from the Army in 2002, he founded Apricoty, a cosmetics company that uses apricot...
03/17/2022
Pasadena Weekly 03.17.22

After Kevork Douzadjian was discharged from the Army in 2002, he founded Apricoty, a cosmetics company that uses apricot oil in its products.

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Born into the restaurant industry, college senior Vivian Yenson followed in her family’s footsteps by recently opening T...
03/14/2022
Tay Ho brings authentic Vietnamese cuisine to San Gabriel - Pasadena Weekly

Born into the restaurant industry, college senior Vivian Yenson followed in her family’s footsteps by recently opening Tay Ho Restaurant San Gabriel at the age of 20.

By Kamala Kirk Pasadena Weekly Staff Writer Born into the restaurant industry, college senior Vivian Yenson followed in her family’s footsteps by recently opening Tay Ho Restaurant San Gabriel at the age of 20. Yenson is the eldest granddaughter of Linda Tuyet Nguyen, the matriarch of the family-o...

From its origins as a small corner bakery in San Francisco, Tartine Bakery has grown to a worldwide bakery chain operati...
03/13/2022
Internationally acclaimed Tartine opens in Pasadena - Pasadena Weekly

From its origins as a small corner bakery in San Francisco, Tartine Bakery has grown to a worldwide bakery chain operating from 14 locations across the Bay Area, Los Angeles and Seoul.

By Luke Netzley Pasadena Weekly Deputy Editor From its origins as a small corner bakery in San Francisco, Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson’s Tartine has grown to a worldwide bakery chain operating from 14 locations across the Bay Area, Los Angeles and Seoul. Over 20 years after the first store...

On the heels of strict COVID-19 safety restrictions, the Glendale Youth Orchestra is gearing up for a new performance. V...
03/12/2022

On the heels of strict COVID-19 safety restrictions, the Glendale Youth Orchestra is gearing up for a new performance. Visit PasadenaWeekly.com to read the full story.

Photo courtesy of the Glendale Youth Orchestra

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On the heels of strict COVID-19 safety restrictions, the Glendale Youth Orchestra is gearing up for a new performance.
03/12/2022
Glendale Youth Orchestra travels on ‘Symphonic Adventures’ - Pasadena Weekly

On the heels of strict COVID-19 safety restrictions, the Glendale Youth Orchestra is gearing up for a new performance.

By Jordan Houston Pasadena Weekly Staff Writer On the heels of strict COVID-19 safety restrictions, the Glendale Youth Orchestra is gearing up for a new performance. The orchestra, comprising dozens of students ranging from sixth grade to college, will present “Symphonic Adventures” at 6 p.m. Su...

The Tall Men Group will honor late bandmate Jimmy "Muffin" Yessian, who died of cancer in September, with a two-set trib...
03/11/2022
Tall Men Group celebrates late bandmate Jimmy Yessian - Pasadena Weekly

The Tall Men Group will honor late bandmate Jimmy "Muffin" Yessian, who died of cancer in September, with a two-set tribute show Sunday, March 13, at the Coffee Gallery Backstage in Altadena.

By Bliss Bowen Pasadena Weekly Contributing Writer “Food and music,” veteran songwriter Marty Axelrod mused. “What could be more communal?” The prompt for Axelrod’s comment was a lengthy discussion about late mutual friend Jimmy Yessian — so beloved as “Muffin” in the Southland acous...

To complete the The National WWII Museum’s expansion project, they partnered with The Hettema Group, the Pasadena-based ...
03/10/2022
Pasadena firm designs $7.5M project at National WWII Museum - Pasadena Weekly

To complete the The National WWII Museum’s expansion project, they partnered with The Hettema Group, the Pasadena-based experiential design firm pushing the limits of artistic and architectural creativity.

By Luke Netzley Pasadena Weekly Deputy Editor Often known as “The War that Changed the World,” the Second World War saw the death of nearly 3% of the Earth’s population and was arguably the most influential event of the 20th century. Dedicated in 2000 as the National D-Day Museum and now desig...

The Pasadena Community Foundation received $10 million from the Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation to establish a sc...
03/09/2022
Scholarship for transitioning foster youth is more than just money - Pasadena Weekly

The Pasadena Community Foundation received $10 million from the Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation to establish a scholarship program.

By Allison Brown Pasadena Weekly Staff Writer The Pasadena Community Foundation received $10 million from the Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation to establish a scholarship program to help remove the typical obstacles encountered by transition-age foster youth as they pursue their education. “W...

Opinion: The ever-quotable Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godm...
03/08/2022
Unleash your curiosity this Women’s History Month - Pasadena Weekly

Opinion: The ever-quotable Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.”

By Ellen Snortland Pasadena Weekly Columnist The ever-quotable Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.” Hear, hear! And here we are at March, Women’s History Month....

When the San Marino League’s sixth biennial juried fine art exhibition and sale was canceled in 2020 amid the early stag...
03/07/2022
Juried exhibition and sale back and supporting the arts - Pasadena Weekly

When the San Marino League’s sixth biennial juried fine art exhibition and sale was canceled in 2020 amid the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, its artists were put on hold. Now two years later, the organization behind the show, “Spring into Art”, is ready to get back into the swing of things.

By Connor Dziawura Pasadena Weekly Staff Writer When the San Marino League’s sixth biennial juried fine art exhibition and sale was canceled in 2020 amid the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, its artists were put on hold. Now two years later, the organization behind the show — dubbed “Spr...

A Los Angeles painter got a jump on the pandemic in a rather unexpected way.
03/06/2022
Pasadena artist showcases work from four years of isolation - Pasadena Weekly

A Los Angeles painter got a jump on the pandemic in a rather unexpected way.

By Bridgette M. Redman Pasadena Weekly Contributing Writer ALos Angeles painter got a jump on the pandemic in a rather unexpected way. Walter Erra Hubert has been painting and showing his work in Italy, as he splits his time between there and his native Pasadena. “He was interested in how I was wo...

Curious women get a bad rap. Pasadena’s Lineage Performing Arts Center invites young audiences to partake in a different...
03/05/2022
Performers invite teens to celebrate their curiosity and creativity - Pasadena Weekly

Curious women get a bad rap. Pasadena’s Lineage Performing Arts Center invites young audiences to partake in a different perspective on curiosity.

By Bridgette M. Redman Pasadena Weekly Contributing Writer Curious women get a bad rap. Whether it was Eve wanting knowledge, Pandora opening that cursed box or Alice going where everyone told her she shouldn’t, the world has had a habit of blaming its ills on women who want to know its secrets. P...

The Pasadena Community Foundation received $10 million from the Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation to establish a sc...
03/04/2022
Scholarship for transitioning foster youth is more than just money - Pasadena Weekly

The Pasadena Community Foundation received $10 million from the Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation to establish a scholarship program to help remove the typical obstacles encountered by transition-age foster youth as they pursue their education.

By Allison Brown Pasadena Weekly Staff Writer The Pasadena Community Foundation received $10 million from the Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation to establish a scholarship program to help remove the typical obstacles encountered by transition-age foster youth as they pursue their education. “W...

At a time when the entire world seemed to come to a halt, the pandemic inspired people everywhere to rearrange the hiera...
03/03/2022
George Ko finds solace as a professional pianist - Pasadena Weekly

At a time when the entire world seemed to come to a halt, the pandemic inspired people everywhere to rearrange the hierarchy of needs used to assess what truly matters to them.

By Luke Netzley Pasadena Weekly Deputy Editor At a time when the entire world seemed to come to a halt, the pandemic inspired people everywhere to rearrange the hierarchy of needs used to assess what truly matters to them. Pasadena resident George Ko is no different. He found himself standing at the...

Pasadena’s performing arts organizations are gearing up for their spring performances with a mix of caution and optimism...
03/02/2022
Pasadena brims over with arts in the spring - Pasadena Weekly

Pasadena’s performing arts organizations are gearing up for their spring performances with a mix of caution and optimism.

By Bridgette M. Redman Pasadena Weekly Contributing Writer Pasadena’s performing arts organizations are gearing up for their spring performances with a mix of caution and optimism. After two years of shows on hold or delayed, arts organizations are tentatively offering seasons, some with smaller c...

The stories of California’s retired neon signs have inspired a site-specific, immersive dance concert, “In Liquid Light,...
03/01/2022
Collective brings modern dance to Museum of Neon Art - Pasadena Weekly

The stories of California’s retired neon signs have inspired a site-specific, immersive dance concert, “In Liquid Light,” set for that will be performed Thursday, March 3, to Sunday, March 6, at the Museum of Neon Art in Glendale.

By Bridgette M. Redman Pasadena Weekly Contributing Writer Neon lights have stories to tell, stories that can be simultaneously physical and historic. The stories of California’s retired neon signs have inspired a site-specific, immersive dance concert, “In Liquid Light,” set for that will be ...

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Less than 24 hours until our sold out “Listening to the Future” concert is here! Comment below if you will be joining us. ❤️ 🎶 Pasadena Weekly #PasadenaChorale #LTTF #Pasadena
Come see the show that made the front page of Pasadena Weekly! Curiosity Tales returns to Lineage Sunday at 4pm. Tickets at www.lineagepac.org
Pasadena Weekly: The Tall Men Group will honor late bandmate Jimmy "Muffin" Yessian, who died of cancer in September, with a two-set tribute show Sunday, March 13, at the Coffee Gallery Backstage in Altadena.
Thanks to Pasadena Weekly for a wonderful interview with PCF’s program staff, who are developing our Petersen Scholar Program — a scholarship program for local transitional age foster youth.
Curiosity Tales got a lovely write up in Pasadena Weekly this week! Tickets on sale at our website!
Pasadena Weekly: Festive Mardi Gras hits the 'Denas! Happening today at Coffee Gallery Backstage at 3 PM! Read more: https://pasadenaweekly.com/festive-mardi-gras-hits-the-denas/
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Laemmle Playhouse 7 film reviewed by Pasadena Weekly
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DID YOU KNOW... Snyder Diamond, Pasadena, was featured in the 1991 hit movie 'Father of The Bride'? Yep, we made our big-screen debut in this pretty-damn hysterical Steve Martin / Martin Short / Diane Keaton comedy. Wishing everyone a festive holiday weekend! Article: Pasadena Weekly Writer: Jared Cowan