The Pasadena Fire Department advised fans attending Wednesday’s Rose Bowl Game to drink plenty of water or electrolyte beverages to avoid becoming dehydrated from the unusual heat.
Pasadena Poly vs. La Salle High School
La Canada Tournament, Pool Play
There’s a new book out about the Second World War, called Surviving a Japanese Internment Camp: Life and Liberation at Santo Tomas, Manila in World War II by Rupert Wilkinson. There are interesting aspects of the book for me on a number of levels; but one element of the work that stands out is its proximity to all of us here in San Marino....Read More
Most passengers and some crew from a scientific expedition ship stranded off Antarctica will be evacuated by helicopter to a Chinese icebreaker if weather conditions improve, Russia said Monday....Read More
China on Monday announced the results of a long-awaited debt audit, revealing that liabilities carried by local governments ballooned to 17.9 trillion yuan ($2.95 trillion) as of the end of June....Read More
US retailer Target said Friday that hackers obtained “strongly encrypted” data in a recent security breach, but that customer debit cards do not appear to have been compromised....Read More
The United States on Thursday criticized Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for a war shrine visit that infuriated Japan’s neighbors, in a rare break to usually unstinting US support to its ally.
Christmas in the Southland included the region’s top spiritual leader and its top lawman attending Mass among about 150 county inmates and offshore winds pumping up temperatures to summer-like highs.
You Only Live Once! It’s back with a winter time swing, so come down and join some
of the Arcadia Recreation Department’s staff for an evening of fun at the Dana Middle School
Gym, 1401 S. First Avenue in Arcadia, from 5-10pm.
Local attorney and President of Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association R. Scott Jenkins has been elected to the Board of Directors of Huntington Memorial Hospital, effective January 1, 2014.