• Local fine artist Sam Nicholson is donating 25 percent of any of his paintings purchased by supporters of the Pasadena-headquartered non-profit Hillsides.

    NEW TOCKERS: National Charity League Ticktockers from the Class of 2016 gathered to hear advice from Life Coach Jess Berger about surviving the stresses of the junior year of high school. SATs, APs, GPAs – OH MY! PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are FRONT ROW: Sara Collins, Olivia Harrigian, Grace Wallis, Erica Wei, Annelie Dahlstein, Jessica Cameron and Fiona Harrigian. TOP ROW: Natalie Hoens, Bailey Halkett, Carlin Koch, Devon Jack, Erin McCloskey, Shannon Hittner, Life Coach and speaker Jess Berger, Elizabeth Lahey, Caroline Bescoby and Gwyneth Hochhausler.

     

    A former mental health therapist at a Pasadena-based child welfare organization will receive $8 million in a settlement of her lawsuit against her ex-employer, in which she alleged she was discriminated against and fired after she developed breast cancer, a courtroom clerk said today.

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    San Marino’s Angela Liu returned from her second trip to China in as many years recently and shared with The Tribune some of the highlights of her journey.

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    The Hillsides Guild, a volunteer arm of Hillsides, recently gathered at a private club in Pasadena for a well-attended annual meeting and board installation luncheon.

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    Sabrina and Craig and Honey Whiskey Trio will bring fine singing to Caltech on Saturday, June 28 at 8 p.m. Performance takes place at the Beckman Institute Auditorium on the Caltech campus at 400 S. Wilson Avenue in Pasadena.

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    Marie Crowley, for more than fifty years a resident of San Marino, passed away Wednesday evening. Mrs. Crowley was preceded in death by her husband Paul, a former San Marino mayor and city councilman; and her daughter Claire.

    One of Pasadena’s most cherished institutions is turning 30 this year, and the public is invited to share in the celebration … and the good work.

    Family is a consistent theme at all Rotary events, never more so than the San Marino club’s recent Paul Harris Luncheon at San Gabriel Country Club, where Marilyn Peck and Ivy Sun became the 63rd and 64th community members acknowledged for ‘Service Above Self.’

    Are you looking for a fun way to get involved more with the San Marino Community, hang out with your buddies and make new friends playing a game you enjoy? Or maybe just blowing off some steam with families cheering on the sideline? Look no more!

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    Local fine artist Sam Nicholson is donating 25 percent of any of his paintings purchased by supporters of the Pasadena-headquartered non-profit Hillsides....
     
     
     
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