Please bring at least 2 dozen (quality pre-packaged are fine) cookies to the Woman’s Club in South Pasadena. Sugar-free cookies are always needed. The address for the cookies is 1424 Fremont Avenue in South Pasadena.
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Westfield Santa Anita, the premier shopping center in the San Gabriel Valley, and the Chinese American Museum unveiled a unique pop-up exhibit today showcasing the history of Chinese Americans in California. The exhibit, titled “Community on the Move: Chinese Americans in California (1869-1965),” is curated by the Chinese American Museum, a learning institution dedicated to researching, preserving and sharing the stories, experiences and contributions of Chinese Americans in the United States. Located on The Promenade at Westfield Santa Anita from May 18, 2013 to May 31, 2013, the interactive exhibit explores Chinese Americans’ struggles and successes throughout history that shaped the community’s growth.
Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich released the following statement on the death of former State Senator Newt Russell:...Read More
A man was shot to death by police today inside the Alhambra police station, authorities said....Read More
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More than 200 caring members of the community spent Sunday afternoon, April 28, sipping wine while simultaneously raising much needed funds to help care for and brighten the lives of youngsters – many of whom have endured unimaginable trauma – who live at Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services’ El Nido campus in Altadena. (Hathaway-Sycamores is one of Los Angeles County’s largest, nonprofit, private providers of children’s mental-health services, delivering a comprehensive continuum of services to more than 9,000 children and families annually.)
We have reports of a bear sighting near the streets of Pepper and Midlothian….
The smell of trash drives hungry bears further into towns and the prospect of cool pools and hot tubs brings them down the hill looking for relief from heat and a water source. In light of the growing number of bear sightings over the years, the California Department of Fish and Game has issued the following advice about living in bear country… and we do in Altadena:
Have a “wheelie” good time with family and friends during the entire month of May discovering the joys and excitement—plus the health and environmental benefits—of riding a bicycle, especially with all of the free, fun activities during Pasadena’s Bike Week May 13-18.
Late this afternoon, the San Gabriel City Council voted to reject the challenge filed by resident Fred Paine, and seat Mr. Chin Ho Liao as a member of the Council.