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Metropolis Urged To Take Motion To Scale back Domestically Generated Greenhouse Gasoline Emissions – Pasadena Now

The League of Girls’s Voters of Pasadena is asking on town to declare a local weather emergency and take motion to scale back domestically generated greenhouse fuel (GHG) emissions in response to the nation’s present local weather disaster. In the course of the Environmental Advisory Fee assembly final Tuesday, October...
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Bulldogs Defeated by Pasadena, 42-26

First published in the Oct. 9 print issue of the Burbank Leader. It was the second Pacific League game for both a pair of Bulldogs football teams — those from Burbank High and Pasadena. The hosts from BHS were looking to pick up their first league win, and the visitors...
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Sunny and Windy Weather Will Keep Fire Officials Wary Monday

A wind advisory has been issued from 1 p.m. Monday afternoon to 6 a.m. Tuesday as a low-pressure front brings gusty north winds and cooler weather in the low 70’s across the area through tonight, Nation Weather Service forecasters said. The combination of winds and low humidities will bring elevated...
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Rio Hondo Sends Men's Soccer To SCC-Opening Defeat

Just three minutes into the second half, the Pasadena City College men's soccer team thought it was about to take a 2-1 lead over state No. 14-ranked Rio Hondo College in the South Coast Conference opener. Asher Smith got past the Roadrunners goalie and footed a shot that at first seemed like was going into a wide open net. But Rio Hondo defender Sebastain Jose Bibian amazingly got his right foot out in time to deflect ball from mid-air and out of harm's way.

Talbott Electric to Close Century-Old Hardware Store in Pasadena

Family-owned local business Talbott Electric will close down its hardware store after nearly a century of providing electrical service and repair work to Pasadenans. Kirk Talbott, President of Talbott Electric told Pasadena Now the firm decided to close down the retail store due to high costs of operations. “Unfortunately it’s...
Pasadena Star-News

Pasadena football crushes Crescenta Valley in Pacific League opener

PASADENA >> The Pasadena football team has found itself in a rare position this season as the favorite to win the Pacific League. The Bulldogs are not only ready to embrace that but to exceed expectations. They put the rest of the league on notice with a 46-0 thrashing of Crescenta Valley on Thursday night in the league opener.

Biography and Memoir: How Octavia E. Butler Wrote

As acclaimed science fiction writer and Pasadena native Octavia E. Butler’s work experiences a resurgence in popularity, Lynell George collects the ephemera of Butler’s life, piecing it together visually on the page to study and reveal the process by which Butler fashioned herself and her fiction. A Handful of Earth, A Handful of Sky serves as both a biography of Butler and a how-to guide to understanding and emulating her creative process.

Pasadena celebrates group that has elevated Latinos for 40 years, provided hundreds of scholarships

PASADENA, Calif. (KABC) — Pasadena’s longest-running Latina non-profit organization has been forced to shut down after 40 years due to a drop in recruitment. Several generations of women came together with their families one last time this week. The women were a part of the Community Organization of Pasadena for Advancement, or COPA for short.