Thousands are expected to attend the Taste of South Lake on Saturday, Oct. 14. Guests can enjoy cuisine from more than 20 of Pasadena’s South Lake Avenue restaurants, cooking demonstrations from talented area chefs, musical performances from internationally known bands, an interactive vendor village, as well as beer, wine and a cocktail garden. Continue reading “Taste of South Lake on Oct. 14”
More than 50 exhibitors will be participating in the Pasadena Antiquarian Book, Print, Photo & Paper Fair and Antique Show & Sale, Oct. 7-8. The event will be held at the Pasadena Center, Exhibit Hall A. Continue reading “Pasadena Antique Show Oct. 7-8”
The fall term of the popular Masters Series at the Pasadena Senior Center is slated to begin on Tuesdays from Sept. 26 to Nov. 14, from 2-4 p.m.
The Masters Series, which embraces and promotes lifelong learning, is open to members of the Pasadena Senior Center. Non-members can try the series by attending their first lecture free of charge. Continue reading “National Politics, Arts to Headline Masters Series Topics”
San Marino High School varsity football coach Mike Hobbie wasn’t satisfied with his team’s performance despite building a five-point lead at the half against visiting Calabasas Viewpoint last Friday, and gathered his players in the locker room to ask a simple question.
“He came in very calm, which we weren’t expecting,” said senior quarterback Blake Cabot. “He asked, ‘Do you want to win?’ We said yes, and he told us that if we wanted to win, we need to [execute the game plan] or else we’d lose. I think that motivated all of us. We’re not losing this game, and we got our act together.”
The motivated Titans responded with a dominant second half, running away with a 41-12 victory over the Patriots in a nonleague contest. Continue reading “San Marino Downs Viewpoint, Extends Win Streak”
The La Salle High School varsity football team’s overall record is back at .500 after defeating host John Muir High, 21-20, in a nonleague nail-biter last Friday.
Riding high off of stellar performances from freshman quarterback C.J. Montes, La Salle’s offense was firing on all cylinders. The young standout threw three touchdowns and finished just shy of 200 yards passing to help the Lancers improve to 2-2 on the season.
“[Montes] is special,” said LSHS head coach Russell Gordon. “He’s smart [and] he’s a great student. I believe everything starts in the classroom, and then it comes out to the field. He represents our school very, very proudly.” Continue reading “La Salle Hangs On to Defeat Muir, 21-20”
A pair of consultants encouraged the city of La Cañada Flintridge to pressure Southern California Edison to focus on improving the worst five of their 24 citywide circuits — including one that SCE already is in the process of removing — in order to maintain reliable service.
SCE spokesman Adrian Garcia told the City Council at its meeting Tuesday that the agency is currently doing such monitoring, but that it would review the report compiled by independent consultant PMCM and “take those recommendations into account.” Continue reading “City Council Examines Pressuring SCE for More Upgrades”