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Pasadena Showcase – It’s a Wonderful House
Arts & Entertainment

Pasadena Showcase – It’s a Wonderful House

  By Susan Motander Every year the members of the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts host a party to reveal that year’s house in its “before” condition. The celebration also introduces that year’s designers and the concepts for their designated areas. The “before” state of houses has varied greatly, from looking like construction sites…

Business Profile: Pasadena Sandwich Company
Business, Business Spotlight

Business Profile: Pasadena Sandwich Company

  Photos and Story by Emily G. Peters Like a slice of vintage New York, Pasadena Sandwich Company’s Fink family has been serving up old school-deli specialty sandwiches in the San Gabriel Valley for over 20 years. With a sandwich-making pedigree spanning three generations, this landmark shop has deep roots in LA cuisine. Inspired by…

Sharky’s Meal is the Real Deal
Dining Delights, Lifestyle

Sharky’s Meal is the Real Deal

  By Jason Yassine Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill  (841 Cordova St., Pasadena) is a healthy fast food chain that serves a variety of mouthwatering Mexican style dishes. In addition, they provide organic and wholesome ingredients to help make every dish taste fresh and flavorful. When walking through the main entrance of Sharky’s, the first thing you’ll…

Christmas 2016 and New Year’s 2017 Closures and Reminders
News

Christmas 2016 and New Year’s 2017 Closures and Reminders

  Due to Christmas Day and New Year’s Day both falling on a Sunday during the current Holiday Season, Pasadena City Hall and most City services will be closed on Monday, Dec. 26 in observance of Christmas Day and Monday, Jan. 2, 2017 in observance of New Year’s Day. Specific reminders, closures and exceptions are noted below. Remember, both…

This Week’s Events
Arts & Entertainment, calendar

This Week’s Events

EDITOR’S PICK   So Cal Women’s Health Conference and Expo (Dec. 16 @ 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Hilton Pasadena, 168 S. Los Robles Ave.) The So Cal Women’s Health Conference and Expo brings together more than 2,000 women, community-based health organizations, medical professionals, and beauty and wellness experts for a day of education, inspiration…

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New State Budget Costs Local Cities

The state has finally come to an agreement and now has a balanced budget. But to what cost to the cities in San Gabriel Valley? California will be taking 2 billion from cities and counties through property tax revenues, plus $1.7 billion from local redevelopment agencies by suspending Prop 1A. Prop 1A was passed in…

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