Free Community Yoga Every Wednesday

Wednesday, September 10, 2014 to Friday, December 30, 2016 Presented by: Patagonia Patagonia hosts free community yoga every Wednesday night! Classes are led by our certified Yoga instructors and caters to all different levels of practice. Every Wednesday night from 7:15 – 8:15pm unless otherwise noted. No reservation required, but space is limited so please […]

Concerts in the Park: Susie Hansen Latin Jazz Band

The Pasadena Senior Center hosts its Concerts in the Park series Tuesday evenings between July 5-September 6. Spend an hour at the Levitt Pavilion band shell listening to music from around the world. Bring your own lawn chair and picnic or purchase dinner and beverages at the Park. Tuesday, August 2: Susie Hansen Latin Jazz […]

South Pasadena Arts Crawl

Mark your calendars for the Summer Arts Crawl, scheduled for Saturday, July 16, 2016! This very popular “Neighborhood-Night-On-The-Town” will feature something for everyone! Shops and boutiques will be open late with special exhibits, trunk shows, open houses and sales! Stop in at the local restaurants and cafes for a snack or dinner. There will be […]

Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour

Saturday, July 11, 2009 to Saturday, December 31, 2016 Presented by: Melting Pot Food Tours Experience the history, architecture and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours! Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all […]

The Eclectic Rocks

The Eclectic features a diverse musical line up – over 30 acts performing on multiple stages around town.  There’s an Art Walk featuring open galleries, studios and hosted events. Numerous intimate venues appear throughout the city, plus outdoor installations, food trucks and a beer and wine garden. The festival is family friendly and free to attend.  Dubbed “The […]

City of South Pasadena Receives Grade of A+ from Los Angeles Conservancy

City of South Pasadena named Runner Up and Reader’s Pick in the “Best Cosmopolitan Suburb” category ofSunset Magazine’s Best Places to Live & Work in the West competition City of South Pasadena reaches Gold-level status through Southern California Edison and San Gabriel Valley Energy Wise Partnership City of South Pasadena named a “Walker’s Paradise” by […]

Award-Winning Filmmaker Ken Burns Selected TOR Grand Marshal

Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns, who has directed and produced some of the most admired documentaries about the history of the United States, was announced today as the 2016 Tournament of Roses Grand Marshal. Throughout his almost 40-year career making documentary films, Burns, age 62, has been honored with countless awards, including 14 Emmy® Awards, two […]

Election 2015: South Pasadena voters supporting library tax

South Pasadena voters strongly supported the extension of a special tax for the city’s library, according to early results. As the results came in, more than 75 percent of voters approved of Measure L, which renews and increases an existing five-year tax that supports the local library. The tax requires a two-third vote to pass. […]

2015 Fall Arts Crawl

Many came to the Fall Arts Crawl, a popular “Neighborhood-Night-On-The-Town” event last Saturday night featuring something for everyone. Shops and boutiques remained open late with special exhibits, trunk shows, open houses and sales. Community members were encouraged to stop in at local restaurants and cafes for a snack or dinner, or grab a bite from […]

Parson’s Nose Theater Announces 2015–16 Season

SOUTH PASADENA, CALIF.: Artistic director Lance Davis has announced Parson’s Nose Theater’snext season, its 16th. Along with condensed adaptations of classic novels, the theatre will be presenting plays by Molière and Shaw. “This year, we’re talking about the power of family, the power of belief,” said Davis in a statement. “Belief in religion, belief in money, belief in […]