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City of Pasadena Launches Expedited Permits to Reopen Restaurants and Retail

The City of Pasadena has launched an expedited permit and plan-check process to reopen dining and retail establishments to comply with COVID-19 protocols. As the City businesses reopen, social distancing … Continue reading

June 5, 2020

Protests Move Positive Agenda Along as the World Mourns George Floyd

News Coverage by HARRIET KAPLAN George Floyd was memorialized in Minnesota by family, friends and admirers as the world protested for changes to laws that discriminate against African-Americans. Putting an … Continue reading

June 5, 2020

Mayor Garcetti Encourages Walking, Running and Biking with ‘Slow Streets’

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that Slow Streets L.A. — his initiative to temporarily calm traffic on some neighborhood streets to create space for Angelenos to walk, run, and bike — will launch … Continue reading

May 23, 2020

Los Angeles County Supervisors Review COVID Protections

By CITY NEWS SERVICE With roughly 45 percent of Los Angeles County’s coronavirus deaths occurring in institutional settings like nursing homes, county supervisors are reviewing proposals aimed at strengthening protections … Continue reading

April 28, 2020

Report: Small Business Administration Loans Secured by Billion-Dollar Corporations

Buzzfeed: Loans Intended for Small Restaurants and Retailers Going to Wall Street Companies Edited by JOHN DALY Big business corporations are taking the Small Business Administration loans intended to help … Continue reading

April 21, 2020

California Governor Gavin Newsom Talks Multi-Phase Plan on COVID-19

By DONNA BALANCIA California Gov. Gavin Newsom talked multiple phases towards recovery and unification to fight COVID-19 on Monday during his briefing. He said the State would enlist the Sleep … Continue reading

April 6, 2020

Santa Monica Pier to Close as of Monday March 16 for Preventative Measures

Tonight, the City of Santa Monica will issue an executive order under emergency powers to temporarily close Santa Monica Pier to the public as of Monday, March 16.  The Santa … Continue reading

March 16, 2020

The ‘School-to-Prison’ Pipeline in Pasadena Can Be Broken If Everyone in the Classroom Can Work Together, Says Teacher Trainer

By DONNA BALANCIA There is a crisis with middle school kids failing at math, which leads to a “public school-to-prison pipeline,” but Lybroan James has a formula for a solution. … Continue reading

February 1, 2020

Urban Homestead Family Shows The Work Behind a Green Pasadena Lifestyle

By DONNA BALANCIA Living off the land may be a dream for many, but the work could be a new reality for Pasadenans considering a green lifestyle. Urban homesteaders Anais … Continue reading

January 31, 2020

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