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A Labor of Love

Survey says … Readers just adore the Pasadena Weekly

Categories: Top Story , Opinion Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 05/21/2015
Tickets to Trouble

Homeowner claims a conflict exists for officials who received free tickets to events they approved for the Rose Bowl

Categories: News Briefs Author: André Coleman , Kevin Uhrich Date: 05/14/2015
Starting Over

Local firefighters join the effort to help quake-battered Nepal recover

Categories: Web Exclusives Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 04/30/2015
Defenders of the Mountain

‘Protectors’ stand their ground on Mauna Kea and in Pasadena to stop construction of Caltech and company’s Thirty Meter Telescope

Categories: Feature Stories , Top Story Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 04/23/2015
Who's in Charge?

Audit calls for major reforms after showing how Pasadena police officers were ‘allowed to operate extremely close to the line of legality with little or no visible oversight from supervisors’

Categories: Top Story , News Author: André Coleman , Kevin Uhrich Date: 04/23/2015
Policy Be Damned

Appeal quotes OIR report stating officers who killed Kendrec McDade ‘repeatedly made tactical decisions that were not congruent with principles of officer safety’

Categories: Top Story , News Author: André Coleman , Kevin Uhrich Date: 04/02/2015
Decisions, Decisions

Vote for Robinson for mayor, Wells for council, and Boulghourjian, Cahalan and Torres for school board

Categories: Top Story , Opinion Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 03/05/2015
Power Plays

Elections for mayor, City Council and school board will shape Pasadena politics for years to come

Categories: Feature Stories , Top Story Author: André Coleman , Kevin Uhrich Date: 02/26/2015
Crisis of Confidence

Embattled city manager tries to restore faith in City Hall after massive embezzlement

Categories: Top Story , News Author: André Coleman , Kevin Uhrich Date: 02/12/2015
Imagine Love

Yoko Ono talks about the art of John Lennon on the eve of his Valentine’s Day ‘All You Need is Love’ exhibition in Pasadena

Categories: Arts Features , Top Story Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 02/12/2015
Call it What It Is

Some oppose Schiff’s plan to introduce ‘narrowly tailored’ legislation for war against ISIL

Categories: News Briefs Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 02/05/2015
Happy Birthday, Thomas Paine

Thomas Paine Society hosts debate on democracy Saturday at Pasadena’s Castle Green

Categories: Arts Features , Top Story Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 01/29/2015
'Behind Every Mailbox'

The reporter who broke America’s original domestic spying scandal and activists who raided an FBI office to obtain the proof teach ‘Lessons in Courage and Resistance’ at All Saints, Caltech, GCC and Occidental

Categories: Feature Stories , Top Story Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 01/22/2015
Êtes-Vous Charlie?

More than his absence at the Charlie Hebdo rally makes Obama an enemy of free speech

Categories: Top Story , Opinion Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 01/15/2015
Throw us a Bone

Like the Joan Williams story, news agencies often forget to mention they read it here first

Categories: Web Exclusives Author: Kevin Uhrich Date: 12/31/2014