Author: Andre Coleman

Sinkhole de Mayo

Separate incidents at the Rose Bowl’s Cinco de Mayo festival — one of them involving a carnival ride sliding into a sinkhole and another alleged negligence — could end up costing the city some money. According to a claim filed...

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Blessings all around

Los Angeles Archbishop Cardinal Roger Mahony and Auxiliary Bishop Gabino Zavala will preside over the dedication of a new parish hall at 4:15 p.m. Sunday at St. Philip the Apostle Church in Pasadena. The new 11,000 square-foot...

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So much for new ideas

Democrats may have taken the House of Representatives and, as of press time, appeared poised to control the Senate. But here in Greater Pasadena, there were fewer Election Day surprises. Incumbent Democratic Congressman Adam...

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‘A salty group’

Organizers of Pasadena’s Doo Dah Parade, a spoof on the Rose Parade that is traditionally held on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, have crowned the Pasadena Board of Education with their Thorny Rose award. “They were...

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Political muscle

Homeowner associations typically tend not to make headlines. Not the West Pasadena Residents Association. This group, which represents homeowners in one of the world’s most affluent neighborhoods, boasts some of the most...

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