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Woman’s Stolen Car Contained 10 Years Of Research On Biological Parents Who Gave Her Up At Birth

A woman whose car was stolen last Thursday outside of a Mattress Firm location in Pasadena not only lost her vehicle, but 10 years worth of documents, letters and photographs of her biological parents who gave her up for adoption at birth.

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Heliogen’s ‘Sunlight Refinery’ Captures Carbon-Free Thermal Energy

Serial entrepreneur and Heliogen CEO Bill Gross calls it the Sunlight Refinery. In the fall of 2019, the Pasadena startup unveiled a Lancaster facility designed to capture carbon-free thermal energy at over 1,000 degrees Celsius using a cluster of mir…

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The Real Deal Los Angeles

Waterford Property pays $335M for 2 Pasadena rental complexes

Waterford Property Company has been on a multifamily buying binge, and has partnered up with the California Statewide Communities Development Authority on several purchases this year. For its latest acquisition, Waterford paid a combined $335 million for two Pasadena apartment complexes, which will both be converted into middle-income housing through a program meant to address the state’s unaffordability crisis. The Waterford venture paid $237 million for a 340-unit complex at 231 S. De Lacey Avenue … [more]

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Tournament Of Roses Foundation And LA County Sheriff’s Department Host Drive-Thru Food Giveaway In Pasadena

The LA County Sheriff’s Department and the Tournament of Roses Foundation teamed up Saturday for a drive-thru food giveaway. 

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Mount Wilson Observatory To Reopen To Public On June 15

Mount Wilson Observatory announced Thursday it will reopen to the public on Tuesday, June 15.

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Investigators: Fire That Destroyed Pasadena Home, 6 Cars Started By Fireworks

The Pasadena Fire Department Wednesday warned people on social media of the danger posed by illegal fireworks.

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NFTs for High School Athletes? BallerTV’s New Plan Pushes the Conversation

Sports fans and politicians have debated whether college athletes should be able to make money from their fame for years. Less commonly debated, however, is whether high school athletes should be able to do the same.On Tuesday, Pasadena-based youth sp…

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1 in custody after wild motorcycle pursuit through San Gabriel Valley in which rider stopped for gas

A motorcyclist who authorities say was wanted for speeding, reckless driving and possible DUI was apparently taken into custody in Pasadena Monday following a wild pursuit through the San Gabriel Valley that included a stop for gas. The motorcycle rider — who could be seen wearing a jacket or sweatshirt that read, “I Don’t Stop […]

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Latest medical office complex planned in Pasadena

Developers filed plans for a 100,000-square-foot medical office complex near Pasadena’s Huntington Memorial Hospital. It is among a handful of similar projects in the works around the hospital campus. The development would rise at 590 Fair Oak Avenue, according to Urbanize. The applicants are two limited liability companies managed by La Canada-based investor Mohammed J. Islam, according to the report. Architecture firm Smith Group is designing the property, and presented the plans to the Pasadena … [more]

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1940 Rose Queen Margaret Huntley Main Dons Her Crown Again For 100th Birthday

Bob Miller, the 2022 Tournament of Roses president, surprised Main with 100 roses, a birthday cake, and her 1940 crown, which was borrowed from the archives for her to wear during the Zoom birthday party.