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  1. Good AttitudeRead the original story

    Thursday | Pasadena Weekly

    Pasadena's One Colorado swings into fall with a roster of free live music every Saturday night in October. Saturday, it's singer-songwriter Andrew Allen.

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  2. A Band of BrothersRead the original story

    Thursday | Pasadena Weekly

    Saturday night you can catch a true band of brothers as popular local act the Delgado Brothers fires up redwhite+bluezz. This version of the band has been serving up some of LA's best Latin blues for 30 years, driven by a fiercely independent attitude and unified by a sense of family.

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  3. El Sabor de South PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Pasadena Weekly

    We finally made it on a mid-September Sunday, when the temperature at 6:30 was a balmy 97. We found a parking spot and, luckily, didn't melt during the short walk to the restaurant, which now occupies the space on the southwest corner of Mission Street and Diamond Avenue. The four of us are great fans of the owners' other restaurant Radhika, a block further west on the north side of Mission.

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  4. Common RootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Pasadena Weekly

    The 16th annual Latino Heritage Parade and Jamaica will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in Northwest Pasadena. World Boxing Council Champion Mia St. John will serve as this year's Grand Marshal.

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  5. Life or DeathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Pasadena Weekly

    A man accused of stabbing to death a popular Pasadena chef and his wife could face the death penalty if convicted. Jacob Bersson has been charged with two counts of murder with special circumstances of using a dangerous and deadly weapon in the deaths of Larry Bressler, 50, and his wife Denise, 64. Larry Bressler was the director of operations at the Chef's Center of California, a commercial kitchen rental space on San Gabriel Boulevard, just north of Colorado Boulevard.

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  6. Holy Latino Exclusion, BatmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Pasadena Weekly

    Imagine if Batman really were a resident of Pasadena. If the Caped Crusader's alter ego, industrialist Bruce Wayne, really existed, would he care about what was happening with his tax dollars? Would he and the Boy Wonder, Bruce's faithful ward Dick Grayson, be involved in exposing political shenanigans at City Hall? Given the Dynamic Duo's already heavy crime-fighting workload, and the fact that local officeholders like to keep many controversial issues close to the vest, that might be easier said than done.

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  7. Dance' of DivorceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Pasadena Weekly

    Divorce is a sad fact of modern life, with an estimated half of American marriages falling apart. But the latest play at Pasadena's A Noise Within theater, "The Dance of Death," still manages to find plenty of wicked laughs in the story of a seemingly perfect couple secretly tearing each other apart.

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  8. 8 DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Pasadena Weekly

    Community organization El Centro de Accin Social hosts a gala fundraiser honoring Pasadena Fire Chief Calvin E. Wells, PCC Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Dr. Cynthia Olivo and Flintridge Center Director of Community Organizing Brian Biery at 6 p.m. at Brookside Golf Club, 1133 Rosemont Ave., Pasadena. Tickets are $175.

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  9. Family BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Pasadena Weekly

    Then, two years ago, she decided to take a chance on herself. Baird produced, co-wrote and starred in the resulting feature film, "Life Inside-Out," which opens Friday at the Laemmle Playhouse 7 in Pasadena.

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  10. Thanks, But No TanksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Pasadena Weekly

    Although it has no plans to get rid of one it already has, Pasadena police will return another armored vehicle, one that is designed to withstand explosive devices and ambushes. "The Fire and Police chiefs and I are in agreement that the MRAP [Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected] vehicle that was received by the city from the US military will be returned," City manager Michael Beck wrote in an email to the Pasadena Weekly.

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  11. The Rev. Charles 'Buddy' Bereal 1946-2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Pasadena Weekly

    The Rev. Charles "Buddy" Bereal, a former professional boxer and coach who became a minister and served as a president of the local NAACP branch, was remembered as an activist who fought - once literally - to create opportunities at City Hall for Pasadena's minority communities.

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  12. Right Hand MenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Pasadena Weekly

    The Pasadena Folk Music Society at Caltech hosts a night of bluegrass and original songs with Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands Saturday. The popular act has been enthusiastically received at Caltech before.

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  13. 8 DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Pasadena Weekly

    As part of the National Mayor's Campaign to End Bullying, Mayor Bill Bogaard introduces the film "Bully" and Pasadena Unified School District Director of Child Welfare, Attendance and Safety Eric Sahakian discusses cyberbullying starting at 7 p.m. at Pasadena Public Library, Hastings Branch, 3325 E. Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena. Call 744-7262 or visit pasadenapubliclibrary.net.

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  14. Local Chef and Wife MurderedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Pasadena Weekly

    A local man arrested on suspicion of stabbing to death a prominent chef and his wife is not cooperating with detectives, authorities said Tuesday. On Monday, police arrested Pasadena resident Jacob Mallory Bersson, 29, after responding to an emergency call from his cousin, Larry Bressler, 50, who told a 911 dispatcher shortly before 6:30 a.m. that he and his wife, Denise Bressler, 64, had been stabbed by Bersson.

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  15. Homegrown FunRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Pasadena Weekly

    You're name doesn't have to be Alexander to have a bad day in Pasadena, but if you're really from Pasadena, Disney's "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" offers a day-brightening element of fun in identifying all the local places that were used in the film. Based on Judith Viorst's 1972 children's book of the same name, the movie focuses on Alexander Cooper, an 11-year-old boy who often has bad days, something that never seems to happen to his older brother Anthony or his sister Emily .

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  16. Happy Days is Here AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Pasadena Weekly

    In Beckett's post-apocalyptic worldview, this is comedy. First performed in 1961 at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York's Greenwich Village, it is as fresh and revealing now as it was then, says Jessica Kubzansky, Boston Court's co-artistic director.

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  17. Tasty TunesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Pasadena Weekly

    Enticing aromas will be wafting from South Lake Avenue when the Taste of South Lake festival gets rolling this Saturday, with culinary offerings from more than 25 restaurants plus live cooking demos from chefs Nathan Lyon, Evan Kleiman, Luisa Fabbri and Kira White. Something else will be floating in the air too, something that's too rarely heard in that part of town: live music.

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  18. To the Mall and BeyondRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Pasadena Weekly

    Back in the 1970s and '80s, the local mall was not only the place to see and be seen, but also where most people could find almost anything they needed. Today, much has changed.

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  19. Gnarly, Radical, Tubular, AwesomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Pasadena Weekly

    We may have traded in our Walkmans for iPods, but boom boxes still survive. Video stores have been replaced by Netflix and Amazon, but computers are no longer a luxury; they are a necessity.

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  20. Back To The FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Pasadena Weekly

    The '80s were a time when men had to wear their sunglasses at night, along with pastel suits and three-day stubble to look like Don Johnson on "Miami Vice." Women wore spandex leggings instead and aerobicized to Jane Fonda or Richard Simmons to tone up for a night on the town.

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