Shhh, don’t tell anyone, but Pasadena is onto something. While other municipalities are courting so-called high-paying jobs in the manufacturing sector, Pasadena officials seemed to have identified another source for economic recovery: juice. Apparently, the humble blend of fruits, vegetables, coconut milk and tiny, tiny chia seeds that get stuck in your teeth has become an economic engine in our little corner of the San Gabriel Valley.
Cynthia Harvey, accomplished designer, inspiring teacher and student advisor at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, has been creating fashion-forward clothing since she was a little girl. And now, thanks to Harvey’s dedication and passion for creative exploration, Pasadena bears a local business – The Sewing Studio, a small establishment catering to the novice seamstress and advanced sewing students.
So when I was a little kid, we lived right next door to the Coliseum; could've walked to the University of Southern California campus...with maybe some body guards, Mr. T, or a police escort (Hey! We moved when I was onl ... read more
Bluebeam is not your standardized software company. Aside from its award-winning CAD to PDF creation technology for aerospace engineers, Bluebeam is known for developing some of the most innovative, easy-to-use software, ... read more
Chef Bruce Kalman and the talented crew of Union, the 50-seat restaurant and bar featuring a seasonally Californian interpretation of Northern Italian cuisine, is hosting a Feast of Seven Fishes dinner. An original Itali ... read more