Dec 6 2023
Hazardous Waste Disposal Events Near Pasadena December 2023 to January 2024

Pasadena will be hosting a LA County sponsored Hazardous Waste event at the Rose Bowl next June 1st (tentatively scheduled).

There is one in La Verne on December 16th and one in Rosemead on January 13th.

The permanent local Safe Center in Glendale is closed for a period of time for construction.


City of La Verne HHW Collection Event
Date: 12/16/2023
Time: 9:00 AM– 3:00 PM
Recurrence: None
Location: Brackett Field,, Fairplex Dr. and West McKinley Ave., , La Verne, 91750


City of Rosemead HHW Collection Event

Date:     1/13/2024

Time:     9:00 AM — 3:00 PM

Recurrence:       None

Location:              Southern California Edison Company,, Southwest corner of Walnut Grove Avenue and Klingerman Street,, Rosemead, 91770

Dec 4 2023
Pasadena E-Waste Shredding Event December 9, 2023 – Rose Bowl Brookside Park

   Electronic Waste Recycling

Brookside Park – Parking Lot I 360 N Arroyo Blvd , Pasadena , United States

PASADENA, Calif.— Residents can safely dispose of electronics at the City’s popular free e-waste event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 9. The event will be held in Parking Lot I outside the Rose Bowl Stadium near Brookside Park, 360 North Arroyo Blvd. To maintain safety, only cars may enter, no walk-ups.

E-waste items include computers, keyboards, printers, monitors, laptops, docking stations, scanners, shredders, fax machines, computer mice, telephones, televisions, flat screens, VCRs, DVD players, PDAs, cassette players, tape drives, stereos. Household batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, and LED light bulbs are also accepted. These items should never be disposed of in your trash or recycling containers.

Public Works is also helping residents prevent identity theft by providing free paper shredding during the event. The public can bring a maximum of three (3) legal-size boxes for shredding. Sensitive documents such as receipts, checks, pre-approved credit applications, credit card statements, outdated tax returns, pre-printed envelopes, return address labels and business cards are items that can be shredded.

Event participants will be required to show proof of Pasadena residency and the duration of the event is subject to truck capacity. The event is sponsored by the City’s Department of Public Works. For more information, call (626) 744-7311 or email

Come and recycle your obsolete electronics! Free on-site document shredding. Limit of 3 legal size boxes. Proof of Pasadena residency required.

Electronic Waste Recycling

December 9 @ 9:00 am3:00 pm

Come and recycle your obsolete electronics! Free on-site document shredding. Limit of 3 legal size boxes. Proof of Pasadena residency required.

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December 9
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Event Category:
E-Waste/Document Shredding


Brookside Park – Parking Lot I
360 N Arroyo Blvd
Pasadena , 91103 United States
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Department of Public Works
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Nov 22 2023
Washington Park Community Meeting and Arrest of Aaron Miguel Conell on Suspicion of Murdering LA Laker’s Michael Cooper Brother Mickey Cooper

Washington Park Community Meeting and Arrest of Aaron Miguel Conell on Suspicion of Murdering LA Laker’s Michael Cooper Brother Mickey Cooper

Tuesday, November 28

6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Santa Catalina Library

999 E Washington Blvd

You are invited to a community meeting to discuss recent incidents at Washington Park and to learn about steps the City will take to improve safety for all.

Update Homicide

On November 21, 2023, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office charged Aaron Miguel Conell with three separate cases:

  • Murder, November 18, 2023
  • Attempted Murder, October 29, 2023
  • Assault with a Semiautomatic Firearm, October 5, 2023


Bail was set at $4,025,000.

There are several more cases that he is suspected in that are being investigated.


Press Release

En Español

El 21 de noviembre de 2023, la Fiscalía del Condado de Los Ángeles acusó a Aaron Miguel Conell de tres casos distintos:


  • Asesinato, 18 de noviembre de 2023
  • Intento de asesinato, 29 de octubre de 2023
  • Asalto con Arma de Fuego Semiautomática, 5 de octubre de 2023


La fianza se fijó en 4.025.000 dólares.

Hay varios casos más en los que se sospecha que está involucrado y que están siendo investigados.

Nov 16 2023
Pasadena Parking Strategic Plan Thursday, November 16 6:15 to 8:00 p.m

Pasadena Parking Strategic Plan

Thursday, November 16

6:15 to 8:00 p.m.

Huntington Medical Research Institute

686 S. Fair Oaks Ave.


www.Zoom.US Meeting ID: 865 3863 8161 Passcode: 911427

A hybrid, in-person and virtual, Town Hall Community Meeting for the Pasadena

Parking Strategic Plan will happen this Thursday. To see the plan, and

for more information, visit

El Plan Estratégico de Estacionamiento de Pasadena ha sido finalizado y la Ciudad

está organizando varias reuniones públicas para presentarlo. La primera reunión

ha sido reprogramada para Jueves 16 de Noviembre en inglés.

Se llevarán a cabo reuniones adicionales, incluida una reunión en español.

Nov 16 2023
The 44th Pasadena Doo Dah Parade This Sunday
The 44th Pasadena Doo Dah Parade

This Sunday

(Pasadena, CA) November 16, 2023 – The Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade celebrates 44 years of irreverent frolicking in Old Pasadena on Sunday, November 19th, stepping off at 11:00am. Known as the twisted sister of the conventional Rose Parade, the Doo Dah Parade began as a grassroots event in 1978 to gain national attention for its eccentric and, often, irreverent satire.

The Doo Dah Parade, which moved to East Pasadena in 2010, is returning by popular demand to its roots in the historic Old Pasadena retail and entertainment district. This year’s event will be the largest in its history, showcasing over 90 entries of every description; including art cars, zany marchers, mutant vehicles, rockers, performance artists, political pundits, satirists, mad inventor floats, dancing troupes and disruptors of all shapes and sizes!

WHEN: The Parade steps off at 11:00am and runs till 1:00pm.

WHERE: The Parade starts at Raymond Avenue at Holly Street (85 E. Holly St., Pasadena, CA 91103), heads south on Raymond, turns west on Colorado Boulevard, ending at Pasadena Avenue. The parade staging area is in Memorial Park.

COST: As always, the event is free-of-charge to the public!

PARKING: Come early and bring a lawn chair. Plenty of street parking is available on side streets. Multiple public parking lots and garages are available within Old Pasadena. See website.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: The LA Metro’s “A” Line’s Memorial Park station brings you right to the parade formation area. Pasadena Transit bus lines come directly to the area. Consider bicycling or taking an Uber. Just leave your humdrum existence and get there!


Old Towne Pub, enter at 34 E. Holly St., with live music begins right after the parade with Blondonna, Lightning Dan & the Crawdads, and Soul Fuzz Family Band. $5 cover charge.

Oct 20 2023
Pasadena Reports Extremely Rare Case of Locally-Acquired Dengue
Pasadena Reports Extremely Rare Case of Locally-Acquired Dengue; Exposure Risk to Local Residents
Remains Very Low
PASADENA, Calif.— Pasadena Public Health Department (PPHD) reports a case of dengue in a Pasadena resident who did not travel outside the United States. This is the first confirmed case of dengue in California not associated with travel and is instead an extremely rare case of local transmission in the continental United States. The risk of exposure to dengue for residents is very low and standard precautions are effective at preventing all mosquito-borne illnesses, including dengue.
PPHD is conducting surveillance and field teams have visited a Pasadena neighborhood to offer information for preventing mosquito breeding around their homes and preventing bites. In addition, the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District has deployed traps to assess the mosquito population and, importantly, testing to date has not identified any Dengue infected mosquitos. Testing of mosquitos from additional traps will continue over the next few weeks. A person can be infected with the dengue virus from an infected Aedes mosquito. Although Pasadena is home to the Aedes mosquito, the disease is not established (endemic) in California. In the U.S., dengue cases are typically seen in travelers who have visited countries where dengue is found.
“Pasadena Public Health Department has been conducting surveillance and investigation of mosquito-borne diseases in Pasadena for years,” stated Dr. Matthew Feaster, PPHD Epidemiologist. “Our work so far, in partnership with the Vector Control District, gives us confidence that this was likely an isolated incident and that there is very low risk of additional dengue exposure in Pasadena.”
Reducing mosquito populations decreases the chances of mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue and West Nile Virus. Mosquitos only need a small amount of stagnant water to breed, which can quickly result in mosquito breeding sites around your home and yard.
We urge the community to follow standard precautions to reduce mosquito populations and the risk of mosquito-borne diseases:
  • Eliminate standing water in clogged rain gutters, rain barrels, discarded tires, buckets, watering troughs, or anything that holds water for more than a week.
  • Ensure that swimming pools, spas, and ponds are properly maintained.
  • Change the water in pet dishes, birdbaths, and other small containers weekly.
  • Report neglected swimming pools in your neighborhood to your vector control district.
To prevent mosquito bites, PPHD recommends:
  • Wear insect repellent containing CDC and EPA approved active ingredients: DEET®, picaridin, IR3535, or oil of lemon eucalyptus.
  • Wear loosely fitted, light-colored, long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
Symptoms of dengue may be mild or severe and include fever, nausea, vomiting, rash, and body aches. Symptoms typically last two to seven days and although severe and even life-threatening illness can occur, most people recover after about a week. There are no specific medicines or vaccines to prevent this disease. Treatment is supportive and may include rest, fluids, and monitoring for early signs.
“Pasadena is working with healthcare providers to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of dengue infection and is coordinating prevention efforts with local and state public health officials,” stated Interim Health Officer, Dr. Parveen Kaur. “Eliminating mosquito breeding sources is essential to reducing the spread of mosquitoes and the diseases they carry.”
To find your local vector district agency and for tips on mosquito prevention and approved mosquito repellents visit Additional information regarding dengue is available from the California Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Pasadena Public Health Department is coordinating with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services, two partner local health jurisdictions in the Los Angeles region.
Oct 19 2023
Fall Brewery Artwalk – October 21st & 22nd 2023
Join us for the fall Brewery Artwalk!

October 21st & 22nd

11am to 6pm each day

It’s going to be a gorgeous, sunny weekend!

The Brewery Artwalk

Enjoy FREE ADMISSION & Parking at one of the most

unique and beloved cultural events in Los Angeles!

With over one hundred participating artists,

the Brewery Artwalk is a perfect place to buy art

directly from artists and visit them in their studios.

See our Artist listings to get a taste of what’s on display

and to help plan your visit. (This is a partial list)

Come grow your original art collection, and

get a jump on your holiday gift giving!

Barbara’s Beer Garden will be open

in the central part of the property,

and there will be five food trucks on Avenue 21

Big News!! The I-5 Gallery has a new location!

We are now on Avenue 21 (near the food trucks)

and currently have a special

Painted Dot show with artworks for purchase!

Visit our Website to learn more, and we will see you soon!

Things to know before you come

There is Free Parking at the UPS lot at the end of Moulton Ave, but arrive early to secure a good spot. The lot closes at 6:30pm.

(There is no parking on the Brewery campus during the event). Please be mindful of our neighbors if parking in the neighborhood.

Map your Uber and LYFT drop-off to 1910 N. Main St, 90031

Updated Daymaps will be available from our docent team as you enter the Brewery, and also available for download on the “Visit” page of our website before you get here.

Our self-guided Tour App is already updated and is available for both Apple and Android. (Links on Visit page)

Kids: Children are welcome and encouraged!

Dogs: Although the Brewery Artwalk is open to the public, all work is displayed within the private living spaces of each individual artist. We therefore kindly ask that you leave your furry friends at home.

Oct 16 2023
Tesla Door Handle Stuck

Are you experiencing issues with your Tesla door handle staying stuck in the open position, and then when you close your door the door doesn’t close?

This issue is a fault with not only the Model 3 but the Model S.

Use some silicon spray on the pivot pin of the door handle. Also some spray helps near the window rubber gasket.

Oct 9 2023
L.A. Magazine’s Food Event 2023 @LAmag LAMag’s Food Event 2023 Tickets

Los Angeles magazine’s The Food Event 2023

Don’t miss your chance to eat and drink yourself happy @ LAMag’s Food Event 2023!

Get your 🎟 tickets now:

✨ Los Angeles magazine
⁠🌮 The Food Event 2022 🥂
📅 Sunday, November 12
🕑 2 – 5 p.m.⁠
📍 Hummingbird Nest Ranch
2940 Kuehner Dr. 93063

Join Los Angeles magazine at The Food Event 2023, our 17th annual epicurean extravaganza, set in the beauty of Hummingbird Nest Ranch in the Santa Susana Mountains.
This annual culinary festival features samplings from a variety of L.A.’s best restaurants, live cooking demonstrations by renowned chefs, craft beers, boutique wines, spirits and cocktail tastings, and special experiences courtesy of our sponsors.
Participating Restaurants:
Our exciting 2023 line up will be announced soon!
Participating Wineries:
• Bernardus Winery, Santa Lucia Highlands
• Bianchi Winery, Paso Robles
• Bouchaine Vineyards, Los Carneros
• Caymus Vineyards, Napa Valley
• Grace + Vine, North Coast
• Jaffe Family Wines, Napa Valley
• Knights Bridge Winery, Knights Valley
• Le Vigne Winery, Paso Robles
• Leto Cellars, Napa Valley
• Limerick Lane Cellars, Sonoma County
• Miner Family Winery, Napa Valley
• Montage Vineyards, Malibu Coast
• Moraga Winery, Bel air Estate
• Nectar of the Dogs Wine, Simi Valley
• New Zealand Wine Navigator, New Zealand
• Opolo Vineyards, Paso Robles
• Tensley Wines, Central Coast
• The 50 by 50 Wines, Sonoma Coast
More brands added daily
• 196 Lemon Vodka Seltzer
• Delta Air Lines
• Knox & Dobson
• Mezcal 33
• Mountain Valley Spring Water
Nonprofit Sponsor:
L.A. Works

This is the video for the 2022 event.

Oct 4 2023
The Crush Pad Pasadena for Wine, Beer, and Kombucha and Entertainment #thecrushpad #jonescoffee @jonescoffee

The Crush Pad Pasadena is located in the same location as Jones Coffee, and in the late afternoon and evenings on Wed-Saturday it turns into a place to gather and enjoy local beer, wine and kombucha along with entertainment.

You can view what’s on tap and also take a growler of beer or wine or kombucha.

The wines are curated from a selection of wines, and available by the glass, carafe and growler.

The beer selection includes local breweries Craftsman and Del Pueblo offering everything from lagers to sours including a coffee IPA and Kolsch.


Located at:  693 S Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA 91105

Wed 04:00 pm – 08:30 pm
Thu 04:00 pm – 08:30 pm
Fri 04:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Sat 04:00 pm – 09:00 pm
All other days Crush Pad is closed.

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