City of Pasadena Celebrates Grand Reopening of Robinson Park Recreation Center
PASADENA, Calif.—The public is invited to the grand reopening of Robinson Park Recreation Center (RPRC), 1081 N. Fair Oaks Ave., on Saturday, January 26, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The event will begin with a ceremonial ribbon cutting and will continue with tours of the new state-of-the-art facility, free demonstration classes, and light refreshments.
“We are excited to return high-quality recreation programming for all ages and abilities to Robinson Park Recreation Center. Recreation programming improves neighborhood quality of life and well-being, strengthens public safety and brings people together. We look forward to welcoming the community back to the Center and to our programming,” says Department of Human Services and Recreation Director Brenda Harvey-Williams.
Seasonal activities planned for the RPRC include arts and crafts, dance, adult fitness classes, yoga, summer day camp, aquatics, and youth enrichment classes, such as guitar and drawing, and much more. For more information about current programming or to register, visit cityofpasadena.net/humanservices.
The Robinson Park Recreation Center Renovation Project began construction in May 2017 and included the demolition and reconstruction of the Recreation Center’s approximately 9,000-square-foot multipurpose room, administrative offices, kitchen, open courtyard, restrooms, and conference room as well as an approximately 4,900-square-foot addition of fitness and dance rooms, storage, and common areas. The building is fully accessible and includes energy-efficient lighting, audio-visual technology and security upgrades, and new drought-tolerant landscaping. In addition to the Recreation Center improvements, the existing 7,300-square-foot gymnasium at Robinson Park underwent renovations that included extensive structural upgrades, aesthetic improvements, and the installation of a new hardwood court.
Stay connected to the City of Pasadena! Visit us online at https://ww5.cityofpasadena.net/; follow us on Twitter at @PasadenaGov, and Instagram and Facebook at @CityOfPasadena; or call the Citizen Service Center, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at (626) 744-7311.
Kudos to Verizon for being the first major wireless provider to offer a tool that can combat robocallers. The pace of robocallers has progressively worsened over the past year. Most people don’t answer calls they do not recognize, as it is most likely a robocaller. The amount of calls being made by these operators worldwide is in the millions of calls. In hopes that even a small percentage of those being called answer and engage and fall for the scam.
Verizon has implemented on its network the new technology labelled STIR/SHAKEN STIR (Secure Telephone Identity Revisited) and SHAKEN (Signature-based Handling of Asserted information using toKENs) standards
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141 W. Bellevue Drive #100
Pasadena, California 91105
Del Pueblo Brewery is among a few craft breweries to operate in Pasadena, including Craftsman brewing. Stone has a tap room in Pasadena, but does not have brewing operations in Pasadena. There are rumors of others working on opening locations in Pasadena, including the Playhouse District. What sets Del Pueblo apart is that it will be the first brewery with taproom having beer served at the location.
Many welcome this development in Pasadena as many surrounding cities are welcome to those opening breweries, including Glendale, Burbank, Sierra Madre, Monrovia, Eagle Rock, San Gabriel, Alhambra, El Monte, all of which have at least one if not several breweries serving beer to eager customers looking to support a craft beer in their local community.
2nd Annual Education & Family Resource Expo @ Hilton Los Angeles/San Gabriel
January 27 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sunday, January 27th 1:00-4:00 PM
2ND Annual Education & Family Resource Expo
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Millions of homes are equipped with Ring security systems and reports have been released with evidence that employees of Ring have access to video footage. And to make matters worse, video is not encrypted and is also available by folders and customer emails.
Not encrypting video or accounts is surely a bad sign for Ring, the rational given is that the cost was too high.
Many users are now looking at alternatives and trying to figure out what Ring is going to do to repair the damage done, perhaps video has already been downloaded.
We surely expect Ring will make a formal announcement on this issue. Silence is surely not going to be acceptable to users of Ring. Amazon owns Ring. Amazon head Jeff Bezos is under scrutiny for an alleged affair with Lauren Sanchez and divorcing his wife of 25 years.
Ring recently announced a new improved line of products at CES, apparently none address the vulnerabilities.
We sincerely hope that Ring addresses this issues brought about through the various reports.
Perhaps this is an opportunity for Google’s Nest, to strike on the shortcomings of the Ring platform and capitalize revenue opportunities.
|We are writing to let you know that APPLE INC. has announced its Annual Meeting of Shareholders. |
You’re invited to the 2019 Annual Meeting of Shareholders on Friday, March 1, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. PT. The meeting will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater at the Apple Park campus. Advance registration is required to attend. Registration opens here on February 6, 2019, at 8:00 a.m. PT.
You may enter your voting instructions and view the shareholder materials by clicking on the link below and entering the following control number:
Meeting Date: March 1, 2019
For Holders As Of: January 2, 2019
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Pasadena Sunday Brunch at New School of Cooking
Questions? Contact at 844.895.4224 or email [email protected]
Indian cooking is delicious, healthy, and easy to make. In this demonstration only classes, students will discover Indian cooking from veteran cooking instructor of more than 20 years and cookbook author, Farhana Sahibzada. Farhana’s cooking classes were voted a top event at L.A. Weekly’s Best of L.A.! Join us for a wonderful experience. $20 materials fee payable in class.
Class Menu: Aloo Methi Palak, spinach with potatoes seasoned with fenugreek leaves, Daal (lentils) with grilled onions, Vege Raita and Basmati Rice
Note: Classes are held in the cooking classroom located in the Campus Center (CC-Building). The instructor will meet students at the entrance to the Piazza, in the lobby of the Campus Center where they will be taken back to the classroom.
Jones Coffee Opening in South Pasadena Buster’s Mother Moo Previous Location
Thank you so much for your support and kind words! We are beyond touched by the influx of comments, messages, and emails expressing enthusiasm and congratulatory sentiments. We feel so welcome into a neighborhood that is near and dear to our hearts. We look forward to sharing many delicious and locally roasted cups of coffee with each and every one of you in our new home at the former Buster’s location in South Pasadena. Stay tuned for updates. 📸 by Steven Lawrence for the @southpasadenan!
Mother Moo Creamery had most recently occupied the location, but in November 2018 made the difficult decision to close the location and focus on the Sierra Madre flafship.
Los Angeles, CA (January 8, 2019)—SoCal Museums announces the 14th Annual
Museums Free-for-All on Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019. Over
forty museums—presenting art, cultural heritage, natural history, and science—will open
their doors and invite visitors to attend free of charge.
“For fourteen years, this event has brought many thousands of additional visitors from
across the region to our exciting and vital museums. It’s a special weekend that invites
Southern Californians and others to branch out and explore museums they may have
never before visited, or to return to familiar spots,” says Jennifer Caballero, SoCal
Museums President and Marketing Director at the Skirball Cultural Center. “We are
thrilled to continue this tradition, which helps keep Southern California culture
accessible to all.”
The Free-for-All also serves as a reminder that free visitor days are available yearround at museums across Southern California. A calendar of free days can be found
This offer is for general museum admission only and does not apply to specially ticketed
exhibitions. Regular parking fees apply at each museum. Consult individual museum
websites for hours, directions, and other visitor information. Please note which days
museums are participating below:
Both Saturday and Sunday
Armory Center for the Arts
Automobile Driving Museum
The Broad (Free advance general admission tickets strongly recommended to avoid waiting in the standby line. Visit www.thebroad.org to make a reservation.)
California African American Museum
California Science Center (General admission only. A timed reservation with a convenience fee is required for Space Shuttle
Craft and Folk Art Museum
Forest Lawn Museum
Fowler Museum at UCLA
Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art
The Getty Center
The Getty Villa
(Timed tickets are required for the Getty Villa. Visit www.getty.edu to make a reservation.)
Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Laguna Art Museum
La Plaza de Cultura y Artes
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
Museum of Contemporary Art
Orange County Museum of Art
Pomona College Museum Art Museum
Sunnylands Center & Gardens
USC Pacific Asia Museum
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
(Opening late 2019; Free-for-All pop-up accessible via Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Autry Museum of the American West
Columbia Memorial Space Center
(Free tickets available at descansogardens.org/tickets.)
Japanese American National Museum
(Free tickets available at janm.org/freeforall.)
La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
(General admission only; free tickets available at tarpits.org/freeforall.)
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History and Sea Center
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
USC Fisher Museum of Art
Wende Museum of the Cold War
Muckenthaler Cultural Center
Museum of Latin American Art
Museum of Tolerance
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
(General admission only; free tickets available at nhm.org/freeforall.)
Palm Springs Art Museum
Skirball Cultural Center
(Noah’s Ark timed-entry, one-hour tickets are limited and distributed first-come, first-served.)
Valley Relics Museum
Zimmer Children’s Museum by Sharewell
When: Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3
More information: SoCalMuseums.org
SoCal Museums (SCM) is a group of marketing and communications professionals from museums
all over Southern California. The mission of the organization is to foster dialogue between marketing
and communications museum professionals in Southern California in order to learn from each other,
network, conceptualize and execute ways to increase visitation to and awareness of museums in
Southern California, and develop collaborative opportunities between museums.
Today’s Supernova of
Information and Opportunity
Saturday, January 26th 8:00 AM Coffee & Networking 9:00 – 11:30 AM Program Caltech Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics 1216 E. California Avenue Pasadena, CA 91106 REGISTER NOW
Big Data has exploded and engulfed us all. It has led to a technology and business revolution. Every website, email, SMS text, mouse click, download, and Internet of Things (IoT), sensor input now predicts epidemics, calculates risk, understands consumer behavior and formulates public policies. Entrepreneurs are pursuing these Big Data opportunities in what is becoming the 21st century equivalent of the gold rush.
Join us as we kick off 2019 with this information-packed program. Our speakers will share their views on the opportunities and challenges entrepreneurs face in building these new ventures, and give a clearer view of what’s coming our way. Keynote Speaker: Gil Elbaz Founder & CEO, Factual Inc. Co-Founder, Applied Semantics Speakers: Wes Nichols Board Partner, Upfront Ventures Independent Board Director Public and Pre-IPO Technology Companies Dominique (Mike) Hanssens Distinguished Research Professor of Marketing UCLA Anderson Graduate School Founding Partner, MarketShare, a global marketing analytics firm Producer/Moderator: Stan Tomsic, Managing Director, Magna Point Group
|Advance Ticket Sales: General Admission: $30.00 ($40.00 at door) Students: $20.00* ($25.00 at door) Caltech Students – No Charge* Advance Ticket Sales end on Friday, January 25th at 1:00 PM PST. *Current Valid ID required for all student admissions. Full admission price will be charged without ID. REGISTER NOW|
Quantum Computing – February 23, 2019
Blockchain – March 23, 2019
Equity Funding – April 13, 2019
AI/Robotics – May 11, 2019
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|Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum Encouraging the growth and success of technology-based entrepreneurial ventures in Southern California.|
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The Pasadena location of Granville is close to opening. Hopefully sometime in January 2019. Here’s some images of the new location with a rooftop bar.
270 South Lake Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101