In Conversation: Alzheimer’s Los Angeles –
Brain Health and The Fight Against Alzheimer’s |
Monday, February 3, 2020
Monday, Feb 3 at 7:30PM
In The Father, a family is confronted with Dementia and what it means to care for someone with this disease. Join Heather Cooper Ortner, Alzheimer’s Los Angeles President & CEO, and Margaret Gatz, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Gerontology and Preventive Medicine, for a discussion about brain health and preventative care for yourself and your loved ones. This discussion will be moderated by former KCET Reporter Val Zavala.
Join Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek for the State Of The City 2020 presentation.
Doors Open at 6:30 p.m. – Program Begins at 7:00 p.m.
On-site parking, including accessible parking in JMHS main parking lot off of Lincoln Ave., adjacent to the auditorium. Carpools encouraged. Childcare will be provided – Please RSVP. Spanish translation and closed captioning services will be provided.
Date: January 16, 2020
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Pasadena Council Race Forum District 2
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
6:30 p.m. to 8pm
Pasadena Central Library
285 E. Walnut Ave.
I hope you can join us and learn about all four Candidates seeking to represent you on the Pasadena City Council.
When you arrive at the Donald Wright Auditorium, please take a note card and write down any question you’d like to ask the candidates.
Questions will be gathered, bunch by subject and selected by our Moderator, Pat Coulter, President of the League of Women Voters. After the forum, Candidates will be on hand to speak to you one-on-one.
Super Bowl LIV 2020 54th February 2, 2020
Super Bowl 54 is shaping up to be one of the most watched, with the playoffs closing in it could be either AFC Kansas City Chiefs or San Francisco 49ers vs NFC Tennessee Titans or Green Bay Packers after the Jan 19 playoff games.
As the game nears so does the anticipation of ads, with Trump and Bloomberg scheduled to spend millions in advertising during the game. The half-time show which is as interesting as the game will be Jennifer Lopez and Shakira with the game taking place at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida.
Advertisers include, Kia Motors, GM, Anheuser-Busch, Audi, Coca-Cola, Avocados from Mexico, Facebook, Hyundai, Pop-Tarts, Olay, New York Life, Pringles, Pepsi-SodaStream, Sabra, Snickers, Toyota, Trump, Bloomberg, Turbotax, Porsche, WeatherTech.
Considering each ad costs a minimum of $10 million, do these companies really benefit from this exposure and expense?
With Super Bowl 55 also scheduled to be played in Florida, Los Angeles is scheduled to host Super Bowl 56 at the under construction SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, slated for February 6, 2022, but that date could change. The last time Los Angeles hosted a Super Bowl was in 1993 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.
Neuroboxing Pasadena For Parkinson’s
Neuroboxin is a non-contact boxing inspired program designed specifically to combat the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and help members live the best life possible.
Neuroboxing Pasadena is held at Classic Kickboxing in the heart of Old Town Pasadena. Our vintage style 6,000 sq ft boxing studio sas launched in 2002 by national champion professional kickboxer Nauricio Gonzalez. We are equipped with the regulation sized boxing ring from the movie Million Dollar Baby, twenty-six heavy punching bags and a fully furnished functional training room
In Pasadena Classic Kick Boxing and Neuroboxing
91 Union Street , Pasadena CA 91103
Contact Phoebe Delman at Classic Kickboxing to register:
The upcoming 2020 election for Pasadena mayor and council seats is heating up.
For mayor current Mayor Terry Tornek is being challenged by Councilmember Victor Gordo, Gordo is currently councilmember for District 5.
District 1 – Tyron Hampton, currently vice-mayor, has no challenger,
District 2 – Margaret McAustin not running after 13 years as a council member, there’s at least four candidates in the run, Felicia Williams, Kevin Litwin, Tricia Keane, Bo Patatian.
District 3 – John Kennedy –
District 4 – Gene Masuda is running for re-election, but has at least three candidates running for the seat. Kevin Wheeler, Joe Baghadlian, Charlotte “char” Bland.
District 5 – With Victor Gordo running for mayor, there’s currently no candidates who have filed.
District 6 – Steve Madison is running for relelection, but has at least two candidates running against him, Ryan Bell and Tamerlin Godley
District 7 – Andy Wilson – current council member, running for re-election?
Candidates for Mayor:
Terry Tornek – Current Mayor
Victor Gordo – current District 5 Councilmember
District 2 and 4 appear to be the most competitive races, with district 2 candidate Felicia Williams a likely winner, and District 4 most likely Gene Masuda being reelected.
For Mayor, the most likely winner will be Victor Gordo, with past Mayor Bill Boggard as compaign manager and Gordo’s many years of experience in the city including the Rose Bowl Operating Company(RBOC) and a recognizable name in the community.
Upcoming debates and forums:
January 14, 2020
Pasadena Mayoral Candidates
Forum on the Environment — January 14
The Arroyo Seco Foundation will host the Pasadena Mayoral Candidates Forum on the Environment to be held in the Donald Wright Auditorium of the Pasadena Central Library, 285 E. Walnut St. in Pasadena on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. The theme of the event will be “How Green Should Pasadena Be?” Topics to be covered will include climate change, the Arroyo Seco and trees, among other issues of local concern.
The program will begin with a brief opening statement from each of the four candidates on their environmental record and views. The candidates include Jason Hardin, Victor Gordo, Major Williams and current Mayor Terry Tornek. Following the initial statements, there will be a panel of local environmental leaders who will ask questions of the candidates. The public will also be invited to ask questions of the candidates. The event will conclude at 8:30 pm.
The discussion is a timely event since the primary election for the Mayor’s race will be held on March 3, 2020. “We are pleased that all four candidates have confirmed their participation,” said Tim Brick, Managing Director of the Arroyo Seco Foundation, “and look forward to a lively discussion of critical environmental concerns and solutions.”
Feb 4, 2020:
Pasadena, CA — On February 4, 2020, Pasadena voters will gather at Robinson Recreation Center (1081 N. Fair Oaks Ave.) to attend the city’s first-ever youth-led Climate Action Forum. All mayoral and city council candidates have been invited to attend the forum and discuss their ideas and vision for how Pasadena can be a leader on the climate crisis and be a more sustainable, climate-resilient city.
“Pasadena is in a unique position to be a leader on the climate crisis, and cities like ours have a responsibility to lead during a period of federal inaction,” said Ozzy Simpson, a senior at Sequoyah School and co-organizer of the Pasadena Climate Action Forum. “Local, systemic change—such as enhanced public transportation systems, cleaner and renewable energy, and energy-efficient buildings—from mayors and city councilmembers is required.”
For the first time in Pasadena history, the forum’s moderating panel will be composed entirely of people under the age of 35, highlighting that young people have the most at stake in addressing the climate crisis. Pasadena’s youth vote is also expected to surge in the March 3 elections, given mobilizing issues like the climate crisis and Pasadena’s elections sharing the same ballot as higher-turnout statewide and primary elections.
Mayoral candidates will participate in their own portion of the forum from 6 to 7 PM, while city council candidates will participate from 7 to 8 PM. Prior to the forum, local environmental groups will table to share how concerned voters can get involved in their organizations.
The Pasadena Climate Action Forum builds on the recent momentum from local students who led the September 20 and December 6 climate strikes at Pasadena City Hall in an effort to make the city take serious action against the climate crisis. At the December 6 climate strike, three city council candidates and one mayoral candidate signed the Green New Deal pledge, committing themselves to championing the legislation on a federal and local level as well as not accepting donations of over $200 from the fossil fuel industry. The sitting mayor and councilmembers were asked by local students to sign the same pledge on December 9.
The Pasadena Climate Action Forum is being organized by an intergenerational coalition of local organizations concerned about the climate crisis, including the newly formed Sunrise Sequoyah hub, Pasadena Environmental Advocates, Day One, Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition, and more. If other organizations are interested in joining, please contact Ozzy and David at the numbers listed at the top of this press release.
RSVP to the Pasadena Climate Action Forum at sunrisesequoyah.org/ClimateActionForum
Pasadena Climate Action Forum
Start: Tuesday, February 04, 2020 • 5:00 PM
End: Tuesday, February 04, 2020 • 8:00 PM
Robinson Recreation Center• 1081 N Fair Oaks Ave, Pasadena, CA 91103
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Vinotera has been several wine beer stores over the years, but appears to be closed with sign clearly posted on the door.
Address: 102 S Lake Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 396-9234
Google still lists the location as open, an edit was submitted and hopefully they will update.
We are closed visit our website for online orders wine club and deals.
Cafe Verde Pasadena Closes – sometime in the past month this location has closed. Tables are removed and there is no sign on te door.
Website is not working.
We believe the same owner owns another restaurant in South Pasadena.
Community Police Academy
The Pasadena Police Department is now accepting applications to join the upcoming Community Police Academy class. See attached flyer. The class is scheduled to run from February 27th – April 16th on Thursday nights from 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm. If you would like an application, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 626.744.7650. The Community Police Academy (CPA) is an informative, eight-week classroom series that gives an inside look at Pasadena Police operations while discussing the principles of community policing. The purpose of the class is to promote a greater awareness and better understanding of local law enforcement’s continuously changing role in the community. Presented in a friendly, casual environment, the class covers a wide variety of subject areas including police communications, criminal law and procedures (laws of arrest), street crime enforcement/investigations, field identification, weaponless defense training, youth programs and more. The course concludes with a graduation dinner, where students receive a certificate of completion. Requirements: •Minimum 18 years of age •Live, work or own property in Pasadena •No felony convictions •No misdemeanor convictions within one year of application The class is limited to 50 people. *Community Police Academy is not intended to make the participant a police officer nor does the acceptance of an application guarantee a placement in the class.