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  • Tempest in a teapot: Afternoon tea vs. high tea

     
    The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has inspired a trove of articles about Britain: tips for traveling to London; finding a bit of Britain closer to home; a look at some less-than-regal wedding souvenirs; even a commentary......
  • Softball: Tuesday's scores

     
    SOFTBALL ACADEMY LEAGUE Oxford Academy 10, Crean Lutheran 5 AGAPE LEAGUE Academy for Academic Excellence 22, Apple Valley Christian 6 Victor Valley Christian 15, Hesperia Christian 3 AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Aquinas 10, Ontario Christian 0 Calvary Murrieta 7,...
  • Daniel Catan will be honored by L.A. Opera, Santa Cecilia Orchestra

     
    Daniel Catán, the late opera composer, will be honored by L.A. Opera in a May 23 tribute at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and May 22 by Santa Cecilia Orchestra....
  • L.A. Opera takes to the radio airwaves with 'Il Postino' and five other productions

     
    "L.A. Opera on Air" begins a fifth season on classical music station KUSC-FM (91.5) this weekend, showcasing six productions from the company's 2010-11 season....
  • Found on EBay – Shriners Convention

     
    This postcard from the 1907 Shriners’ Convention in Los Angeles has been listed on EBay. The convention generated an almost endless assortment of pins, ribbons, plates, tumblers, postcards and other ephemera. I have never seen this one before....
  • Theater review: 'South of Delancey' at the Fremont Centre Theatre

     
    F. Kathleen Foley reviews 'South of Delancey' at the Fremont Centre Theatre....
  • It's National Macaro(o)n Day: Where to get some

     
    Whether you spell the dainty French buttercream-, jam- or ganache-filled colorful sandwich cookies with one ‘o’ or two, today is National Macaro(o)n Day. And you don’t have to drop everything and hop across the pond to enjoy these treats...
  • Design on a dime: improving spatial relations on a budget

     
    After a year of living in a standalone apartment with vaulted ceilings in South Pasadena and nothing but a mirror and out-of-sync dining table to show for it, Melanie Tomanov had had enough. As an attorney working on the Westside with a 10-year-old...
  • Critics of 710 Freeway tunnel propose alternative: Cargo rail line on San Gabriel River

     
    Critics of a plan to finish the final link of the 710 Freeway by tunneling under South Pasadena have proposed an alternative plan for improving traffic flow. Two dozen people concerned about the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's tunnel...
  • Cross country: Sam Pons picks Princeton

     
    Sam Pons, the state Division III cross country champion from South Pasadena, has committed to Princeton. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Boys' basketball: Friday scores

     
    ACADEMY LEAGUE Brethren Christian 71, Whitney 43 Oxford Academy 64, Crean Lutheran 54 St. Margaret's 61, Sage Hill 33 AGAPE LEAGUE Hesperia Christian 63, Victor Valley Christian 27 BASELINE LEAGUE Etiwanda 53, Upland 40 Los Osos 74, Alta Loma 38......
  • Is the Rose Parade red or blue? The eternal spinning of New Year's Day in Pasadena

     
    I do love the Tournament of Roses parade, but not always for the same reasons other people do. Anything that’s watched on television by tens of millions of people, and watched from Pasadena’s sidewalks by thousands more -- no ,......