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July 22, 2008
Jones, Thaddeus C., M.D. March 25, 1924 - July 16, 2008 Born in Pasadena, Ca., Dr. Thaddeus C. Jones practiced medicine in Laguna Beach for over 50 years. He attended Polytechnic School in Pasadena, the Catalina Island School for Boys and Princeton University. In 1942, he enlisted in the Navy and was stationed in the South Pacific aboard the destroyer, USS Massey. Dr. Jones completed medical school at U.S.C. and set up his practice in Laguna Beach in 1955. He was also a former chief of staff at South Coast Medical Center.
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FEATURES
February 28, 2008
Pasadena is known for its ability to keep up with the times. From Cal Tech to fashion to dining, it consistently remains on the front end of industries, but Old Town Pasadena still remains as one of the more prominent attractions in an engaging town. Old Town Pasadena celebrates its history with timeless architecture and mixes it with youthful markets. From the Apple store to the Laemmle Cinemas, the area has attractions for various persons and cultures. Dreams of Tibet sells items revolving around Tibet as well as imports from Thailand, Nepal and India.
FEATURES
February 16, 2008
A conference at a Pasadena church to discuss Middle East issues has touched off tension between area Christians and Jews. Many Los Angeles rabbis and other Jewish leaders have criticized All Saints Episcopal Church for agreeing to host a conference sponsored by a Jerusalem-based ecumenical Christian group that advocates a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and nonviolent resistance to the Israeli occupation. Some say it is wrong for the group’s founder to compare the suffering of Palestinians to that of Jesus and the early Christians.
FEATURES
January 31, 2008
Kidspace Museum started in 1979 at California Institute of Technology, whose ingenuity and high-tech aspirations inspired the museum to become one of the foremost interactive learning experiences nationwide. Its first production, “Making Senses,” was a community project by the Junior League of Pasadena to stimulate education. The group designed the exhibit to feature robotics and neon light displays that would attract younger students to education. They expected 2,000 visitors.
NEWS
October 1, 2007
   85, of Laguna Beach, died September 28. Born November 28, 1921 in Berkeley, CA, Pat grew up in Pasadena where she went to Westridge School. She graduated from Mount Vernon Seminary in Washington, DC and attended Stanford University. Pat was a member of the Valley Hunt Club in Pasadena and was a long-time supporter of the Scripps Home in Altadena. She is survived by one daughter, Carla Jane Tomaso, nieces Linda LeMar Baker and Margaret LeMar, nephew Bryan LeMar, grand-nieces Danielle Murphy and Emily Baker, companion Lucja Lewy, and her assistant Naazma Lewis.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | September 16, 2007
COSTA MESA — Pasadena is known for its parade route, but this was ridiculous. The Orange Coast College football team spent more time in Pasadena territory Saturday than New Year’s Day busses full of bands, drill teams and float technicians. But all the Pirates had to show for it was a 27-25 loss to the visiting Lancers in a Mission Conference inter-division clash that will likely have OCC players and coaches long lamenting missed scoring opportunities. The Pirates (1-2)
SPORTS
November 15, 2006
CIF Southern Section playoffs Sage Hill School will play its first-round CIF Southern Section Northeast Division playoff game Friday at 7:30 p.m. against Maranatha at San Marino High. San Marino is located near Pasadena and Arcadia. It will be a home game for Maranatha, which is located in Pasadena. The Minutemen were unable to host the game because their stadium does not have lights. Maranatha played all of its home games this season on Saturday afternoon. Corona del Mar and Estancia will meet in a Southern Division first-round playoff game Friday at 7 p.m. at Newport Harbor High.
SPORTS
September 24, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS         Pasadena 0 7 6 16 - 29 Orange Coast 7 14 14 7 ...
SPORTS
By Dominic Perrone | September 24, 2006
COSTA MESA — Like a boil, the offense of the Orange Coast College football team sat and festered through the first three games of the season. It was only a matter of time before it exploded. With a little pricking from a helpful defense the Pirates' offense exploded all over Pasadena College for six touchdowns. The aftermath, a 42-29 nonconference victory at home Saturday for Orange Coast and a 4-0 record for the first time since 1991. But nobody on the Pirates exploded more than sophomore quarterback Kekoa Crowell.
SPORTS
By Dominic Perrone | September 23, 2006
Now that the Orange Coast College football team has established itself as one of the top teams in Southern California with a victory over Palomar Saturday, the Pirates face a new type of competition. As the No. 6-ranked team in Southern California, opponents now draw motivation from the chance to knock the Pirates (3-0 for the first time since 1991) from their short-lived pedestal. No. 20-ranked Pasadena (2-1) is the first in line to do just that. Kickoff is at 5 p.m. today at OCC. Pirates' Coach Mike Taylor knows the motivation for his team will not come as easily as it did against Palomar, which held a five-game winning streak over Orange Coast prior to Saturday.
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