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Tigers Football is Hungry for a League Title

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Football season is around the corner and the South Pasadena High School varsity football season is ready to tackle its upcoming schedule with hopes of claiming its…

SPHS Senior, Grad Complete Metro Program

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. South Pasadena High School 12th-grader Katherine Nam and SPHS 2022 graduate Isaac Chang both recently completed Metro’s 2022 Transportation Career Academy Program, TCAP. This is the second…

ReNew United Methodist Church Spreads ‘Summer of Love’

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. We could all use a little more love — especially these days. That’s why the Rev. Sam Park, lead pastor of ReNew United Methodist Church, is urging…

Dodgers’ Historian Reflects On Baseball’s Greatest Announcer

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. If Vin Scully had the chance to broadcast the news of his own passing, there’s no doubt he would try to comfort his audience with a greeting…

City OKs Crossing Guard Pilot Project

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. The South Pasadena City Council voted 4-0 late last month to approve a pilot project to add a crossing guard at Huntington Drive and Marengo Avenue, near…

Public Safety Hears City’s Emergency Plan

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. The South Pasadena Public Safety Commission heard on Monday an update about the city’s emergency operations plan, or EOP, which would be put in place in the…

SPUSD Welcomes 50 New Employees

First published in the August 12 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. The South Pasadena Unified School District is welcoming 50 new employees this school year, which began on Thursday, as announced at Tuesday night’s Board of Education meeting.…

As He Tends His Garden, Eldred Nurtures Learning

First published in the August 5 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. John Eldred loves to garden, which makes he and the campus of South Pasadena High School a perfect fit. When the crepe myrtle blooms, he knows it’s…

Blackwood Becomes Assistant Principal for SPHS

First published in the August 5 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Vanessa Blackwood recently became assistant principal at South Pasadena High School. For the past 16 years, Blackwood has served as an educator at Crescenta Valley High School.…

Classical Pianist Takes on New Role on ‘FBoy’

First published in the August 5 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. South Pasadena local Lukasz Yoder has been playing piano since he was 2 years old, by his estimate. Being a so-called “FBoy,” however, is a more recent…

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