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Andy Lippman
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A former Los Angeles bureau chief for the Associated Press, Lippman writes weekly about some South Pasadena person, business, issue or trend.

Otter Story Hour Lets People Share Their Experiences

First published in the April 8 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Rex McDaniel may have retired as a minister, but that doesn’t mean he has retired his mission. It’s alive and once again live in person each month,…

Children’s Author Smith Shines a Light on Black History

First published in the Feb. 18 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Author Sherri L. Smith has written many books about Black history and there’s one good reason she writes them. “There’s that saying,” she recently recalled to me.…

Flower Prices Rise as Weddings Return

First published in the Feb. 11 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Roses may still be red, but customers can sometimes feel blue when they consider the cost and kind of flowers they want for their upcoming wedding in…

From Playing Ball to Becoming Longtime Valentines

First published in the Feb. 11 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. It started as a softball game. She hit the ball so hard that it went into a field where the boys were playing. The girls were so…

Lighting Up Town for the Holidays

First published in the Dec. 10 print issue of the South Pasadena Review I’m sure Todd Schroeder’s then- preschool-aged children didn’t think they were asking too much when they asked dad for a pre-Christmas favor.“They wanted me to put lights…

Lighting of Menorahs Marks City’s Hanukkah Celebration

First published in the Dec. 10 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. There is a Hanukkah song that goes, “Oh Hanukkah, oh Hanukkah, come light the menorah…”Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock participated in the South…

Thank God for Our Spiritual Leaders

First published in the Dec. 3 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. The people of South Pasadena are lucky, and so am I.We both get to share the wisdom and personalities of the spiritual leaders of this community. I’m…

Jewelry Stolen at Mission Street Boutique

First published in the Dec. 3 print issue of the South Pasadena Review Camille DePedrini said she knew about the break-ins at big stores in the Los Angeles area, but the news about a break-in at her store — Camille…

Vienna Holiday Concerts to Begin Dec. 17

First published in the Nov. 26 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. The New Hollywood String Quartet — the quartet in residence at the Restoration Concert Series — is featuring the music of Vienna with three concerts at the…

Church Provides Comfort During Holidays

First published in the Nov. 26 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. For many churchgoers in South Pasadena, one of the best holiday gifts they are getting this year is just being inside their church this Thanksgiving, Advent and…

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