Pasadena’s own four sport legend

By Daron Grandberry April 29, 2015 0

Before becoming a pioneer for equality throughout professional sports by breaking baseball’s color barrier in 1947, Jack Roosevelt Robinson was a successful four-sport athlete at what was then called Pasadena Junior College. Known for his…

The first years of a legacy

By Philip McCormick April 29, 2015 0

More than 100 years ago, one student at Pasadena High School had a dream of a student-run newspaper. He began discussing his plans with teachers and students who were interested. Kenneth Fuessle’s dream not only…

Rust Never Sleeps

By Monique LeBleu April 24, 2015 0

In addition to international war coverage, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and interviews with notable diplomats and world leaders for 35 years, PCC Distinguished Alum of 2010 David Rust has also garnered two Emmy Awards, been…

Beneath the foothills of the Angeles Crest Forest is the Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse, where PCC students and locals come for course suggested literature, art books, readings, a relaxing atmosphere and a "cuppa joe". (more…)

The AxS Festival 2014 Curiosity, is in venues throughout the greater Pasadena area through Sunday, October 5, 2014. The arts and sciences festival is produced by Pasadena Arts Council in partnership with institutions such as NASA/Jet…