Bid and Contract Opportunities-Take Advantage of Government…

The City of Pasadena is transitioning to a new eProcurement System. You can subscribe or register in the system at:  https://procurement.opengov.com/portal/pasadena

Ingenuity, the NASA/JPL Helicopter Flying Over Mars, Ends…

The robot flew 72 times, serving as a scouting partner to the Perseverance rover, aiding in the search for evidence that there was once life on the red planet.

Ingenuity, the little Mars helicopter that could, can’t anymore.

Economic Update for January 29th-Economic Growth, Local…

U.S. Economy Grew at 3.3% Rate in Latest Quarter-from the New York Times: The increase in gross domestic product, while slower than in the previous period, showed the resilience of the recovery from the pandemic’s upheaval. By Ben Casselman

The U.S. economy continued to grow at a healthy pace at the end of 2023, capping a year in which unemployment remained low, inflation cooled and a widely predicted recession never materialized.

Upcoming Events at the Ice House for the First Week of…

The Ice House, Southern California's premiere comedy club presents:

Pasadena Tournament of Roses Foundation Opens Applications…

Organizations with 501(c)(3) status serving Pasadena and such communities as Alhambra, Altadena, Arcadia, La Cañada Flintridge, Monrovia, San Gabriel, San Marino, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena, and Temple City can now apply for the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Foundation’s 2024 grant program.

Pasadena Chamber After Hours Social and Mixer is Wednesday…

Pasadena Hotel and Pool at 928 East Colorado (at Mentor Avenue) hosts our quarterly Pasadena Chamber After Hours social and mixer beginning at 5pm on Wednesday, January 24th. Admission is $5 CASH for everyone attending. The host provides food samples and appetizers. Cocktails, beer and wine and soft drinks are available for sale.

CHAMBER UNVEILS SPECIAL PASSPORT TO CELEBRATE THE…

PARTICIPANTS CAN WIN PRIZES FOR COLLECTING STAMPS WITH A PURCHASE AT ANY OR ALL OF The SIXTEEN PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS-THE MORE STAMPS COLLECTED, THE BIGGER THE PRIZE.

CHEESEBURGER CHALLENGE® GIVES PATRONS A CHANCE TO SUPPORT THEIR FAVORITES BY VOTING ONLINE IN MULTIPLE CATEGORIES

PASADENA CHAMBER WELCOMES NEW PARTICIPANTS TO 2024…

100th Anniversary of the Invention of the Cheeseburger in Pasadena Features New and Unique Dishes and Offerings from Participating Restaurants.

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the invention of the Cheeseburger in Pasadena, local restaurants are joining the culinary celebration. Several participants offer special menu items and pricing for the celebration.

A Pasadena Innovation-The Cheeseburger-Turns 100 and We…

It was 100 years ago that teenaged Lionel Clark Sternberger put a piece of cheese on a hamburger and, calling it the Aristocratic Burger: A Hamburger with Cheese, served it at the Rite Spot in Pasadena. 

Restaurants throughout Pasadena pay homage to Lionel Sternberger’s invention of the cheeseburger in Pasadena in 1924 with delicious meals and deals.

New Member Hosts Pasadena Showcase January 30th - Fashion,…

From the LA Times: Will workers face a return to offices?

Fully remote staffers are less productive but hybrid schedules show promise, data indicate. By Don Lee

These days, it looks like the bloom is coming off the rose for remote work : Many employers are talking tougher . New research shows employees are actually less productive when they work from home full-time. And, with the tight job market starting to slacken, some predict 2024 will be the year employers finally clamp down.