COVID-19 Update for February 27, 2023 - Mostly Economic…

From the Associated Press: Inflation roars back to its fastest pace since June. Consumer prices rise 0.6% from December to January. Year over year, they’re up 5.4%. associated press The Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge rose last month at its fastest pace since June, an alarming sign that price pressures remain entrenched in the U.S. economy and could lead the Fed to keep raising interest rates well into this year. Friday’s report from the Commerce Department showed that consumer prices rose 0.6% from December to January, up sharply from a 0.2% increase from November to December.

COVID-19 Update for February 20, 2023-Cases, the Economy…


In Pasadena 39 new cases were reported on Friday, February 17th and no fatalities. In the past two years, Pasadena has experienced 39,493 cases and 442 fatalities due to COVIC-19.

In Los Angeles County reported 1096 new COVID cases on February 17th and 17 fatalities. Los Angeles Country has experienced 35,545 fatalities and 3,694,317 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. 

Winter Edition of Pasadena Perspective is Available NOW!…

Pasadena Perspectives
Pasadena Perspective, the digital magazine of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce just published the third volume. Pasadena Persective magazine winter cover The Winter Edition of Pasadena Perspective focuses on our non-profit community with features on the Pasadena Community Foundation, Families Forward Learning Center and Journey House. Here is the link to the winter edition of Pasadena Perspective.

President's Day-Pasadena Chamber office closed for the…

Today we celebrate President George Washington and President Abraham Lincoln.

George Washington set the tone for the office and the nation. His leadership and example in office remain the standard we expect from our leaders.

Abraham Lincoln kept our nation together, among many accomplishments.

Neither was perfect. No one is. But they each set our nation on a course of honor, dignity and world leadership.


Economic impacts of a major earthquakes resilience workshop…

Economic Impacts of Earthquakes
Economic impacts of a major earthquakes in California such as caused devastation in Turkey and Syria will be discussed by an expert panel on the Resilience Advantage webinar from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21.

San Gabriel Valley Women's Summit Returns March 7th -…

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Gabriel Valley Women’s Summit will return on March 7, 2022. This year’s keynote speaker will be Rachel McClements, Chief Operating Officer of Five Acres, a non-profit focused on the well-being and mental health of children and families, and striving for a permanent, loving home for all children.

Still Haven't Made Valentine's Day Plans? It May…

Need a last minute reservation to show your most special person (people) how much you care?

Check out the Pasadena Chamber members here for dinners, sweets and more:


Spring arrives in just about a month and a half, and boy, is this one going to be spectacular. After all the winter rain, the Descanso Gardens will be bursting at the seams with blooms of every variety this March including tulips, cherry blossoms, lilacs, irises, camellias, daffodils and much, much more. Come experience the splendor first-hand with a variety of activities designed to inspire, educate and delight.

5 money mistakes anyone could make-From the LA Times

5 money mistakes anyone could make

Most of us can relate to these stories of financial faux pas. We can learn from them too. By Ronald D. White

What do most Americans do with their money? Make mistakes, apparently.

That’s according to the annual raft of January surveys that attempt to define and make sense of the nation’s consumer behavior over the previous 12 months.

Pasadena Chamber Networking Breakfast is Wednesday,…

A friendly reminder to register for February’s networking Connection Breakfast if you have not already done so.

The link for  breakfast is below.

COVID-19 Update for February 6, 2023-Biden Administration…

From The New York Times: The Biden administration plans to let the coronavirus public health emergency expire in May, the White House said on Monday, January 30th, a sign that federal officials believe the pandemic has moved into a new, less dire phase.