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Brennon Dixson

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Long Beach, CA, United States

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Past articles by Brennon:

Rose Parade 2023: Here are the judges’ picks for best floats – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The honors recognize excellence in a variety of categories, officials said. → Read More

It’s Rose Parade day in Pasadena, set for a rare Jan. 2 march down Colorado Boulevard – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The 2023 Rose Parade is the 21st time the famed procession will happen on a Monday in the century since the Tournament of Roses began. → Read More

Pasadena Senior Center readies to offer free class samplings in 2023

The upcoming Class Tasting event will allow non-members a chance to sample 13 of the 32 courses available at the center. → Read More

Altadena’s Christmas Tree Lane is back, and there’s still time to catch it – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Organizers say it’s the oldest large-scale Christmas lighting spectacle in the U.S. → Read More

Rose Parade float building has always been costly; inflation and pandemic didn’t help – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

It’s never been easy to construct a float, especially in an era of high inflation. Volunteers and professional builders are feeling it. → Read More

Pasadena mulls mask mandate while notching up health order to ‘strongly recommending’ – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

“Everyone should wear a mask now to ensure they can enjoy the holidays with their families later,” health leaders said. → Read More

In Pasadena, Justin Jones and Brandon Lamar vie once again for City Council seat

Thursday’s appointee will serve until a special election is held in 2024, according to city leaders. → Read More

Pasadena goes off script in selecting Felicia Williams, Steve Madison as vice mayors

The decision was made after city leaders bid farewell to former Vice Mayor Andy Wilson on Monday, Dec. 12. → Read More

Pasadena tenants group calls on City Council to swiftly enact rent control

The city manager says the changes are in the works, with an update for the City Council coming in January. → Read More

Pasadena rolls out new paramedic subscription service

Every dollar, according to city leaders, will be used to enhance emergency medical services to the community and to improve the local paramedic system. → Read More

Pasadena Chamber, Rose Parade leaders, celebrate ‘turning the corner’ at annual breakfast – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Tournament of Roses Association President Amy Wainscott highlighted this year’s parade theme: “Turning the Corner.” → Read More

Pasadena Chamber, Tournament of Roses leaders, set for President’s Breakfast – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m. and will be followed by a festive celebratory program, according to organizers. → Read More

With coronavirus and two others spiking, Pasadena encouraged to take precautions

Officials say coronavirus is circulating at high levels in the city, and are encouraging masks and other measure to stave off infection during a holiday surge. → Read More

Pasadena coronavirus case counts spike upward – again – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The numbers are significantly lower than January’s peak, however, there’s concern about Pasadena’s vulnerable populations in light of the rising rates. → Read More

Pasadena’s Police Oversight Commission prepares for ‘trauma-informed’ training – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

The commission also will set its work plan and goals for the year. → Read More

Pasadena needs volunteers for its annual point-in-time homeless count

Volunteer teams of three to four people will be assigned to count and survey people who are experiencing homelessness on the streets of Pasadena. → Read More

Teachers union in the Covina-Valley Unified School District sets strike date

Find out when the two sides will meet for a final bargaining session. → Read More

Pasadena readies for holiday glee with lighting of its tree; here’s how to watch – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Parents should have a camera handy to capture some festive holiday moments. → Read More

New amenities in Oak Knolls project after Pasadena Design Commission approval

The ground floor of the proposed new building is intended to provide up to two commercial spaces in addition to a residential lounge space. → Read More

Here’s when Pasadena will return to in-person City Council meetings – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Councilmembers, commissioners and the surrounding community have been gathering virtually since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020. → Read More