In the heart of the arts district lies EightyTwo; a bar/arcade with retro classic games, beer on tap, and signature cocktails. If you’ve got a nostalgia itch for your childhood and want to grab a drink, this is the place for you.
City council nips medical marijuana in the bud
The Pasadena City Council voted unanimously in favor of an ordinance to shut off utilities to medical marijuana dispensaries that are operating illegally in the city, potentially cutting off patients from life saving medicine on Monday. In 2015, the city council amended Chapter 8 of the Pasadena Municipal Code (PMC) to prohibit any and all commercial use of marijuana within the city limits. This includes but is not limited to medicinal, recreational, and delivery services for cannabis. However, despite the zoning ordinance that effectively outlaws …
Trumpcare raises the grave
Donald Trump continues to show that he really does not care about the people who voted for him.
Lancers’ Lives: Touching base with communication
Joe Osorio is a man that is “going with the flow of life.” He hails from Ridgecrest in California’s High Desert. He played baseball for Burroughs High School and is taking some time off from sports to focus on his education, but hopes to return to baseball as either a professional player or a coach and is majoring in communications.
Rocket Fizz: A Candy Coated Dreamland
If you are looking to have an adventure in Candyland, then Rocket Fizz is the place for you.
Personal life for sale; Serious inquiries only
Data brokers are selling your information without informing you that someone is paying to look you up.
How you can get a job on campus
Are you a student on campus looking for a part-time job? PCC has opportunities available for student to make money while they go to school. Applying is just as simple as applying online. Keep in mind that some jobs have application deadlines.
PASS helps students navigate their way to college success
The Program for Academic Support Services (PASS) has been aiding disadvantaged students in reaching their academic goals since 1990, offering services such as counseling, university field trips, specialized counselors and mentors, and more.
Police Blotter: Winter activity wrap-up
Monday, Dec. 26 A homeless woman was stuck inside the northwest elevator in Lot 5. The fire department responded and freed the woman from the elevator. Wednesday, Dec. 28 Facilities reported a homeless person in the women’s restroom on the fourth floor of the R building. The suspect was gone upon arrival. Officers responded to two homeless people in Lot 5, level 2. Both complied when officers asked them to leave. Thursday, Dec. 29 Officers responded again to the 2 homeless people from Lot 5. …