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Comics Struggling to find Audiences during Lockdown

Scott Vinci The Coronavirus epidemic has hit numerous industries with an unpredictable fury, threatening airlines in particular. Yet it’s also affecting American life in countless other ways, with one oft-overlooked aspect being the shutdown of the nation’s comedy clubs and the resulting impact on comedians. Checking in with several regular performers of the Ice House comedy club in Pasadena, it’s clear that the only thing…

United Way Pandemic Relief Fund Raises $2.2 million through KABC/Rams ‘teLAthon’

On Tuesday, March 24, the virtual Te‘LA’thon hosted by the Los Angeles Rams and KABC raised more than $2.2 million (as of March 25 at 3:30 PM) to assist Southern California response efforts during this…

U.S. Could be New Epicenter of COVID-19 Pandemic

The US could become the new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic due to a “very large acceleration” in infections, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday. Nearly 50,000 people in the US were infected…

Cold Alaskan Storm Expected To Hit Region Today, Followed by Increasing Temps

A cold storm out of the Gulf of Alaska is expected to hit the areas today, but temperatures will begin to climb towards this weekend and 80 next week. According to the National Weather Service…

How the Community Can Help Huntington Hospital

Huntington Hospital officials said Tuesday they are grateful for the offers of assistance that have poured in since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and offered options and information for the public. Donate medical supplies…

Why Officials Want You to Stay Away From Huntington Hospital

Dr. Kimberly Shriner On March 17, Pasadena Now News Desk Editor David Cross interviewed Dr. Kimberly Shriner, an infectious disease doctor at Huntington Hospital. Shriner…

Dog Haus Rolls Out Even More New Dogs and Burgers

In every culture and in every crisis, there’s always hot dogs. So, Pasadena’s Dog Haus has now created  a new line of yummy dogs and…

Fuller Psychological and Family Services Launches Online Telehealth Service

Fuller Psychological and Family Services (FPFS), the clinical training and community mental health outreach arm of Fuller’s School of Psychology, has launched a new service…

Howmuchtoiletpaper.com Helps You Calculate How Long Your TP Stash Will Last

After panicked people rushed out to stock up on toilet paper because of the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders, a new website will now help…

Charter Communications to Expand Showtime and Epix to All Video Subscribers Free Through April 19

Charter Communications, Inc. today announced it will provide SHOWTIME and EPIX premium channels at no additional charge to Spectrum TV customers who do not currently receive those channels through Sunday, April 19. “We hope that by expanding these programming options it will provide even more hours of entertainment for our customers in these challenging times,” said Tom Montemagno, Executive Vice President of Programming Acquisition for Charter. “The highly-popular original entertainment programming and movies on these networks will be of great interest to a large cross-section of our customers.” Charter will expand SHOWTIME and EPIX by Monday, March 23 for Spectrum…

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