Pasadena Regional Report: A Great Place for Business

Business life in Pasadena continues on a rosy path. With the breadth of amenities available, from transit-friendly services and walkability scores in the top 5% of the nation, to cultural landmarks, and shopping and dining flavors from every corner of the globe, Pasadena continues to attract a variety of businesses, shoppers, and visitors. With a diverse and thriving employment base, Pasadena is home to some of the most successful companies in the world as well as best-in-class institutions like Art... continue reading »"Pasadena Regional Report: A Great Place for Business"

Kaiser Permanente’s New Medical School Will Waive Tuition for Its First 5 Classes

Kaiser Permanente, the California-based health system that is preparing to open one of the few American medical schools not connected to a university, was set to announce Tuesday that it would waive tuition for every student in its first five graduating classes. Kaiser Permanente, which has its own hospitals, clinics, doctors and insurance plan, is following the New York University School of Medicine, which announced last year that it would eliminate tuition for all current and future students. Like N.Y.U.,... continue reading »"Kaiser Permanente’s New Medical School Will Waive Tuition for Its First 5 Classes"

Where to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in Pasadena, Calif.

Located about 11 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena has a reputation in California for cultural elegance and culinary conservatism. Travelers come for the upscale boutiques in compact, metro-accessible Old Pasadena; the city’s oak-lined boulevards and Arts and Crafts-period bungalows; and institutions such as the Norton Simon Museum, the Gamble House, and the Huntington Library in neighboring San Marino. They don’t usually factor Pasadena’s food into their plans, which is a shame, because the second-oldest city in L.A. County... continue reading »"Where to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in Pasadena, Calif."

25 Most Popular Large Cities To Relocate

Major urban hubs like San Francisco, Chicago, and Philadelphia are dominate when it comes to the volume of people moving in and out on a regular basis. But, large, “2nd tier” cities are starting to make a comeback in popularity, especially among millennials. Nowadays, it seems everyone is searching for that perfect balance between big city life and small-town charm. Read more