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. But exactly which large cities are people moving to? To measure the most popular large cities in the US, we looked at data from our move cost calculator and best interstate moving companies list to determine which large cities were most searched as destinations for... continue reading »"25 Most Popular Large Cities to Relocate"

15 Best Things To Do in Pasadena

Pasadena is a city of more than 140,000 residents located about ten miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. It may be most well-known for its annual Tournament of Roses parade and the Rose Bowl football game that features high-profile Midwest and West Coast teams, but it’s also a center for technology, industry, and the arts. Pasadena is chock-full of significant historical and cultural attractions. It’s close to a number of undisturbed natural areas that offer visitors easy access to a... continue reading »"15 Best Things To Do in Pasadena"

Cal Tech Confirms Successful Touchdown of NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover

The largest, most advanced rover NASA has sent to another world touched down on Mars Thursday, after a 203-day journey traversing 293 million miles. Confirmation of the successful touchdown was announced in mission control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which Caltech manages for NASA, at 3:55 p.m. EST (12:55 p.m. PST). Packed with groundbreaking technology, the Mars 2020 mission launched July 30, 2020. The Perseverance rover mission marks an ambitious first step in the effort to collect Mars samples and return them to Earth.... continue reading »"Cal Tech Confirms Successful Touchdown of NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover"

Deep 6 AI of Pasadena Announces Release of Trial

Deep 6 AI today announced the addition of Trial Recommender to its industry-leading artificial intelligence (AI)-driven clinical trial acceleration platform. Addressing a major gap in traditional patient recruitment, Trial Recommender lets physicians and their patients easily discover and participate in clinical research. Leveraging the Deep 6 AI and NLP platform, Trial Recommender offers precision-matched clinical trial opportunities for patients, during their visit with a treating physician, based on real-time structured and unstructured clinical data. Starting inside their EMR or the Trial... continue reading »"Deep 6 AI of Pasadena Announces Release of Trial"

The Opening of Pasadena’s Only International Boarding School is Pushed Back

The anticipated opening of a 975-student international boarding school in Pasadena has been delayed until September of 2022, after previously being pushed back to 2021 in July, representatives announced Friday. EF Academy had originally planned to open a new campus on the former site of the William Carey International University at 1539 E. Howard Street this year. But the project remained in construction when the pandemic struck in force. The school, which is being built by Swiss company Education First,... continue reading »"The Opening of Pasadena’s Only International Boarding School is Pushed Back"

Caltech Nobel Laureate Frances Arnold Testifies on Innovation to U.S. House Committee

Frances Arnold, Caltech’s Linus Pauling Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry and director of the Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengineering Center, testified before a U.S. House of Representatives committee on April 15 about the need for the nation to invest more in science and technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Arnold, recipient of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, gave her testimony to the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology as part of its “Reimagining Our Innovation Future” hearings. She was joined by... continue reading »"Caltech Nobel Laureate Frances Arnold Testifies on Innovation to U.S. House Committee"

Pasadena Bio Science Collaborative Nurtures Local Bioscience Startups

Incubators have long been viewed as crucial to jump-start the development of tech, life science and other companies. But until 2004, Los Angeles County had only one bioscience incubator with lab space, a small facility in Chatsworth that recently went defunct. Universities had lab facilities, but those were mostly reserved for students and faculty researchers. Outside companies were generally not invited. Then in 2004, the Pasadena Bioscience Collaborative, now known as the Pasadena Bio Collaborative Incubator, opened its doors, backed... continue reading »"Pasadena Bio Science Collaborative Nurtures Local Bioscience Startups"

One of LA’s Busiest Barbecue Restaurants to Open in Pasadena Next

Slab, the West Third Street barbecue restaurant from Burt Bakman (Trudy’s Underground Barbecue) and the H.Wood Group, is moving into Pasadena next. The growing group has been quietly been plotting a larger expansion, and now will land at 812 S. Arroyo Parkway, just doors down from the incoming Howlin’ Ray’s and other popular options like Superba Snacks + Coffee and Shake Shack. Keys are in hand now for the new Slab on Arroyo Parkway, but the opening is still a ways off; expect a... continue reading »"One of LA’s Busiest Barbecue Restaurants to Open in Pasadena Next"

How Pasadena’s Restaurant Scene Became LA’s Biggest Comeback

Amid all the shifting uncertainties and changing priorities of the past pandemic year for greater LA’s restaurant industry, one glowing (and unexpected) bright spot has emerged: Pasadena. The standalone city northeast of Downtown, at the edge of the broad San Gabriel Valley, has quietly become one of the busiest dining scenes anywhere in Southern California. After years spent crowding its main retail drag with chain restaurants and watching as big openings clustered in Downtown LA, Venice, and even East Hollywood instead, Pasadena has begun to attract... continue reading »"How Pasadena’s Restaurant Scene Became LA’s Biggest Comeback"