Cheeseburger Week is over for 2016, but you can still enjoy a great burger at any of the participating restaurants. For address, menu and other information visit www.pasadenarestaurantweek.com.Cheeseburger Week is a Pasadena Restaurant Week and California Restaurant Month event presented by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce. Cheeseburger Week is generously sponsored by the City of Pasadena. Community News Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Photo Gallery Cheeseburger Challenge Results Released Article and Photos courtesy of PASADENA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Published on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 | 5:54 pm Make a comment Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. 4 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Pasadena celebrated all things cheeseburger during Cheeseburger Week January 10th to 15th. Visitors enjoyed food created especially for the event, took advantage of great deals and meals, followed cheeseburger crawls and voted in the 2016 Cheeseburger Challenge. In all, 1246 votes were cast in the challenge to determine favorites in 14 categories ranging from Favorite Burger to favorite Dessert after a Burger.Here are the results of the 2016 Cheeseburger Challenge. Thank you to all the restaurant participants and everyone who voted in this year’s Challenge.Congratulations to those named Favorites in these categories.Cheeseburger Challenge results:Favorite Place for a Cheeseburger1. Dog Haus/Dog Haus Biergarten 15.73%2. Umami Burger 13.64%3. The Counter 12.4%Favorite Lunch Counter Burger1. The Counter 37.5%2. Pie ‘n Burger 27.08%3. Tie: Clearman’s Galley / Twohey’s 12.92%Favorite Traditional Cheeseburger1. Pie ‘n Burger 24.76%2. Dog Haus 24.21%3. The Counter 23.44%Favorite Sliders1. Tie : Dog Haus / Ruth’s Chris Steak House 16.62%2. The Counter 14.67%3. POP Champagne and Dessert Bar 9.25%Favorite Gourmet Burger1. Kings Row Gastropub 31.84%2. La Grande Orange Café 26.12%3. Tie: Alondra Hot Wings/Del Frisco’s Grille 22.86%Favorite Alternative Burger1. Umami Burger Ahi Tuna Burger 33.79%2. a/k/a Bistro Portobello Mushroom and Brie 22.83%3. Lucky Baldwin’s Pub Salmon Burger 15.98%Favorite Turkey Burger1. Umami Burger 32.88%2. Green Street Restaurant 22.07%3. Tie: Pie ‘n Burger/ Rounds Burgers 16.67%Favorite Sit Down/White Tablecloth Burger1. Green Street Restaurant 27.36%2. a/k/a Bistro 20.28%3. Central Park Restaurant 17.45%Favorite New Restaurant For a Burger1. Lucky Baldwin’s Trappiste Pub 35.21%2. Magnolia House 27.23%3. Alondra Hot Wings 18.31%Favorite Bar Burger1. Dog Haus Biergarten 8.14%2. Kings Row Gastropub 5.42%3. Lucky Baldwin’s 4.75%Favorite Veggie/Vegan Burger1. Umami Burger 30.2%2. The Counter 22.77%3. Pie ‘n Burger 11.39%Favorite Draught Beer with a Burger1. Dog Haus Biergarten 8.29%2. King’s Row Gastropub 5.8%3. Lucky Baldwin’s 5.46%Favorite Dessert after a Cheeseburger1. Pie ‘n Burger 48.66%2. POP Champagne and Dessert Bar 16.96%3. Twohey’s 15.63%Favorite Cocktail with/before/after a Burger1. Ruth’s Chris Steak House 30.94%2. La Grande Orange Café 24.22%3. POP Champagne and Dessert Bar 12.11%Here are our participants for the 2016 Cheeseburger Week in Pasadena:· a/k/a Bistro· Alondra Hot Wings· Bacchus’ Kitchen· Big Daddy’s Fire Grill· Brookside Golf Club (lunch only)· Cameron’s Seafood· Central Park Restaurant· Clearman’s Galley· The Counter· Del Frisco’s Grille· Dog Haus· Dog Haus Biergarten· Du-pars· dusit D2 hotel constance pasadena· The Eatery· El Portal Restaurant· Gale’s (lunch only)· Green Street Restaurant· Grill 168 at the Hilton Pasadena· Kings Row Gastropub· La Grande Orange Cafe· Lucky Baldwin’s Delirium Pub and Cafe· Lucky Baldwin’s Pub· Lucky Baldwin’s Trappiste Pub and Cafe· Magnolia House· Meat District Company· Pie ‘n Burger· POP Champagne & Dessert Bar· Real Food Daily· Robin’s Wood Fire BBQ· Rounds Premium Burgers· Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Happy Hour menu· Slater’s 50/50· Twohey’s Restaurant· Umami Burger· Vertical Wine Bistro· Yahaira’s Cafe· The Walrus and the Hedgehog faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Top of the News Subscribe Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Business News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena More Cool Stuff Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website HerbeautyShort On Time? 10-Minute Workouts Are Just What You NeedHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyBaby Boom: The Stars Are Getting Busy In QuarantineHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Hollywood Divas Who Fell In Love With WomenHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThe Most Heartwarming Moments Between Father And DaughterHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Ways To Get Into Shape You’ve Never Tried BeforeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeauty
iStock(NEW YORK) — Authorities are investigating body camera video from a deputy in Florida in which he is heard threatening to shoot a high school student attempting to leave campus.The confrontation between the officer, student and school employee occurred on Dec. 17 on the grounds of River Ridge High School in New Port Richey.According to Nedra Miller, her son — a high school student — was trying to go to an orthodontist appointment after dropping off another student at the school, when he encountered the officer and another employee, whom Pasco County schools identified as Cindy Bond.Officer Amanda Hunter with the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office told ABC News that the video had been released by Miller, after she’d put in a Freedom of Information Act request for it. The video was then released on Miller’s Facebook page on Jan. 30.In the body camera footage, the incident appears to have already started. Bond and the officer are in a golf cart and seem to be blocking the student’s pickup truck from leaving the parking lot. Bond tells the student that he needs to get a parent on the phone and then she’ll let him go.“You have to have permission from a parent to leave,” Bond tells the student.The teen inches his truck forward, and never gives the officer a reason for why he was leaving school, according to the video.“You’re truant,” says the officer, whom the department would not identify. “You’re gonna get shot, you get another f—— foot closer to me. You run into me, you’ll get f—— shot.”The officer never draws his weapon.“You’re not holding me here, right? But you’re standing in the way so I can’t leave,” the student says.“This is my campus, brother,” the officer says.Later, the officer tells the student again that he’s truant. “You’re trying to leave campus, that’s what truant is,” he says.“No, I’m not truant,” the student says. “I’m allowed to leave campus. I am old enough to leave. Are you holding me here against my will right now?”“You’re defying Ms. Bond, using profanities,” the officer says.Before the video ends, Bond tells the student to take an early vacation and not return for the rest of the school week.“You’re a high enough authority to do that right?” the student asks.“Yes, I am,” Bond says.Neither side budges on the video for several minutes until the student eventually leaves his vehicle and goes back into the school.“It’s actually so funny because I’m leaving to go do something, like, legitimate. … So when I come back with, like, an excuse paper that says I was allowed to leave, it’s, like, so funny,” the student says.“There is no excuse,” the officer says.“There is an excuse,” the student says. “I’m not gonna tell you.”Linda Cobbe, a spokeswoman for the Pasco County Schools, said that the video did not capture the entire incident. Because of the ongoing investigation into the incident, the sheriff’s department said it would not be releasing any of the officer’s body camera video. Cobbe said the student was in 11th grade at the high school.Cobbe told ABC News that Bond was a discipline instructions assistant whose tasks included keeping parents from entering the student parking lot to drop children off as well as stopping students from skipping school. Cobbe said that Bond had been “dealt with,” but that she was still working for the district.“All three were acting like children and all three are wrong,” Miller said in a Feb. 7 Tampa Bay Times article. “But the cop more so. He’s just flat out not OK to be around children. I was shocked that an officer of the law working with children would speak to my son that way.”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
The 2016 Harvard Horizons Symposium will take place on April 5 at 6:00 p.m. in Sanders Theatre. The symposium features brief talks by Harvard Horizons Scholars, highlighting the scholarship of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ Ph.D. students across the disciplines.The 2016 Harvard Horizons Scholars and their subjects are:Ashley Anderson, GovernmentGoing Political: Institutions, Labor Mobilization, and Democratic Unrest in the Middle EastCharrise Barron, African and African American StudiesThe Platinum Age of Gospel: Contemporary Gospel Music since the 1990sHenry Bowles, Comparative LiteratureAnatomy of “Decadence”Phoebe DeVries, Earth and Planetary SciencesTime-Dependent Stress Transfer and Earthquake Triggering along the North Anatolian Fault in TurkeyChen Liu, East Asian Languages and CivilizationsLasting Ephemera: The Culture of Marginalia in 12th Century ChinaCarolina Salguero, Molecular and Cellular BiologyTo Be, or Not to Be a Knot: The Basis of Translational Recoding in Viruses like SARS and HIVAriel White, GovernmentVoter Behavior in the Shadow of Punitive PoliciesThomas Wisniewski, Comparative LiteratureThe Rhythm of ProseThe event is free and open to the public. A reception will follow in the Memorial Hall transept.
What is point of sale financing (POSF) and why is it a no brainer for credit unions to enhance their recent lending success? Well, we answer those questions and more with CU Direct’s Senior Product Manager Michael Hartley, as he joins us to discuss POSF and CU Direct’s recent study with Filene Research Institute called: “Blue Ocean Lending for Credit Unions: Point of Sale Financing.” continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
GREENSBURG — The Northbound lane of the SR 3 overpass, which is currently undergoing reconstruction, closed momentarily on Thursday afternoon when a pickup truck caught fire and needed to be extinguished.According to the Greensburg Daily News, no injuries occured and that the driver was able to explain the events leading up to the incident.The fire was fully extinguished in around 10 minutes and traffic was soon after able to pass.