Tournament Of Roses
Preparations were underway Wednesday for the 126th Rose Parade in Pasadena.
The thousands of people who camp overnight or gather early to watch the annual Rose Parade will face an icy New Year’s morning as temperatures fall near or below freezing across much of southwest California, the National Weather Service said Tuesday.
Metro officials will offer free rides to the public on New Year’s Eve.
The seven young ladies were selected from 700 applicants to be acting ambassadors of the 126th Rose Parade and Rose Bowl game.
A Southland couple made history Wednesday as the first same-sex couple to be married on a float in the Rose Parade.
Danny LeClair and Aubrey Loots say they’re honored to have so many people be witness to their ceremony.
Some local farmers are making a push for Rose Parade floats to feature flowers grown in California.
For most Los Angeles Unified students, this week is simply part of a longer holiday break from school.
The Tournament of Roses has named a 17-year-old student to be queen of next year’s Rose Parade.
After the theft of about $8,000 worth of equipment from the construction site of the La Cañada Tournament of Roses Association, Wells Fargo Bank is coming to the rescue.
The final group of women were selected from a group of 30 finalists and will attend more than 100 community and media functions as ambassadors of the Tournament and the city through 2014.
Dodgers play-by-play announcer Vin Scully will be the Grand Marshal of the 2014 Tournament of Roses.
The thousands of tourists expected to visit Pasadena during the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl are predicted to bring millions to the cash-starved local economy.
One of the most highly anticipated and heavily watched televised events in the country takes place right here, in beautiful Pasadena – the annual Tournament of Roses Parade.
Out of 900 of the Pasadena area’s most accomplished young ladies, seven have been chosen to make up the 2013 Tournament of Roses’ Royal Court.