Winning Moment

Photos by Terry Miller

Victoria Castellanos

2017 Rose Queen

2017 Tournament of Roses Court

2017 Rose Queen
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2017 Rose Queen

Victoria Castellanos was as the 99th Rose Queen® at the Announcement and Coronation ceremony at The Pasadena Playhouse. The announcement follows a month-long selection process with over 700 people participating in interviews. Masters of Ceremonies were Chuck Henry from NBC4 Southern California and 1988 Rose Queen Julie Myers King....
2017 ToR Grand Marshals
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2017 ToR Grand Marshals

Janet Evans, Allyson Felix, and Greg Louganis were announced Thursday as the 2017 Tournament of Roses® Grand Marshals. Evans, Felix and Louganis will ride in the 128th Rose Parade®, themed “Echoes of Success” on Monday, Jan. 2, 2017....
2017 Equestrian Lineup
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2017 Equestrian Lineup

Since the very beginning, horses have been part of the Rose Parade, with equines pulling flower decorated carriages on New Year’s Day 1890. Even with the advent of motorized vehicles in the parade, equestrian units have remained an integral component each year, highlighting a wide variety of breeds including graceful Andalusians, striking Percherons, and elegant Saddlebreds...
2017 Rose Bowl
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2017 Rose Bowl

The 103rd Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual will be held on MONDAY, January 2, 2017 and with feature Penn State University and the University of Southern California. Come early and enjoy pre-game activities including tailgates, Rose Queen and Royal Court appearances, and more...
Things To Do
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Things To Do

Known as the Entertainment capitol of the world, you can find it all in Pasadena or venture a little further into downtown Los Angeles. From world famous theme parks to landmark comedy clubs - take part in Southern California's vibrant nightlife. Laugh, sing, or dance the night away.
Rose Parade History
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Rose Parade History

This uniquely American event began as a promotional effort by Pasadena's distinguished Valley Hunt Club. In the winter of 1890, the club members brainstormed ways to promote the "Mediterranean of the West." They invited their former East Coast neighbors to a mid-winter holiday, where they could watch games such as chariot races, jousting, foot races, polo and tug-of-war under the warm California sun.

Around Town

  • Local Shopping - Historic streets and alleys
    of the original downtown Pasadena
    are buzzing with the latest in shopping

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