Maybe Pasadena’s Rose Parade on New Year’s Day once served as a beacon attracting residents of Eastern and Midwestern states to migrate to California. But that notion has long past, and California’s population is changing – generally, growing older and declining with emigration.
Maybe Pasadena’s Rose Parade on New Year’s Day once served as a beacon attracting residents of Eastern and Midwestern states to migrate to California. But that notion has long past, and California’s population is changing – generally, growing older and declining with emigration. Michael Owen Baker ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
Maybe Pasadena’s Rose Parade on New Year’s Day once served as a beacon attracting residents of Eastern and Midwestern states to migrate to California. But that notion has long past, and California’s population is changing – generally, growing older and declining with emigration. Michael Owen Baker ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
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