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Doo Dah Parade Brings Its Loopy Charm to East Pasadena

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The Occasional Doo Dah parade is the biggest parade in Pasadena that will never add "presented by Honda" to its name. All of the usual suspects showed up on the sunny spring day in East Pasadena: stoners, atheists, rockers and Doo Dah royalty past and present.