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Altadena Community Center, Altadena Drive

Altadena Community Center, Altadena Drive

Isn’t amazing how stepping a few feet  in any direction  can give you such a different  sense of space?

What was inside?

What was inside?

Seen on a truck at the intersection of Washington and Fair Oaks. C’mon, don’t you wonder? I did, tried to look it up, and found nothing on the internet that matched this.   Maybe you can be a detective and find it. Good luck and please let me know what you find out.

California Poet Laureate to visit PCC tonight at 7 p.m.

California Poet Laureate to visit PCC tonight at 7 p.m.

Imagine you did something so well, that folks came to listen or see you do that skill.  Imagine that you were so good at the art or skill that you were paid to share that talent.  Now imagine that your work expressed the sentiments of a large enough pool of people that you were noticed [...]

Changing of the Guards

Changing of the Guards

One of us was working earlier this morning. One of us is still working. Much later in the day…should I feel safer or more concerned?

Who’s been doing what and why

Who’s been doing what and why

 This organizing and purging has taken a lot of time.  It’s telling that a frequent comment I’ve been hearing is “where’ve you been?” or “what you been doing?”  Don’t give much of an answer because “I’ve been dusting cobwebs off of old clothes”, isn’t much of a conversation starter. Been sorting through family pictures.  Found [...]

How time does fly

How time does fly

Last weekend was all about vast spans. This week seems to be about the small backyard miracles.

Monday Mornings Dos

Monday Mornings Dos

What a weekend!  Friday we were out and about in the rain – snow on the mountains. photo – James Grimes The rest of the weekend was focused on the house, messing around with weeds and mulch.  Putting palettes in place – ready to be painted.  Lots to do since we don’t have rain on [...]

Sunday morning reads

Sunday morning reads

2013 International Women’s Day

2013 International Women’s Day

Years ago Madison Principal  and Latino Heritage board member, Sandra Macis, established the Cesar Chavez Art and Essay Contest.  It seemed fitting that we would modify the contest to better reflect the work done by Cesar and Dolores by renaming the contest and adding material that was pertinent to her life. Here is a brief [...]

What?

What?

I’m a bit of political wonk.  I don’t like games with strategy as a core component, but the interaction between folks as they make decisions is fascinating to me. Last night I learned some statistics about our local elections.  Most surprising to me is the way absentee voting is increasing.  The stats that were shared [...]

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