A Pasadena Latina


With or without a Christmas bow

With or without a Christmas bow
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Some years James and I have been very predictable in our Christmas gift desires. This year I asked for something that is low in twinkle factor but will offer great returns. In the past I’ve tried growing an avocado tree from a pit and have had no luck. Actually I’ve tried several times and failed […]

Miracle of miracles, in the Martinez/Grimes yard

Miracle of miracles, in the Martinez/Grimes yard

James let me know I needed to go out to the backyard. Had to wonder why. It’s a miracle – a small one – but, it’s a miracle. He fixed the swing! Happy, happy me. This left me thankful to James and with a need to hear a little Fiddler on the Roof Miracle of […]

La Virgen de Guadalupe, Dios Inanztin

La Virgen de Guadalupe, Dios Inanztin

This year is the 10th anninversary of the paresenation of the La Virgen de Guadalupe, Dios Inantzin at the Los Angeles Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. The performance will begin at 7:30, but I’ll need to arrive considerably earlier because the 3,000 seats will be filled and this may be the last year […]

Una cronista in Pasadena

Una cronista in Pasadena

Yesterday I shared the sentiment that things happen at their own pace and sometimes this can be an ideal thing. My column Pasadena Chronicles/Las Crónicas de Pasadena is an example of this. I’d been thinking about writing a bit more, but didn’t know how that might happen. I also had the opportunity to share some […]

Las Crónicas de Pasadena/Pasadena Chronicles

Las Crónicas de Pasadena/Pasadena Chronicles

The e-magazine Pasadena Now has been around for about a decade. For almost that whole time editor and founder James Macpherson has talked about the benefits of having information shared bilingually in the area. His father had a passion for things Mexicano and having things in Spanish seemed like something that just made sense. Sometimes […]

From the Other Side

From the Other Side

I never get to take pictures of our Latino Heritage parade or the jamaica, so it was so much fun to take pictures of the parade yesterday. I took a couple hundred candids and found it easy to edit out about 100. Then there was a second round. The challenge being in remembering that evocative […]

Fantasy on Figueroa in Highland Park

Fantasy on Figueroa in Highland Park

Saw this great portable hotel in Wyoming. Lovely inside, not much of a parade vehicle. I’m am about 1,000% sure I won’t be riding in a vehicle like this in the North East LA Parade @ 1:00. I’ll be waving and taking of pictures of those along the route on Figueroa from Avenue 50 – […]

Deposits and withdrawals

Deposits and withdrawals

James and I were finally able to prep and then place coats of paint our table on our side porch. Turned out better than we thought it might. Neat, clean, even a bit shiny. The winds on Wednesday denied us too much pride filled time. Fresh dirt, no leaves.

Thursday’s Treemendous Tour

Thursday’s Treemendous Tour

Being without milk I had to make a trip to the store. I was not able to drive home directly. Partially because of the tree slalom on El Molino. The signal on the right is at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and El Molino. Partially because I couldn’t help but stop to take pictures of […]

10:00 PM update -http://www.cityofpasadena.net/

10:00 PM update -http://www.cityofpasadena.net/

Pasadena Water and Power crews have restored electricity to all but about 1,500 customers and are working diligently to finish the job following last night’s severe Santa Ana wind storm. The City of Pasadena, like several other area local governments, declared a local emergency in response to storm damage and brought together an emergency operation […]

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