A Pasadena Latina


Adios, Portwenn

Adios, Portwenn

earlier in Pasadena… late middle-aged woman trips and falls – shatters wrist, surgery scheduled day of surgery4:30 wake up, 5:00 drive to Good Samaritan, 5:30 prompt arrival for pre-op check-in6:30 wheeled to operating room – hi, doc, hi, drape, high ‘bertaback from snooze land“you can take off the tourniquet” arm is like a sausage in […]

It’s Easter at Casa Martínez Grimes

It’s Easter at Casa Martínez Grimes

Easter came to our house via our dear friend Daisy.  Classy and kind soul that she is. The folks from the Pasadena Senior Center sent the get well flower arrangement.   went well with peek a boo eggs as well as the pisanki and pajaro mexicano. Wishing you and yours much love at this time […]

Saran serpent

Saran serpent

Last Friday I tripped and fell on a concrete walkway. Spent the week end thinking my my arm was broken – compression fracture.   Found out Monday – it was my wrist not my arm.   Tomorrow I’ll have surgery to fix the broken bones. This will be a part of my fashion statement for […]

His Students: Escalante’s Living Legacy

His Students: Escalante’s Living Legacy

If you look at the banners that surround PCC you’ll see images of alumni who have gone on to make their mark in the world after having attended the college.  You’ll find images of Jackie Robinson, Dr. Adriana Ocampo, Bob Mackie, Jerry Tarkanian, Betti Mae Scott.   You’ll see many more on the banners and […]

Cruising toward the magic

Cruising toward the magic

Pasadena City College is hosting an exhibit on Jaime Escalante, the math teacher featured in the movie “Stand and Deliver”.  Mr. Escalante was a student at PCC.  There’ll be several activities taking place connected with the exhibit. Tomorrow night, thursday, March 19th, 7:30 p.m. at Creveling Lounge there’ll be a staged reading of “Stand and […]

It’s pi day

It’s pi day

Some of us have taken this more to art than others… Idea, baked goods and photo – Nichole Mihara and Gregory Harrison

ArtNight – Spring 2105

ArtNight – Spring 2105

The worse thing about ArtNight? Don’t know as there is a worse thing. Only lots and lots and lots of choices. Tonight 6-10 p.m. I’m starting the night at Offramp Gallery.   http://www.offrampgallery.com/index.html Robert Kushner, Red Tulip, 2014 “Offramp presents a series of collage works on paper by New York artist Robert Kushner.  Utilizing book […]

Americans, known and unknown

Americans, known and unknown

The City of Pasadena does a lot things well.  One of the things at the top of the list is the annual “One City, One Story” community discussion presented by the Pasadena City Library.    To quote the City’s website “The idea of getting a community together to discuss a single book actually arose in […]

Election day and Election Night

Election day and Election Night

Today is Election Day in Altadena, Pasadena, and Sierra Madre. We have a chance to vote for some of the people who will make decisions that will affect our lives in ways we may or may not know. I voted early this morning.  If you haven’t voted yet, you have until 8:00 pm. This evening […]

2225.Day Six, Day Seven, Day Eight

2225.Day Six, Day Seven, Day Eight

Powell’s City of Books, first thing in the morning.  What a joy.   Courtesy http://ad-chemistry.com/2012/06/04/portland-outing-03-powells-books/ A department store’s worth of books – new, used, English, Russian, picture books, antiquarian’s delights.  For those haven’t been,  imagine Vroman’s on steroids – in the best way.   Courtesy – http://daltonchadeverett.com/2011/08/09/flashback-neil-gaiman-2006/ Directory and maps needed and supplied.   They are […]

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