A Pasadena Latina


It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

For the bulk of this convalescent period I’ve mostly been at home.  Except for Thursdays.   Last week it was very brief speaking engagement.   Tonight I’m going to the El Centro fundraiser.   And Dr. Cynthia Olivo is the reason. Cynthia has been at Pasadena City College for six years and in that time [...]

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

For the bulk of this convalescent period I’ve mostly been at home.  Except for Thursdays.   Last week it was very brief speaking engagement.   Tonight I’m going to the El Centro fundraiser.   And Dr. Cynthia Olivo is the reason. Cynthia has been at Pasadena City College for six years and in that time [...]

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

For the bulk of this convalescent period I’ve mostly been at home.  Except for Thursdays.   Last week it was very brief speaking engagement.   Tonight I’m going to the El Centro fundraiser.   And Dr. Cynthia Olivo is the reason. Cynthia has been at Pasadena City College for six years and in that time [...]

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

For the bulk of this convalescent period I’ve mostly been at home.  Except for Thursdays.   Last week it was very brief speaking engagement.   Tonight I’m going to the El Centro fundraiser.   And Dr. Cynthia Olivo is the reason. Cynthia has been at Pasadena City College for six years and in that time [...]

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

It’s Thursday. There seems to be a pattern here

For the bulk of this convalescent period I’ve mostly been at home.  Except for Thursdays.   Last week it was very brief speaking engagement.   Tonight I’m going to the El Centro fundraiser.   And Dr. Cynthia Olivo is the reason. Cynthia has been at Pasadena City College for six years and in that time [...]

The view of my room; or what could be better than grade one, stage one

The view of my room; or what could be better than grade one, stage one

I don’t know.  How about grade IA and stage one. Yes.  Good news.  They got all the cancer. I need to return for a check-up every six months for the next five years.  Feeling fortunate to have healthcare; happy that doctors were pro-active; lucky to experience the kindness, love, and good food folks have shared [...]

The view of my room; or what could be better than grade one, stage one

The view of my room; or what could be better than grade one, stage one

I don’t know.  How about grade IA and stage one. Yes.  Good news.  They got all the cancer. I need to return for a check-up every six months for the next five years.  Feeling fortunate to have healthcare; happy that doctors were pro-active; lucky to experience the kindness, love, and good food folks have shared [...]

The view of my room; or what could be better than grade one, stage one

The view of my room; or what could be better than grade one, stage one

I don’t know.  How about grade IA and stage one. Yes.  Good news.  They got all the cancer. I need to return for a check-up every six months for the next five years.  Feeling fortunate to have healthcare; happy that doctors were pro-active; lucky to experience the kindness, love, and good food folks have shared [...]

A double throwback

A double throwback

From an era where the colors were darker than I was (trying to be). Sophomore or Junior year at Garfield High School, East Los. From a time when I was glad to be here. Last weekend, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, CA

A double throwback

A double throwback

From an era where the colors were darker than I was (trying to be). Sophomore or Junior year at Garfield High School, East Los. From a time when I was glad to be here. Last weekend, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, CA

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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