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Artists: deadline for Home Studio Tour weekend is May 23

Artists: deadline for Home Studio Tour weekend is May 23

Altadena artists!  Time is running out to be a part of next month's "Self-Guided Home Studio Art Tour." McGinty's Gallery at the End of the World is calling for local artists to be part of the self-guided tour for art lovers on the weekend of June 25-27.  Deadline to participate is May 23. Artists must [...]

Monday’s packed already …

Monday’s packed already …

There's a lot going on, but we'll have to wait until Monday to catch up on it all (we're trying to get Dr. Mrs. Altadenablog and Spawn 2 out of town tomorrow, and things just got away from us today).  Expect some major updates during the day Monday! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Read to Pearl at the Library, May 22

Read to Pearl at the Library, May 22

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Under construction

Under construction

Looking for opinions on the new look: for body copy — serif (i.e. a Times Roman type) or sanserif (i.e. Helvetica type)?  Sanserif is cleaner looking, but serif-ed is actually easier to read.  We went to serif-ed type today, just to see what it looks like, and aren't sure.  What's your opinion? Read the Full [...]

Mt. Wilson superintendent recounts Station Fire ordeal

Mt. Wilson superintendent recounts Station Fire ordeal

The Battle for Mt. Wilson — the extraordinary effort of firefighters to save the historical observatory and communication towers from the wrath of the Station Fire last summer– was recounted Wednesday night by one who was there. Dave Jurasevich, superintendent of the Mt. Wilson Observatory, spoke to a full house at the Sierra Club's monthly [...]

Deputies investigate stabbing on Fair Oaks last night

Deputies investigate stabbing on Fair Oaks last night

Deputies were called in to a stabbing at the 2600 block of N. Fair Oaks at 10:15 last night. According to LA Sheriff Lt. Sheila Sanchez, the victim was a male adult Hispanic who was transported to Huntington Memorial Hospital and released after being treated for minor injuries.  A suspect in the incident has not [...]

Ch-ch-ch-changes

Ch-ch-ch-changes

We're experimenting with refreshing our look, as you longtime readers can tell.  There's a lot of playing involved, but if there's anything you like or that rubs you the wrong way or is good or bad usability wise, comment away! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Johnny’s Animal Land next week at the Library

Johnny’s Animal Land next week at the Library

Come to the Altadena Library next Tues., May 11, at 6:30 PM for Johnny's Animal Land.  Children age 3-8 can build their very own animal and decorate a T0shirt for their new friend.  Pre-registration is required — call 798-0833 ext. 109, or sign up at the children's reference desk. Read the Full Story at Altadena [...]

Building an airplane in flight

Building an airplane in flight

We're going to be doing some upgrades, redesign, and make some other improvements on Altadenablog in the near future, so don't be alarmed!  It'll be an adventure! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Morning gleanings

Morning gleanings

Sid Gally's historical article @ PSN is about the La Posada rail hotel in Winslow, AZ. It was designed by Harvey Co. architect Mary Colter, who was a sometime Altadena resident. Dave Jurasevich, superintendent of the Mount Wilson Institute, will present "Surviving the Station Fire" at the Pasadena Sierra Club's meeting at 7:30 PM. Wed. [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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