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Webster’s Fine Stationery has a "Black Friday" sale

Webster’s Fine Stationery has a "Black Friday" sale

Gearing up for the holidays already?  Lori Webster of (Altadenablog sponsor) Webster's Fine Stationers is holding a "Black Friday" sale, 8:30-4 PM: In these hard economic times, we want to show our appreciation for our customers by providing the opportunity for exceptional savings on your favorite fine stationery, select office supplies, unique gifts and elegant [...]

Altadena Elementary holds rummage sale Dec. 5

Altadena Elementary holds rummage sale Dec. 5

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Community Development Corp. looking for board members

Community Development Corp. looking for board members

The Community Development Corporation of Altadena (CDCA), a not for profit community development corporation, is seeking candidates to serve as members of its founding board of directors/officers of the board. The mission of this newly formed organization is to promote community and economic development and to promote community education and leadership development in order to [...]

Tierra Del Sol exhibit at library community room

Tierra Del Sol exhibit at library community room

Thru Nov. 30, the Altadena Library  Community Room presents an exhibit by the Tierra Del Sol Foundation, Sunland Studio. Tierra del Sol Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides training, employment, and support services for nearly 500 men and women with developmental disabilities, including autism, mental retardation and cerebral palsy. Tierra’s Sunland Studio Artists each [...]

Power outages in parts of town

Power outages in parts of town

Altadenablog World Headquarters is fine, but we're hearing reports of power outages in La Canada and parts of Altadena tonight — some reports are Lake north of New York, but we're trying to confirm the areas. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Going medieval

Going medieval

The Pasadena Waldorf School celebrated its annual Elves' Faire today, a family event that's part Ren faire, part hippie happening, all fun. Of course, Father Christmas was there. Kids clapped, drummed, and danced in the drum circle. Aerial jousting?  Why not? (Yes, that's John C. Reilly setting up the next flying knight). And this one [...]

Marla Frazee @ Vroman’s Sat.

Marla Frazee @ Vroman’s Sat.

Just picked this up from our friends at Hometown Pasadena: Altadena-based children's illustrator/author Marla Frazee will be signing her new book, All the World, at Vroman's tomorrow at 10:30 AM.  (Harriett You'll Drive Me Wild is a staple in our house!)  Be there! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

350,000

350,000

Hit another milestone today — 350,000 pageviews to date. Again, thank you to all our sponsors for believing enough in us to support the work in the most concrete way.  Thank you to our mighty contributors, especially Hall of Famers like Bill Westphal, Chris Considine, Monica Hubbard, Carolyn Seitz, and Michele Zack.  Thank you to [...]

Aveson’s culinary arts students feed the homeless

Aveson’s culinary arts students feed the homeless

Educaton writer Caroline An has a story in this morning's PSN about Aveson Charter School's culinary arts academy.  One of their projects is to prepare a meal every month for residents of Union Station homeless shelter, and they're going all out for Thanksgiving (but no turkey!).  Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

PUSD opens universal preschool at Loma Alta

PUSD opens universal preschool at Loma Alta

We were unable to make this event, but they kindly sent us this release: ALTADENA – Parents, children and representatives of Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) and Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP) joined Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich on Nov. 19 to celebrate the opening of a preschool in Altadena that caters to [...]

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Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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