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The return of Rambro’ — and he brought a friend

The return of Rambro’ — and he brought a friend

From Alice Wessen, moderator of the Chaney Trail listserv: Chaney Trail listserve reports that there have been separate recent sightings of both the hunter known as “Rambro” a middle age, black male driving a maroon van, and another hunter, matching the following description: white male, husky build in camo-gear, with a backpack, wearing a large [...]

USGS looks at mudflows

USGS looks at mudflows

US Geophysical Survey has put out a report on the danger of mud flows (links to summary, but a pdf is available at the site).  And, says reader Chip Ossman, who alerted us to this document and has been following this story: Once again, the world has ignored Altadena, reducing us to "three basins east [...]

LA Weekly: did feds cause Station Fire disaster?

LA Weekly: did feds cause Station Fire disaster?

That's the musical question asked this week by LA Weekly's Jill Stewart (love her or hate her — we've been fans for years).  Opposing agendas, fire crew rivalries, enough fishy information to fill the White House email box  — no answers, but lots of questions being asked. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Deputies link burglaries to Blood street gangs

Deputies link burglaries to Blood street gangs

About 250 people packed the auditorium at Webster Elementary School Wednesday night to hear detectives from the Altadena sheriff's station talk about the rash of thefts and burglaries plaguing the east side of town. And — for the first time publicly — the sheriffs linked the crimes to organized street gangs: the Altadena Denver Lanes [...]

Days of mud and gravel

Days of mud and gravel

After the fire, the next thing we have to worry about is mud: the US Geological Survey has issued a release on what to expect once substantial rains start.  Some neighborhoods aren't out of the woods yet. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Midweek open comment madness

Midweek open comment madness

What's going on in your world?  Dish! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

It’s hiking time again!

It’s hiking time again!

Got this message from readers Bill & Kit Fisher: I just called the Angeles Forest office and found out that our trails are open–Echo Mountain (to Inspiration Point, it seems), Henninger and several others.  It's hiking time again! Just thought all the readers would like to know. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

It’s Walk to School Week for local students

It’s Walk to School Week for local students

PSN's education reporter Caroline An looks at Jackson Elementary's participation in Walk to School Week.  (Of course, when we were young, we walked to school uphill … both ways … in the SNOW!) Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Teen Read Week @ Library Oct. 18-24

Teen Read Week @ Library Oct. 18-24

The Altadena Library will be celebrating Teen Read Week 2009 “Read Beyond Reality” from October 18-24, with two events for teens: On Tuesday, October 20 @ 4 PM join in on our Come and Play! Gaming Event and challenge other teens to Rock Band® and other fun and challenging traditional games. Teens (13-17) make sure [...]

Boho-Highbrow Weekend Oct. 24-25

Boho-Highbrow Weekend Oct. 24-25

Travel back to some very high postwar times, an era commonly associated with conformity, crew cuts, and the Red Scare. In Altadena, an alternative universe was also in full flower. Revisit this with Altadena Heritage’s Concerts on the Crest weekend exhibition Oct. 24-25. Fifty years after the original Chilao Flats concerts — music, art, and [...]

Gooden Open House Saturday, January 11

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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