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Shop with a Cop

Shop with a Cop
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Pasadena Rotary Club hosted its second “Shop with a Cop” for the holidays with kids from the Pasadena Police Activities League (P. A. L.). Rotary Committee members J.P. Harris and Ed Hearst coordinated the event with Pasadena Police Dept., distributing $50 Target gift cards for an afternoon of shopping, along with a bag of goodies […]

Snow Days & Noon Year’s Eve

Snow Days & Noon Year’s Eve

Besides perfecting one’s snow angel-making and honing one’s snowball-making skills, kids can enjoy snow flakes crafts, the smells of winter, arctic animals, weeble wobble penguins, a winter wonder box, and messy winter art. It’s the annual winter wonderland of “Snow Days” at Kidspace, December 26-30. There will also be cookie decorating, a seedlings give-away, and […]

Wine & Song

Wine & Song

  Text by Wine & Song with host singer/songwriter Brad Colerick. Alice Wallace and JC & Laney will be our featured artists for the final 2015 Wine & Song  show. I’ve been eager to see Alice for months since hearing about her as an official showcase artist at the FAR-West Folk Alliance conference.       […]

Y. C. Hong

Y. C. Hong

Chinese men had already helped build the California Central Railroad, the RR from Sacrament to Marysville, and the San Jose Railway. The Honorable John T. Doolittle of California addressed his fellow representatives in Washington D. C. in April 1999, to honor the Chinese-American community. Regarding the building of a connecting railroad line that runs for […]

Winter Snow

Winter Snow

  We’re grateful to Dave Tushla for allowing us to share more of his photos of Yosemite. We thought visions of snow would be perfect for this holiday season, even if we’re celebrating it in seventy degree weather. Location: Yosemite National Park Date: Early December 2015 Type: Black & White, no filters or Photoshop   […]

4 Friday Photos

4 Friday Photos

Kate Carvellas came to our attention once again when she posted “4 Friday Photos.” We then perused more of her “days” and found more images we wished to share, and we’re grateful for Kate’s permission to do so. And, if you enjoy the gift of giving art for the holidays, Kate’s having a sale of […]

Century Books in Green St. Village & a Bit o’ Dark Chocolate

Century Books in Green St. Village & a Bit o’ Dark Chocolate

Century Books is for people who love books; love to browse, peruse and read a little; who like Persian rugs, wood floors, graceful tables, natural light, and old English-type, large muntin windows; who don’t mind stacks of books on the floor (similar to the stacks we have in our own home) and enjoy a good […]

A Zorthian Winter Solstice

A Zorthian Winter Solstice

Apparently, we have Winter Solstice on the brain as this is the third article in this week’s edition of Hometown Pasadena in which we mention this “shortest day of light.” Christina Sirgun Powers of Yoga for Balance in Altadena has been teaching kundalini yoga for twelve years and on December 19, she’ll be up at […]

Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice

When you startle awake in the dark morning heart pounding breathing fast sitting bolt upright staring into dark whirlpool black hole feeling its suction Get out of bed knock at the door of your nearest friend ask to lie down ask to be held Listen while whispered words turn the hole into deep night sky […]

How’s Your Faith?

How’s Your Faith?

We’re all looking, aren’t we? We’re all trying to fit the pieces of our life puzzle together so it somehow makes sense, somehow fits. This isn’t the direction to which we would normally look, but maybe the book we read next is David Gregory’s… While David Gregory was covering the White House, he had the […]

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