Archive for ‘March, 2009’


Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 9

Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 9

Tom Gammill Lesson Nine Another lesson from the finest living comic-strip artist in Altadena. Enjoy!

Red White + Bluezz Delivers the Goods

Red White + Bluezz Delivers the Goods

We were remiss in not including Red White + Bluezz in the last edition of Hometown Pasadena the book, so we’ll make up for it here. Our colleague Jean Barrett over at sister site eat-la.com gave it a rave review. Check out what she has to say here. And note that the roster of musicians […]

Women's History Month at Caltech

Women's History Month at Caltech

Rumor has it there will be some awesome events at Caltech this month in honor of Women’s History Month. The theme this year is “Women: Taking the Lead to Save Our Planet.” The specifics have not been published yet, but we’ll keep our eyes out for what promise to be some awesome lectures. For more […]

Lots Happening Around Town

Lots Happening Around Town

Trails restoring, trees in peril, books worth reading… here’s what’s happening that you should know about: Imperiled public trees may be spared after all: Pasadena Star-News Stimulus money? One of our favorite trails, closed since the slides of 2005, is finally being repaired: Altadenablog.com Prospect Park Books had no idea there was a gallery right […]

Race for the Cure – Los Angeles

Race for the Cure – Los Angeles

This month is all about running in Pasadena. Sunday, March 15 is the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, supporting breast cancer research in the greater Los Angeles area. In addition to the run, there are a few less talked about ways to support this organization – like Knit for the Cure and, strangely, […]

Vroman's Bestsellers 03/02/09

Vroman's Bestsellers 03/02/09

Hardcover Fiction Deepest Cut, Dianne Emley In Other Rooms Other Wonders, Daniyal Mueenduddin Cream Puff Murder, Joanne Fluke All The Colors of Darkness, Peter Robinson Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, Mary Shaffer Night & Day, Robert Parker Drood, Dan Simmons Women, T C Boyle Heart & Soul, Maeve Binchy Whisper to the Blood, […]

Posts Around Pasadena

Posts Around Pasadena

A few things worth reading from around our cybersphere: Larry Wilson wades into the how-we-define-our-neighborhoods issue raised by the Los Angeles Times:   Pasadena Star-News A new blog is aiming to get lots of public participation on issues of development, design, sustainability and perfecting the general plan for the city of Pasadena:  Pasadena InSight Curbed L.A. […]

Pasadena's Scariest Restaurant?

Pasadena's Scariest Restaurant?

Our friend Pat Saperstein, proprietor of Eatingla.com, is having a contest to find L.A.’s scariest restaurant. Check it out by clicking here. Even though I’m not eligible to win, as the publisher of the grand prize (EAT: Los Angeles), I had to enter anyway just because of my years-long fascination with the very scary-looking Danny’s on […]

Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 8

Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 8

Tom Gammill Lesson Eight Another lesson from our very own Tom Gammill. Enjoy!

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