Archive for ‘September, 2009’


Day of Delicious Action

Day of Delicious Action

Slow Food USA has declared this Labor Day a “day of action” to demand better nutrition and better quality food in public schools. To draw attention to the cause, concerned civilians everywhere are holding “eat-ins,” community potlucks to eat and discuss the future of public-school lunches. Potluckers will sign petitions, call members of Congress and […]

Koreatown

Koreatown

Chapman Plaza, the late 1920s marketplace on 6th Street with Churrigueresque flourishes and romantic drive-through archways, is a striking icon of old Los Angeles. The plaza is also a symbol of the new L.A. — a bustling, high-style warren that’s the perfect starting point for exploring Koreatown, which boasts an staggeringly […] Visit the Eat: […]

Library offers homeschool information night

Library offers homeschool information night

The Altadena Library is holding a "Homeschool Information Night" on Tues., Sept. 29, from 6:30-8:30 PM at the Library's community room, 600 E. Mariposa. Speaker will be Tammy Takahashi, homeschooling author and expert, who will answer questons and address concerns about homeschooling. Go to AltadenaBlog

Big

Big

It’s the first of the month, and that means Theme Day for participating City Daily Photo bloggers. I missed the last one, but when I checked yesterday found out this month’s theme, I knew I had to participate. This month’s theme is Big. Well, I certainly have a picture for that. (In fact, I have […]

Theme Day: Big

Theme Day: Big

For two days I’ve been trying to capture a compelling photo of the pyrocumulus cloud that hangs over the San Gabriel Mountains north of Pasadena and Altadena. It can be seen for at least 70 miles. I know this because I shot pictures of it yesterday from Huntington Beach. But I can’t do it justice. […]

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