Archive for ‘October, 2009’


PMCA Scores with a Triple Header

PMCA Scores with a Triple Header

A triple-exhibit opening at the Pasadena Museum of California Art is bringing one of the most appealing shows in years to town. The headline exhibit is devoted to the work of California painter Wayne Thiebaud, with a survey of more than 100 of his works, from his famed bakery paintings to lesser-known landscapes and still […]

We Need to Dump Our Owner Financed Note!

We Need to Dump Our Owner Financed Note!

If you see tornado clouds forming on the horizon, chances are you’re going to grab a flashlight and a box of crackers, (and some wine and cheese to go with) and head for the cellar.  That is, unless you’re like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, who peddles along absolutely clueless, but with a nice […]

Pasadena Independent – October 1, 2009

Pasadena Independent – October 1, 2009

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Our Books Are a Bargain at the WeHo Book Fair

Our Books Are a Bargain at the WeHo Book Fair

Sunday brings the eighth annual return of the West Hollywood Book Fair, the coolest literary happening of the year in L.A., and we’ll be there to join in the fun — and give food-loving attendees a great deal, too. Come by the Prospect Park Books booth between 1 and 2 p.m. for a taste of […]

Pasadena Goes to WeHo

Pasadena Goes to WeHo

This Sunday your Pasadena publisher and such pals as Julie Campoy, owner of Julienne, head west for the eighth annual return of the West Hollywood Book Fair, the coolest literary happening of the year in L.A. Come by the Prospect Park Books booth between 1 and 2 p.m. for a taste of Julienne’s legendary Graham […]

Child Health Foundation clinic opens Oct. 12

Child Health Foundation clinic opens Oct. 12

While the country struggles with the issue of health care reform, Pasadena is moving forward with a collaborative effort to provide access to primary health care services to all underserved families within the city.  To showcase this important project initiated by the Pasadena Child Health Foundation (PCHF), the newly expanded and renovated health clinic at […]

Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy holds fundraiser Oct. 3

Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy holds fundraiser Oct. 3

The Arroyo & Foothills Conservancy (formerly the Altadena Foothills Conservancy) is holding a fundraiser this weekend: Dear Friends –  I hope you can join us for this event!  Assemblymember Anthony & Ellen Portantino And the Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy Board of Directors Cordially invite you to an Afternoon tea celebrating the introduction of The Foothills […]

Contrast

Contrast

It’s the first of the month, and than means it’s Theme Day for participating City Daily Photobloggers. This month’s theme is Contrast. Lovely, mesmerizing contrast. It’s why I adore monochrome photography and night shooting — all those dark darks and silvery lights turn my little bedroom community of South Pas into a film noir playground. […]

Theme Day: Contrast

Theme Day: Contrast

This is not a scene from the Station Fire. It’s the remains of a small brush fire that occurred within the Cobb Estate in Altadena within the last year. I thought it appropriate for today’s City Daily Photo blog theme day because it shows the contrast of the burned forest in the foreground and the […]

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