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Darryl Dunn

Darryl Dunn

Darryl Dunn is general manager of the Rose Bowl Stadium and that’s no small job. He oversees everything from facilities to finances, maintains relationships with biggies in the worlds of sports and entertainment, reports to the Rose Bowl Operating Company Board, and is a dedicated family man to boot. Every year Darryl, Assistant General Manager […]

A Blueprint to End Hunger

A Blueprint to End Hunger

The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles says L.A. is in the midst of a hunger crisis, with over 1.25 million people in LA County, mostly children and the elderly, struggling to get enough to eat. As part of their “Blueprint to End Hunger”, the Federation is calling on elected officials to declare Los Angeles […]

Pasadena Independent – November 26th, 2009

Pasadena Independent – November 26th, 2009

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Chaos Chronicles Podcast 210 is up!

Chaos Chronicles Podcast 210 is up!

Trust me, your going to want to stick around for the end of Chaos Chronicles Podcast 210! I know I had to…On The Show Today:The Chaos Chronicles: Last minute Turkey day decisionsThe Parenting Trend I wish I had identifiedThe Thanksgiving Un To Do List: yours and mineThe Shocking ConclusionThanks to Sarah for filling in the […]

Are public employee unions bankrupting the nation?

Are public employee unions bankrupting the nation?

In his new book “Plunder,” Sacramento based investigative journalist Steven Greenhut argues that public workers earn more than other Americans and receive vastly superior benefits. Greenhut claims that outsized retirement pensions and benefits packages place a huge burden on state and federal treasuries, resulting in higher taxes and massive debt. Steven Greenhut goes toe-to-toe on […]

Where Chefs Eat on the Cheap

Where Chefs Eat on the Cheap

Whether it’s making homemade gifts, stocking up on bargain wine or doing a little more cooking than catering, we’re all penny pinching this holiday season. Chefs may be producing high-dollar cocktail parties and holiday dinners at their restaurants this time of year, but when they finally get a night off, they’re looking for a tasty […]

Wurstküche

Wurstküche

WHY The perfect blend of juicy sausage, substantial-but-not-huge bun and sweet-savory onions and peppers. WHAT The two young turks behind this industrial-hip beer garden at 3rd and Traction keep it simple: You got your sausage, your beer and your fries. What more could you possibly need? Ranging from the classic (brats, kielbasa) to the Californian […]

Gift Books for Kids

Gift Books for Kids

I just came across a book that has become The One I Give to New Parents So They Do Not Lose Their Minds Reading the Same Thing Over and Over. For years I gave new parents/children the charming and quirky George and Martha: The Complete Stories of Two Best Friends by James Marshall. I am convinced […]

Dec. 12 in Altadena: start with the Christmas Tree Lane crafts & lighting …

Dec. 12 in Altadena: start with the Christmas Tree Lane crafts & lighting …

On Dec. 12, 2009, the Christmas Tree Lane Association will be hosting its 89th Annual Lighting Ceremony and its first Winter Arts and Crafts Festival at the Altadena Main Public Library. Beginning at 2 PM, there will be arts and crafts, a petting zoo, performances by local groups and Santa Claus with his sleigh for […]

Night Rider

Night Rider

This old muscle car looked cool the other night as it lurked in the shadows of an otherwise empty lot. I’ve already come up with some fanciful scenarios about why it was there (a stakeout, a shady deal, a secret tryst) but does anyone else want to chime in? Read the Full Story at Glimpses […]

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