Archive for ‘November, 2009’


Unseated

Unseated

That must have been quite a game of musical chairs. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

iDo iMpressions

iDo iMpressions

Every evening, when the sun strikes at a certain angle, the mountains turn pink. I never tried to show you with my Olympus SP350, but I have a plan in mind to capture it with the Canon 20D when I’m good and ready. But today the pink moment happened with clouds and I didn’t have […]

Tierra Del Sol exhibit at library community room

Tierra Del Sol exhibit at library community room

Thru Nov. 30, the Altadena Library  Community Room presents an exhibit by the Tierra Del Sol Foundation, Sunland Studio. Tierra del Sol Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides training, employment, and support services for nearly 500 men and women with developmental disabilities, including autism, mental retardation and cerebral palsy. Tierra’s Sunland Studio Artists each […]

Shop Locally, Pasadena!

Shop Locally, Pasadena!

The “Grow Your Community. Shop Pasadena” campaign is geared to residents, workers and visitors. Now in its second year, the intention is to help everyone understand that local dollars spent locally keep people employed, pour money back into the local economy, and fund programs and services that improve the quality of life in this community. […]

Power outages in parts of town

Power outages in parts of town

Altadenablog World Headquarters is fine, but we're hearing reports of power outages in La Canada and parts of Altadena tonight — some reports are Lake north of New York, but we're trying to confirm the areas. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Going medieval

Going medieval

The Pasadena Waldorf School celebrated its annual Elves' Faire today, a family event that's part Ren faire, part hippie happening, all fun. Of course, Father Christmas was there. Kids clapped, drummed, and danced in the drum circle. Aerial jousting?  Why not? (Yes, that's John C. Reilly setting up the next flying knight). And this one […]

Arcadia Receives Federal Grant for Water Wells

Arcadia Receives Federal Grant for Water Wells

The City of Arcadia had recently obtained a $242,500 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency. This money will help fund the construction of two new water wells that will replace existing wells at Camino Real and Longley Way providing improved safety and seismic reliability as well as a higher storage capacity. Since 1996 the City […]

Elite: Monterey Park’s Finest?

Elite: Monterey Park’s Finest?

Our EAT: Los Angeles colleague Linda Burum, who knows more about Asian cuisines than I know about hamburgers, says that Elite in Monterey Park is currently home to the best dim sum in town. And I for one am not about to argue with her. The San Gabriel Valley’s reigning dim sum house eschews the […]

Caption this photo (#22)

Caption this photo (#22)

I need help with this one… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Tangerine Time

Tangerine Time

Regier Farms (Wednesday in Santa Monica, Saturday in Pasadena) is in the second week of its seedless, easy-to-peel Satsuma mandarin crop. Grower Troy Regier says it’s “looking like it’s going to be a good season.” Early fruit tends not to have a lot of sugar or bright color, but this fruit is already quite sweet, […]

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