Archive for ‘January, 2010’


Crabwalking in Suburbia

Crabwalking in Suburbia

Please forgive me if I am typing slowly. Every muscle in my body hurts, thanks to another Sizzling Saturday class at my gym. Every Saturday this month, my gym here in Pasadena has been trying out a new, fresh exercise class. And, in the spirit of my New Year To Do List item to Let’er […]

Arlington for All Ages

Arlington for All Ages

Our kids have been on first name basis with “Charlie” and “Betty” ever since spending an afternoon pulling weeds and lining pathways with Arroyo stones. Now, each time we stop by Pasadena’s secret garden, also known as Arlington Garden, the boys are always eager for new project assignments and/or just thrilled to be running along […]

2009 In Pictures

2009 In Pictures

The Year in Images seen though the lens of our photographers: 2010 Images Read the Full Story at Pasadena Independent

Little Rock Nine Author Speaks

Little Rock Nine Author Speaks

Dr. Terrence Roberts is one of the Little Rock Nine, the nine African-American students who volunteered to attend Little Rock Central High School in 1957 in the wake of Brown v. Board of Education. After Little Rock’s high schools were closed the following school year, Roberts completed his senior year at Los Angeles High School. […]

Citizens of the Year

Citizens of the Year

The indefagitable Bill Westphal sends this picture of Altadena Chamber Citizens of the Year "Mr. T" and C. Jake Truman, given recognition by state assemblyman Anthony Portantino. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Haitian Charity Event at Vertical

Haitian Charity Event at Vertical

Can you think of a better way to help people in a desperate situation thousands of miles away than by getting sauced next Saturday? You probably can, which is good, so go ahead and do that — and then afterwards come to Vertical for the Haitian Libations Charity Event. After 10 p.m., 50% of the […]

Westridge Summer Opportunities Fair

Westridge Summer Opportunities Fair

School may have just returned to session, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start thinking about what your kids are going to do this summer. Westridge’s fair brings together exhibitors from more than 100 camps and programs for kids in elementary and high school, with offerings in academic and cultural enrichment, outdoor adventure, […]

Altadena Library presents "Griot" Feb. 9

Altadena Library presents "Griot" Feb. 9

Asha's Baba presents "Griot," an experience for all ages and all times, exposing audiences to the ancient West African Bardic tradition known as Jaliyaa on Tues., Feb. 9, at 7 PM at the Altadena Library, 600 E. Mariposa. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

The Blues

The Blues

I think my vintage car series has more blue cars than red ones… but who’s counting? Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Last Day, January 2010

Last Day, January 2010

Johnson Field looks green after rain, doesn’t it? I took this photo January 23rd. At left, John and Boz face off. At right, a father and his kids play ball. It was inevitable that the twain should meet. After I took the shot I walked to the drinking fountain and met Jodie, the mom of […]

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