Archive for ‘May, 2010’


Westgate Phase I Construction Wrapping Up

Westgate Phase I Construction Wrapping Up

The first phase of the Westgate project is definitely wrapping up soon. I would say that about 80% of the entire thing is complete from a quick visual survey and walk through. I took these pictures last week and was thoroughly impressed with the outcome of the complex. I love how each building is designed […]

Wrapping up the Cannes Film Festival

Wrapping up the Cannes Film Festival

Before the curtain falls on the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, Larry and guests chat about this season’s cinematic highlights. What are the hottest, must-see films? Who will take home the big prizes this weekend? Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Author Carlos Ruiz Zafón on his latest work

Author Carlos Ruiz Zafón on his latest work

Increasingly, book worms no longer regard authors as belonging to a single country. The internet—and with it, Facebook, YouTube, blogs, et al—has bridged many national gaps in a furious race towards globalization. The subsequent phenomenon has been authors like Carlos Ruiz Zafón. Born in Barcelona, and living in Los Angeles since 1993, the internationally acclaimed […]

Food as Art, Art as Food

Food as Art, Art as Food

Scion Space, a gallery in Culver City, is launching a show this week called Palate, devoted to art inspired by the edible. With works by such artists as Clare Crespo. Martha Rich and Scott Hove, the show promises to be quite diverse, exhibiting works from the whimsical (Martha Rich’s cake and ice cream paintings) to […]

25 Minutes can Save a Child’s Life

25 Minutes can Save a Child’s Life

The 4th Annual  “Take 25” national campaign, sponsored by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is May 25th.  The Pasadena Police Department will participate by taking 25 minutes at over a dozen schools at morning assemblies to teach children how to stay safe. “The  Communications Section has taken the leadership initiative to get […]

Altadena Chamber Monthly Mixer May 27 @ Steve’s Pets

Altadena Chamber Monthly Mixer May 27 @ Steve’s Pets

It’s time to mix, meet and greet! Trade business cards, network and meet fellow business members.Bring a raffle prize and you earn a 30 second commercial. Thursday, May 27, 20105:30-7:00 PMSteve’s Pets2395 N. Lake AvenueAltadena, CA 91001 Ms. Carrie Meyers, Chamber President is your host! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

A Graduation Handbook for Parents and Sibling Rivalry Tips

A Graduation Handbook for Parents and Sibling Rivalry Tips

Good morning, Chaos Crew. I am on the rebound from a full-on head cold that knocked me out yesterday. So, while I prepare for Chaos Chronicles podcast 232, I am putting up links to two article for your enjoyment: a Graduation Handbook for Parents and Soothing Sibling Rivalry. I hope this keeps you busy while […]

Tasty Noodle House

Tasty Noodle House

What was just another good strip-mall noodle joint has become a food-lover’s destination in recent months, ever since Jonathan Gold discovered that it had a new chef who is quite serious about his cooking. It’s still a little strip-mall joint, but it’s now more attractive and comfortable than most, with booth seating and friendly service. […]

Lincoln Vampire Log Lags a Bit

Lincoln Vampire Log Lags a Bit

I am an oozing, drooling undead groupie for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, so I rushed out to buy Seth Grahame-Smith’s latest mashup, Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. The premise is deliciously dumb: In addition to his other accomplishments, Honest Abe is a hunter of vampires, who are depicted in “historic” photos throughout the book in […]

Bird’s Eye View

Bird’s Eye View

Well, the one on the lamp post anyway… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

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