Archive for ‘June, 2010’


Los Tigres Del Norte at Disney Hall

Los Tigres Del Norte at Disney Hall

From a small farming town in Mexico to the top of Latin music charts, Los Tigres del Norte have come a long way over their three-decade career. The norteño-ensemble of brothers and cousins are fixtures in the Latin music scene, with more than 55 albums under their belt and five Latin Grammy Awards. Their corridos […]

Folly jolly time at the Folly Bowl

Folly jolly time at the Folly Bowl

The Folly Bowl — one of the supreme "only in Altadena" places — will hold a short, late concert Saturday night with HB3 performing from 9 -10 PM. Susanna Dadd, who with James Griffith host the Folly Bowl in their own backyard,  said that the late concert was to accommodate concertgoers who will also be […]

Chalk Festival Makes History – Guinness Is Good for Pasadena

Chalk Festival Makes History – Guinness Is Good for Pasadena

Chalk Festival Sets World Record By Terry Miller The 18th annual Pasadena Chalk Festival during the Father’s Day weekend was the biggest in Pasadena’s history – It also has made history as the World’s Largest Street “painting” festival deemed, albeit unofficially, by The famous Guinness Book of Records. Organizers of the two day event said […]

To Do List for Friday June 25th! Plus, New Satellite Sisters Podcast up!

To Do List for Friday June 25th! Plus, New Satellite Sisters Podcast up!

Hello, Chaos Crew… Two sisters, one mic, one new Satellite Sisters podcast! What a day it is shaping up to be: there is a new Satellite Sisters podcast up at the satellitesisters website AND we are in full preparation mode for the World Cup Knockstage match of US v. Ghana. Plus, I found the optometrist […]

Talking ’bout the Budget

Talking ’bout the Budget

On Saturday, Pasadena will be one of 20 or so cities around the country to be centers for town hall discussions about the challenges of the American economy. These are being orchestrated by America Speaks, a 15-year-old, refreshingly nonpartisan organization committed to encouraging more grassroots, community participation in national governance. Not only is Pasadena the […]

Red White and Blue

Red White and Blue

Just gearing up for next month… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Pasadena Sandwich Company

Pasadena Sandwich Company

I kept meaning to try the Pasadena Sandwich Company but there was never a parking space in front. Well, duh. There’s a parking lot in back. They have plenty of parking. Inside they have plenty of clocks, plenty of hats and plenty of food. My Veggie Supreme was so big I was able to eat […]

Altadena native newsman David Stevenson receives broadcast awards

Altadena native newsman David Stevenson receives broadcast awards

Altadena native and 1984 John Muir High School graduate David Stevenson has been on the receiving end of several prestigious awards for his work as a television newsman. He currently resides in San Francisco and is the San Francisco Bureau Chief for television station KTVU Channel 2. Stevenson and several colleagues from KTVU were honored […]

Vacation: we certainly don’t do it like the French

Vacation: we certainly don’t do it like the French

Are Americans afraid to take vacation? We’ve earned a global reputation as workaholics; we’re the only advanced economy in the world that does not guarantee paid vacation time to our workers; and now, in a recession, could it be that we’re scared of losing our jobs if we take our due time off? According to […]

Library announces July Friday film festival

Library announces July Friday film festival

The Altadena Library, 600 E. Mariposa, will hold its summer film extravaganza every Friday afternoon in July, starting at 3:30 PM.  Films are PG or PG-13, and admission is free. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

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