Archive for ‘October, 2010’


Special needs children can "Duck the Flu" with Danny’s Farm at Kidspace

Special needs children can "Duck the Flu" with Danny’s Farm at Kidspace

Next Sun., Nov 7, Danny’s Farm of Altadena and Pegasus Home Health Care will create the most fun-filled way to “Duck the Flu” this season at the Kidspace Children’s Museum in Pasadena. The event, targeted at children with special needs and their families, will be held at the Museum from noon to 3 PM. While […]

Pasadena Star News: Streetcar Desire Hits Pasadena

Pasadena Star News: Streetcar Desire Hits Pasadena

A whole week of good news related to mass transit in LA! This one comes from the recent completion of the financial feasibility study for a long-proposed modern Pasadena streetcar (akin to the very popular and successful streetcars in Portland) that would make a loop around Downtown Pasadena and encourage pedestrian activity to circulate between […]

Scariest horror movies, past & present

Scariest horror movies, past & present

Shutter Island, Daybreakers and The Wolfman are among the top scary movies of 2010, so far. But if you’re looking to set a spooky mood for Halloween, there are plenty of classics that could scare the bejeebers out of you and your friends. Think: The Exorcist, The Omen, The Blair Witch Project, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, […]

You only think you saw what you saw – Halloween with the Skeptic Society

You only think you saw what you saw – Halloween with the Skeptic Society

It was dark and stormy night (and by night I mean afternoon, we are on weekdays from 1 – 3pm) at the Mohn Broadcast Center and even though Patt was the only one in the studio she could hear the voices of calls from beyond – no, it isn’t a ghost story it is us […]

Tuk Tuk

Tuk Tuk

WHY Beef salad makes a light summer supper, and curries are also satisfying. WHAT One of the best Thai options on the westside, with clean, updated versions of favorite Thai dishes, served in a pleasant Asian-style décor. 8875 W. Pico Blvd., Pico-Robertson, 310.860.1872, tuktukla.com. L & D daily. MC, V, AE. Type: Restaurant Region: Westside: […]

Pasadena Independent – Oct 28 – 2010

Pasadena Independent – Oct 28 – 2010

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J.Jill What Works for Me Winner: Lesley the PH.D Candidate

J.Jill What Works for Me Winner: Lesley the PH.D Candidate

Hi, Chaos Crew… It’s the last week for our J.Jill What Works for Me Contest. For the past month, you’ve been sending us essays about your professional goals;  we’ve been reading, learning and feeling inspired as we picked eight winners to receive J.Jill Gift Cards.  This week’s winner is Lesley from Minnesota who impressed us […]

Out My Front Door

Out My Front Door

Yesterday morning when I opened my front door to go to work, the air was so crisp and clean, the grass was so green from the rains and the mountain was so beautiful that I quickly took out my camera and snapped a shot. I live in an 1,100-square-foot house on a 10,000-square-foot lot, and […]

PDP/PPM Books Contest, week 2

PDP/PPM Books Contest, week 2

I love the faded writing on some of the buildings in Old Town. This says “Keller Bros.” something. I can’t make it out. I wonder what kind of business the Keller brothers had in there. We’re looking at the back of the Braley Building on Raymond Avenue. The Braley has housed a lot of businesses: […]

Public Display of Affection

Public Display of Affection

There’s a great scene in The Philadelphia Story where Katherine Hepburn gleefully tells a room full of wedding guests, “years ago, you were invited to a wedding in this house and then I did you out of it by eloping to Maryland…which was very bad manners… But I hope to make it up to you […]

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