Archive for ‘November, 2010’


Thanksgiving open thread

Thanksgiving open thread

What are you thankful for? Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Little Pilgrim

Little Pilgrim

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Under southern California circumstances, a photo of chocolate turkeys in the rain is appropriate for Thanksgiving. Chocolate, turkeys and rain are just three of the many things I’m thankful for. I could go on, but let it suffice to say that the list of things for which I’m grateful is far longer than the list […]

Deadline is fast approaching for Christmas Tree Lane

Deadline is fast approaching for Christmas Tree Lane

… and the Christmas Tree Lane Assn. is asking for your help this weekend: This year because of the weather we are behind and need all the help we can get. We will be working if the weather is with us this coming Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 26th though the 28th. Because we are […]

Wildlife Groups Invite Public To Learn How To Coexist With Coyotes

Wildlife Groups Invite Public To Learn How To Coexist With Coyotes

Wildlife Groups Invite Public To Learn How To Coexist With Coyotes Meeting Called as Arcadia Has Already Snared 15 Coyotes, Including Two Juveniles In the wake of the Arcadia City Council’s hurried decision to try to eradicate coyotes in the community through the use of painful and deadly snares, three wildlife-protection organizations and a local […]

A Few Folks for Turkey

A Few Folks for Turkey

For about a decade, we’ve been hearing about the Thanksgiving dinner at our friends Debbie and Doug Deems. If you’ve lived in Pasadena a while, perhaps you’ve heard of it, too—or even been invited. They have a tendency to invite all their friends; the attendance of family is a given. Last year the Deemses sat […]

Old Pasadena Holiday Celebration This Weekend

Old Pasadena Holiday Celebration This Weekend

This is one of my favorite times of the year and part of the reason is because you have wonderful holiday events like this put on by the Old Pasadena Management District. Please check it out if you’re in the area this Thanksgiving weekend! From Old Pasadena’s website: Join us for a weekend of free, […]

America’s writer – an autobiography

America’s writer – an autobiography

William Faulkner called Mark Twain “the father of American literature.” And 100 years after Twain’s death, there’s a new wave of nostalgia for the author of the "Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and "Huckleberry Finn." "The Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 1," incorporates his thoughts dictated during the early years of the 20th Century. It’s full […]

Gobble gobble – Thanksgiving on a budget, with vegans, fregans and deep fryers!

Gobble gobble – Thanksgiving on a budget, with vegans, fregans and deep fryers!

Whether you don't know where the giblets are on your first turkey or you're deep into molecular gastro-cuisine, we can help! Chef and restaurant owner Susan Feniger and food writer Regina Schrambling join Patt to field your questions, basic and advanced, about Turkey and all its traditional and alternative trimmings. The experts also offer up […]

Novel Cafe Turns another Page – Introduces Gourmet Tapas

Novel Cafe Turns another Page – Introduces Gourmet Tapas

Tapas in Pasadena – A Novel Experience Indeed By Terry Miller I was recently privileged to attend a special party at the popular Novel Café in East Pasadena. I’ve tried several of the regular menu items such as the stunning salmon dish but had yet to try the new menu Novel was about to unveil. […]

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