Archive for ‘December, 2010’


It’s a bird, it’s a plane… no, it’s a flying car!

It’s a bird, it’s a plane… no, it’s a flying car!

It’s almost 2011 and yet the world of the Jetsons still seems far off. People have been dreaming of flying cars for decades, while the drivers of Los Angeles dream about flying cars every day as they sit in traffic commuting to and from work. The prototypes still need a lot of work and there […]

and raining and raining and raining…

and raining and raining and raining…

Ok. Seriously. Enough already. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Area Residents Urged to Prepare for Storms

Area Residents Urged to Prepare for Storms

PASADENA RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO PREPARE FOR NEXT STORM The latest from the weather desk: This Afternoon: Rain, with thunderstorms also possible after 4pm. High near 60. Southeast wind around 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. Tonight: Rain and possibly a thunderstorm. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. Low around 52. Breezy, with […]

Stormwatch: saturated ground means greater potential for floods and mud

Stormwatch: saturated ground means greater potential for floods and mud

The latest compilation from Carolyn Seitz: For the Altadena burn areas: RAINFALL Between 4:00 am Tuesday and 4:00 am Wednesday, rainfall is predicted to be 2.6 inches. FLOODING, MUD & DEBRIS FLOWS Because of the possibility that the burn areas may already have reached saturation, the potential for flooding, mud and debris flows in and […]

Census: 308.7 million people live in the U.S. but population growth is at its lowest rate since the Great Depression

Census: 308.7 million people live in the U.S. but population growth is at its lowest rate since the Great Depression

According to Census Bureau data released today, the population of the United States grew 9.7% to 308,745,538 over the past decade. This is the slowest rate since the Great Depression. But strong population growth continued in the South and West. California is the most populous state with 37.2 million residents. As a result of the […]

Moore’s Delicatessen

Moore’s Delicatessen

WHY Our new favorite chicken soup in town, plus quality, classic deli fare and tasty, affordable wines and beers. WHAT Robert Moore, the chef husband of candymaker Christine Moore of sea-salt caramel fame, is the talent behind this offshoot of the couple’s Little Flower Candy Co. café in Pasadena. Here the focus is on straightforward […]

My Annual Holiday Letter All About My Fantastic Life

My Annual Holiday Letter All About My Fantastic Life

Me and my BFF: myself. We ruled. Dear Family, Friends and my many, many Fans around the World… It’s that time again! My Annual Holiday Letter All About My Fantastic Life. And, I’ll just start it off by saying that there is no way that 2010 could have been as rough as 2009! So let’s […]

Morning jolt: Lucy in the sky with rain

Morning jolt:  Lucy in the sky with rain

The Michele Zack presentation and booksigning at Sierra Madre Books, scheduled for tonight, has been cancelled. PSN’s Janette Williams toots the horn of Robert Hilton, who makes unusual musical instruments of found objects and scrap (he usually shows up at the summer Altadena Community Garden picnic with his creations). Caltech’s Lucy Jones (via NBC 4) […]

New York Deli

New York Deli

In the winter of 2008, I began a quest to find the best Reuben in New York City. In five months, I only found one sandwich worth writing home about: Katz’s Delicatessen. The impetus for this quest was simple: whenever I came home from New York, one of my favorite meals was always a pastrami […]

It’s still raining…

It’s still raining…

and raining, and raining, and raining, and raining, and raining… (By the way, for musings on a rainy Christmas, check out my latest at Patch It will be up sometime before lunch.) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

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