Archive for ‘December, 2010’


The new chic: civil unions? The French outgrow marriage

The new chic: civil unions? The French outgrow marriage

Ah, Paris. It's one of the most romantic cities in the world and also one of the most trend setting. So if the French are disillusioned with the concept of "happily ever after" and are giving up on the institution of marriage, will the world soon follow? Only 250,000 couples tied the knot in France […]

Test Cunard

Test  Cunard

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Missing dog: Woodbury/Lincoln, since Dec. 7

Missing dog: Woodbury/Lincoln, since Dec. 7

This guy’s been missing for awhile: hope we can find him! Marcella writes: [W]e lost our family dog on Dec. 7 @ McDonalds Woodbury/Lincoln. We have posted flyers around this area. And thanks to our pet friendly Pasadena/Altadena neighbors. We have gotten calls on our little dog. I have been so blessed with kind people […]

50 ways to improve your life in 2011

50 ways to improve your life in 2011

‘Tis the season for lists! Every year, articles come out with detailed “best of” and “worst of” and “most important” lists of everything from songs, movies, television shows, recipes and books, to people and endangered species. The U.S. News & World Report is famous for its ability to rank things and this year rather than […]

Doctors with borders: how can pediatricians be attracted to work in vulnerable areas?

Doctors with borders: how can pediatricians be attracted to work in vulnerable areas?

Almost 1 million children in the United States live in communities without access to doctors. It's not due to a shortage of doctors, it's because medical professionals are choosing to practice in more affluent neighborhoods, leaving poorer communities without much needed medical services. The National Health Services Corps has been offering loan forgiveness to doctors […]

Noodle Island

Noodle Island

WHY Ancient ginger chicken soup with your choice of noodles (rice noodles are best). WHAT This strip-mall noodle café is more elegant than most, with dark colors, bamboo details and poultry objets d’art that let you know that this is a place for consuming chicken. At most of the tables you’ll see the two house […]

Jessica Alba at Jones Coffee

Jessica Alba at Jones Coffee

Actress Jessica Alba may regularly rank No. 1 on such as AskMen.com’s list of 99 Most Desirable Women in the Galaxy, but when it comes to punctuation, she’s no English major. I can forgive a lot in a girl, but introducing apostrophes in this capricious manner on a poster she signed for Chuck Jones at […]

El Cholo Now Open at Paseo Colorado in Pasadena

El Cholo Now Open at Paseo Colorado in Pasadena

After deciding to relocate from their former location on a very speedy “highway-like” stretch on Fair Oaks Ave to a much more pedestrian-oriented and accessible location in the heart of Downtown Pasadena at the Paseo Colorado, El Cholo has now … Continue reading → Read the Full Story at Brigham Yen

Great Staging

Great Staging

I hadn’t seen many old cars out and about since the storm last week. Then, today, I spotted this one in front of Fremont Centre Theatre. Bravo! Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Santa Anita Horse Racing is Back – Thousands attend opening day

Santa Anita Horse Racing is Back – Thousands attend opening day

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