Archive for ‘February, 2011’


Pasadena 90210: We Have Famous People, Too

Pasadena 90210: We Have Famous People, Too

Seen at the Grocery & Flea Markets If they don’t live here, they’ve hung out here… Jennifer Lopez Judge Lance Ito Dennis Haysbert Dallas Raines Diane Keaton Nora Dunn Kevin Dunn Hector Elizondo Marlee Matlin Oscar de la Hoya Sidney Poitier Charlie Kaufman John C. Reilly Ben Harper Tim Roth Madeline Stowe Jan Kaczmarek Johnny […]

Winter Vista

Winter Vista

Look what we found yesterday morning! Altadena Hiker has some great shots here, too. I have a feeling today is going to be a kind of snow theme day for San Gabriel Valley bloggers. I’ll update with links to more pictures as I find them. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Monte Zanic Winery – Above Ensenda, Baja

Monte Zanic Winery – Above Ensenda, Baja

In 1987 five partners founded Monte Xanic with the intention of producing the highest quality wines and establishing a new benchmark for Mexican winemaking. Our Queen Victoria excursion bus took us to this winery for some sampling of this exceptional but small winery located in the Guadalupe Valley , Baja California , 1300 feet above […]

Zen Monday: #134

Zen Monday: #134

I don’t write much blog copy on Zen Monday, because on Mondays I pretend I am a Zen Master. Please experience the photo and tell us, in the comments, what you’ve learned. (Your first Zen Monday? Tell us what the photo makes you think of. There’s no right or wrong. There are no prizes. Just […]

Lost dog: Looking for Cholo

Lost dog: Looking for Cholo

Gina is looking for her elderly Australian shepherd: Cholo left his Altadena backyard on Crawford between Calaveras and Alameda streets around 4:00 pm on Thursday, 2/17. His absence was noted about 20 minutes later, but he could not be found anywhere. Have driven and walked the neigborhoods west of lake to the north and south, […]

Crystal-clear Altadena morning

Crystal-clear Altadena morning

Reader Eric Wilson sent this picture of a gorgeous, clear Altadena morning after the storm (snow in the foothills!) Bill Westphal also sent us some early morning pictures from the Weathercam, after the jump. Storm going away Sunday morning at 3 AM … … followed by a crystal-clear sunrise! Read the Full Story at Altadena […]

Storm View from Pasadena

Storm View from Pasadena

I saw the storm brewing from a parking structure in Pasadena yesterday. I couldn’t resist trying to capture those intense clouds. (By the time I got back to South Pas, it was pouring.) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

End of the Gallery at the End

End of the Gallery at the End

You already know the Gallery at the End of the World is closed. But did you know Ben McGinty is selling the gallery’s furnishings? Since the Gallery at the End of the World has always been unusual, the furnishings are a little eclectic as well. You never know when you might need a miniature painted […]

Altadena supermom files as PUSD write-in candidate

Altadena supermom files as PUSD write-in candidate

The March 8 election for the Pasadena Unified School District board just got something else thrown into the mix as an Altadena woman filed papers Friday to run as a write-in candidate. Cushon Bell of Altadena needs to garner 100 signatures this week to be recognized as a write-in candidate for the school board. Bell […]

Queen Victoria’s Executive Chef

Queen Victoria’s Executive Chef

Here’s a preview of Mark and his talented team: Read the Full Story at Pasadena Independent

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