Archive for ‘July, 2011’


Meriel Stern at One Colorado

Meriel Stern at One Colorado

Join The Armory Center for the Arts and Old Town hotspot One Colorado for a celebration of local artist Meriel Stern and her new position as artist-in-residence at the Artist Studio at One Colorado. From June 28th through September 25th, the studio will display Stern’s work, entitled Shelf Life, which focuses primarily on stages of […]

Vroman’s Bestsellers 7/25/11

Vroman’s Bestsellers 7/25/11

Hardcover Fiction This Burns My Heart, Samuel Park Dance With Dragons, George R R Martin Portrait of a Spy, Daniel Silva Dreams of Joy, Lisa See Last Werewolf, Glen Duncan Paris Wife, Paula Mclain Silent Girl, Tess Gerritsen Hypnotist, Lars Kepler Then Came You, Jennifer Weiner State of Wonder, Ann Patchett Hardcover Non-Fiction Stolen Life, […]

Women in Business Awards

Women in Business Awards

Twenty-one outstanding local businesswomen were honored recently at the 12th Annual Women in Business Awards luncheon. State Senator Carol Liu and Assemblymembers Mike Gatto and Anthony Portantino hosted the event, which celebrates the power of women who serve as role models and contribute to the greater good of the business community. Each year, the Women […]

Older. (Still a Goofball.)

Older.  (Still a Goofball.)

Shameless birthday post? Oh yeah! Now, all of you go out and have a big slice of chocolate cake. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

The Horror in Norway

The Horror in Norway

When the shootings at Virgina Tech occurred, Satellite Sisters was live on the air. As radio professionals on many news stations around the country, we had an obligation to report on what was happening, even though what was happening what not entirely clear at the time. Plus, we were not staffed as a news organization […]

Zen Monday: #156

Zen Monday: #156

Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what I think the photo’s about. This is because on Mondays I post the photos I don’t comprehend. Please share your thoughts in the comments as they come to you. Thanks. I appreciate it. Read the […]

Resources for Entrepreneurs

Resources for Entrepreneurs

Whether you’re a serial entrepreneur or a hobbyist building a better mousetrap in your basement, Pasadena offers organizations that are dedicated to helping you on your journey to Zuckerberg-style market dominance. Here’s our guide to the best resources for small-business startups. City of Pasadena Business Services Section 100 N. Garfield Ave., Room N106, Pasadena 626.744.4166, ci.pasadena.ca.us/Finance/License, tinyurl.com/3jts8oa […]

My Dream Come True: Rose Queen for a Day

My Dream Come True: Rose Queen for a Day

Last Sunday, I was invited into a very elite sorority. Millions have aspired to join. Thousands have tried out. Only 93 have actually been selected for such special honor. But for one shining moment Sunday, I was named an Honorary Rose Queen. It was a dream come true. I was an invited guest at a […]

No frets about great music with Brian Hughes

No frets about great music with Brian Hughes

Jazz guitarist Brian Hughes puts some intensity into a solo Saturday night. by Laura Monteros Saturday night’s performance by the Brian Hughes Quintet was as eclectic as the folks who attend Concerts in the Park at Farnsworth every week. A salmagundy of people, dogs, deputies, beasts of burden, and kids were on hand to listen […]

Bistro LQ

Bistro LQ

WHY Because the cooking of one of L.A.’s most talented and inventive chefs finally has the setting and service it deserves. WHAT The late Mimosa is now a small, chic dining room with artful lighting, abstract paintings and a fleet of handsome French and Latino waiters. It really feels like Paris—21st-century Paris, that is. Chef/owner […]

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