Archive for ‘August, 2011’


One way of looking at it…

One way of looking at it…

I figure, if you feel like you’re bashing your head into a brick wall, it might as well be as pretty as this one! Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Whoosh

Whoosh

I was trying to make a “whoosh” with the camera, and I got this instead. It’s more of a “whu-uhp!…phhh.” I’m fine with that. Often, when I set out to create something, I have to let go of the outcome. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Lost dog, Meadowbrook east of Allen

Lost dog, Meadowbrook east of Allen

Reader Rhonda writes us: Please help us find our black lab/pit mix Tyson – last seen on Meadowbrook just east of Allen. He’s about two years old, very energetic, sweet and goofy, not aggressive at all. If you’ve seen him, please call us at (626) 840-5084. Thank you for any information you can offer, and […]

Dive-in to a Movie

Dive-in to a Movie

Looking for  a fun, free way to beat the heat this summer? Take a dip in the pool with your family while watching a lighthearted, (PG-rated) film on the big-screen projector at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center’s Dive-In Movie Night. Despicable Me will be the perfect complement to some nighttime swimming (in the shallow end, […]

Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream

I just have to thank the vintage car aficionados in our lovely town. Every time I think I’ve photographed all the classic cars in South Pas, I find another one. I stumbled upon this cool beauty on a particularly hot summer afternoon. It’s as luscious as a dreamsicle! Read the Full Story at Glimpses of […]

New study spoils spoilers

New study spoils spoilers

SPOILER ALERT! Norman Bates is the murderous mother. Darth Vader is Luke’s father. The limping thief is Keyser Soze. And don’t cry, but that dude is no lady. Chances are, you already knew these famous film reveals. But if you didn’t, we might have just done you a favor. This, according to a new study […]

Did Piers Morgan sexually harass Christine O’Donnell: what crosses the line?

Did Piers Morgan sexually harass Christine O’Donnell: what crosses the line?

Former Delaware Senate candidate and self-identified Tea Party politician Christine O’Donnell walked out of an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan this week after a line of questioning she found “embarrassing” and later called “borderline sexual harassment.” She made the accusation on grounds that Morgan was asking her questions he wouldn’t have asked a man. "Imagine […]

Pomegranate

Pomegranate

Wikipedia says pomegranate trees were introduced to California by the Spanish in 1769, to be exact. Someone must have kept a record of it. Wikipedia’s article doesn’t mention how long it took them (the pomegranates) to reach Pasadena. Our neighborhood pomegranates will be ready to eat in December or thereabouts. Tell that to this bug. […]

Don’t let cheese-making get your goat with fall classes

Don’t let cheese-making get your goat with fall classes

by Timothy Rutt The Institute of Domestic Technology (there’s something really steampunk about that name) is holding three courses on cheese-making in Altadena In October, November, and December. Milkcrafting 101 on Oct. 8 teaches you how to make yogurt, kefir, crème fraiche, cottage cheese, paneer and fresh chevre. Milkcrafting 102 on Nov. 12 will talk […]

La Huasteca

La Huasteca

WHY A newly revamped menu inspired by pre-Columbian Mexican cooking. WHAT La Huasteca has long been Plaza Mexico’s grand stage: sylvan murals, wrought-iron chandeliers, a fully stocked bar. But with a reinvigoration by chef Rocio Camacho (formerly of Moles la Tia), it is charting a new course, one that celebrates ingredients and techniques native to […]

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