Archive for ‘August, 2011’


Faces (#3)

Faces (#3)

This contemplative woman captured my attention at the Farmer’s Market. She seemed lost in thought and lit from within. I continue with this week’s series of street portraits. Take a look at the faces of our community. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Man Shot and Killed in Pasadena Monday

Man Shot and Killed in Pasadena Monday

At approximately 10:17 p.m. Monday Pasadena Police officers responded to a report of gunshots in the 400 block of N. Mar Vista Avenue. Responding officers found an adult male victim who had been shot. The paramedics transported the victim to a local area hospital where he is succumbed to his injuries. The victim’s identity is […]

Isabel Marant Warehouse Sale in LA Fashion District (8/25 & 8/26)

Isabel Marant Warehouse Sale in LA Fashion District (8/25 & 8/26)

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Stanford prison experiment 40 years later

Stanford prison experiment 40 years later

“Male college students needed for psychological study of prison life. $15 per day for 1-2 weeks.” Led by psychology professor Philip Zimbardo, the Stanford Prison Experiment lasted less than a week, but has lived on as one of the most notorious research projects ever carried out by the University. 24 young men were randomly assigned […]

Could the erosion of the American middle class be a lasting trend?

Could the erosion of the American middle class be a lasting trend?

The American middle class was a hurting bunch before the “great recession” of 2008 struck—for decades the gap between the rich and poor in this country has been growing at a fairly steady pace and middle class incomes had been largely stagnant. An analysis from Citigroup back in 2005 found that all of the movement […]

Four homes burglarized Monday

Four homes burglarized Monday

by Timothy Rutt The Altadena Sheriff’s Station is asking for increased vigilance following a wave of four burglaries Monday. According to Det. Lt. Joseph Dempsey at the station, all burglaries involved forced entry during daytime hours. Locations of the burglaries are: 2000 block of E. Crary Street 1400 block of Coolidge Avenue 1700 block of […]

Faces (#2)

Faces (#2)

“You need a couple of great models?” I’m not sure which one of these gentleman said it, but I’m glad I listened and grabbed the shot. It’s grainy and overlit, but those gorgeous, megawatt smiles are worth a thousand better photographs. I continue this week’s street portrait project. Join me as I present the many […]

New Evidence Emerges at Public Meeting Regarding Racist Graffiti

New Evidence Emerges at Public Meeting Regarding Racist Graffiti

A community meeting held in home team’s locker room at the Rose Bowl Saturday tried to address and answer questions about two reports of racist graffiti in Northwest Pasadena during the past 2 weeks. The first incident occurred Aug. 8, when vandals tagged 20 pieces of property including cars. Some new evidence emerged one of […]

Chase Bank Expands Aggressively into Downtown LA

Chase Bank Expands Aggressively into Downtown LA

Have you noticed the illuminated blue glow of the Chase Bank octagon signs spread throughout Downtown LA lately? I have. Every time I’m downtown, it seems like I am seeing more and more Chase Banks and their ATMs and new … Continue reading → Read the Full Story at Brigham Yen

Parenting Book Give-Away: If I Have to Tell You One More Time

Parenting Book Give-Away: If I Have to Tell You One More Time

Over the next few weeks of the Back to School season, I’ll be posting a series of special blogs to get you  (Mom and Dad!) back to school. Today’s post is a Q &A with Amy McCready, author of “If I Have To Tell You One More Time,” a new parenting book that uses Amy’s […]

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