Archive for ‘September, 2011’


Out of pocket …

Out of pocket …

We’ll be out of reach for most of the day — we’re on a little adventure which we think will make a good story. Other’n that, we’re not saying! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

South Pas: Observed

South Pas: Observed

Attention coffee and photography lovers… This Saturday, October 1, from 4-6PM, the uber-cool Charlie’s Coffee House is hosting a reception for my photo exhibit, South Pas: Observed. (Long-time Glimpses readers will recognize many of the photos.) I must say, it’s pretty cool to have so many of my shots hanging in my favorite coffee house. […]

State Assemblyman Anthony Portantino’s Local and Capitol Staff to be laid- off For Six Weeks – Open House and Food Drive To Be Held Wednesday, Oct. 5

State Assemblyman Anthony Portantino’s Local and Capitol Staff to be laid- off For Six Weeks  –  Open House and Food Drive To Be Held Wednesday,  Oct. 5

State Assemblyman Anthony Portantino’s Local and Capitol Staff to be laid- off For Six Weeks – Open House and Food Drive To Be Held Wednesday, Oct. 5 Anthony Portantino’s office is being forced to close and all the staff laid-off for six weeks beginning October 21 – Nov. 30. The punitive action by Assembly Speaker […]

Did You Know? One Wilshire in Downtown LA is the Telecommunications Hub of the West Coast

Did You Know? One Wilshire in Downtown LA is the Telecommunications Hub of the West Coast

I thought this was interesting. Not a lot of people know this but Downtown LA happens to be the telecommunications hub of the entire West Coast. One building says it all and that’s the One Wilshire tower located at the … Continue reading → Read the Full Story at Brigham Yen

The Satellite Sisters go to the Ice House: Lian & Sheila’s Stand-up

The Satellite Sisters go to the Ice House: Lian & Sheila’s Stand-up

Last Friday night, Sheila and I got back onstage at  The Ice House in Pasadena in the name of raising money for a great organization, the Cancer Support Community, which provides support  to cancer patients and their family members , all free of charge. Good cause, great event. We were honored to be a part […]

Gun fight over the Second Amendment

Gun fight over the Second Amendment

Several high-profile cases in the past three years have revived and reshaped the debate over Americans’ right to bear arms. Most recently, the Supreme Court in 2008’s District of Columbia v. Heller struck down a law banning handguns in the nation’s capitol. But the battle has been going on for centuries. And no wonder – […]

Incivility and the Antichrist: how far is too far?

Incivility and the Antichrist: how far is too far?

Incivility in politics is nothing new, but is it reaching a new low? President Obama’s fundraiser at the House of Blues last night was interrupted by a heckler who stood in front of the president’s podium and shouted, “You’re the antichrist!” Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Guest Author: Margo Sorenson and Aloha for Carol Ann

Guest Author: Margo Sorenson and Aloha for Carol Ann

I had heard good things about Margo Sorenson’s popular children’s books ages ago. We scheduled her guest post long before I realized this was Banned Books Week! (I doubt you’ll find her books on the banned list, but never say never.) Margo will be appearing at the Friends of the Duarte Library Festival of Authors […]

Work begins on Lake Avenue restriping

Work begins on Lake Avenue restriping

by Timothy Rutt Street crews started work Monday preparing for a major restriping of Lake Avenue north of Altadena Drive. Crews will be removing the existing stripes before that stretch of the street is restriped to include a center turn median. The hope is to slow up traffic and increase safety for turning cars. (Big […]

Look Up

Look Up

I’m stepping into Shanna’s territory with this one, but I can’t resist sharing. The humidity of late has cooked up some interesting sunset skies. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

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