Archive for ‘October, 2011’


Supreme Dragon

Supreme Dragon

WHY Crusty-bottomed pan-fried pork bao with slightly fluffy coverings, the fresh scallion dumplings, the salted vegetables stir-fried with torn bean curd sheet, and more such little treasures. WHAT At Supreme Dragon, diners are given a long sushi bar-style list of about 80 northern and Shanghai-style pastries and small dishes. The restaurant’s attempts at elegance—waterfall curtains, […]

Rosette, Shmosette

Rosette, Shmosette

We spent hours at Urgent Care, and then even more hours in the Huntington Hospital ER with Little Bit last night. I’m worn out — though not as worn out as a sweet 6 year old with 104 degree fever who had to have a chest X-ray, a bunch of lab tests and a near-miss […]

What, Yes, but Where, No.

What, Yes, but Where, No.

Now I know what it is, but I don’t know where. After our discussion on the first I have a pretty good idea this is a marker, but I forgot where I took the picture. Hahamongna, probably. Near the Devil’s Gate Dam, maybe. Does anyone know? Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Get ready for the holidays with coffee roasting, foodcrafting, and cocktails

Get ready for the holidays with coffee roasting, foodcrafting, and cocktails

The Institute of Domestic Technology has announced its upcoming fall and winter classes, all held at the Zane Grey Estate: Sun., Oct. 23: Home Coffee Roasting: learn to roast, brew, and taste coffee using simple inexpensive stovetop equipment. This unique DIY coffee lovers class will be taught by master roaster Ian Riley of LAMILL Coffee. […]

GAME ON! Parish Fair

GAME ON! Parish Fair

Holy Family Church is having its Game On! Parish Fair and raffle this Saturday and Sunday. Cut and dash along the Colossus obstacle course; test your skills playing paint ball; be a template for flowers or animals at the face painting booth; go aerobic in the carousel and boxing bouncer. Try your hand in the jousting […]

Another Brick in the Wall

Another Brick in the Wall

Not much to say about this little detail (Although, maybe this will suffice.) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Local Musician Jackie Tohn gives Industry a Make-Over with New CD

Local Musician Jackie Tohn gives  Industry a Make-Over with New CD

By Jennifer Elrod With a music industry that is often clouded with auto-tune and singing to drum beats from a drum machine, Jackie Tohn gives the industry a make-over with her newest cd and live music performances. You may recognize Jackie from American Idol’s Season 8 or from Bravo’s recent show Platinum Hit, but with […]

Rio Ranch Market Still Coming to Downtown LA

Rio Ranch Market Still Coming to Downtown LA

It was almost a year ago when the Downtown News reported that the Riverside-based grocery chain, Rio Ranch Market, would be coming to Downtown LA’s Chinatown district at the prominent intersection of Grand and Cesar Chavez (a stone’s throw from … Continue reading → Read the Full Story at Brigham Yen

FilmWeek: The Ides of March, Real Steel, 1911, Dirty Girl, The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) and more

FilmWeek: The Ides of March, Real Steel, 1911, Dirty Girl, The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) and more

Larry is joined by KPCC film critics Tim Cogshell and Henry Sheehan to review this week’s films, including The Ides of March, Real Steel, 1911, Dirty Girl, The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) and more. TGI-FilmWeek! Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Why it really stinks to be single…and it’s probably not what you’re thinking

Why it really stinks to be single…and it’s probably not what you’re thinking

You’re crashing on a deadline at work. You know your boss is about to approach and ask some members of the team to stay late. Will you be one? Your colleague is married, but you’re not. Will that play any role in your supervisor’s decision to keep one of you and let the other get […]

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