Archive for ‘October, 2011’


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Don’t tell anyone I was standing in the street when I took this picture… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

The Book Awards: Before & After Photos and A Discovery of Witches

The Book Awards: Before & After Photos and A Discovery of Witches

So, off I went Saturday night to the Southern California Independant Booksellers Awards. My novel Helen of Pasadena had been nominated for Best Fiction and I was tickled pink. Quite a thrill! I did what my big sister Liz told me to do: I prepared a speech even though I thought the possibility of victory […]

DarkMarket: Cyberthieves, cybercops and you

DarkMarket: Cyberthieves, cybercops and you

The world of online crime is vast, dark and ever-increasing. In his new book, author Misha Glenny outlines three levels of digital threat – cybercrime, cyberwarfare and cyberindustrial espionage. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

A different Cleopatra: The woman behind the drama, lies and enemies

A different Cleopatra: The woman behind the drama, lies and enemies

Cleopatra was and remains notorious. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Wackarons

Wackarons

When out-of-town bloggers visit–especially Francophile bloggers–the search is on for macarons. (You know better than to ask me about macaroons, right?) This time we tried Lette on Fair Oaks. Pretty! And lots of flavors. I figure you’re supposed to eat them. Apparently no, not if you’re a photo-blogger. (Pictured: Virginia of Birmingham, Alabama Daily Photo […]

25 Things You Don’t Know About Corie

25 Things You Don’t Know About Corie

Corie is the assistant manager/pen buyer at Vroman’s Fine Writing, Gifts, and Stationery. She’s been working here for over five years! Here are 25 things you don’t know about her: My middle name is Utako (which means “Song Child” in Japanese). One of my favorite movies of all time is “Singing in the Rain”. I […]

We’ll Drink to That!

We’ll Drink to That!

A ribbon-cutting, tours and a very special toast ushered in a new era for Pasadena Water and Power Oct. 20 when the groundwater treatment plant at Monk Hill was celebrated with a grand opening. The project is cleaning perchlorate and other compounds from four City of Pasadena water wells near JPL that were contaminated by […]

Twi-hard teens: sink your teeth into Twilight trivia at the Library Nov. 17

Twi-hard teens: sink your teeth into Twilight trivia at the Library Nov. 17

Do you know your Twilight trivia? How well do you know the Twilight books or movies? Come to the Altadena Library and test your knowledge. We have some awesome prizes for our winners! See you there, Thurs., Nov. 17 at 4 PM in the Community Room. This program is especially for teens ages 12-17. Read […]

Caption This Photo (#78)

Caption This Photo (#78)

I really need help with this one… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

DarkMarket: Cybertheives, cybercops and you

DarkMarket: Cybertheives, cybercops and you

The world of online crime is vast, dark and ever-increasing. In his new book, author Misha Glenny outlines three levels of digital threat – cybercrime, cyberwarfare and cyberindustrial espionage. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

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