Archive for ‘November, 2011’


Friendship, love and truth

Friendship, love and truth

You know it’s Nov. 30 in Pasadena when you’re driving up Raymond Avenue and have a close encounter with The Odd Fellows & Rebakahs 59th Rose Parade entry “Shining Knights Still Exist.” The flakage: “showcases a lone Knight aboard his loyal steed in full gallop above the ancient 17th Century English Crest armed with a […]

Land Use Committee to take comments on Arroyo Pacific Academy Dec. 6

Land Use Committee to take comments on Arroyo Pacific Academy Dec. 6

from the Altadena Town Council Land Use Committee: The Land Use Committee will listen to a presentation for a revised conditional use permit (CUP) application from the Arroyo Pacific Academy at the next regularly scheduled meeting on Tues., Dec. 6, at 7 PM at the Altadena Community Center, 730 E. Altadena Dr. The public is […]

Should Santa Monica Airport be saved or shuttered?

Should Santa Monica Airport be saved or shuttered?

The future of Santa Monica Airport is up in the air. The land and building leases at the airport are set to expire in 2015. Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Delphine

Delphine

WHY South of France—inspired dining morning, noon or night in a pretty Côte d’Azur setting. WHAT Hollywood’s glitzy W Hotel may seem an improbable place to find a bright brasserie seemingly transplanted from Cannes, but this bustling, white-tiled, marble-floored spot is good for business meetings, visitors touring Hollywood and post-clubbing late meals. The menu is […]

Caption This Photo (#81)

Caption This Photo (#81)

Um. Hmmm. Yup, I really need help with this one… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

“Apolis: Common Gallery” Flagship Boutique Now Open in the Arts District in Downtown LA

“Apolis: Common Gallery” Flagship Boutique Now Open in the Arts District in Downtown LA

Earlier this month, November 10th to be exact, a new and exciting men’s fashion boutique called “Apolis: Common Gallery” had their grand opening in Downtown LA’s Arts District. Why is it exciting? For one thing, if you haven’t been to … Continue reading → Read the Full Story at Brigham Yen

Books, Audio Books, Games, Stationery & More to put on your Holiday Wish List

Books, Audio Books, Games, Stationery & More to put on your Holiday Wish List

Putting together your Holiday Wish List for friends and family? Or maybe you’re the gift gatherer  in search of some fun items for under the tree? I’ve put together a list of books,  audio books, games, stationery and more. Some are are my wish list, too! For the cook: Recipes, techniques and great information for […]

Guest Author: Vince Waldron and The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book

Guest Author: Vince Waldron and The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book

Vince Waldron and I go way back to our Chicago days, when we traveled the United States (well, some of them) as members of The Second City National Touring Company.  Vince’s The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book is so official its introduction is by Dick Van Dyke himself. The book even has a foreword […]

Tea’s for the Birds

Tea’s for the Birds

Lan Ong, owner of Bird Pick Tea & Herb, is a third-generation tea connoisseur and an admitted tea purist. Her goal is to bring China’s tea culture to the mainstream—to turn tea novices into aficionados. In pursuit of that goal, she displays massive glass jars full of teas and herbs imported from estates in China, […]

RIPE presents healing herbs from your backyard garden Dec. 4

RIPE presents healing herbs from your backyard garden Dec. 4

by Timothy Rutt Learn how to grow and gather medicinal herbs and make your own remedies at a workshop this Sun., Dec. 4, presented by RIPE Altadena. Marcia Coppess of HomeBody Botanicals will speak on "Herbal Remedies to Grow or Forage" starting at 3 PM at the Pasadena Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1280 E. Washington […]

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