Archive for ‘January, 2012’


Behind the scenes at LACMA’s Rodarte exhibit

Behind the scenes at LACMA’s Rodarte exhibit

It’s as close to fairytale as you can get these days: in just five short years, a pair of Pasadena sisters, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, have gone from designing clothing on their parents’ kitchen table to having their couture… Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Three Cameras

Three Cameras

On my way to the ATM yesterday I caught a glimpse of the Green Street side of the First Church of Christ, Scientist at Green and Oakland. The building is grand from all angles, especially on a sunny day, but Green Street not being its best side I decided to double back on my way […]

Weather service says high winds could be on their way

Weather service says high winds could be on their way

by Timothy Rutt Fortunately, anything that could be blown over probably already has been. National Weather Service is predicting Santa Ana winds that will hit strongest in Los Angeles and Ventura counties by early Friday evening. During the Friday night-Saturday morning peak, the weather service says there will be potential for 60-70 MPH gusts across […]

For the sake of an apostrophe! Navigating punctuation in the digital age

For the sake of an apostrophe! Navigating punctuation in the digital age

A few weeks ago, UK-based Waterstone’s Booksellers did something shocking: they dropped their apostrophe, claiming that there is no use for the tiny little mark in the digital age. More accurately, their managing director… Read the Full Story at KPCC Blogs

Tender Greens Hollywood

Tender Greens Hollywood

WHY Big salads of local provenance, and a huge, sunny patio on which to enjoy them. WHAT This always-busy outpost of the upscale cafeteria is notable for its 1,200-square-foot patio in back, as well as its roster of salads (grilled chicken Cobb; prawns with chorizo, lima beans, arugula, butter lettuce and lemon vinaigrette) and sandwiches. […]

Star, Moon, Palms, Streetlamps…

Star, Moon, Palms, Streetlamps…

…sigh. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

ltdLive 2012

ltdLive 2012

Is it just me or is your calendar suddenly full, too? Yesterday morning I went to a seminar. In the evening I attended a meeting. Today I’m working and I have a meeting, and tomorrow there’s more to come. Many events want my attention and some of them I’m even interested in. Worth checking out […]

World Book Night 2012

World Book Night 2012

Love books? Want 20 free copies of a book to give away to non-readers and light readers in your life? Sign up to be a giver for World Book Night! They need book-loving volunteers to fan out across America on April 23, 2012. Just pick up 20 free copies of a book from a location […]

Sheriff’s station washes hands of ACONA

Sheriff’s station washes hands of ACONA

Altadena Capt. McLean says that deputies will not participate in neighborhood coalition meetings as long as juvenile offender is volunteering by Timothy Rutt Deputies from the Altadena Sheriff’s Station were scheduled to answer questions about dispatch and investigation complaints at Tuesday’s ACONA meeting, but none showed. Nor will they, said Altadena Sheriff Capt. Steven McLean. […]

Jazz for the ALS Angels

Jazz for the ALS Angels

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. This degenerative motor neuron disease that effects more than 30,000 Americans (5,600 are diagnosed each year) is more commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Research for new treatments is ongoing and the fight to eradicate it is continuous. This Sunday, First United Methodist Church Pasadena is hosting a jazz concert and […]

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