Archive for ‘March, 2012’


Lost: Looking for Loki in Los Feliz

Lost: Looking for Loki in Los Feliz

Submitted by C. Valone “This is a two year old “Loki.” He was lost early afternoon yesterday 3/30/12 in a Los Feliz neighborhood near her/his house. He escaped out of his collar when he ran but is microchipped. He ran all the way up to Los Feliz Blvd and Commonwealth into Griffith park (Which is […]

Alta/Pasa Soroptimists honor outstanding women

Alta/Pasa Soroptimists honor outstanding women

From left: Vanessa Manjarrez, Violet Richardson Award winner; Lonnene Vreede, Women’s Opportunity Award winner; Lena Kennedy, Ruby Award winner; and Lynne Eodice, President of Altadena-Pasadena Soroptimists. At its third annual “Live Your Dream” luncheon, Soroptimist International of Altadena/Pasadena presented awards to three outstanding women who have made a major contribution to the community. The event […]

Pssst. Theodore Payne Foundation – annual sale!

Pssst.  Theodore Payne Foundation – annual sale!

Doors open @ 8:30. Can barely wait. Xeriscapers bliss. Don’t let the Poppy Day name fool you…lots that you can choose from… including these luscious sages. http://www.theodorepayne.org/events/poppyday.html

The Science of Children’s Religious Belief

The Science of Children’s Religious Belief

Though some people are born with natural talents, artistic, athletic, even mathematical, it seems that all people are born with a propensity to become religious. In his new book “Born Believers” author and researcher Justin Barrett argues that the way our brains naturally develop, make us prone to believe in a complex system of beliefs […]

Report reveals frequent emergency services users cost cities millions

Report reveals frequent emergency services users cost cities millions

A patient talks with nurse in the Emergency Room at Central Montgomery Medical Center December 10, 2004 in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. Credit: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images This week a joint venture between the San Diego Union-Tribune and USC’s Center for Health Reporting gives us a new use of the term “frequent flyers” – this time as […]

The Weekend Go Go: Beerathon Lives!, Brewery Art Walk, and Mark Twain in a Cemetery

The Weekend Go Go: Beerathon Lives!, Brewery Art Walk, and Mark Twain in a Cemetery

Go Go’er’s, this weekend is all about art and the outdoors. Also, beer and the outdoors. In other words, a weekend that’s win/win/win…. Mark Twain is in Hollywood Forever You’ll want to break out those tucked-away-in-the-closet Snuggies (a.k.a. “the blanket that has sleeves!”) or at least don  your best fleece in order to get a […]

Come for the Breakfast…

Come for the Breakfast…

Stay and look at that amazing, retro-cool ceiling! (Shakers, may you never ever change.) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

A Singular Line

A Singular Line

I love little touches like this mailbox. It’s handmade, there’s no other mailbox like it. I don’t know if postal workers like them but I should think they would, if only as a change of pace. It’s hard to be singular. The playwright Lorraine Hansberry said, “The thing that makes you exceptional, if you are […]

Woman fatally injured while crossing Silver Lake street *

Woman fatally injured while crossing Silver Lake street *

A 23-year-old woman died after she was struck by a car as she walked across Rowena Avenue in Silver Lake. The woman was walking outside of a crosswalk when she was hit by a car traveling westbound at about 10:30 p.m., according to Sgt. Gregory Hoyte with the LAPD’s Central Traffic Bureau. The victim died […]

Alien vs. Editor: A Pigment of Your Imagination?

Alien vs. Editor: A Pigment of Your Imagination?

By Steve Edberg Alien vs. Editor is a forum for questions and answers about extrasolar planets and NASA’s search for life beyond our solar system. Leave your questions for author Steve Edberg and read more on the PlanetQuest website. Where would blue-skinned aliens exist? Joel asked: If you were to find aliens next to the […]

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