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Altadena Town Council honors area businesses

Altadena Town Council honors area businesses

by Timothy Rutt The Altadena Town Council honored local businesses during this week’s meeting. Above, councilmen Brent Musson (on the left) and Tecumseh Shackelford (on the right) from CT 4610 honor Super King Market as an outstanding business from their census tract. Manager Vartan Gulasarian received a plaque from council chair Sandra Thomas. Also, Ray […]

Boink Boink! Nyuk nyuk nuk! The Three Stooges are back

Boink Boink! Nyuk nyuk nuk! The Three Stooges are back

(L-R) Actors Sean Hayes, Chris Diamontopoulos and Will Sasso arrive at the premiere of Twentieth Century Fox’s “The Three Stooges” at Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images For those who have long mourned the end of the Three Stooges franchise, great news. You no longer have to rerun your favorite moments of black-and-white stupidity […]

Remembering Dick Clark

Remembering Dick Clark

Producer Dick Clark attends the 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards press conference at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 18, 2004 in Beverly Hills, California. Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images Not everyone in the entertainment industry could boast about a sixty-plus year career in front of the camera, but Dick Clark could. The former host […]

Love Bug

Love Bug

Sometimes I swear I have an art director who goes ahead of me and sets up perfect scenes like this one. I couldn’t resist a little iPhone filter magic. Here, I just pointed, shot, and processed the image through the MoreLomo app. (You all know how much I love the free spirit of lomography!) Update […]

Drive-By Elephant

Drive-By Elephant

I think I’ve mentioned before that I take an excursion (I excurse) to Hollywood once a week for a voice-over job. It is a delight, a great job. I’m fortunate to have it. Around the corner from where I record at Bell Sound Studios is the Hollywood location of Anawalt Lumber at 1001 N. Highland […]

Harlem Globetrotters to visit Lincoln Crossing 24 Hour Fitness for youth skills clinic

Harlem Globetrotters to visit Lincoln Crossing 24 Hour Fitness for youth skills clinic

The Harlem Globetrotters — yes, them — will conduct a summer skills clinic at the 24 Hour Fitness in Lincoln Crossing on June 29. According to a press release, the Globetrotters will host 120 such clinics for youth around the U.S. for ages 6-14. The Lincoln Crossing clinic will be one of six in the […]

The glory days of the Dodgers, LA’s Boys in Blue

The glory days of the Dodgers, LA’s Boys in Blue

Pitcher Fernando Valenzuela #34 of the Los Angeles Dodgers is interviewed by his manager Tommy Lasorda #2 before the game against the Chicago Cubs on June 7, 1981 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images With all the turmoil that has surrounded the Dodgers this past year, many fans who bleed blue […]

LudoBites

LudoBites

WHY You never know where it’ll pop up or what’s on the menu, and that’s the fun of it. WHAT Good luck getting a reservation at L.A.’s (and now the nation’s) premiere pop-up restaurant. (So many people want in, the online reservation system usually crashes soon after it opens.) Ludovic Lefebvre is a classically trained […]

Magic Window

Magic Window

(Timing is everything.) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Do the Work Wednesday #8: Finding Inspiration

Do the Work Wednesday #8: Finding Inspiration

Sexy and Fun and Set in Paris. Nuff said. If I was a Pinterest whiz, I’d create an Inspiration Board for you all to see. But, I’m not, so you’ll have to  take my word for it. When I’m in writing mode ( or any creative mode at all, from cooking to  storytelling) I seek […]

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