Archive for ‘July, 2012’


This Week at the Levitt: Ernie Watts Quartet

This Week at the Levitt: Ernie Watts Quartet

It’s Levitt time: six weeks of free concerts, Wednesday through Sunday, in good old Memorial Park. As we do every year, we’ll be spotlighting one show a week for the duration. Because, you know, we’re curators. Our pick this week is the Ernie Watts Quartet, a jazz outfit led by the eponymous two-time Grammy winner. There’s been a lot of […]

Going Indie in NoCo

Going Indie in NoCo

NoCo: North of Colorado Boulevard. From Monday, July 30th to Sunday August 5th, enjoy special discounts, free gifts with purchases, and even a glass of wine in celebration of unique, independently-owned businesses in Old Pasadena. Blo Out Lounge is offering 20% off any of their services or a free summer tote with any product purchase […]

The First Ever NoCo Week

The First Ever NoCo Week

We, as a society, cannot get enough of abbreviation and acronym, particularly when it comes to geography. The latest exhibit: NoCo, or North of Colorado, as in the Boulevard. The first ever NoCo Week started today, Monday the 30th, and lasts through Sunday August 5th. What does NoCo week mean to you? Free stuff. Or […]

Man found dead outside Echo Park church

Man found dead outside Echo Park church

Photo by E. Trujillo The body of a man believed to be a transient was found near the main entrance of  the Echo Park United Methodist Church this morning. The man died from apparent natural causes and no foul play is suspected, said Sgt. Robert Alaniz with the Northeast Division. Alaniz had no further details […]

Olympic Dreams

Olympic Dreams

You could feel the hope and determination at the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center yesterday as dozens of San Gabriel Valley kids practiced their strokes and imagined their own gold medals. Here’s to all the future champions. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Random Thoughts #3 London 2012: Fab Five, Brendan Hansen and My Dream Team

Random Thoughts  #3 London 2012: Fab Five, Brendan Hansen and My Dream Team

Oh, Boys of Water. That was a tough race. You needed to get your Lezak on, Ryan Lochte. As they say in the  Sports Cliches Hall of Fame : That’s why they play the game. The last two nights of swimming reinforce what a  special occurrence the Micheal Phelps performance in 2008 was. Chris  Collingsworth is […]

Zen Monday: #207

Zen Monday: #207

Welcome to Zen Monday, when the PDP community is eager to hear your deep thoughts, your essential feelings. Tell us what the picture says to you. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Bodacious Living classes for August

Bodacious Living classes for August

Revvell Revati is offering a series of her Bodacious Living lifestyle classes in August: Swimming Dragon Qigong (Chi Kung) Benefits: Reduces weight without dieting and stimulates metabolism Increases and balances energy Creates beautiful skin and helps eliminate wrinkles Reduces tension by relaxing the body and calming the mind Improves muscle tone and enhances flexibility in […]

There Are Time Machines All Around Us

There Are Time Machines All Around Us

(Look! I caught one waiting at the railroad tracks!) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Larry and his pad

Larry and his pad

What a week.  James’ back has been bothering him, so out comes the heating pad. Guess who thought it really was for him.

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