Archive for ‘September, 2012’


Film festival looking for local filmmakers’ short subjects

Film festival looking for local filmmakers’ short subjects

by TImothy Rutt "Film Festival Flix" is a monthly "Best of the Fests" film event at the Pasadena Laemmle Playhouse 7, launching Wed., Sept. 5. They’re looking for locally-made short subjects (10 minutes and under) to be paired with features at each monthly screening. Film Festival Flix brings critically-acclaimed films and audience favorites from top […]

Lost: Siamese kitten in Echo Park

Lost: Siamese kitten in Echo Park

Submitted by C. Singer Our daughter five-month old, lynx-point Siamese kitten wandered off yesterday afternoon from our house on McDuff between Galveston and Laveta. She is small, thin, mostly blonde but with tabby stripes on her feet and tail. She is also horribly cross-eyed. We’d love to get her back as soon as we can. […]

Craftsman in the Shadows

Craftsman in the Shadows

Hmmm. I think it might be time for another Craftsman Challenge! Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Mount Wilson Totem

Mount Wilson Totem

We’re at the Mount Wilson Observatory. I don’t remember which building we’re in. I know what it looks like but I forget what it’s called. Maybe, if we’re lucky, Bellis will check in and tell us. Some days I haven’t taken a picture and I don’t have an idea of what to post. I click […]

Altadena Junction: the saga of Owen Brown

Altadena Junction: the saga of Owen Brown

This week’s column in the Pasadena Sun — hat tip to editor William Kisliuk for making this one bright and shiny. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Blue Moon At Dawn

Blue Moon At Dawn

Photo by Martha Benedict Martha Benedict  was out early this morning to capture  an image of the Blue Moon as it appeared over Elysian Park.  The photo was taken at 6:45 a.m. looking south from Montecito Heights. Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Charlotte opens its arms to the DNC

Charlotte opens its arms to the DNC

A general view of the Charlotte skyline after the Democratic National Convention Committee Unveiling Stage for the DNC at Time Warner Cable Arena on August 31, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Credit: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images Charlotte, North Carolina was named for Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, who became the wife of England’s King George III the year […]

Theme Day: People Watching

Theme Day: People Watching

I don’t often photograph people. It’s not that people aren’t interesting, it’s that I’m shy of invading their space. But last spring’s LitFest Pasadena was an excellent people-watching opportunity. Folks expected to be photographed. At least the authors did. I was seated on the ground, getting ready to take pictures of an author panel, when […]

Found: beautiful brown pit mix, Loma Alta and Fair Oaks

Found: beautiful brown pit mix, Loma Alta and Fair Oaks

Reader Andi says: I found this very young and beautiful male pit mix wandering loose near Loma Alta and Fair Oaks two days ago. He’s un-neutered, very sweet and a bit frightened. no collar or microchip. if anyone recognizes him please call me at 323-273-2443. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

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