Archive for ‘May, 2013’


The Weekend Go Go: Flapjacks & Liquor, Angel Beer, and a Blind Tiger

The Weekend Go Go: Flapjacks & Liquor, Angel Beer, and a Blind Tiger

Gear up, Go Goer’s.   The weekend’s most fun events all have drinking components. And that’s before we get to Cinco de Mayo. Can we do it? Si, se puede. A Hot Time with Hot Cakes To Ms. Go Go’s knowledge, there is no marathon this weekend except the weekend itself. Accordingly, you’ll want to […]

The Pánfilo Tales – Security

The Pánfilo Tales – Security

When you have lived as a stray on the streets a Knee of Comfort makes a world of difference.

Has Google already selected a successor for Councilman Eric Garcetti?

Has Google already selected a successor for Councilman Eric Garcetti?

How else to explain why a Google search of “Council District 13″  results in a link to “Eric Garcetti-13th District City Council” and a large photo of someone who is not Garcetti.  The person in the photo looks like Garcetti staffer  Oliver Delgado. This could explain why Garcetti, who is termed out of office and […]

NYC company offering a raise in return for a corporate logo tattoo

NYC company offering a raise in return for a corporate logo tattoo

Rapid Reality’s staff are freshly inked — would you get a tattoo if it came with a big raise? A New York City company has found a way to offer its employees a 15 percent raise while picking up some free marketing – in the form of a company logo tattoo. Rapid Realty offered its […]

Elliot Michael Gold looks at the music that shaped our lives at Webster’s May 10

Elliot Michael Gold looks at the music that shaped our lives at Webster’s May 10

by Timothy Rutt If you’re a baby boomer, you know how important the music was to your life. Even if you were too young to participate in peace marches or Woodstock, you heard the music and were part of the time. Songs bring back memories, and frequently you remember where you were when you first […]

To Be in the Right Place, Dawn Catches Up With Time

To Be in the Right Place, Dawn Catches Up With Time

By Marc Rayman As NASA’s Dawn spacecraft makes its journey to its second target, the dwarf planet Ceres, Marc Rayman, Dawn’s chief engineer, shares a monthly update on the mission’s progress. In this graphic of Dawn’s interplanetary trajectory, the thin solid lines represent the orbits of Earth, Mars, Vesta and Ceres. After leaving Vesta, Dawn’s […]

Pasadena: At the Corner of San Pasqual and Bandini

Pasadena: At the Corner of San Pasqual and Bandini

I’ll be giving a talk at noon on May 16th at Caltech thanks to an invitation from the President of Club Latino, Marcella Gomez.  The talk will part of the weeklong celebration of Semana Latina.  This is sponsored by Clases, Club Latino, ASCIT, Diversity Center, and Student Affairs.  Really excited about doing this. I’ll be touching on […]

There’s A New Vons A-comin’: Reps outline plans for Eagle Rock store and shopping center

There’s A New Vons A-comin’: Reps outline plans for Eagle Rock store and shopping center

New wing of shops will extend from the north side of Vons/PDCenters Expanded parking lots, more shops, additional landscaping with trees, outdoor plazas and an enhanced “premium” store were just some of new changes that representatives from Property Development Centers (PDC) presented to Eagle Rock residents about what they can expect from their Vons store […]

St. Nicholas of Tolentino Loses His Arms to His Cause

St. Nicholas of Tolentino Loses His Arms to His Cause

          By Linda Dove I am no longer rowing this boat. Oarless, I cheat death. I skim gloom. My arms go on working without me, just some old wood people expect to start fires. Can you lose the hope of your hands? Once, they broke bread, made the sign of the […]

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