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Should a suicide blog on Yahoo be given new life?

Should a suicide blog on Yahoo be given new life?

On the day of his suicide Martin Manley published a blog that details what led to his decision. Yahoo decided to take the blog down, but many other sites have re-posted Manley’s blog content. Last Thursday Kansas City sports reporter Martin Manley took his own life. That same day, he published a blog that detailed what […]

History Mystery No. 20

History Mystery No. 20

What’s this and where are we? In this undated photo, presumably shot in the late 1890s, a group on an outing stops at Devil’s Gate. There’s not much more than a puddle of water in the photo. Here’s the same location with much more water, probably shot in winter or spring.     Benjamin Eaton […]

Pasadena Senior Center Gala: Zest!

Pasadena Senior Center Gala: Zest!

“If you are lucky enough to be born with a fine life and have a good education, you ought to give back. If there is an organization worth your time, give one hundred percent.” These are the sentiments of Weta Mathies, who along with her husband Dr. Allen Mathies, will be honored at this October’s […]

Farm-to-Table: It’s a Feast!

Farm-to-Table: It’s a Feast!

Jeffrey Haines, Tim Guiltinan, Alexandra Poer Sheridan, Gale Kohl, Lalo Sanchez, and Claud Beltran. The Raymond, Alexandra’s Table, Gale’s, Crossings, and Claud & Co Eatery. Pan seared wild sea bass. Vegetable and feta torte. Homemade gnocchi with rosemary pork ragu. Fried chicken on a chive waffle with spicy maple butter sauce. Top chefs, top restaurants, […]

Mid Summer Night

Mid Summer Night

A violinist playing under the stars. A voice serenading the evening sky. Upper Hastings Ranch Association presents the 5th Annual Mid Summer Night Concert Under the Stars on August 24th. The classical side of the musical program will feature The Harmonium Trio with Yin Yin Huang, pianist; Ling Yan, cellist; and Tina Chang Qu, violinist. […]

Frozen Beah Heah!

Frozen Beah Heah!

Want to celebrate that “breathtaking” throw by Yasiel Puig from the far right foul line all the way to 3rd base taking out Turner of the N.Y. Mets as he tried to slide in head first? Or, how about another home run by Andre Ethier, or a walk off winning hit by Adrian Gonzalez? Will […]

Scenes and sounds from Echo Park Rising

Scenes and sounds from Echo Park Rising

Echo Park was awash in bands, beards, and beer on Saturday as Echo Park Rising attracted a youthful crowd to attend musical acts spread across the neighborhood. More music today. Click here for the line up. [View the story “Scenes and sounds from Echo Park Rising” on Storify] Follow Eastsider Music on Twitter  and Eastsider […]

I like that old time rock ‘n’ roll …

I like that old time rock ‘n’ roll …

by Timothy Rutt Saturday night was time to get into "The Groove" with their mix of oldies done right at Farnsworth Park. The Sheriff Support Group’s annual concert series continues next Saturday with the Celtic thunder of the hometown Those Manning Bhoys, a touch of Ireland in Altadena, starting at 7 PM. Read the Full […]

Town council meeting may get lively

Town council meeting may get lively

by Timothy Rutt The next meeting of the Altadena Town Council will be Tuesday, Aug. 20, at the Altadena Community Center, 730 E. Altadena Drive, starting at 7 PM. Major items of business seem to be choosing a new group of executive officers for the term and appointing Ron Adams to the vacant seat at […]

CHP sends out another Amber alert for missing Nevada children

CHP sends out another Amber alert for missing Nevada children

Law enforcement is searching for: Martin Cisneras Rosales, 34; Lillyana Ramires and Martin Angel Rosales; and Amber Schenck with Martin Angel Rosales. by Timothy Rutt The California Highway Patrol sent out an Amber alert Thursday night, looking for two children abducted from Elko, Nevada on Aug. 14. The missing children are Lillyana Ramires, 9, Hispanic […]

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