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Trail users concerned about Edison work above Millard Creek

Trail users concerned about Edison work above Millard Creek

Paul Ayer’s picture and outline of the two acre pull site above Millard Creek before construction started. by Timothy Rutt Local trail users are concerned that Southern California Edison has clearcut and re-graded about two acres of mature forest above Millard Canyon during recent line upgrades, which some say damages an important part of the […]

Eliot to host e-waste pickup Saturday

Eliot to host e-waste pickup Saturday

Eliot Middle School will be hosting an e-waste dropoff fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 9 AM-3 PM. Computer, monitors, laptops and more will be accepted at the school parking lot, 2181 N. Lake Avenue. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

I am all by myself

I am all by myself

I thought about rescanning this photo.  But after staring at it for a while I found it too poetic to do so.  There is something about the fact that the image is partially hidden.   I thought about this and about the history of Garfield Elementary School here in Pasadena.  It’s one thing to know […]

Filmweek: Don Jon, Baggage Claim, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 and more

Filmweek: Don Jon, Baggage Claim, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 and more

Actress Scarlett Johansson and actor/filmmaker Joseph Gordon-Levitt arrive at the “Don Jon” Premiere during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival at Princess of Wales Theatre on September 10, 2013 in Toronto, Canada. ; Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images Guest host Patt Morrison is joined by KPCC critics Tim Cogshell, Andy Klein and Charles Solomon to review […]

Frogtown Artwalk showcases art, music, L.A. River and Hula Hooping

Frogtown Artwalk showcases art, music, L.A. River and Hula Hooping

Elysian Valley – aka Frogtown – will host its 6th Annual Frogtown Artwalk this Saturday, September 28. The vibrant community that sits on the edge of the LA River  is home to an eclectic mix of talented artisans and craftsmen. This weekend, visitors will have a chance to explore the neighborhood and wander along the […]

The Weekend Go Go: Cancan Oui!, Go Glow, Thai Taste, Goodbye Grand Ole Echo

The Weekend Go Go: Cancan Oui!, Go Glow, Thai Taste, Goodbye Grand Ole Echo

It’s one of those weekends…EVERYTHING is happening all over town. Since cloning is not an option (yet), you’ll want to stock up on your preferred energy booster whether Red Bull, Red Vines, wheat grass, or coffee (oh hey, Stumptown!) Go Go’ers, this weekend, the Energizer Bunny is you. Musique de Sexy These days, burlesque is […]

Army to revise tattoo policy, again. This time to make it more stringent.

Army to revise tattoo policy, again. This time to make it more stringent.

Would the army’s new policy on tattoos make it even harder for the Army to bring new people in?; Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images New rules that would ban new recruits from having tattoos below the elbows and knees or above the neckline have been approved by the Army, military magazine Stars and Stripes reports. The […]

Found: two wandering chickens

Found: two wandering chickens

Reader Bryan gives it to us straight: Where: Wandering in front yards close to the corner of Allen and New York. When: Monday 9/23, afternoon. What: Two young Wyandotte(?) chickens. Contact: Bryan Langholz: langholz@usc.edu or 626-483-9937 Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Silver Lake’s Flore remains a go-to mainstay for omnivores and vegans alike

Silver Lake’s Flore remains a go-to mainstay for omnivores and vegans alike

Rice Bowl/Valentina Silva By Valentina Silva Vegan food has become quite the rage in past few years, breaking through to the mainstream with chains like Native Foods, Veggie Grill and Real Food Daily. Still, by my estimations, none of them have managed to even come close to Silver Lake’s Flore Vegan Cuisine. This mainstay cafe […]

Atwater council meetings are the cat’s meow

Atwater council meetings are the cat’s meow

Benjamin, the council cat/Tony Cella By Tony Cella During a recent meeting of the Atwater Village Neighborhood Council held at a local church,  a white-haired stakeholder named Benjamin turned around in the pew where he was seated. He then jumped onto the top of the pew and strutted for a few steps before hopping down to […]

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