Archive for ‘September, 2013’


Zen Boz

Zen Boz

Not in a mood for funny yet wishing to provide you with Zen Monday, I’m re-posting a Zen Monday from 2010, including the comments that prompted me to post the second photo. There are quite a lot of them, and room for you to comment at the bottom.Boz provided us with love, exercise and endless […]

Get Bald!

Get Bald!

More than 175,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year. According to Wil Dee, Managing Partner of Haven Gastropub +Brewery, “only 4 percent of all federal cancer research (is) dedicated to pediatric cancer research.” As the month of September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, on Saturday, September 28th, HGB is teaming up with St. Baldrick’s Foundation […]

Zandra Rhodes: Lunch with a Legend

Zandra Rhodes: Lunch with a Legend

Enjoy a lunch prepared by chef Bryant Wigger at Pasadena’s relatively new Trattoria Neapolis (dubbed best new restaurant) while also having “an exclusive opportunity to meet, mingle, and enjoy conversation with legendary British designer Zandra Rhodes, CBE.” “‘I am tired of good taste,’ Zandra Rhodes once said. ‘I want to do everything wrong and get […]

Frogtown Artwalk & Cactus Gallery Pop Up

Frogtown Artwalk & Cactus Gallery Pop Up

Once again, we’re pushing the boundaries of San Gabriel Valley, but how can we not when this Saturday’s the 8th annual Frogtown Artwalk? The three As (a rip off of the three Rs concept) are artists, artisans, and architects. These creators, inventors and explorers of Elysian Valley (a.k.a. Frogtown) inhabit the industrial buildings that run […]

Found in Eagle Rock: Two female dogs on Colorado

Found in Eagle Rock: Two female dogs on Colorado

Submitted by Paul We found these two small female dogs in Eagle Rock around 7pm on September 20, running in and out of traffic on the South side of Colorado, East of Townsend. They aren’t microchipped but have matching collars and have been well taken care of up to getting lost. The black and white […]

Friday Fun Flick: "Epic," at the Library Sept. 27

Friday Fun Flick: "Epic," at the Library Sept. 27

Beyonce Knowles and Amanda Seyfried lend their voices to Friday’s Fun Flick, Epic, on Fri., Sept. 27 at the Altadena Main Library, 600 E. Mariposa St. From the creators of Ice Age, enjoy the year’s funniest and most entertaining animated adventure. Rated PG, the film starts at 3:30 PM in the Community Room, and admission […]

Hoping for an attack of seasonal inspiration and wisdom

Hoping for an attack of seasonal inspiration and wisdom

Welcome new member of the sponsor team: Rhythms of the Village

Welcome new member of the sponsor team: Rhythms of the Village

Welcoming a new member of our sponsor team: Rhythms of the Village, 2279 N. Lake Avenue. Rhythms of the Village offers gifts and other items from the African diaspora for everyone, from clothing to musical instruments, oils, classes, and more! Urban, Hip Hop, Rasta, Caribbean, and other items for yourself or as gifts. Want to […]

Comme Ça

Comme Ça

WHY Good classic French bistro fare: bouillabaisse, steak frites (great), sole meunière. The cheese bar is a dairy addict’s heaven. WHAT Dubbed a slice of Paris in L.A., David Myer’s place is really a Paris brasserie gone Hollywood, with slick Marilyn Monroe—white booths and old-school bartenders making excellent drinks. Some regulars come just for the […]

New Eagle Rock bike lanes roll in next week

New Eagle Rock bike lanes roll in next week

Rendering of Colorado Boulevard bike lane./LADOT After many months of debate and meetings, city workers next week will begin the work of restriping Colorado Boulevard to make more room for cyclists and less room for motor vehicles. The changes are part of a program to improve safety, slow down traffic and create a more pedestrian-friend […]

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