Archive for ‘September, 2013’


91 Boyle Heights street trees on the chopping block

91 Boyle Heights street trees on the chopping block

Post by All Roads Lead to Boyle Heights. City tree cutting crews were busy in Boyle Heights this weekend, sawing  and hacking down street trees along the 1800 block of East First Street near Mariachi Plaza. It’s part of a project that will remove 91 trees along First Street and improve cracked and broken sidewalks, […]

PMH Seeking Volunteers

PMH Seeking Volunteers

The Pasadena Museum of History is calling all volunteers (or want-to-be volunteers): Each year thousands of third and fourth-grade students come to Pasadena History Museum to take advantage of unique programs exploring the history and art of the western San Gabriel Valley. These learning experiences are especially memorable because they take place in historic Fenyes […]

I’m Hosting a Podcasting Webinar this Wednesday and Upcoming Events

I’m Hosting a Podcasting Webinar this Wednesday and Upcoming Events

If you couldn’t make it to BlogHer13 and are interested in adding a podcast to your blog,  I’m hosting a ‘how-to’ podcasting webinar and there are still spots available. I’m part of an online conference put together by VoiceBoks that features webinars on all kinds of topics over the next few days for a very […]

BREAKING: Washington navy yard shooting

BREAKING: Washington navy yard shooting

Police tactical units leave after responding to a shooting at the Navy Yard in Washington, DC, September 16, 2013. A shooting rampage at the Washington naval base claimed at least 12 lives including that of an unidentified gunman, city police chief Cathy Lanier told reporters Monday. ; Credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images At least twelve people […]

Mozart: Turkish Violin Concerto

Mozart: Turkish Violin Concerto

You first boss was tough. You gave your best, but he just didn’t understand your creative genius. So starts the description of Saturday’s performance by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra at the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena. Since we like a sense of humor, we shall let them continue: Believe it or not, Mozart toiled in […]

Antonovich hosts foster youth benefit Sept. 26

Antonovich hosts foster youth benefit Sept. 26

by Timothy Rutt Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich will host the 18th Annual “All for the Love of Kids” event to benefit Los Angeles County foster youth. Proceeds from the event go to the Children’s Trust Fund which provides foster youth with services, goods and activities not typically covered by government funding such as special medical, […]

Fair Trade Concepts & Teacher Appreciation

Fair Trade Concepts & Teacher Appreciation

“The concepts of fair trade can be woven into social studies, business, mathematics, civics, humanities, (and) art and home economic classes,” says Sam Bills, manager of Ten Thousand Villages Pasadena. Ten Thousand Villages, wanting to show its appreciation for teachers, is hosting a free in-store workshop with speakers and a short film on fair trade. […]

Zen Monday #260

Zen Monday #260

Every Monday is Zen Monday. (First visit to Zen Monday? It’s the day you tell us what the photo’s about, rather than me telling you.) Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Flea Market for Kids

Flea Market for Kids

Has that little one of yours been trying to sell his sister again? Are the twins competing to see who can make the “best” cereal bowl, dragon, or vase (for mom) in ceramics class? Does your suddenly serious ten-year-old sneak paper into the pages of his textbook so that he can continue working on his […]

Listen First, Then Pay

Listen First, Then Pay

They’re calling it “voting with your pocketbook musically.” The Pasadena Master Chorale (PMC) is opening its 5th season with “A Portrait of Benjamin Britten” on October 12th with “listen first, then pay” pricing. Tickets may be purchased for $0 online or through PMC members. Excuse me? you ask. Let us clarify. Ticketholders are invited to […]

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