Archive for ‘November, 2013’


Aveson opens new campus to the community

Aveson opens new campus to the community

Aveson School celebrated its new campus with a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday. From left, Aveson Executive Director Kate Bean; Aveson senior David Domingo; Altadena Town Councilman Damon Hobdy; Meredith Miller and Councilman Billy Malone, representing the Altadena Chamber of Commerce; Councilwoman Judy Matthews; and Rita Hadjimanoukian of Supervisor Antonovich’s office. by Timothy Rutt It was […]

International Nativities Exhibition

International Nativities Exhibition

St. Francis of Assisi is accredited with creating the first nativity scene in 1223, albeit a “live” one using humans and animals. His intention: to cultivate the worship of Christ, or the Babe of Bethlehem, as St. Francis called him in his tribute, according to St. Bonaventure. (CERC) For 27 years, The Folk Tree has […]

Police investigating possible connection between Silver Lake murder and earlier crime

Police investigating possible connection between Silver Lake murder and earlier crime

Assemblyman Mike Gatto, center, with his father, Joseph, during swearing in ceremony in June 2010/43rd Assembly District Only one day before Joseph Gatto was found shot dead in his Silver Lake home, neighbors a few blocks away confronted a man who pointed a gun at one woman before fleeing down a public stairway. Could there […]

Eric Garcetti to leave Silver Lake behind

Eric Garcetti to leave Silver Lake behind

Mayor Eric Garcetti with wife Amy Wakeland/Facebook Mayor Eric Garcetti and his family have decided to move out of their their million-dollar, contemporary-style home in the hills of Silver Lake for the  92-year-old,  Tudor-style mansion in Hancock Park that serves as the city’s official mayoral home, the Daily News reports today. Why did Garcetti, who […]

Why humans fear, loathe, and love insects

Why humans fear, loathe, and love insects

“The Infested Mind” Do you feel disgusted when you a cockroach scurrying across the floor? What is your reaction when you hear someone says the word, “bed bugs?”  Seeing and talking about insects usually evokes a strong reaction, often fear, from many people.   In his book, Jeffrey Lockwood goes in depth into why those […]

Crime blotter: don’t taze me, bro’

Crime blotter: don’t taze me, bro’

Residential and vehicle thefts continue, and somebody lost their Taser. Crime blotter provided by the Altadena Sheriff Station. Sunday, November 3 2:30 PM – An attempted residential burglary occurred in the 1000 block of Rubio Street. Suspects attempted to enter the residence by shattering the front window. Suspects described as (2) male, Blacks, 16-18 yrs. […]

The Weekend Go Go: So Much Whisky, Lascivious Puppets, Folk Revival, Tasty Words

The Weekend Go Go: So Much Whisky, Lascivious Puppets, Folk Revival, Tasty Words

Go Go’ers, with Thanksgiving approaching at a turkey trot, it should be no surprise that much of the weekend’s fun has a food-centric element. Yes.  Whisky is one of the major food groups.  Ms. Go Go is happy you asked. Also part of the weekend fun: blood…and puppets who have sex. The latter…not even remotely a […]

Slain Silver Lake man depicted in new Kent Twitchell mural

Slain Silver Lake man depicted in new Kent Twitchell mural

Joe Gatto, dressed in a black jacket, show in a Kent Twitchell mural | L.A. County Arts Commission/Facebook The recent dedication of the renovated Bob Hope Patriotic Hall in downtown Los Angeles included the public debut of new murals painted by Kent Twitchell. One of the murals, ”Free Assembly,” includes the image of former school teacher and […]

Filmweek: The Best Man Holiday, Sunlight Jr., Charlie Countryman and more

Filmweek: The Best Man Holiday, Sunlight Jr., Charlie Countryman and more

Actors Sanaa Lathan (L) and Taye Diggs arrive at the premiere of Universal Pictures’ “The Best Man Holiday” at the Chinese Theatre on November 5, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. ; Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Larry is joined by KPCC critics Wade Major and Lael Loewenstein to review this week’s releases, including The Best Man […]

Found dog and Palm/Glen, heading for PHS

Found dog and Palm/Glen, heading for PHS

Caroline has found a dog: Today I found a male dog on Palm St and Glen Ave in Altadena. He has a blue collar on but no tags. I will be taking him to Pasadena Human Society to get scanned for a chip and have them post a picture. My Name is Caroline cell # […]

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