Archive for ‘November, 2013’


Chaos Chronicles 802: Outsourcing Dinner; Find Caramel Apples and Interview with Betz White, Designer, Crafter, Author, Mom.

Chaos Chronicles 802: Outsourcing Dinner; Find Caramel Apples and Interview with Betz White, Designer, Crafter, Author, Mom.

Click here to see all of Betz White's Amazing Work Featured Interview with Designer, Author and Crafter Betz White. Find her work here at betzwhite.com   Plus: Are you a Morning Person? Can you change if you’re not? Please help me help my teenaged son! Advice for SnapChat kid: Take the money Outsourcing your life: Does […]

Hahamongna Needs to be Saved. Again.

Hahamongna Needs to be Saved. Again.

I was going to quote a bunch of statistics. I was going to tell you Los Angeles County Department of Public Works apparently doesn’t have anyone on staff who can tell the difference between a dead tree and a dormant tree. I was going to tell you about the County’s draconian project to clear 4 […]

Do you prefer a male or female boss? (Poll)

Do you prefer a male or female boss? (Poll)

Do you have a preference on the gender of your boss?; Credit: iStockPhoto This segment will air on AirTalk Thursday, November 14. A new Gallup poll reveals that Americans still prefer a male boss. Thirty-five percent of respondents preferred a male boss, while only 23 percent preferred a female boss. The poll survey over two thousand […]

For Rent: 1920′s Craftsman Remodeled Home in Atwater

For Rent: 1920′s Craftsman Remodeled Home in Atwater

Sponsored Post: Eastside Property Listings Revere Avenue and Los Feliz Blvd. | Map 2399.00 | Property Website From The Rental Girl: Located on a tree lined street in Atwater Village, north of Glendale Blvd and just south of all the shops and cafes on Los Feliz Blvd. Looking for a home with charm that is […]

Ode to Malala Yousafzai

Ode to Malala Yousafzai

She is a pool of gleam. She is a seed, the rain. She is a prairie of idea, the harvest of motion. She is rosewater in a sandstone bowl. She is the refugee, the tarp of tent, the flame of fugue. She is the arms of mothers, a ribbon in a porcelain moon. She is […]

New sponsor team member: Massie Roofing Company

New sponsor team member:  Massie Roofing Company

by Timothy Rutt Altadenablog welcomes the newest member of its sponsor team, Massie Roofing Company! "Your hometown roofer since 1920," Massey can handle residential or small commercial jobs, from repairs to an entire new roof. Local and family-owned, they offer free estimates for the job you’re looking for. Check out their website at massieroofing.com or […]

News & Notes From Boyle Heights And Historic Filipinotown

News & Notes From Boyle Heights And Historic Filipinotown

Citrus & Sky, Silver Lake | Sandy Driscoll/Eastsider Photo Pool Proposed management change spreads concern at Boyle Heights housing project. Historic Filipinotown is No. 3 on L.A.Weekly list of L.A Neighborhoods That Confuse The Hell Out of Everyone. A photo tour of First Street’s new artistic utility boxes. Got photos to share? Join The Eastsider […]

Opinion: Lawful hunters have forest rights, too

Opinion: Lawful hunters have forest rights, too

by Timothy Jones The San Gabriel Mountain foothills are abundant with deer, bear, coyotes and a variety of animals that classify as game animals. The State of California Department of Fish and Wildlife divide the state into specific Hunting Zones to regulate and balance populations of the aforementioned animals. Specifically, legal deer hunting regulations in […]

Mud Season by Ellen Stimson

Mud Season by Ellen Stimson

The hilarious Ellen Stimson will be at Vroman’s Wednesday, November 13, at 7pm to discuss & sign her new book, Mud Season.  Come a little early for some refreshments featuring Vermont cheeses!  Not only does she have a lovely presentation planned for her guests, but you can enter to win a free vacation to Vermont […]

“Ring In” the Holiday Season

“Ring In” the Holiday Season

What better way to start the holiday season than with festive songs sung by the marvelous Los Angeles Children’s Choir? A silent auction that will benefit Friends in Deed and the concert will be held in the beautiful chapel of San Marino Community Church this Thursday, November 14th. The mission of Friends In Deed is to alleviate […]

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