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Should you hold out for the perfect job or take the first offer?

Should you hold out for the perfect job or take the first offer?

Applicants wait to meet potential employers at a Manhattan job fair on January 17, 2013 in New York City. Should recent graduates take the very first job offer they receive, or should they hold out for their dream position? ; Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images California’s unemployment rate has been steadily falling. The state’s jobless rate […]

The Go Go: Eagle Rock Comedy Fest, DT-LAB Books & Booze, Artists’ Books and Cookies

The Go Go: Eagle Rock Comedy Fest, DT-LAB Books & Booze, Artists’ Books and Cookies

The Go Go: a comedy crawl, a booze-centric celebration of words, and art and cookies. And it’s not even the weekend yet…. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

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Random

Random pics from here and there… Starting with one (top right) by Isabella Faith while in the Arroyo with friends…           Followed by completely random images…              

From Star Wars to Lincoln with CalPhil

From Star Wars to Lincoln with CalPhil

The summer series opens June 28th with music from Star Wars, E.T., Schindler’s List, Jaws, and Jurassic Park. It’s the works of John Williams. Also on the program is the 1812 Overture, Carmina Burana, and Brahms’ Double Concerto. Under the direction of Maestro Victor Vener and Chorus Maestra Marya Basaraba, the Cal Phil and Phil […]

An Evening at the Chinese Garden

An Evening at the Chinese Garden

The Chinese Garden at the Huntington is a circuitous and wondrous place. On June 28th, spend the evening amidst the lake, pavilions, and bridges at a “cultural discovery” event that includes music, art, activities, and a lion dance. Family Evening at the Chinese Garden Saturday, June 28th, 5:30-8 p.m. The Huntington, 1151 Oxford Rd., San Marino […]

Free in July at PSC & “Thanks for the Memories”

Free in July at PSC & “Thanks for the Memories”

The Pasadena Senior Center is above and beyond what one would imagine a senior center to be. It’s not housed in a run down, depressing building along a side street; the ol’ folk out of site, out of mind. The Pasadena Senior Center is new-ish (extensive renovations were completed in 1998) and it has lovely […]

Calling All Artists

Calling All Artists

Friday, July 25th is the deadline to apply for inclusion in the 9th Annual Pasadena ARTWalk. All artists may apply to exhibit and sell their work, as well as participate in a juried show. A minimum of three and a maximum of five images of art work must be a part of the artist’s application […]

Cacti & Succulents at the Huntington

Cacti & Succulents at the Huntington

Now that we’re deep into, and not soon emerging from, a serious drought, the Huntington’s annual Cactus and Succulent Sale, June 28th-29th, is even more relevant. Hundreds of outstanding and intriguing plants will be on view as the Cactus and Succulent Society of America presents its 49th annual show and sale (with an early-bird sale […]

Creating a Bug Hotel

Creating a Bug Hotel

Bugs can make us scream, , yelp, yip (sounds like “Yeep!”), and jump faster than we ever imagined we could. Then again, bugs often draw us closer—with their colors, their behavior, and their tenacity. On Saturday, June 28th, Kidspace welcomes children ages 5 to 11 to participate in a “Bug Hotel” workshop. A bug hotel is […]

El Sereno Hot Shots claim championship

El Sereno Hot Shots claim championship

Submitted by El Sereno Hot Shots Photo Courtesy El Sereno Hot Shots By Jacob Silva EL SERENO — The El Sereno Park  Hot Shots  shined from the beginning  of the Spring GPLA Softball Season in April to the season championships earlier this month. The championship games was an exciting experience in which the Hot Shots […]

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