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Veterans Day salute over Glassell Park

Veterans Day salute  over Glassell Park

Photo by Matt Hartman Glassell Park — The vintage airplanes of the Condor Squadron buzzed across today’s gray skies during a Veterans Day flight. Matt Hartman captured these images from Glassell Park. Photo by Matt Hartman Photo by Matt Hartman Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Repair Cafe at All Saints

Repair Cafe at All Saints

Would you like to slice through that tomato, that lemon, that roasted chicken like it’s butter on a spring day? Tired of sore muscles trying to find that exact angle with a  Sharpening Steel? At Repair Cafe on November 15th at All Saints, you can learn how to sharpen knives on a wet stone. You […]

West LA veterans facility slow to help homeless

West LA veterans facility slow to help homeless

People walk past a homeless war veteran explaining his plight hoping for assistance while standing along Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California, on August 22, 2012. ; Credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images The new director of the West Los Angeles Veterans Home, Thomas Bucci, is tasked with speeding up  the slow progress of the half-empty facility. […]

Opera, Anyone?

Opera, Anyone?

Opera is coming to Pasadena. Firstly, Caltech engineering and literature graduate, JPL summer research fellow, pianist, vocal coach, music director, and conductor Dana Sadava. Secondly, Professor of Sciences and Humanities at San Francsico Conservatory of Music, cognitive neuroscience affiliate at USC’s Memory and Aging Center, and working soprano Dr. Indre Viskontas. Jointly, these two women […]

Vroman’s History Talk!

Vroman’s History Talk!

First of all, from the bottom of our hearts, we THANK YOU! All of you! Those close by and those far away. We wouldn’t be here without all of you and we sure won’t make it another 120 years without the support you all give us. To everyone that has been wishing us well on […]

Celebrate 130 Years of Reading

Celebrate 130 Years of Reading

We like our libraries. According to the Pasadena Public Library, “the annual average number of library materials checked out per resident is 12, compared with the national average of 6.4 for cities with populations of over 100,000.” Come celebrate “130 Years of Reading” at the Central Library on November 15th. Jumping Flea Circus, Theatre Americana, […]

Angeleno Heights or Angelino Heights?

Angeleno Heights or Angelino Heights?

Which sign has it right? | Madalyn Rofer-Choate Even the city-issued signs disagree about the correct spelling of the Victorian-era neighborhood next to Echo Park. Madalyn Rofer-Choate sent in this photo of the signs at Bellevue Avenue and East Edgeware Road that spell the neighborhood name two ways: Angeleno with an “e” and Angelino with […]

6 Questions with T. Jefferson Parker!

6 Questions with T. Jefferson Parker!

T. Jefferson Parker will be at the store on November 21 at 7pm. We asked him 6 questions as a little teaser for what’s to come at the end of next month. Read on!         You write mystery very well so well that you have written 20 crime novels. What got you started […]

How celebrity women going ‘au naturel’ impacts female body image

How celebrity women going ‘au naturel’ impacts female body image

(L-R) Alicia Vikander, Keira Knightley, Joe Wright and Domhnall Gleeson attend the “Anna Karenina” New York Special Screening at Florence Gould Hall on November 7, 2012 in New York City.; Credit: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images In an interview with “The Times” of London, Keira Knightley revealed why she posed topless for the September issue of Interview […]

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon ~ 2 Year Anniversary at 3 Clubs Lounge

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon ~ 2 Year Anniversary at 3 Clubs Lounge

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon’s Two Year Anniverary. Fine single malt whisky and dynamic, star-power poets at a classic Hollywood lounge? Yes, please. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

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