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Looking for Something to Do? Free Events Nov. 8 to 14

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events Nov. 8 to 14

  Here are events scheduled Saturday, Nov. 8, to Friday, Nov. 14. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena!    Safely dispose of old computers, keyboards, printers, scanners, fax machines, phones, TVs and other electronics at the eWaste event Saturday, Nov. 8, from […]

Obamacare vs. SCOTUS: Round 2

Obamacare vs. SCOTUS: Round 2

A protester against the US Supreme Court ruling upholding the constitutionality of the Affordable Healthcare Act, US President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare legislation, outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC; Credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images The battle over the Affordable Care Act continues as the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a new challenge to President […]

Found in Eagle Rock: Small, white Maltese dog

Found in Eagle Rock: Small, white Maltese dog

Found a little white maltese doggie running around the 134W entrance off Colorado Blvd, near the Trader Joe’s in East Eagle Rock. Doggie is safe and sound, but is probably missing home. Please contact me if you have any information about the owner. Contact: lkrovoza@gmail.com/(530) 219-3306 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? […]

Handicapping the 2016 presidential field

Handicapping the 2016 presidential field

Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives to a signing of her book “Hard Choices”, Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Ridgewood, N.J. ; Credit: Julio Cortez/AP A shellacking, a thumping, a drubbing. Call it whatever you want, the midterm election results represent a clear sign of voter discontent in the country today. Analysis abound concerning what President Obama’s […]

A great article about a wonderful little T-Shirt company called Out of Print!

A great article about a wonderful little T-Shirt company called Out of Print!

We simply adore the t-shirt company, Out of Print! Fortune wrote a great article about the company and asked our own Allison Hill for her input. The full article is pasted below. To see the original click here!  Two childhood friends created a t-shirt company to promote reading. Four years later, they’re in 700 stores […]

Naomi, Huneven, Jervey & More

Naomi, Huneven, Jervey & More

Most people know that when it comes to Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley—the woman sitting at the next table eating an arepa at Amara Chocolate, the man enjoying a Hangar 24 at the Alehouse in Altadena, the dude driving the restored 1965 Mustang convertible who’s tires are screeching as he navigates the Avenue 60 northbound offramp on the 110, […]

Diana Son’s Stop Kiss

Diana Son’s Stop Kiss

“It’s that rare play that gives the audience something complicated to think about rather than trying to spoon feed them all of the answers,” writes TCDailyPlanet‘s Matthew Everett regarding Diana Son’s play Stop Kiss. He also writes that it’s “funny, romantic, and sweet—this, despite the fact that half the play is dealing with the aftermath of a violent act […]

Billboard company moves closer to installing digital signs over Eastside

Billboard company moves closer to installing digital signs over Eastside

This conventional billboard on Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake would be replaced with a digital sign The spread of digital billboards across Los Angeles was virtually halted a few years ago after a federal appeals court upheld a city billboard ordinance. But a recent legal victory by Lamar Central Outdoor may put it a step […]

Girl Friday’s Camelot & Vine

Girl Friday’s Camelot & Vine

Not just an author’s reading but an event. Petrea Burchard, author of Camelot & Vine—a time traveling historic, humorous, dramatic twist of a tale—welcomes one and all to a Girl Friday Book Club night on November 14th at Kidd’s Jewelry Heist in South Pasadena. The evening will begin with dessert and wine (all the ingredients […]

The immediate effects of the election on LA County and California

The immediate effects of the election on LA County and California

Supporters of U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and republican U.S. Senate elect in Arkansas hold American flags during an election night gathering on Nov. 4, 2014 in North Little Rock, Arkansas.; Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The 2014 midterm election is over, and the results are in! On one front, not much has changed in Los […]

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