Archive for ‘January, 2015’


Remembering Gospel singer Andrae Crouch

Remembering Gospel singer Andrae Crouch

Andrae Crouch, multiple Grammy winner and Oscar nominee, has died at 72. ; Credit: Nashville Publicity Group He was a giant of gospel music, and LA’s own – Andrae Crouch.  Within the past hour, flowers were laid on his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  Crouch passed away yesterday at the age of 72, […]

Silver Lake gardener injured in gang crossfire [updated @ 9:53 pm]

Silver Lake gardener injured in gang crossfire [updated @ 9:53 pm]

Updated at 9:53 p.m. SILVER LAKE – A 62-year-old gardener was injured tonight after he was caught in the crossfire between two gangs during a shooting that took place near Silver Lake Boulevard and Vendome Street. “He happened to be outside and was caught in the middle,” said Sgt. John Marroquin of the Rampart Division. […]

Attack in Paris: Threat assessment, manhunt and mourning

Attack in Paris: Threat assessment, manhunt and mourning

This combo shows handout photos released by French Police in Paris early on January 8, 2015 of suspects Cherif Kouachi (L), aged 32, and his brother Said Kouachi (R), aged 34, wanted in connection with an attack at the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in the French capital that killed at least 12 people. French police […]

A colorful Wednesday, from sunrise to sunset

A colorful Wednesday, from sunrise to sunset

Sunrise over Silver Lake | Matthew Iadarola Today was bookended by a colorful sunrise and an even more dramatic sunset. Matthew Iadarola was up early to catch the pale pink sky reflected in the Silver Lake Reservoir while Martha Benedict snapped a shot of the crimson clouds as seen at day’s end from Montecito Heights. […]

Attack in Paris: Assessing the impact on satirical expression

Attack in Paris: Assessing the impact on satirical expression

A man holds up a Charlie Hebdo magazine during a rally at the Place Royale in Nantes on January 7, 2015, to show solidarity for the victims of the attack by unknown gunmen on the offices of the satirical weekly, Charlie Hebdo. ; Credit: GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images An attack on satiric magazine Charlie Hebdo has […]

Lost in Silver Lake: Lost Maine Coon cat

Lost in Silver Lake: Lost Maine Coon cat

We Lost our cat, she is a maine coon, brown and black stripes with green eyes about 10 lbs, no collar, she is around 10 years old and doesn’t go outside. She went missing on 1/6. We are very worried about her, if you see her please let us know. She went missing around the […]

Elemental: Light

Elemental: Light

The funny thing about light is that you can’t really see it. You can see the things that make light, like the sun, the light bulb overhead, or the fire in the fireplace. You can see other things like leaves, rocks, rooms, cars, and buildings because of the light that bounces off their surfaces into […]

Silver Gloves…Boxing That Is

Silver Gloves…Boxing That Is

We’re not huge fans of right hooks to the face but we know a lot of people, some dear friends, who are enthralled with the sport of boxing. As such, we are including an event happening this weekend, in which some may be interested enough to attend. January 9th-11th, the Pasadena Human Services and Recreation […]

The Kitchen Widow

The Kitchen Widow

New week, new possibilities. One gentle step at a time. This is the mantra of The Kitchen Widow, a web series created by Tembi Locke. “My life had a big cause. The cause was to keep the person I love so much alive as long as we can. And then, that mission ended.” Tembi’s husband […]

Time to Prune the Roses

Time to Prune the Roses

The first thing to know is that it’s hard to kill a rose with bad pruning. (Phew!) But though it takes patience and time to become a skilled pruner (is that a word?) or one who prunes, pruning is very good for plants as it encourages new growth and blooms. Pruning also removes dead wood, […]

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