Archive for ‘March, 2015’


Spring in Connecticut

Spring in Connecticut

Spring 2015 officially commenced in the northern hemisphere on March 20th. Here in lovely Southern California, the season is easy to spot with the blooming of tulips, poppies, cherry blossoms, calla lily, and pansies. In New England, the changing of the guard after the vernal equinox is not so obvious. We recently visited southern Connecticut […]

The Language of Flowers

The Language of Flowers

At the beginning of The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, we learn learn that moss is an emblem of maternal love, a bouquet of marigolds represents grief, and a bucket of thistle, misanthropy. This is amidst the protagonist Victoria Jones detailing her dreams of fire (which she’s had for eight years), only to wake […]

New Slate of Classes at SPACE

New Slate of Classes at SPACE

Fables & Folk Tales, Nature’s Elements, Everyone Can Draw, and The Path of Story are a few of the new slate of classes being offered at SPACE Art Center in South Pasadena. The Path of Story: Writing Lab for Adults will be taught by Karen Rizzo, author of last year’s Famous Baby, and Jim Macdonald. […]

Behind the Velvet Ropes, Details & Joinery, Fire & Light

Behind the Velvet Ropes, Details & Joinery, Fire & Light

How can architectural aficionados and groupies resist a house tour that comes with a flashlight? Gamble House is offering a “leisurely” paced, 2½ hour tour led by knowledgeable and passionate docents “wearing white gloves” who will open doors and drawers to “reveal gems” that can only be seen close up and are not included on […]

Found in Boyle Heights: Puppy on 11th Street

Found in Boyle Heights:  Puppy on 11th Street

We found a puppy on E. 11th Street in Boyle Heights. Contact: 2139999979 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Springtime arrivals at Echo Park Lake

Springtime arrivals at Echo Park Lake

Echo Park Lake gosslings | Robin Blackman Echo Park News Sponsor • Masa of Echo Park ECHO PARK –– A gaggle of goslings took a morning stroll at Echo Park Lake today under the watchful eye of adult geese. Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Easter Egg Hunts Around SGV

Easter Egg Hunts Around SGV

We may have highlighted the Rose Bowl’s first Easter egg hunt, or the Egg Bowl, but there are many different options for families who might like something smaller and more intimate. Saturday, April 4th: Egg-ceptional Celebration with egg hunt, hikes, and “egg scramble” and “egg-expedition,” hands-on activities, refreshments, and prizes. L.A. Arboretum, 301 N. Baldwin […]

Moments in Time

Moments in Time

Last week I went to see Pasadena Museum of History’s companion exhibits Pasadena Pursuit and Mystery History for the third time. Fascinating historical facts, artifacts, and photographs fill two galleries. Fun, informative, and interactive! The curator of Pasadena Pursuit, Dan McLaughlin, set up a kiosk in the North Gallery where you can search Pasadena Public […]

LaBonge makes the case for testing Griffith Park’s Hollywood sign access

LaBonge makes the case for testing Griffith Park’s Hollywood sign access

A hiker at the corner of Durand Dr. at Griffith Park. ; Credit: Puck90/Flickr A pilot program to open a path for motorists through Griffith Park to the iconic Hollywood Sign is pitting neighborhood groups against cyclists against tourists against hikers against other neighborhood groups – you get the idea. While congestion is no stranger […]

One Starry Night for ALS Benefit with Renée Zellweger

One Starry Night for ALS Benefit with Renée Zellweger

From Broadway to Hollywood, Jonathan White is once again co-producing a night to remember for this year’s gala to support the Golden West Chapter of the ALS Association, with proceeds benefiting the continuing effort to fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease. The Pasadena Playhouse will be full on the evening of April 20th with headliners of […]

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