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Pacific Martial Arts

Pacific Martial Arts

Located in Glassell Park, Pacific Martial Arts is Los Angeles’s fastest growing karate school. With over 20 years in the fields of psychology and traditional martial arts instruction, lead instructor Jason Knight has helped hundreds of children develop focus, confidence, leadership and social responsibility through his innovative and engaging curriculum. (323)314-3743 | email | website […]

Historic Interviews

Historic Interviews

He owned a barber shop. She was the first Black manicurist to work on white customers. He is Mr. LeRoy Mims. She is Mrs. Leona Lee. Both are Pasadena residents. The Pasadena Museum of History interviewed over two dozen African-American residents back in 1984. Not only did these interviews provide the content for the documentary […]

Wardrobe for a Girl

Wardrobe for a Girl

A grandmother needs a crib and a bed so her grandchildren can stay with her; a working mom needs a supply of diapers to leave at daycare for her toddler; a family living in a converted garage needs a refrigerator to maintain custody of the children. Through the Adopt a Child Abuse Caseworker (ACAC) Program […]

Making Dashi

Making Dashi

Dashi is a very flavorful basic broth in Japanese cooking. It has a savory taste (umami) and is typically made from dried bonito flakes (Katsuobushi), dried fish (Niboshi) or kelp (Kombu). It is a very important ingredient for traditional Japanese food. Dashi is used not only for soups such as Miso Soup, but also for a […]

Immigration experts discuss ‘birth tourism’ after feds raid suspected ‘maternity hotels’ in Southern California

Immigration experts discuss ‘birth tourism’ after feds raid suspected ‘maternity hotels’ in Southern California

A nurse holds a baby’s hand at the Critically Ill Baby Aid Center of Anhui Children Hospital on April 14, 2005 in Hefei of Anhui Province, east China.; Credit: China Photos/Getty Images In the latest move to investigate “birth tourism,” federal agents served search warrants at 20 locations in Southern California early Tuesday. The feds […]

Mystery History — Special Edition #2

Mystery History — Special Edition #2

Photo #2: Where are we? And what’s happening?For this special edition of Mystery History, guesses on this blog are disqualified because this contest is strictly low-tech. Come to my Mystery History exhibition at the Pasadena Museum of History and stroll through the 14 topics that feature photos, artifacts and back stories. At the end of the […]

Mystery History — Special Edition

Mystery History — Special Edition

Photo #2: Where are we? And what’s happening?For this special edition of Mystery History, guesses on this blog are disqualified for the first time ever because this contest is strictly low-tech. Come to my Mystery History exhibition at the Pasadena Museum of History and stroll through the 14 topics that feature photos, artifacts and back […]

For Rent: Stunning Spacious 1930’s Spanish Triplex w/Garage in the Heart of Echo Park

For Rent: Stunning Spacious 1930’s Spanish Triplex w/Garage in the Heart of Echo Park

Sponsored Post: Eastside Property Listings Echo Park Ave | $2,900 | Property Website Walk into a quaint courtyard just off Echo Park Ave. and forget that you are in the middle of it all! Located above 2 one bedroom units, this 3 bedroom charmer is a steal when it comes to space, space and more […]

PokeMIX Grand Opening

PokeMIX Grand Opening

Sincere thanks to Kristie Hang for allowing us to re-print her review of the new Poke Bar…   By Kristie Hang Reporter, journalist, foodie KristieHang.com I was invited to taste-test the next big thing in the San Gabriel Valley. Tea royalty Flour + Tea (of the famous Ten Ren lineage) is opening their newest concept PokeMIX in Pasadena. […]

This Summer, Learn the Ukulele, Mandarin, Hip Hop, Sewing, Painting, Poetry…

This Summer, Learn the Ukulele, Mandarin, Hip Hop, Sewing, Painting, Poetry…

Kindergarteners through eighth graders have the opportunity for learning drawing and painting, poetry and short story writing, hip hop dancing, sewing, various sports and games, Mandarin, and the ukulele on the lovely campus of The Gooden School during the summer 2015. Seventh and eighth graders may also participate in an ISEE and HSPT test preparation […]

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