Archive for ‘March, 2015’


Chili Cornmeal Tart

Chili Cornmeal Tart

This hearty dish has been a staple in my cooking for over a year, so I was surprised when a friend asked me for the recipe and I wanted to direct her here, only to realize I hadn’t done a post about it. Like so many of my favorite dishes, this is just a slight […]

Lost in Living: A Must See

Lost in Living: A Must See

Lost in Living is a film for artists. Particularly women artists, though not exclusively. It’s also a film for people who are living with, loving, or trying to understand artists. For me, Kat Ward (no journalistic royal “we” here), Lost in Living by Mary Trunk and Paul Sanchez of Ma and Pa Films was a pivotal […]

Have Something to Say? TEDxPasadena Women

Have Something to Say? TEDxPasadena Women

The theme at TEDx Pasadena Women is “momentum.” How have women built momentum historically? How do women define momentum? How do they utilize it? Where has momentum brought women? Is women’s momentum different from human momentum, men’s momentum, or cultural momentum? What fuels momentum? What kills it? How have women used momentum to succeed and/or […]

A sky-high view of York Park

A sky-high view of York Park

HIGHLAND PARK — Did you miss last week’s grand opening of York Park? No problem. Now you have a drone’s-eye-view of the festivities without having to endure the speeches thanks to a YouTube video uploaded by Daniel Lingua. There are some dizzying moments as the drone swoops down to inspect the tree house and snake-shaped […]

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