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Kicking, crushing, burning, shooting: Your worst technology revenge horror stories

Kicking, crushing, burning, shooting: Your worst technology revenge horror stories

A Colorado man was cited for shooting his computer. ; Credit: Colorado Springs Police Department We’ve all reached our breaking point with technology, and maybe have even wanted to go “Office Space” on the offending machine… A Colorado man was recently ticketed for shooting his 2012 Dell XPS 410 computer eight times in a back […]

Caribbean Cooking

Caribbean Cooking

Trinidad stewed chicken and coconut rice. Hmmm. And, how about some pigeon peas? (No, not peas made out of Columbidae.) The cultivation of pigeon peas go back 3,500 years on the eastern part of peninsular India. Pigeon peas are both a food crop (dried peas, flour, or green vegetable peas) and a forage/cover crop. In […]

H & H ELECTRIC

H & H ELECTRIC

Sponsored Post Complete electrical services for Residential, Commercial and Industrial needs. License, bonded and insured, Hector M. Hernandez has been in business and servicing the greater Los Angeles area since 1988. Free Estimates (213) 483-1470 | email | website The businesses and services in the directory have not been reviewed nor are they endorsed by […]

Untethered

Untethered

Untethered: A love and death experience written by Julia Edwards and directed by Jen Bloom will be staged at Mountain View Mausoleum beginning May 8th. The play stars Joy Osmanski, Adam J. Smith, Kevin McCorkle, Gabriella Rhodeen, and Eli Weinberg, and features live music by Steven Van Betten and choreography by Stephanie Zaletel. In a […]

Foraging Your Garden & Wild Beer

Foraging Your Garden & Wild Beer

Is the cupboard bare? Then simply step out your back door. You didn’t realize you had a “backyard pantry” did you? Need a little lettuce? Try Baby Miner. Want some spinach? Look for wild green lambsquarters. Want an “awesome” ingredient for your salad? Put in some chickweeds. As a part of Huntington Ranch’s “Ecosystem-Based Gardening […]

Tea, Cookies & Talking About Death

Tea, Cookies & Talking About Death

“We will gather with one intent, to discuss death in order to enhance life,” says Hospice Chaplain Maggie Yenoki. Yenoki is scheduled to lead Pasadena’s first Death Café on May 5th at Throop Church. Neuchâtel, Switzerland was the site of the first Death Café as imagined by sociologist and anthropologist Bernard Crettaz with the “aim…to liberate […]

Grandmother’s Insomnia

Grandmother’s Insomnia

Grandmother’s Insomnia by Thelma T. Reyna   She awaits daylight on the skinny edge of her daughter’s cot, rolled away in mornings, at night a rusty sentry in the spidered corner of the hall. Like a wax figure melting, she sinks to her knees, now permanently ahead from prayer, her paper lips whispering the Credo, […]

Looking for Something To Do? Free Events April 25 to May 1

Looking for Something To Do? Free Events April 25 to May 1

Here are free events scheduled Saturday, April 25, to Friday, May 1.All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! Join Bill and Claire Bogaard for a casual afternoon of music, art, children’s activities, food trucks and more Saturday, April 25, from 3 to […]

Natural City

Natural City

Lost and found.  Conformity. Nature’s spotlight. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Eastside Saturday: Neutra House tours; writing workshops & more

Eastside Saturday: Neutra House tours; writing workshops & more

It’s a busy Saturday, with a Neutra house tour in Silver Lake, free writing workshops in Boyle Heights and a a bus tour of Echo Park crime. More to do in our Eastside Events calendar.  More to do in Eastside Events. Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

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