Archive for ‘May, 2015’


Looking for Something To Do? Free Events May 30 to June 5

Looking for Something To Do? Free Events May 30 to June 5

Here are events scheduled Saturday, May 30, to Friday, June 5. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena!  People of all ages are invited to learn about Chinese history and explore Chinese culture Saturday, May 30, from 10:30 a.m. to noon at […]

Bulletin Board: Animal Fest 2015 seeks to make Northeast L.A. a safer place for animals

Bulletin Board: Animal Fest 2015 seeks to make Northeast L.A. a safer place for animals

Submitted by Miry We were able to save an abandoned dog named Onyx from a shelter and find him a new home here in Eagle Rock. This was the inspiration for Animal Fest. Join us June 20 11 am – 2 pm at Eagle Rock City Hall to make northeast LA a safer place for […]

The state of Silicon Beach and tech in Los Angeles (#AT30)

The state of Silicon Beach and tech in Los Angeles (#AT30)

; Credit: Bill Youngblood/KPCC Silicon Valley is the nation’s undisputed tech innovation leader. And other cities from New York to Seattle are nipping at its heels. Los Angeles has been working to cultivate its own homegrown tech hub in the form of Silicon Beach, an area that encompasses Culver City to Santa Monica that has […]

Atomic Ranch Mid-Century with View

Atomic Ranch Mid-Century with View

Sponsored Post Open House: Saturday & Sunday, May 30 & 31 from 2 pm – 5 pm At the tippy top of the highest point in Eagle Rock sits this 3-bedroom, 2-1/2 bath Mid Century that has been featured in film and print. One of the first homes to grace “Atomic Ranch” Magazine, 1923 Silverwood […]

Mount Wilson: The 60-Inch Telescope

Mount Wilson: The 60-Inch Telescope

When I said Craig Woods has the keys to Mount Wilson, I meant he has all the keys. He took us inside the housing for the 60-inch telescope. I love that he can flip a switch and the motorized roof opens like the mouth of a big, mechanical monster. Anyone walking by can hear it […]

What Christianity can learn from SuperBowl ads

What Christianity can learn from SuperBowl ads

; Credit: Photo by Bryce Bradford via Flickr Creative Commons We recently talked on the show about new research from the Pew Research Center showing a significant drop in the number of Americans identifying themselves as Christians. Many young people say they resent the way in which religion, and specifically Christianity, has been co-opted by […]

City wants to pass the bill for sidewalk repairs over to its property owners

City wants to pass the bill for sidewalk repairs over to its property owners

LOS ANGELES, CA – AUGUST 12: City of Los Angeles Public Works Department Street Services workers repair a sidewalk on August 12, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. ; Credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images The City of Los Angeles is looking to pass the bill for sidewalk repairs over to its commercial and residential property owners. The […]

Councilman wants to permanently close Silver Lake tunnel

Councilman wants to permanently close Silver Lake tunnel

The Sunset Boulevard pedestrian tunnel near Micheltorena Elementary pictured in 2011. SILVER LAKE — In 1924 a 75-foot-long tunnel was opened underneath Sunset Boulevard at Golden Gate Avenue to create a safe passage for children and other pedestrians walking to Micheltorena Elementary. It has been many years, however, since school kids have passed through the […]

IntenSati

IntenSati

Fitnessista describes intenSati as: A revolutionary workout, fusing high-energy aerobics, martial arts, dance, yoga, and strength conditioning. Combining spoken affirmations with simple choreography, intenSati provides a heart-pumping, exhilarating workout that builds physical, mental, and spiritual muscle. “Inten” derives from “intention”, and “Sati” is a Pali word which means mindfulness. (Fitnessista) IntenSati was created by Patricia […]

Modernists & Supreme Rulers: It’s Complicated

Modernists & Supreme Rulers: It’s Complicated

Brian Elerding of the wonderful California Shakespeare Ensemble that has performed a stripped-down Twelfth Night, The Big Bad Wolf, and Shakespeare’s Lovers 2.0 at Descanso Gardens and a Frankenstein-style re-assembling of the Bard’s greatest bad guys in Villains, is now, also, Executive Director at Lineage Performing Arts Center. He’s kindly informed us of several upcoming […]

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