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Researchers sniff out more than 200 methane hot spots in LA, Riverside, Orange counties

Researchers sniff out more than 200 methane hot spots in LA, Riverside, Orange counties

The downtown skyline stands beyond the dry Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles.; Credit: David McNew/Getty Images Power plants, water treatment facilities and even cattle in Chino are just a few of the things creating methane hot spots around Southern California, according to a new study out from the University of California, Irvine. The study looked […]

Model Grand Opening Nears for Silver Lake’s Newest Townhome Community, 29 Twenty

Model Grand Opening Nears for Silver Lake’s Newest Townhome Community, 29 Twenty

Sponsored Post Van Daele Homes and 15 Group are pleased to announce their newest joint endeavor, 29 Twenty in Silver Lake, an exciting new home offering of just 33 modern townhomes with roof-top decks. An interest list is now forming granting interested homebuyers VIP event access, early pricing and prequalifying. 29 Twenty’s stylish, three-story townhomes […]

Duchamp to Pop

Duchamp to Pop

Two words. Marcel. Duchamp. Assimilating Cubism and Futurism. Leading the American Dada movement. Coining the word “readymade” to mean a mass-produced object removed from its usual, accepted context and “promoted to the status of artwork by the mere choice of the artist. An inclination for wordplay that “aligns his work with that of Surrealists.” Considered […]

On a Break

On a Break

Versailles Kitty, 2006 I’m working on something new for the web and taking a break from Living Vicuriously. Just living curiously for the moment. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

SoCal Children’s Museum Moves to Colorado

SoCal Children’s Museum Moves to Colorado

The Southern California Children’s Museum has departed from their South Lake Avenue address and is moving to 459 East Colorado Boulevard, cater-cornered from El Paseo and across the street from FUMC Pasadena. SCCM emphasizes hands-on experiences for children—”quality early education options”—and was created by an eager group of parents. Past exhibits have included “Go Figure!”, […]

2016 Pasadena Heritage Spring Home Tour

2016 Pasadena Heritage Spring Home Tour

A. Quincy Jones and Glendale’s Webber House. Myron Hunt and the redesign of the Huntington Hotel. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House or La Miniatura in Pasadena. Paul Williams‘ hilltop estate for horse breeder Jack P. Atkin. Local, famous architects building for others. What of the homes local architects built for themselves? Pasadena Heritage‘s 2016 Spring […]

Micro Fiction

Micro Fiction

Thanks to Paula Johnson… Rose City Sisters will publish a new 100-word story every day in March. Micro fiction contributors include local novelists Petrea Burchard (Altadena), Margaret Finnegan (South Pasadena) and Bonnie Schroeder (Glendale), as well as more than two dozen writers from the U.S. and Canada. The site also publishes flash fiction, which are stories […]

Bonsai!

Bonsai!

It will be bonsai mania at the Huntington on February 27 and 28. Bonsai “masters” from Southern California will “share their passion” the art of growing ornamental trees and shrubs. This annual event includes exhibits, demonstrations, workshops, prize drawings, a “bonsai bazaar,” and a live auction at 3 p.m., both Saturday and Sunday. 2016 Bonsai-a-thon […]

Sanders, Clinton supporters battle over Democrats’ core ideology

Sanders, Clinton supporters battle over Democrats’ core ideology

Democratic presidential candidates former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders during their MSNBC Democratic Candidates Debate at the University of New Hampshire.; Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images As presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton continue to vie for Democratic donors, voters, delegates, and endorsements, a battle over their party’s core dogma […]

PIFF: Year 3

PIFF: Year 3

The Pasadena International Film Festival opens its third year on Wednesday, March 2nd and runs through Thursday, March 10th. Passes run from $25 for a day pass that allows access to all screenings over an entire day up to $75 for the “All Access Pass.” The respected Go Pubic documentary that had 50 crews follow […]

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