Archive for ‘April, 2016’


SCOTUS: Should it be a crime for suspected drunken drivers to refuse a blood or breathalyzer test?

SCOTUS: Should it be a crime for suspected drunken drivers to refuse a blood or breathalyzer test?

The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday on whether a search warrant should be obtained to ask drivers to take a blood or breathalyzer test. ; Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images (AP) The Supreme Court is expressing doubts about laws in at least a dozen states that make it a crime for people suspected of drunken driving […]

On the Market: Cypress Park 5-bedroom; Glassell Park hillside traditional; live auction for 2-bedroom in Atwater Village

On the Market: Cypress Park 5-bedroom; Glassell Park hillside traditional; live auction for 2-bedroom in Atwater Village

BY BARRY LANK Almost four dozen single-family homes, condos and other properties went up for sale on the Eastside during the last week. Here’s a sample of what’s new on the market: Cypress Park: Five bedrooms and 3 bathrooms – an unusually large home for this neighborhood. | $630,000 Glassell Park: Three-bedroom home with basement […]

On the Market: Cypress Park 5-bedroom; Glassell Park hillside traditional; live auction for 2-bedroom in Atwater Village

On the Market: Cypress Park 5-bedroom; Glassell Park hillside traditional; live auction for 2-bedroom in Atwater Village

BY BARRY LANK Almost four dozen single-family homes, condos and other properties went up for sale on the Eastside during the last week. Here’s a sample of what’s new on the market: Cypress Park: Five bedrooms and 3 bathrooms – an unusually large home for this neighborhood. | $630,000 Glassell Park: Three-bedroom home with basement […]

Beulah the Adventurer

Beulah the Adventurer

I have kept photos of Beulah Easley (1882-1931), my paternal grandaunt, in my phone gallery as inspiration ever since I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2015.Breast cancer claimed Beulah’s life in 1931 when she was 49 years old. In those days it was a death sentence for most women, with only a one […]

Art in the Alleys

Art in the Alleys

  Our heartiest thanks to Debbie Dalton at Walking Pasadena for sharing these wonderful photographs of art. Art in the alleys of Pasadena. Did you know? Have you seen these? We’re ready for our own alley walk. Enjoy…               The Walking Pasadena group started on Facebook in April 2014. […]

Extraordinary Focus

Extraordinary Focus

A bookmark series, “sewing” pixels together, the immediacy of clay, and a hallucinatory “on the road.” So is described the works by Fred Stickler, Desiree Engel, and DA Ward. Paintings by DA Ward, in his own words – with Hippy Dream #9 (right): “These past few years, I’ve been reworking a motif that marks my […]

LAPD Chief Beck on property seizures, the police shooting of the unarmed Walter DeLeon and more

LAPD Chief Beck on property seizures, the police shooting of the unarmed Walter DeLeon and more

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck speaks at a media briefing.; Credit: Andrew Burton/Getty Images After a court injunction barring the LAPD from seizing homeless people’s property, and as the Los Angeles City Council tries to remedy the growing problem, how are police officers balancing safety issues? Chief Charlie Beck joined AirTalk to discuss […]

Sip & Shop Spring Boutique

Sip & Shop Spring Boutique

The Women’s City Club of Pasadena located in the marvelous, lovely Binn House is celebrating its 71st anniversary. On April 23, all are invited to WCC’s Spring Boutique and Club Fair. Folks are invited to “sip, shop, and socialize”—meeting members and learning about WCC membership, tour Blinn House (worth the trip!), learn about the nonprofits […]

Woodworking Summer Camp @ Side Street

Woodworking Summer Camp @ Side Street

As a female who is over 50, we have experienced awe, surprise, and disbelief when we are in the presence of the opposite sex and they see that we know how to handle ourselves when measuring and sawing a plank of wood, know the difference between a flathead and Phillips head, and know how to use […]

3rd Annual Hsi Lai Temple Music & Art Fest (and Earth Day!

3rd Annual Hsi Lai Temple Music & Art Fest (and Earth Day!

If you haven’t seen the Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple in Hacienda Heights, this Sunday would be the perfect opportunity to roam this impressive site. April 24 is the 3rd Annual Hsi Lai Temple Music & Art Festival, which is also having celebrations in honor of Earth Day. All public areas of the temple are open […]

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