Archive for ‘May, 2016’


Teacher of the Year Nomination – Ms. Julie Shapiro

Teacher of the Year Nomination – Ms. Julie Shapiro

Student Abigail nominated Ms. Julie Shapiro of Weizmann Day School The Best Teacher in the Whole World! My teacher this year in third grade is Ms. Shapiro. She is the most amazing teacher and I was lucky enough to have her when I was in Kindergarten also. Ms. Shapiro is one of those special teachers […]

Lost in Silver Lake: Lucy Beloved Chihuahua Family Pet

Lost in Silver Lake: Lucy Beloved Chihuahua Family Pet

Our dear little Lucy got lost in the Silverlake area around Glendale/Apex/Cove and is still missing as of 5/14/16, she is a small white/tan Chihuahua/Pomeranian mix about 10 lbs., 5 years old. Lucy was last seen near the CVS on Glendale Blvd about three weeks ago. We still believe Lucy is in the area, if […]

Lost in Silver Lake: Lucy Beloved Chihuahua Family Pet

Lost in Silver Lake: Lucy Beloved Chihuahua Family Pet

Our dear little Lucy got lost in the Silverlake area around Glendale/Apex/Cove and is still missing as of 5/14/16, she is a small white/tan Chihuahua/Pomeranian mix about 10 lbs., 5 years old. Lucy was last seen near the CVS on Glendale Blvd about three weeks ago. We still believe Lucy is in the area, if […]

Teacher of the Year Nomination – Robyn Wehrly

Teacher of the Year Nomination – Robyn Wehrly

Ryan C. Eisenberg. nominated Robyn Wehrly of Hillsides Education Center. It is with great enthusiasm that I nominate Robyn Wehrly for teacher of the year. Robyn’s passion for teaching and learning, her dedication to our school community, and her endless commitment to providing high quality education to youth with significant social-emotional and learning needs is […]

For Sale: 1912 Craftsman in Los Feliz

For Sale: 1912 Craftsman in Los Feliz

Sponsored Post 1426 Talmadge St | $889,000 | Property Website This 1912 Craftsman home in Los Feliz’s Franklin Hills features original hardwood floors and a spacious remodeled kitchen. Both bathrooms have been updated while maintaining their original charm with subway and penny tile. Each of the home’s three bedrooms host a flood of natural light. […]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events May 14 to 20

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events May 14 to 20

Here are events scheduled Saturday, May 14, to Friday, May 20. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena!    All Pasadena fire stations will host open houses Saturday, May 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Take a tour led by one of […]

City Councilmember weighs in on design choice for Pershing Square, and how homelessness will factor into its remodel

City Councilmember weighs in on design choice for Pershing Square, and how homelessness will factor into its remodel

A rendering of the winning design for the new Pershing Square in downtown L.A. ; Credit: sbda4 After whittling down the entries to four finalists, Councilman Jose Huizar and his Pershing Square Renew team have chosen a French architecture firm’s design for the upcoming revitalization of Pershing Square Park in downtown L.A. The winning design, […]

City Councilmember weighs in on design choice for Pershing Square, and how homelessness will factor into its remodel

City Councilmember weighs in on design choice for Pershing Square, and how homelessness will factor into its remodel

A rendering of the winning design for the new Pershing Square in downtown L.A. ; Credit: sbda4 After whittling down the entries to four finalists, Councilman Jose Huizar and his Pershing Square Renew team have chosen a French architecture firm’s design for the upcoming revitalization of Pershing Square Park in downtown L.A. The winning design, […]

Teacher of the Year Nomination – Jo-Anne Woolner

Teacher of the Year Nomination – Jo-Anne Woolner

Parent, Dorothea Fong, nominated Jo-Anne Woolner of The Gooden School in Sierra Madre.  My daughter attends 8th grade at The Gooden School in Sierra Madre. During her nine years there, she has encountered many teachers, but no teacher has had the impact that Jo-Anne Woolner has on her education. Mrs. Woolner is in one word […]

Get Ready To Vote: Neighborhood council elections being held this Saturday

Get Ready To Vote: Neighborhood council elections being held this Saturday

Echo Park candidate forum Who would want to run for neighborhood council? The positions are unpaid, the boards are powerless to change city laws and the meetings can be long and sometimes unruly. However, the city’s network of neighborhood councils continue to attract veteran activists as well as newcomers. On Saturday, May 12,  voters in […]

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