Archive for ‘February, 2017’


Are you in the dark? Power still out in many neighborhoods

Are you in the dark?  Power still out in many neighborhoods

Crews from the L.A. Department of Water & Power have been working around the clock to repair downed power lines and other damaged inflicted by Friday’s powerful storm. But thousands of customers from Silver Lake to El Sereno remain without power tonight, with some outages having lasted more than 24 hours. “With the high number […]

For Sale: Brendan Curran presents Spanish Revival in Highland Park

For Sale: Brendan Curran presents Spanish Revival in Highland Park

Sponsored Post 4755 Lincoln Avenue | $999,000 | Property Website Have you recently had the urge to move overseas, yet reluctant to leave your LA life behind? Now you can experience the allure of Spain while living just one block from York Blvd. This 1930 Spanish Revival has been restored to its original charm with […]

Analyzing Trump’s strategy to unwind DACA after travel ban blowback

Analyzing Trump’s strategy to unwind DACA after travel ban blowback

Children hold banners and placards while listening to speakers at a rally outside the 9th Circuit federal court in Pasadena, California on July 16, 2015.; Credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images AirTalk® The LA Times is reporting that the Trump administration is contemplating ways to repeal the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known also as […]

For Sale: The Beauty on the Knoll…

For Sale: The Beauty on the Knoll…

Sponsored Post 915 N. Avenue 63 | $855,000 | Property Website By the time you move in, spring will have sprung. The resident caterpillars, hosted on the asclepias curassavica, will now be monarchs fluttering about your garden getting ready for their journey to Mexico…and you?You’re sliding barefoot with joy, on the bright wood floors, doing […]

For Sale: The Beauty on the Knoll…

For Sale: The Beauty on the Knoll…

Sponsored Post 915 N. Avenue 63 | $855,000 | Property Website By the time you move in, spring will have sprung. The resident caterpillars, hosted on the asclepias curassavica, will now be monarchs fluttering about your garden getting ready for their journey to Mexico…and you?You’re sliding barefoot with joy, on the bright wood floors, doing […]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events February 18 to 24

Looking for Something to Do? Free Events February 18 to 24

Here are free events scheduled Saturday, Feb. 18, to Friday, Feb. 24. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! –– Please note that the Black History Parade  scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 18,  has been canceled due to weather. — Symphomaniax, a quartet […]

What would a #DayWithoutImmigrants look like?

What would a #DayWithoutImmigrants look like?

On the eve of a Day Without Immigrants, people attend a Valentine’s Day rally organized by the New York Immigration Coalition called “Love Fights Back” in New York City.; Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images Natalie Chudnovsky | AirTalk® That’s the question being posed by some immigrants across the country who are striking Thursday by staying home […]

L.A. Times endorses Mitch O’Farrell for Council District 13; 23 candidates running for 34th Congressional seat; City Council votes to decriminalize street vending but ….

L.A. Times endorses Mitch O’Farrell for Council District 13; 23 candidates running for 34th Congressional seat; City Council votes to decriminalize street vending but ….

Eastside Scene: Power lines along the L.A. River, Silver Lake | Janet Grey The L.A. Times endorsed Mitch O’Farrell in the Council District 13 race, saying the incumbent councilman has “proved himself to be a thoughtful, committed representative who has his eyes on the long-term needs of the city.” However, the Times Editorial Board noted […]

Follow Glimpses of South Pasadena on Instagram and Twitter

Follow Glimpses of South Pasadena on Instagram and Twitter

Go ahead.  Be a follower. By Laurie Allee Glimpses of South Pasadena finally has its own social media!  No longer forced to share space with my personal photos, macro shots of food and endless political retweets, this little blog finally has its own Instagram and Twitter accounts: Follow Glimpses on Instagram Follow Glimpses on Twitter […]

Neighborhood Spotlight: Designer, educator, and curator Jia Gu talks about collaboration and community at Silver Lake’s Materials & Applications

Neighborhood Spotlight: Designer, educator, and curator Jia Gu talks about collaboration and community at Silver Lake’s Materials & Applications

Jia Gu and Luca | Courtesy Jia Gu By PAMELA AVILA Designer, educator, student and curator, Jia Gu does a little bit of everything. Aside from teaching architecture at the University of California and at Southern California Institute for Architecture (SCI-arc), she also works as the Executive Director for Materials & Applications in Silver Lake. […]

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