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Want to take exceptional Echo Park Lake lotus flower photos? Bring a spray bottle and a stick

Want to take exceptional Echo Park Lake lotus flower photos? Bring a spray bottle and a stick

Photo by Judy Oroshnik ECHO PARK — Photos of this year’s crop of Echo Park Lake lotus blooms are beginning to pop up on Instagram and Facebook. But, in addition to bringing along tripods and and zoom lenses, some photographers are bringing extra equipment and taking unusual steps to help capture shots of this year’s […]

This is the Summer You Write Your Book!

This is the Summer You Write Your Book!

Stop putting off writing that book you’ve already wanted to write. Stop writer’s block in its tracks. This summer register for one (or both) of our writing workshops to help keep you motivated and surrounded by peers who are also writing! Check out these amazing workshops we have going on!   Fiction As Experiment: A […]

What’s the smartest strategy for Democrats to take back the House in 2018?

What’s the smartest strategy for Democrats to take back the House in 2018?

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks during a campaign rally for democratic U.S. Congressional candidate Rob Quist on May 21, 2017 in Bozeman, Montana.; Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images AirTalk® It’s no secret that liberal Americans have been at odds since the November 2016 election. Those in the Bernie Sanders camp wanted an overhaul of the […]

What’s the smartest strategy for Democrats to take back the House in 2018?

What’s the smartest strategy for Democrats to take back the House in 2018?

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks during a campaign rally for democratic U.S. Congressional candidate Rob Quist on May 21, 2017 in Bozeman, Montana.; Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images AirTalk® It’s no secret that liberal Americans have been at odds since the November 2016 election. Those in the Bernie Sanders camp wanted an overhaul of the […]

PMH Free Admission to “The Art in the Street” & Feynes Mansion Tours

PMH Free Admission to “The Art in the Street” & Feynes Mansion Tours

To coincide nicely with the 25th Annual Pasadena Chalk Festival, the Pasadena Museum of History is welcoming everyone to view a current exhibit “Art in the Street: 25 Years of the Pasadena Chalk Festival”—free of charge on June 17 and 18. Not only is it free to roam the history of the Chalk Festival, so […]

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Car Show

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Car Show

We thought the word was “hot rod.” Are we merely misremembering the cars in Rebel Without a Cause and American Graffitti? Appearing at the 5th Annual LA County Sheriff’s Department Altadena Station Car Show (could that name be any longer) is what’s being called “street rods.” Also showing off their goods will be vintage trucks and […]

Brother

Brother

  Brother by Thelma T. Reyna        The seventh time almost worked. Officer Bo Velez hovered in the hallway, poking his large, shaved head into the trauma room whenever nurses turned their backs. They knew him and didn’t kick him out, but they hated cops hanging around after they’d brought in their trauma victim. And […]

Legends & Fairytales, Roots & Shoots

Legends & Fairytales, Roots & Shoots

  We wish our summer camps had titles like this—”Myths, Legends & Fairies of the Forest.” It’s just one of the one-week summer camp sessions at the Arboretum for kids age 5 to 11. We apologize for being a bit late to the promotion party, but here is a listing of the remaining one-week, Monday through Friday, […]

5 Years, 2 Months, 8 Days

5 Years, 2 Months, 8 Days

Jenna Franks has been waiting five years, two months, and eight days for a kidney transplant. Her mother Karol waits right along with her, next to her; in step, every step of the way. Along the way, Karol takes pictures. Stunning photographs. We’ve shared many, and here are some more. Enjoy. LA’s Venice canals…     […]

Saving Edgar

Saving Edgar

It hasn’t been an easy road for Edgar. For two weeks after he was born, he was “on the streets.” No food bowl, no warm bed to sleep in at night, no safety from the elements and predators, no cuddles, no kisses. Luckily, he was brought to the Pasadena Humane Society and after 6 weeks of care […]

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