Archive for ‘August, 2017’


Rooftop Cinema Series Summer 2017

Rooftop Cinema Series Summer 2017

This Saturday, its time for an 80s flashback with a young Tom Cruise, a slim Val Kilmer, and Anthony Edwards creating the memorable “Goose.” People are welcome to arrive at the South Lake Business Association‘s Rooftop Cinema Series with a picnic and beach chairs (no blankets allowed anymore) as early as 6 p.m., though food and beverages are available […]

Price cuts on Echo Park duplex fixer; El Sereno 5-bedroom; 1904 Highland Park Craftsman

Price cuts on Echo Park duplex fixer; El Sereno 5-bedroom; 1904 Highland Park Craftsman

Prices on about 40 homes, condos, apartments and other Eastside properties dropped during the past week. Here are some examples, followed by a breakdown by neighborhood: Echo Park: $60,000 cut on a duplex, with two bedrooms and one bath in each unit. Requires cosmetic fixes. $720,000. El Sereno: Price drops $50,000 on a 5-bedroom/6-bathroom on […]

1st Altadena Library “Truck Day”

1st Altadena Library “Truck Day”

A fire truck, police cruiser, and backhoe! It’s the 1st Annual Altadena Library Truck Day to “celebrate all of your summer reading achievements.” The library has a summer reading series for pre-schoolers that is concluding, so the folks at the library have decided to celebrate with a big truck party. Children of all ages—even those […]

Walter Askin: Through the Eyes of Artists

Walter Askin: Through the Eyes of Artists

We never miss a chance to mention one of our favorite artists, Pasadena native Walter Askin. His work is currently included in the Los Angeles Metro’s “Through the Eyes of Artists” exhibit at Union Station along its new photographic light box passageway. Speaking with Kirk Silsbee of the LA Times during his “Mainstreaming the Muse” exhibit at the […]

Teachers, let us know what changes you’d like to see in your schools and districts

Teachers, let us know what changes you’d like to see in your schools and districts

Children at Scripps Ranch KinderCare in San Diego play in their classroom with teacher LuAnn Cline who was surprised with the Early Childhood Educator Award and a $10,000 check from Knowledge Universe. ; Credit: Robert Benson/Getty Images for Knowledge Unive Kyle Stokes | AirTalk® The start of school this year coincides with the perfect opportunity […]

Teachers, let us know what changes you’d like to see in your schools and districts

Teachers, let us know what changes you’d like to see in your schools and districts

Children at Scripps Ranch KinderCare in San Diego play in their classroom with teacher LuAnn Cline who was surprised with the Early Childhood Educator Award and a $10,000 check from Knowledge Universe. ; Credit: Robert Benson/Getty Images for Knowledge Unive Kyle Stokes | AirTalk® The start of school this year coincides with the perfect opportunity […]

Enjoy the Views From Vantage Point — Luxury Hilltop Townhomes in Echo Park

Enjoy the Views From Vantage Point — Luxury Hilltop Townhomes in Echo Park

Sponsored Post Twilight Open House With Complimentary Wine Tasting and On-Site Sommelier Tuesday August 8th 5 PM – 8 PM Vantage Point Crossmarket Communities proudly presents Vantage Point; four luxury multi-level townhomes located at the top of Lucretia Avenue in highly sought-after Echo Park. Standing 3-stories tall, these homes offer uninterrupted panoramic views of Downtown […]

How does HBO’s ‘Confederate’ compare with past controversial TV and film?

How does HBO’s ‘Confederate’ compare with past controversial TV and film?

A member of the Ku Klux Klan holds a Confederate flag over his face during a rally, calling for the protection of Southern Confederate monument.; Credit: ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP/Getty Images AirTalk® HBO has a new show called “Confederate,” which gives the audience a look at what life would be like if the Confederacy had won the […]

CatCon for Lovers of the Feline

CatCon for Lovers of the Feline

We had to click the link to confirm the reality, and yes, there is such an event as CatCon and it is coming to Pasadena this weekend, August 12-13. CatCon, now in its 3rd year, calls itself “the convention with cattitude,” which might lead some folks to stop reading and others to say, “Aw, cute!” […]

From Butterfly Hub to Gardening for Your Dining Table

From Butterfly Hub to Gardening for Your Dining Table

It’s never too early to grab your calendar and start planning for fall classes at the Arboretum. From Creating Your Own Butterfly Hub and Plant Combinations for Pots to Garden Rocks, Beekeeping: A Symbiotic Relationship, and Gardening for Your Dining Table, the Arboretum offers numerous ways to pump up your garden, all the way to […]

Fiore

Flintridge Books

Lyd and Mo Photography

Louis Jane Studios

Homage Pasadena

Search