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Zen Monday: #153

Zen Monday: #153

It’s a Monday two-fer! Zen Monday and Independence Day! Happy Fourth of July and Happy Zen to you all. Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what I think the photo’s about. Independence Day is the day Americans celebrate their independence from the […]

Peck Road Park

Peck Road Park

When Karen Klein spoke with passion about Peck Road Park in her guest author post here the other day, I had no idea where the park was. Apparently I’m in the majority. And that’s one of the park’s many pluses. Just get off the 210 at Myrtle and head south. Myrtle becomes Peck and there […]

Oranges

Oranges

Our orange tree is full of ripe oranges, with new little green ones coming in and needing space. Being the kind of person who has trouble growing weeds, I don’t question this. I just thank the universe and pick the oranges. These oranges are juicy and goo-ood. Two-syllable good. Some people can take ‘em or […]

Theme Day: The color green

Theme Day: The color green

I admit this one had me stumped. Pasadena just doesn’t have much green. We have other things, like hiking trails… …famous bridges… …and the occasional spot to sit and enjoy it all. But there’s not a whole lot of green. We have other colors, of course. Orange, for example… …red… …pink… …and even bleu. But […]

Side Street Madonna

Side Street Madonna

The stretch of Orange Grove Blvd. between Los Robles and Fair Oaks has Mexican restaurants, a Latin grocery and a hair salon. People live here, work here, get stuff done here. It’s tattered from use–the only shiny thing is the new plant nursery on the corner of Orange Grove and Marengo. There’s always a lot […]

Guest Author: Karen E. Klein

Guest Author: Karen E. Klein

Today’s guest author, Karen E. Klein, is the Smart Answers columnist for BusinessWeek.com as well as the LA Times Small Business columnist. That would seem to be plenty, but Karen is also much more. Please welcome Karen E. Klein. photo by Steve Scauzillo Thanks to Facebook, I’ve recently reconnected with elementary school classmates that I […]

The Storied Rialto

The Storied Rialto

Just because it’s not Christmas doesn’t mean folks–or in this case, a theatre–couldn’t use a miracle. The Rialto Theatre in downtown South Pasadena has been crumbling for a long time. South Pas residents want to see this grand old palace resurrected and put to good use. The effort is underway, and you can help by […]

Zen Monday: #152

Zen Monday: #152

Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what I think the photo’s about. Just say what you think and have a good time. There are no prizes, although sometimes there are kudos. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

The Treasures on Your Block

The Treasures on Your Block

In Pasadena, if you have an organized block with a Neighborhood Watch, you can arrange with the police department to block off your street for your block party. (Check with the Pasadena PD for details.) Children do not tire of riding their bikes in the road. No bouncy house necessary. That’s what we did yesterday […]

Tight Life

Tight Life

I rarely post night shots–not because I don’t like them, but because I don’t get out much. Time for a change. I don’t know about you, but lately I’m tight-fisted with my time and my money. These days we’re all working hard and not taking much time off. Even then we don’t spend much. I […]

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