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Must. Hike.

Must. Hike.

Some of us must hike, heat or no heat. The trails north of JPL have decent shade, and the streams still have water in them. The trails have recently been reopened after the Station Fire, though you’ll find changes. The cones on this bridge are lined up so neatly, don’t you think? We couldn’t figure […]

Sidewalk Jones

Sidewalk Jones

There doesn’t seem to be a structural reason for it to be there. We don’t get snow or ice here, so it’s not for traction. It’s too big to be a thumbprint. To give context: It joins its fellows on South Raymond Avenue, in front of Jones Coffee Roasters. Could it be they’re just for […]

Guest Author: Steve Scauzillo

Guest Author: Steve Scauzillo

Today’s guest author is many things: He’s a journalist (Opinion Page Editor and columnist  for the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News and Whittier Daily News), an educator (adjunct professor at Cal State Fullerton and Azusa Pacific University)and a blogger (at Temple City Daily Photo). He’s also the 2011 recipient of the Leopold Award for Distinguished […]

A Pattern to Follow

A Pattern to Follow

I used to make my own clothes. Except pants. I was deft with darts and pleats and a total klutz with pants. But I made dresses, shirts, blouses and skirts–not just dirndls, though I started there–I even made jackets with pockets and lapels. I moved to Los Angeles in a 1985 Ford Tempo. Only what […]

Zen Monday: #156

Zen Monday: #156

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. This is because on Mondays I post the photos I don’t comprehend. Please share your thoughts in the comments as they come to you. Thanks. I appreciate it. Read the […]

Curtain Time at PMH

Curtain Time at PMH

If you’ve got a hankering for something to do today, it’s a Free Day from 1:00-4:00pm at the Pasadena Museum of History. Free music, free ice cream and a free play reading of “History Lit” from Unbound Productions (starting at 2:00pm) all make this a good day to be on the Museum grounds. They’re probably […]

Phase I

Phase I

Remember our Last Day series? For one year, on the last day of every month we stood in this spot at Hahamongna Watershed Park and looked out over Johnson Field, watching it change with the seasons. A few hundred yards away, Devil’s Gate Dam was backing up with sediment. After years of neglect plus a […]

Happy Trails Catering

Happy Trails Catering

Maybe you think Happy Trails Catering is a caterer. Which they are, but you also need to know they’re open for lunch from 11-2:30 on weekdays and, theirs is the most magical setting in which to dine since Alice sat down with the Mad Hatter and his cohorts in insanity. You and your own cartel […]

Hardware Horse

Hardware Horse

I thought of this for a Zen Monday shot, but make no mistake: I’m not making fun of it. I love this metal horse. John and I saw it while out perambulating. (We shouldn’t take cameras, they slow us down.) I didn’t notice until I put this on the monitor that the horse has a […]

Art, Art Everywhere

Art, Art Everywhere

We were just walking, is all, moseying through the park, not expecting to find art. But this is the Dena, where you practically trip over art if you’re not careful. Kids played on the jungle gym. A couple flirted at one of the picnic tables. Guys got a soccer game going on the baseball field. […]

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