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Zen Monday: #135

Zen Monday: #135

On Zen Monday, I pretend I am a Zen Master. I ask you to experience the photo and tell us, in the comments, what you’ve learned. Today I’m not much of a master (as if that’s different from other Mondays) because I must suggest that you click on the photo to enlarge it. (Your first […]

Cozy Up to the Library

Cozy Up to the Library

Pasadena Central Library’s Centennial Room Yesterday, several of my neighbors packed their kids in their cars and headed to Altadena to play in the snow. My friends in Burbank said they made a snowman, but I haven’t seen pictures. I grew up in a cold climate and I moved to the west coast for a […]

Precipitation

Precipitation

Because it’s Saturday I considered showing you pictures of outdoor activities like hiking and biking. But because we expect thundershowers all weekend, that would be cruel. And because I don’t have a picture of someone reading by a fireplace in a cozy nook, here’s a picture of petals from a Pink Cloud Flowering Cherry tree […]

Props for Peeps

Props for Peeps

Local folk have heard Steve Scauzillo’s name. He’s the opinions editor of the San Gabriel Valley Newspapers. Now his name is being heard nationally because yesterday he accepted the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. According to Editor and Publisher, The Wilderness Society presents the award every year “to an editorial writer who has […]

Botanica San Antonio

Botanica San Antonio

photo by John Sandel It was closed when we went for Slaw Dogs the other night. But Botanica San Antonio looks inviting, even if the world it’s inviting you to is a little sideways to your own. Check out the 5-star Yelp reviews. If you go, you don’t have to tell me the details of […]

Guest Post: Des Zamorano and "Human Cargo"

Guest Post: Des Zamorano and "Human Cargo"

I’m excited to host my first local writer guest post! Please welcome Des Zamorano, an Altadena author who has just published an engrossing detective mystery set in familiar surroundings. cover art by Simone Rein Isn’t it fascinating, that while even from childhood we viscerally know life isn’t fair, we still crave justice? We want a  […]

Re:Launch

Re:Launch

Once upon a time you learned a profession, you got a job, you worked hard at that career and you retired at the age of 65 with a pension. THE END. And I do mean, “the end.” It’s the end of that kind of career. The internet and the recession have radically changed the workplace […]

Zen Monday: #134

Zen Monday: #134

I don’t write much blog copy on Zen Monday, because on Mondays I pretend I am a Zen Master. Please experience the photo and tell us, in the comments, what you’ve learned. (Your first Zen Monday? Tell us what the photo makes you think of. There’s no right or wrong. There are no prizes. Just […]

End of the Gallery at the End

End of the Gallery at the End

You already know the Gallery at the End of the World is closed. But did you know Ben McGinty is selling the gallery’s furnishings? Since the Gallery at the End of the World has always been unusual, the furnishings are a little eclectic as well. You never know when you might need a miniature painted […]

Georgia McClay Friendship Center

Georgia McClay Friendship Center

While on my way to meet friends at Zona Rosa the other night, I passed this window at the Pasadena Playhouse. I stopped to gawk at the costumes, the masks hanging from the ceiling and the posters on the wall. The golden light made it all so attractive. I pulled out my camera. A woman […]

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