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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 […]

Bar Celona

Bar Celona

If Bar Celona is any indication, Pasadena’s bars are a tad more upscale than the “Coldest Beer in Town!” joints I used to frequent in my days of…frequenting. My very cool, multi-talented, recently-acquired (long story) cousin Richard Burchard was in town this week. We had one evening. We wanted food and drink. I had passed […]

If I Can’t Grow Anything On It, Maybe I Can Hang It On The Wall

If I Can’t Grow Anything On It, Maybe I Can Hang It On The Wall

I’m trying to kill the lawn in my back yard so I can replace it with drought-tolerant stuff and a vegetable garden. I looked online for information on how to kill the grass and weeds: chemicals. I asked at a couple of nurseries: chemicals. Some people suggested I smother the lawn to death with a […]

Primavera

Primavera

 It’s spring. Around here, that means Primavera. You’re invited! I’m told this pretty poster is untweetable. How’s this? Saturday, March 19th, 11am-? Farnsworth Park, AltadenaBloggers, families, friends & groupies welcome!bring a dish, utensils or paper goods to shareinfo: altadenablog@gmail.comor call 626-791-5327 I imagine that’s more than 140 characters. I’ll let you pick what to abbreviate. […]

Walkabout

Walkabout

Horses, dogs, children, adults, toads, hikers, kite flyers, coyotes, mountain bikers, snakes, birds and all kinds of other people use Hahamongna Watershed Park. I’ve mentioned in previous posts that HWP is under threat from a drastic plan by the LA County Department of Public Works to remove silt from behind Devil’s Gate Dam. The silt […]

Zen Monday: #133

Zen Monday: #133

Some Mondays are more Zen than others. 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, no prizes. Just have fun.) Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

I Heart My Watch Cat

I Heart My Watch Cat

Sure, he looks sweet. Benign, even. But see the sign? Not the heart–that’s a trap. I’m talking about the one that says “Protection One.” That’s this kitty’s middle name and I don’t take these things lightly. He’s a feline chameleon, and don’t think he doesn’t know it. He could hang out on a higher step […]

Traffic

Traffic

It’s bad enough to have a long day. But when your long day is topped with a bumper-to-bumper commute on what’s laughingly called a “freeway,” it feels like the world has it in for you. I had one of those days yesterday. It wore me out. When I got to the Colorado Street Bridge I […]

Social Media

Social Media

I finally made it to a meeting of the Social Media Club of San Gabriel Valley. The group meets monthly at the Business Technology Center in Altadena to discuss– –well. I’ve given it away, haven’t I? It’s not like this is the wave of the future anymore. Potential clients, customers or employers no longer ask […]

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