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Hahamongna, the One and Only

Hahamongna, the One and Only

I’m afraid I’ve left it to the last minute to remind you (ask, beg, plead) to send the City of Pasadena your opinion about whether or not you want soccer fields at Hahamongna Watershed Park.  Loren Pluth is the Projects Manager for Parks and Landscape, and he’s the one to write to. The City needs [...]

Zen Theme Day

Zen Theme Day

It’s City Daily Photo theme day. Our theme today is “Pedestrians Crossing.” It’s also Zen Monday, so you get to tell us: What are these pedestrians doing? Are they crossing? You don’t have to be right. You can make it up. On theme days, I like to remind you about all the great City Daily Photo [...]

Happy Eostre

Happy Eostre

To the pagans of Pasadena, if you love Easter Bunnies and eggs, I recommend the goddess of the week post from Finnegan Begin Again. We always get humor at Margaret’s blog, and quite often we get goddesses. Finnegan’s an expert. To those of you who’ll be attending church today, I hope the services bring you [...]

Bookmarks: Guerilla Marketing

Bookmarks: Guerilla Marketing

This Little Free Library at 3405 Florecita Drive in Altadena invites you to sit down and browse. Sweet, isn’t it? I exclaimed out loud when I saw this one, and I didn’t even have Boz with me to mask the fact that I was talking to myself. The concept of the Little Free Library is [...]

The Ingrid Adams James House

The Ingrid Adams James House

Trees and historic homes once lined the streets north of Colorado Blvd., but much of Pasadena was obliterated when the 210 freeway divided the city. If you look along the edges of the gash, you can find traces of what once was. One vestige is the 1890-ish Ingrid Adams James House at 433 Martelo Avenue. [...]

The James Craig Adobe

The James Craig Adobe

  The James Craig Adobe is not only Pasadena’s oldest residence, but its oldest structure, too. It’s just about impossible to see the house from the street (I’ve tried), so when the geniuses at Pasadena Heritage manage to swing public tours, you definitely want to go. Last Saturday, Pasadena Heritage presented its spring home tour, [...]

Next Door Cafe

Next Door Cafe

New favorite place! Next Door Cafe at 1174 N. Lake Avenue is just what the tummy ordered. I knew it was there but hadn’t stopped by, until a friend suggested it for coffee. I didn’t want to go at first, because although the place had good reviews, we were going for coffee and just about [...]

Zen Monday #236

Zen Monday #236

I’m not going to touch this one. On Zen Monday, that’s your job, and I appreciate the help. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Hahamongna Detail Week, Just One More

Hahamongna Detail Week, Just One More

photo by John Sandel Thanks for coming along on our Hahamongna details tour. There are a million more intriguing little bits to discover out there. To give you an idea of how varied and variable Hahamongna is, I never even noticed the sign here in John’s picture, and I’ve walked in the park at least [...]

Bookmarks: Original Book Club

Bookmarks: Original Book Club

Before you scroll down: any guesses as to where I’ve been for the past few days? Sure enough, that’s Kelly in the top photo, faithful pooch to the Chieftess and Chief, Kathy and Dan Watson. My pictures don’t do justice to Mammoth, but the Chieftess’ do. If you haven’t met her, I suggest you visit [...]

Gooden Open House Saturday, January 11

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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