Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Hahamongna’


Cool-Weather Picnic Spots

Cool-Weather Picnic Spots
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Mild winters were what once drew frost-bitten vacationers from the Midwest and East Coast to Pasadena. People as diverse as Henry Ford and John Muir chose to spend their winters here, rather than freezing their behinds off back home. Sunny days in December are something we at Hometown Pasadena appreciate, too. So while others are […]

The Devil’s Hike

The Devil’s Hike

Well, not the devil’s hike, but a hike to the Devil’s Gate, which is not a supernatural portal of any kind but rather a dam, which, as far as we know, is not (wait for it) damned (our sincere apologies). You’re all of course familiar with the Devil’s Gate Dam, which is visible from the […]

Hahamongna Blog Day 2010

Hahamongna Blog Day 2010

The fate of the Hahamongna Watershed Park Annex is once again on the agenda of the Pasadena City Council. This Monday, July 12th, they will likely decide once and for all whether or not to build soccer fields on park grounds. This has been a contentious issue for some time. Pasadena doesn’t have an awful […]

Armory Opening

Armory Opening

Three shows debut at the Armory Center for the Arts this weekend, and to celebrate the occasion the art school and museum/gallery is hosting an opening on Saturday evening. The first show, Rauschenberg at Gemini, focuses on the many prints made by Robert Rauschenberg at Gemini G.E.L. in Los Angeles. Over his 35 works of […]

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