• DebB

    Two comments and a question:

    I sympathize about the tickets. I live just two blocks from the Fairplex, and every year during the Fair our neighborhood is posted “no parking, cars will be towed”. There are signs up and down the block, but residents are given permits to park on the street, so outsiders see our cars and don’t look for the signs. As a result, every year I see cars towed away and tired Fair-goers returning to find their car gone. Even the most expensive Fair parking would be cheaper than getting your car out of impound, I’m pretty sure.

    If I remember correctly, there will soon be a new Yogurtland in La Verne, in a former Green Burrito in the shopping center where D Street dead-ends at Foothill Blvd.

    Where in Pasadena did you sell your books, and do they buy paperbacks? I have a ton of them I’d like to sell!

    • davidallen909

      Huh, I took D Street to Foothill on Sunday but didn’t go into that center. I’ll keep an eye out for Yogurtland. And I can see what you mean about Fair parking/towing.

      Book Alley in Pasadena. They do take paperbacks, although they didn’t take three-fourths of what I brought them. Don’t forget Magic Door, right there in Pomona…

  • Andy Sze

    Interesting the Scottish rite temple is finally sold. I stopped to take photos of it during ciclavia Wilshire. The building was magnificent. The building has a long storied history

    The so called island pacific market to b open in rancho on the former best buy space is more a nearly completed party city.

  • Andy Sze

    BTW iI’d warn anybody biking to the yogurt land that is soon to open. I had my locked bike stolen from that plaza last week.