Monthly Archives: November 2008
Photo credit: James Duck All weekend camping at San Onofre with buddies the air was clear and warm, the surfing was good and the beach imbued with aloha spirit. It wasn’t until driving back home that we hit the smoke.
Ordinarily there would be hell to pay if the city of Pasadena were to suddenly and apparently capriciously chop down 30 mature — and huge — shade trees. It’s a city of trees, after all. All them astronauts can see … Continue reading
Kate, the owner of Crepevine in Old Pasadena, celebrated the third anniversary of her small, casual French bistro Monday night with a little party for her friends and customers. By the time Phoebe and I walked in a little past … Continue reading
Scroll down on former Star-News City Hall reporter Todd Ruiz’s blog, Pasadena: Center of the Universe for great shots from the wild celebratory abandon last night as locals celebrated the Barack Obama victory.
Thousands of people packed the Pasadena Hilton Tuesday night to celebrate the election of Barack Obama as president, with kids spilling out into the streets, chanting, “Yes we can.”
FIRST-TIME voter Orlando, 24, called in to Patt Morrison’s show on KPCC Tuesday afternoon at 2 while driving on the 210. “Man, I was feeling so good when I went into that polling booth that I was just laughing,” he … Continue reading
No on Proposition 8 volunteer Stephanie Foley of South Pasadena stands on the sidewalk just over 100 feet south of my polling place today at the Linda Vista fire station. We know it was far enough to be legal — … Continue reading