Blog Posts - Pasadena



At Cliff’s: 5 of 6 Series

The place never fails to amaze or impress me – no matter how often I’ve visit the place – to find something new in the old store. Unlike most bookstores I’ve visited, the old bookstore, is like an old best … Continue reading ...
by Lincoln Press on Aug 30, 2012

Appliance Repair – How to Find Greatest Appliance Repair company

Today present day technology has so much propagate in the world that individual life cannot make a single step without it. Today we do not need to waste our period using our fingers to clean or manages our home. Using home appliance like dryer, hot w...
by Affiliate Review on Aug 27, 2012

At Cliff’s: 4 of 6 Series

As I pass through the aisles, I could continue to form my blames of my forgetfulness on the modest to adequate lighting in the store. Since the place is absent of music, I can only hear the mild buzz in … Continue reading →...
by Lincoln Press on Aug 23, 2012

Omakase at Sushi Kimagure (Pasadena)

I used to complain that there was no stellar sushi in Pasadena, but that was before Sushi Kimagure moved in. The man behind Kimagure is Ike-san from the beloved Sushi Ike that was in Hollywood. The day he decided to shutter his Hollywood spot and ope...
by Gourmet Pigs on Aug 20, 2012

At Cliff’s: 3 of 6 Series

The series continues…. Sometimes I will forget I’m in a bookstore when I’m browsing through the shelves of books. I can blame my forgetfulness on the strong book smell the old store gives off – which appears to never leave …...
by Lincoln Press on Aug 3, 2012

New Summer Cocktails at 1886 Bar: Paleta, Fruity Tranquilizers, and Xocolate

It seems like the cocktail menu at 1886 Bar gets better and better each season. The new summer list is fun, with plenty of fruit to showcase the summer, and refreshing for the hot Pasadena weather.I tried almost all of the cocktails listed at a recen...
by Gourmet Pigs on Aug 2, 2012

At Cliff’s: 2 of 6 series

Looking for a book at Cliff’s.  While I’m looking almost aimlessly for a book in the shelves, I can rest assure I will not be disturbed by some background music – since there are none. The atmosphere in Cliff’s Books … Cont...
by Lincoln Press on Jul 26, 2012

At Cliff’s: 1 of 6 series

A profile on Pasadena’s Second Hand Bookstore. Located on Pasadena’s Colorado Blvd. in between S. Madison Ave and S. El Molino Ave, there’s this old little book store I like to browse into whenever I’m in town. With its big &#...
by Lincoln Press on Jul 19, 2012

Pasadena 56

Pasadena 56, toplum içerisinde bulunan her türlü sorumluluğu yerine getirmekle yükümlü yayın kuruluşudur. Başta milli değerler olmak üzere, toplumsal maneviyata önem vermektedir. Türkiye Cumhuriyeti kanunlarının emrettiği şekilde he...

Wake Up The Zombie: Breakfast at The Raymond (Pasadena)

The Raymond and 1886 Bar have been my favorites in Pasadena, but I still have not been there during daylight, until now. They had been doing brunch but recently also started a weekend breakfast menu. I was invited in to try their new breakfast items...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jul 13, 2012

A Preview of Trattoria Neapolis, Opening July 10 in Pasadena

There has certainly been quite a few new openings in Pasadena in the past couple of years, and there's one more to be excited about: Trattoria Neapolis on Lake Ave.Having lived literally across the street for about 3 years, I now cannot even recall w...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jul 8, 2012

LA Street Food Fest Summer Tasting, Back on July 21

The LA Street Food Fest returns to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Saturday, July 21. The full vendor lineup hasn't been released yet, but usually the vendors from previous years would come back, so check out last year's highlights to know what...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jul 5, 2012

School Garden Creates Jobs at John Muir HS in Pasadena, CA

Job creation has been an important theme in our country the last couple of years.  President Obama is struggling with it, the presumptive GOP nominee is struggling with it, and Congress is struggling with it. At John Muir High School in Pasadena, CA...
by School Garden Weekly on Jun 30, 2012

Matthew Cargal – Crime Law firm in Pasadena, California

Lawyer/Law Firm Name: Matthew Cargal Contact address: 155 El Molino Suite 202 Pasadena, California 91101 USA (888) 717-0139 Leading attorney: Mr. Matthew Cargal Attorney Criminal Defense, Criminal Law Areas of practice: Assault Battery Bribery Burgla...

Robots Waited Tables in the ’80s Too

A pair of vintage waiter robots from the '80s are given the spotlight.
by Plastic Pals on Apr 22, 2012

Los Angeles Events: Adelante Mujer Latina Conference

I will say this over and over again…I wish I knew about the Adelante Mujer Latina Conference (AMLC) when I was a teenager! No fair! If you know a young Latina between the ages of 12 and 18, this is something you should definitely check out! The...
by Click Latina on Apr 16, 2012

Candy and Fire: Spring at 1886 Bar

Cocktails on fire, beer cocktail, a flight of barrel aged cocktails, Chartreuse candies, and spiked sodas. You can find all those and more on 1886 Bar's new spring cocktail menu. The food side boasts lamb neck, shrimp toast, and "onsen"...
by Gourmet Pigs on Apr 15, 2012

Chef Laurent Quenioux's Spring Menu at Vertical Wine Bistro (Pasadena)

Vertical Wine Bistro in Old Town Pasadena has seen many personnel changes in the past two years and now Chef Laurent Quenioux (formerly of Bistro LQ) seems to be settling in as the kitchen's helm.He may be pushing the envelope at his LQ @ SK dinn...
by Gourmet Pigs on Apr 8, 2012

Racism and gun culture? Gotta be time for Bob in the Heights

The reasons why vary from topic to topic, but I don’t always have something worthwhile to say on every hot story du jour while it’s driving the cable news echo chamber nutty; the shooting of Trayvon Martin is one example.  But my friend Bob Eddy...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Apr 4, 2012

Racism and gun culture? Gotta be time for Bob in the Heights

The reasons why vary from topic to topic, but I don’t always have something worthwhile to say on every hot story du jour while it’s driving the cable news echo chamber nutty; the shooting of Trayvon Martin is one example.  But my friend Bob Eddy...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Apr 4, 2012


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