Pasadena is home to some of the finest art venues in the greater Los Angeles area. With such a thriving art community, there ought to be some unique, hole-in-the-wall places to find unique brands, right? Look no further than Mills Alley on Colorado between DeLacey and Fair Oaks.
Sitting behind a glass case is a letter that seems too personal to be public. In it, a woman is told, ever so slowly, as words draw out, that this is the end of her relationship with the writer.
Better known for his intellect and criticism of popular culture, Klosterman’s transition from critic to novelist doesn’t go over as smoothly for readers unfamiliar with his earlier work.
If you were anywhere near the Hutto-Patterson Gym last weekend, you couldn’t have missed it. The unmistakable sound of a volleyball being smacked relentlessly, and the screeching of sneakers on a gym floor punctuated by the cheering of devoted fans was audible 20 feet from the building.
Upon entering the Sports Museum of Los Angeles, you are suddenly overwhelmed with the sense of history the museum is built upon.
By the second week of December, it’s amazing how sick of the holidays some people already are. The shops and malls shove the ‘Christmas spirit’ down our throats and into our ears with the same Mariah Carey “All I want for Christmas” tune blasting in every inch of the store.
Record-setting wide receiver David Reed of the 12-0 Utah Utes will be playing in the GMAC Sugar Bowl against the 12-1 Alabama Crimson Tide.
Former PCC women’s volleyball coach Lori Jepsen, was inducted into the California Community College Women’s Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Dec. 4 during the California Community College Athletic Association’s 15th annual volleyball championship banquet, held at PCC’s Community Education Center.