An annual family festival geared towards the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender culture united the San Gabriel Valley community at large on Sept. 28 at Pasadena’s Memorial Park.
Haunted Hollywood Sports is hosting a haunt that will last for ten days with unique “killzones” that involve shooting zombies with Airsoft guns.
Nestled in the corner of a bustling shopping center in South Pasadena sits the humble family-owned health food store Grassroots Natural Market and Kitchen. “Your health is our business,” is displayed on a huge banner as customers enter the oversized single automatic sliding door.
The savory aromas of fresh coffee and baked goods, reminiscent of the smells wafting out of the family kitchen, greet visitors as they walk into Bittersweet Treats, a bakery across the street from PCC owned by Linda Chen and Danielle Keene, a runner-up on Top Chef: Just Desserts.
A review of GTA 5 and all its glory.
A clear victor is emerging in the oversaturated home entertainment market in the form of on-demand Internet applications.
The next flagship phone of one of the biggest brands in the world is here.
“You guys are a bunch of stupid, pussy, ballsacky… (insert racist and homophobic slurs here.)” is not something one usually hears someone say. That is, unless you have ever set foot in the virtual world that is online gaming, where such language is an everyday thing.
Entering the front door of a two-story house, hair stands on end as a baby walker next to the stairs starts to come alive and moves across the floor. A woman screams for her son to run as strobe lights send visitors running for the exit. This is just the first room in the newly added “Insidious: Into the Further” maze at Universal Studio’s Hollywood’s “Halloween Horror Nights.”
Seeing gator, ostrich, kangaroo and turtle all on the same menu? No, you are not in the south, Australia, or South America. You are actually right across the street from PCC on Colorado Boulevard at Luigi Ortegaâ€™s.