👓 Galaxy show signs of life without Zlatan Ibrahimovic in win over Minnesota United | Pasadena Star News

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Barros Schelotto tinkered with the lineup with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romain Alessandrini remaining sidelined with injuries for the Galaxy (2-1, six points).

Recap of the game I went to.

👓 [Update]: Will Twohey’s Building Be Saved? | ColoradoBoulevard.net

Read [Update]: Will Twohey’s Building Be Saved? by Garrett Rowlan (ColoradoBoulevard.net)
Built in 1951, Twohey’s restaurant in Alhambra is a structural grandparent in the constant architectural tumult that is Southern California. Yet the building’s fate hangs in the balance. The current owner wants to tear the building down and build something else. A move afoot is to make the building a historical monument (the building is located at Huntington Drive and Atlantic Boulevard).

How many years has it been since Twohey’s was supposed to leave the building anyway? Will they ever really go? That’s the real headline…

Of course it’s been several years since the food quality has hit rock bottom, so I suppose I don’t care that much anymore since I’m not planning to patronize them anymore.

👓 Alhambra Charges $30 to Attend State of the City Address | ColoradoBoulevard.net

Read Alhambra Charges $30 to Attend State of the City Address by Sean McMorris (ColoradoBoulevard.net)
If you want to attend Alhambra’s State of the City Address, you have to fork over $30 or sponsor a table for $300. You also had better be retired or get time off work to attend because it is on a weekday at 11:30 am. This always has been the case according to Sharon Gibbs, Executive Director of the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce and host of the State of the City Address. When asked if residents who did not want to pay the $30 fee could still attend, Ms. Valero, Chamber office assistant, said no.

50 year no-bid contract? Really Alhambra?! You should be ashamed of yourselves.

👓 Impact of Rose Parade Float Fire, Chaotic Ending Still Being Felt | Pasadena Now

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The fire which disabled the Chinese American Heritage Foundation’s “Harmony Through Union” Rose Parade float Tuesday is still under investigation by the Pasadena Fire Department. The fallout from the parade’s chaotic ending caused by the float’s blaze and breakdown may continue for a while, however.

The incident left tens of thousands of parade-goers along the length of the parade route bewildered as it caused delays and the premature appearance of the closing act as the parade stretched over thirty minutes past its television timeslot.

They spend such a large chunk of the article on the unseen South Pasadena float and didn’t bother to throw in a photo of it?! Such a missed opportunity.

👓 KTLA’s Chris Burrous Dead After Possible Overdose: Police | PEOPLE.com

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Burrous was  found unresponsive in a Glendale, California Days Inn on Thursday afternoon

👓 Our Future | Bob Baker Marionette Theater

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OUR FUTURE Bob Baker Marionette Theater now as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization will transition our current operation into an institution to educate kids of all ages across Los Angeles and beyond, to celebrate imagination and creativity, and to rejuvenate appreciation for handcrafted puppetry and entertainment. As a nonprofit organization, we are owned by the community and exist to serve the community. Though Bob Baker was the founder of our organization, we exist now to celebrate, expand, and educate people on Bob Baker’s work and the concepts of puppetry and performance as a whole. The final day the Theater in its current location will be open to the public is Friday, November 23rd, 2018 (the day after Thanksgiving, which is the same day the Theater opened 55 years ago). One day later, on November 24, the Bob Baker Marionette Theater will open Bob Baker's Nutcracker presented at the Pasadena Playhouse for 5 weeks. For the first time in its history, this tradition will have a new home to share the holiday joy and imagination that generations have come to know and love. Performances will run through December 30. Tickets are now on sale at www.pasadenaplayhouse.org.

Happy Anniversary Bob Baker Marionette Theater!

👓 Unhappy Would-Be Shopper Goes on Rampage in Local Best Buy | Pasadena Now

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Pasadena police officers arrested a 32-year-old Pasadena man who reportedly went on a rampage at a local Best Buy store Tuesday afternoon, yelling and tossing items, after a store employee refused to run his credit for purchase of several smartphones. The incident happened at about 3:44 p.m. in the store located in the 3300 block of East Foothill Blvd., police Lt. Pete Hettema said.

👓 Mama Lu’s in Monterey Park Busted For Selling Bootleg Dumplings | Eater LA

Read Monterey Park restaurant busted for selling rogue dumplings made off site (Eater LA)
Plus Hippo’s new happy hour, and Melisse’s dinner deal

📅 RSVP for DevFest LA 2018

RSVPed Attending DevFest LA 2018

A tech conference carefully crafted for you by your GDG community! All about Android, Web, and Cloud from the world experts!

Join us for one day of talks, codelabs, and breakout sessions from the GDGLA team, Googlers, and major companies using Google Technologies.

We will be serving morning refreshments and lunch. More importantly we will be giving away over hundreds of dollars worth of prizes throughout the day! All attendees will have a chance to win Gift Cards, Google Home devices, Google Daydream Headsets, and much more.

Come learn about Android, Firebase, Machine Learning, Artificial Reality, Virtual Reality, and more

Sun, December 2, 2018 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM PST
at Cross Campus, 800 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90017

👓 Famous “Wild West” Novelist Zane Grey Died in Altadena 79 Years Ago Tuesday | Altadena Now

Read Famous “Wild West” Novelist Zane Grey Died in Altadena 79 Years Ago Tuesday by Angela Underwood (Altadena Now)

Famed American author Zane Grey died too soon.

The Altadena resident, who passed away from heart failure on October 23, 1939, still remains a presence in the region.

Renowned for his “Wild West” storytelling, Zane composed volumes of work that were later produced into motion pictures after migrating to California from Ohio and Pennsylvania, where he was born and raised.

👓 What 2018 Election Results Mean for California Climate Policy | ColoradoBoulevard.net

Read What 2018 Election Results Mean for California Climate Policy by Ethan Elkind (ColoradoBoulevard.net)
The midterm elections produced some big wins for California (and therefore national) climate policy.

👓 The Complexity of Pasadena Housing Crisis | ColoradoBoulevard.net

Read The Complexity of Pasadena Housing Crisis by Garrett Rowlan (ColoradoBoulevard.net)
While it is not surprising that the issue of housing is the number one concern brought before the...

👓 You Think Your Vote Doesn’t Count? Read This! | ColoradoBoulevard.net

Read You Think Your Vote Doesn’t Count? Read This! by Cheryl Cabot (ColoradoBoulevard.net)
Five votes. That’s the number of votes that finally put Denise Menchaca over the top to win a seat on the San Gabriel City Council in 2016. But those five votes came at the end of a long and torturous road. By Cher...

👓 CA Housing Shortage to Flip House and Senate? | ColoradoBoulevard.net

Read CA Housing Shortage to Flip House and Senate? by Ethan Elkind (ColoradoBoulevard.net)
As the midterm election nears this coming Tuesday, California’s restrictive housing policies in its urban job centers could play a central role.

👓 Three Historical Designations Approved in Pasadena | ColoradoBoulevard.net

Read Three Historical Designations Approved in Pasadena by Garrett Rowlan (ColoradoBoulevard.net)
Perhaps dwarfed by being on the eve of the significant 2018 mid-term elections, the Monday night meeting of the Pasadena City Council had only six peop...