Shhh, don’t tell anyone, but Pasadena is onto something. While other municipalities are courting so-called high-paying jobs in the manufacturing sector, Pasadena officials seemed to have identified another source for economic recovery: juice. Apparently, the humble blend of fruits, vegetables, coconut milk and tiny, tiny chia seeds that get stuck in your teeth has become an economic engine in our little corner of the San Gabriel Valley.
It’s that time of year again – the air is crisp, the leaves are hued in orange and gold, the kitchen smells like pumpkin spice and cinnamon, and you’re curled up in a blanket pondering your next holiday dinner party.
While tasteful bites are a given like oven-roasted turkey, garlic mashed potatoes and gravy, and mouthwatering stuffing, style arrangements in the home may be a toilsome task. Lucky for you, we already did the dirty work.
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Get ready for the 50th annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design, which will feature a 1915 English arts and crafts estate designed by prominent L.A. architect Stiles O. Clements (1883-1966). Situated on over three and a ... read more