Here's an article from the New York Times entitled "Is it OK to Blog About This Woman Anonymously?" Very interesting indeed.
Call me old fashioned, but I do enjoy my local Obon Festival. The Pasadena Buddhist Temple is holding its Obon this weekend (Saturday and Sunday)---details here. The best teriyaki chicken east of the international dateline is being prepared right now. Thanks to a mild on shore flow, the whole neighborhood smells like teriyaki. If you've… Continue reading Obon Festival in Pasadena
... through blogging. A while back, I wrote a blog entry about the fruit in my back yard. Christina, who is so brilliant that even her stomach thinks, took some of the fruit and made lovely jam. Christina made jam but, as she tells it, it "ended up so sour that the only person I… Continue reading You Meet the Nicest People…
Rapscallions. Rogues. Masters of hyperbole. "Vicious psychopaths---just as soon kill ya as go fishin'" (to paraphrase Rawhide in The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimention). Front row: The 99 Cent Chef, Pasadena Daily Photo, Ed Padgett. Middle: Miss Havisham, Irina. Standing in the back: Monrovia City Watch, WCGB, the cool dude Adam who… Continue reading SGV Bloggers
The fourth official get together of San Gabriel Valley bloggers (billed as “SGV Bloggers Picnic IV: With A Vengeance“) is scheduled for Saturday afternoon June 28th, 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. To receive a copy of the evite, contact AP at firstname.lastname@example.org. Frazgo's post about the event, which contains all the relevant info, is here .… Continue reading SGV Bloggers Meet-up