Sep 12 2019
Tastes & Sounds Fall Crawl on South Lake – Taste of South Lake Pasadena 2019
 
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Tastes & Sounds Fall Crawl on South Lake

12:00pm – 5:00pm — 345 S. Lake Avenue, Pasadena

Launched in 2009 as Taste of South Lake, this free and family friendly outdoor event has evolved into a district-wide celebration making South Lake Avenue one of San Gabriel Valley’s premier culinary destinations. Tastes & Sounds is a district crawl showcasing South Lake Avenue businesses where guests can enjoy live music from internationally known bands, in-store promotions, a vendor village, family friendly activities and more!

TASTES & SOUNDS 2019 IS A SOUTH LAKE AVENUE CELEBRATION PRESENTED BY:

This FREE outdoor celebration kicks off at The Shops On Lake located at 345 S. Lake Avenue, Pasadena (view map!) and offers:

  • COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSION
  • AMPLE PARKING (Free and Paid)
  • LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES
  • FAMILY FRIENDLY ACTIVITES
  • VENDOR VILLAGE
  • FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOKTWITTER and INSTAGRAM!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK TO VIEW:

SPECIAL LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES:
The Shops on Lake: 345 S. Lake Avenue (view map!)

  • 1:00pm: Sunflower BeanAmerican rock band acclaimed by NPR and Billboard among others.
  • 2:30pm: Ella VosOne of the most exciting new acts in pop music, garnering over 250 million Spotify plays and acclaimed by Rolling Stone.
  • 4:00pm: Ximena SarinanaGrammy nominated Mexican singer-songwriter known for her Latin pop and alternative fusion.
  • KCRW DJ Raul Campos spinning between sets

2019 PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS & BUSINESSES INCLUDE:

VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO 2019 EVENT AND MEDIA SPONSORS:

ADDTIONAL MEDIA PARTNERS:

  • DoLA
  • KPCC
  • LAist
  • Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau

EVENT INFORMATION BOOTH LOCATIONS:

  • 140 S. Lake Avenue – View Map
  • 251 S. Lake Avenue – View Map
  • 345 S. Lake Avenue – View Map

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

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Sep 10 2019
Big Chicken Coming to Glendale @BigChickenShaq
 

With taste at the forefront, Big Chicken delivers a menu that fuses home-cooked childhood favorites with bold new flavors. Come try our signature dish Lucille’s Mac ‘n’ Cheese, just the way mom made it – but with a crispy Cheez-It® crust! Located just off of the Las Vegas Strip, Big Chicken aims to create a fun family haven that both comforts and delights. 

http://www.bigchicken.com/

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Aug 29 2019
Apple Independent Repair Provider Program
 

Learn more here on how you are your business can help Apple to service devices. There are requirements but it is to help keep the level of service up to par.

https://support.apple.com/service-repair-providers

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Aug 26 2019
Chicken Brioche Pickles. New Sandwich. Nationwide. Sandwiches Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen @PopeyesChicken
 

Chicken. Brioche. Pickles. New. Sandwich. Popeyes. Nationwide. So. Good. Forgot. How. Speak. In. Complete. Sandwiches.

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

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Aug 26 2019
Carl’s Jr Lake Ave Pasadena To Become Chick-Fil-A
 
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With one Chick-Fil-A already in Pasadena near Pasadena City College, a second location is about to be approved for the replacement of a Carl’s Jr at 790 N. Lake Ave, with a second Pasadena location for Chick-Fil-A
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Aug 24 2019
From the Gut: Microbiome Ventures The Microbiome and Hope for Cures from Autism to Cancer
 
Announcing the 2019-2020 Season Opener
From the Gut: Microbiome Ventures The Microbiome and Hope for Cures from Autism to Cancer
It takes real guts to beat Cancer. “Real guts” might be the answer.  The microbes in our gut affect all systems in the body – from brain to the nervous system to all of our cells. Cutting edge research indicates that adjusting the microbial balance in the gut may relieve or diminish symptoms on the Autism spectrum. The microbial balance affects the immune system and affect how white blood cells attack cancer cells. Join us on Saturday, October 12th as the Entrepreneurs Forum kicks off our 36th Season with a program exploring the many fascinating and potentially life-saving developments in the field.
Saturday, October 12, 2019
8:00 AM Networking & Coffee 9:00 – 11:30 Program
Caltech Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics 1216 East California Boulevard, Pasadena
REGISTER NOW
Keynote Speaker: Sarkis Mazmanian Luis B. and Nelly Soux Professor of Microbiology Investigator, Heritage Medical Research Institute Division of Biology and Biological Engineering Panelists Stephanie Culler, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CEO, Persephone Biome, Inc.  Hallie Kuhn, Principal, Alexandria Venture Investments  Steve Pandol, MD, Director, Basic and Translational Pancreas Research Cedars-Sinai Medical Center   Producer/Moderator:  Russell M. Frandsen, Attorney at Law The Business Legal Group 
For More Information and to Register: http://entforum.caltech.edu
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Aug 23 2019
Fishbecks Patio Center Big Green Egg Grilling Demonstration @BigGreenEgg
 

Fishbecks Patio Center Big Green Egg Grilling Demonstration @BigGreenEgg

Saturday, August 24, 2019
11:00am–2:00pm

Presented by: Fishbecks Patio Center
150 S. Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105

626.796.9255
fishbecks.com


Fishbecks Patio Center hosts the Big Green Egg Grilling Demonstration @BigGreenEgg

Fishbecks Patio Center hosts the Big Green Egg Grilling Demonstration, free to the public!

Big Green Egg experts will be promoting the many uses of the Big Green Egg barbecue and grilling up all sorts of foods for all in attendance. From brisket to pizza and even cobbler, the Big Green Egg can do almost anything

To assist in advance food purchase, please RSVP to event organizers: (626)796-9255 or by email

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Aug 20 2019
CELEBRATE CALIFORNIA AVOCADOS AT THESE UPCOMING EVENTS
 

CELEBRATE CALIFORNIA AVOCADOS AT THESE UPCOMING EVENTS Want to celebrate all things California Avocado? Well, you’re in luck, because there are several avo-filled events taking place across the Golden State!

The CADO* (San Marcos, CA): Now through September 22, you can celebrate California’s favorite fruit at The CADO, an interactive pop-up that takes guests on a journey through the history of the California Avocado.

2019 Avocado & Margarita Street Fest* (Morro Bay, CA): On September 7, join fellow avo lovers by the beach for a California celebration complete with avo-inspired food, drinks, arts and crafts, and family fun.

This year’s 32nd Annual California Avocado Festival poster, designed by Evamgelina Cervera, is a celebration of life in Carpinteria—the layered mountain-scape, the rolling ocean waves and the ever-present sun. At the center of it all is the avocado.

This year’s 32nd Annual California Avocado Festival poster, designed by Evamgelina Cervera, is a celebration of life in Carpinteria—the layered mountain-scape, the rolling ocean waves and the ever-present sun. At the center of it all is the avocado.

33rd Annual California Avocado Festival* (Carpinteria, CA): October 4–6, you can try inventive avocado creations, listen to local musicians and browse unique avocado-centric art at one of California’s largest annual festivals.

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Aug 14 2019
iPic Theaters Company Files for Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Protection @ipictheaters
 

iPic Theaters Company Files for Bankruptcy Chapter 11 Protection – several media outlets have reported that iPic Entertainment which operates iPic Theaters around the country. The CEO claims that theaters will remain open and operational and that “business as usual”. With over $290 million in debt it could be a rough road out of debt. iPic had gone public less than two years ago, the stock is trading .61 cents, off ipo highs close to $15.

iPic estimates its total debts are $290.9 million and its total assets are $157 million

If you have any gift cards, now is probably a good time to hurry and use them.

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Aug 13 2019
Your invite to Apple Card is waiting.
 
Here’s your chance to get early access to Apple Card. You wanted to be one of the first to get Apple Card — a new kind of credit card created by Apple, not a bank. Good news: Here’s your chance to experience Apple Card before everybody else, so you can help us get ready for the public launch. Your early access invitation is waiting, but we need your Apple ID to send it. The email address you provided does not match an Apple ID signed in to iCloud. Just complete a few simple steps so we can send your invitation.
How to get your invitation: Make sure your iPhone is running iOS 12.4. To update, go to Settings > General > Software Update. Take note of the Apple ID used to sign in to iCloud on your iPhone. To see your Apple ID, go to Settings, then tap your name. Set a passcode for your iPhone, if you don’t have one already. To set a passcode, go to Settings, tap Face ID & Passcode or Touch ID & Passcode, then tap Turn Passcode On. Go to apple.com/apple-card and tap Notify Me to enter your Apple ID.
Invitations may take up to 48 hours to arrive.
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Aug 1 2019
Get My Free Credit Report
 

How can I get a free copy of my credit report?

Answer

You’re entitled to one free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each of the three nationwide credit reporting companies. Order online from annualcreditreport.com, the only authorized website for free credit reports, or call 1-877-322-8228. You will need to provide your name, address, social security number, and date of birth to verify your identity.

We’re sorry

A condition exists that prevents Experian from being able to accept your request at this time.

To obtain your Experian annual credit report, please mail your request to the address below using the Annual Credit Report Request form.

Annual Credit Report Request Service

P.O. Box 105281

Atlanta, GA 30348-5281

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Jul 31 2019
Equifax Data Breach Settlement Website #breach #hack #equifaxbreach @equifax
 

The news this week of a data breach affecting 106 million Capital One customers is yet another reminder that companies entrusted with our personal data can and must do better to keep it private and secure.1

As you take steps to ensure your information wasn’t compromised in this latest breach, we wanted to make sure you know that Equifax, a huge credit reporting agency, just settled with the Federal Trade Commission in a deal that requires the company to pay up to $700 million — and they could owe you a share of that sum. If you were affected by this data breach, you’re eligible for a cash payout of up to $125 or up to 10 years of free credit monitoring.2

Equifax has agreed to compensate 143 million Americans whose personal data was compromised because of a breach of their systems. Use this look up tool to find out if you were affected & file a claim for compensation today.

Find out if you’re eligible here

If you are a class member, you can use this website to claim the benefits described below.

Please note that none of these benefits will be distributed or available until the settlement is finally approved by the Court.

1. Free Credit Monitoring or $125 Cash Payment. You can get free credit monitoring services. Or, if you already have credit monitoring services, you can request a $125 cash payment.

  • At least 4 years of three-bureau credit monitoring, offered through Experian. You can also get up to 6 more years of free one-bureau credit monitoring through Equifax.
  • If you already have credit monitoring services that will continue for at least 6 more months, you may be eligible for a cash payment of $125.

2. Other Cash Payments. You may also be eligible for the following cash payments up to $20,000 for:

  • the time you spent remedying fraud, identity theft, or other misuse of your personal information caused by the data breach, or purchasing credit monitoring or freezing credit reports, up to 20 total hours at $25 per hour.
  • out-of-pocket losses resulting from the data breach.
  • up to 25% of the cost of Equifax credit or identity monitoring products you paid for in the year before the data breach announcement.

3. Free Identity Restoration Services: You are eligible for at least 7 years of free assisted identity restoration services to help you remedy the effects of identity theft and fraud.

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Jul 24 2019
New Mexico Hatch Chile Roasting 2019 Los Angeles Area #hatchisback2019 @StaterBrosMkts @MelissasProduce @FriedasProduce
 

Stater Bros. markets is kicking off the 2019 hatch chile roasing season, starting August 10, 2019. at their Sun City, San Jacinto and Pasadena stores. The roastings will be held for 5 weeks. Check out your nearest location here.

Ralphs with Frieda’s, Gelson’s, and Bristol Farms, Melissa’s also are holding roasting events.

Ralph’s August 3rd to August 31st

Gelson’s

Bristol Farms:

Melissa’s – dates and locations here for 2019.

https://twitter.com/MelissasProduce/status/1148966612579602432

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Jul 17 2019
20th Annual District Block Party and Resource Fair Chris Holden @ChrisHoldenNews
 

An Invite to the 20th Annual District Block Party and Resource Fair!

Saturday, August 3
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

500 Block of East Jackson Street in Pasadena

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The 20th Annual District Block Party and Resource Fair is right around the corner. We invite you for an open discussion on legislative and community issues, while enjoying live music, a classic car show, and so much more!

Below is a list of local and state resources participating to provide useful information about their programs and to help answer your questions:

  • The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz),
  • Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Department of Consumer Affairs
  • Department of Developmental Services
  • California Office of Emergency Services
  • Department of Insurance
  • Covered California
  • Employment Development Department
  • Franchise Tax Board
  • Governor’s Office Business and Economic Development
  • California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire)

I look forward to seeing you there!

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Jul 13 2019
Last chance to eat at Central Grille Pasadena! Restaurant Closing @626food #centralgrillepasadena
 

Last chance to eat at Central Grille Pasadena! Restaurant Closing July 14 at 2pm, must be the last brunch service for the location.

According to a post on Facebook: Landlord offered lease buy-out to place a new tenant in 5 buildings on the block. We will close tomorrow at 2pm in case you were thinking of stopping by!

  • Wondering who the tenant is that is moving into that large of a

Central Grille Pasadena will be closing soon! Yes, you read that right – our last day will be Sunday, July 14th.

Join us for our final days at Pasadena and thank you all for your years of support!

#centralgrillepasadena

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Jun 25 2019
Electric Car EV Charging Sharing Challenge Solution
 

Having had an electric car since 2011 you experience all the challenges of an EV owner. One of them is finding charging stations, which has improved significantly in the past few years. With Tesla having their own charger network, which is faster it helps with users not leaving their cars plugged in after it is charged. But with the rest of the chargers you will see cars plugged and not drawing power, or not even plugged in, or plugged in over the designated time limit, or completed and still plugged in, even cars that are not EV just parked in the spots designated for EV, in Burbank, I see city vehicles parked in EV spots, sometimes occupying two parking spaces leaving no room for an EV to park. This is like blocking the pumps at a gas station. It would not over very well with the gas station owner. Imagine I pull up to a gas pump with my EV and just park there and leave for an hour. My car would be towed, in a matter of minutes. What shift needs to occur to have the same happen for EV charging? I understand that people may leave their car plugged in longer than the posted limits and that enforcement by the city is a slippery slope.

If you encounter a situation like this what do you do? What’s the best approach here, as it seems apps like Greenlots are challenged by implementing reminders or alerts when your car is fully charged, or setting time reminders. One possible idea is as a responsible owner you place a note on the charger, or on your car. That makes it easy for another EV owner to contact you if your space is needed. I certainly would not mind moving my car for a fellow EV owner who is in need of a charger more so than myself.

One possibility is to have apps like Greenlots and Chargepoint facilitate the communication with a person plugged into a charger that you are requesting to use. But that assumes that the charger is in use. The charger networks along with the cities can do more to streamline the process. As EV owners we need to ask the network owners to add functionality and support the EV community. Greenlots owned by Shell, seems to have the most opportunity to enhance the experience, but barely seems to provide a basic feature set in the app. Should cities hold companies like Greenlots accountable to improve the experience? I would say yes, If a city is allowed a charger network on city property, then there should be a basic set of criteria that is required, uptime, maintenance, and features, the city officials signing off on the installation should use the service themselves or know people who do. The key longer term is to have faster charging, where you basically stay with your EV while it is charging or batteries are being swapped, etc.. Whatever the mechanism is to get charged as long as it is “fast”, then this issue of parking and use challenge would be eliminated, Yes these are growing pains, and take many years to resolve, meanwhile there will be thousands of EV vehicles that will be a generation or two behind or that do not support the newest charging technology.

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Jun 25 2019
Bitcoin Surging Past $11,000 #btc Will the Rise Continue?
 

In the past seven days Bitcoin has surged from $9,000 on June 18 to over $11,300 June 25 and climbing. Has Bitcoin reached no stable support? That’s a 20% gain in 7 days!

Will it continue? Some speculate that it could be on track to see new highs over $20,000. Is Bitcoin an investment or a currency? It is a little of both. With Facebook getting into the crypto space is what appears to have boosted Bitcoin, other crypto has not benefited as much as Bitcoin, with renewed interest it will be interesting to see what the coming weeks brings.

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Jun 25 2019
The First, The Last, The Original: Come Celebrate 10 Tasty Years One Last Time At The 10th Annual LA Food Fest! @LAfoodfest #LAfoodfest #stretchypants
 

Angelenos, it’s time to dust off your stretchy pants one last time and be part of the 10th Annual LA Food Fest that will take place on Saturday, June 29th, 2019 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm on the grassy infield of Santa Anita Park!

The LA Food Fest was born as the LA Street Food Fest in 2009 founded by Shawna DawsonFounder + CEO of Angeleno, Inc. (Sauce LALA Food FestArtisanal LA and Clean Made). She officially kicked off her very first event in Downtown Los Angeles in February 2010. With a lofty goal to not only to fill a gap in the event scene by creating something that was the first of its kind, Dawson created a culinary community and a platform to support independent small businesses that has traveled from Los Angeles Center Studios in DTLA, the historic Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseumand to its final destination Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, cementing the LA Food Fest as L.A.’s premier street food event. LA Food Fest was also the first event to support their vendors by subsidizing the participation of nearly every participant, leading many other events to do the same. And in 2016, Dawson saw an opportunity to do good and help make this amazing city we call home a little better, so she decided to make LA Food Fest LA’s first Zero Food Waste event. Says Dawson, “We couldn’t be more proud of what we’ve accomplished over the years. The thousands of restaurants, chefs and caterers we’ve had the pleasure of working with. The bevy of events we’ve inspired all over the country, and the world. Not to mention, making the term “Food Fest” a common expression everywhere!”

The 10th Annual LA Food Fest is a community event thatpromises not to disappoint bringing 5,000 foodies and 100+ restaurants, carts, stands, trucks, bars, beer, wine and craft cocktail makers together including some of the city‘s Top Chefs, Restaurants and International Guest Chefs.

Highlights from this year’s 10th Annual LA Food Fest include:

The Nuevo Gastropub is where the LA Food Fest says adiós with an international lineup for the books! Guest chefs include the grill guru Dante Ferrero (Dante Brasa y Fuego, Mexico City) returning for his third year; Olivier Deboise (Aperi, San Miguel de Allende) with his eclectic approach on sustainable cuisine; the daring gastronomy of Sergio Meza (Villanos en Bermudas, Mexico City), co-owner of one of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants, and one of the youngest executive chefs in the world, Rafael Covarrubias (Hexagon and 7 Enoteca, Ontario, Canada). Joining the team, Eduardo Morali (Pangea, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon) executive chef of one of 2019’s Best Restaurants in Mexico said Latin America’s Best 50 Restaurants 2019, and the talented French pastry chef Emmanuelle Deboise (La Casa Caramel, San Miguel de Allende). All will bring unique dishes created just for the event and an unforgettable culinary show. The theme for this year’s Nuevo Gastropub is “parrilada” (translates to BBQ), and will include dishes for every palate, from Dante’s primal cuts grilled over coals on site, to organic vegan tacos, ethnic bites (Charbroiled shrimp tostada with peanut salsa macha, mushrooms and grilled onions duxelle, dill aioli; Grilled Street Corn with black garlic and huitlacoche), experimental appetizers (Charbroiled beet with mascarpone cheese, pistachios and black lemon dust) and refreshing fusion desserts (Grilled banana sandwich with avocado mousse, fresh goat cheese, and honey). As in previous years, the Nuevo Gastropub will also feature an extensive Top Shelf Tequila Tasting and Mexican beers like Border X, Cabotella and CALIDAD.

This year, guests will also get a very special taste of Gordon Ramsay’s UNCHARTED, featuring an exclusive preview of the upcoming National Geographic series and sample dishes inspired by the show in the NatGeo Lounge.

As in past years, the Fest will also help a number of New Chefs and Restaurants make their debut including Cuizina (Filipino street food), Quiadaiyn (authentic vegan mole), The Burristas, Cevicheria las Olas, African Chop, El Chef Taco, Ken’s Ramen, POKEBAR, Big Grandma’s Kitchen, Sushi Roku, Oak Smoke BBQ, EK’BALAM Yucatan Cuisine (formerly Delicias Yucatecas), The Vegan Salvi and Always Coffee, alongside neighborhood faves like Maquina Taco, Pasta Sisters, Eagle Rock Public House, Comfort LA, Pinches Flautas, Barranco Lounge by Chef Walther, Fishin for Brews, Low Key Burritos, Luckdish Curry, Takami Sushi, Bearology, Humbleburgerz, Bite Me Gourmasian, Pez Cantina, Padthai Boran, Mama Musubi, Nature Well, Café de Leche and more.  

The Ice Cream Social is back with treats from The Donuttery, Pie Hole, You Had Me at Helado, Communitea Bakery, Down South Treats, Dearly Beloved Confections, Tastee Flavors New Orleans style shaved ice, Uncle Tetsu’s Japanese Cheesecake, 12 Oaks Desserts and many more.

To keep the party going, Birds & Bees and Mister O’s Rafael Jonathan Barba brings some amazing bar talent to the mix alongside bars from local Citrus Grove Distillers doing both cocktails and mocktails, Revel Spirits and Broken Shed Vodka. Plus, Pez Cantina micheladas.

For the wine drinkers, local Riboli Wines return, plus a new Wine Garden sponsored by Obvious Wines featuring acoustic tunes from Sylvia Bosco andgames of pétanque from La Boulisterie Los Angeles. And for the beer drinkers there’s the Stella Airstream, Golden Road, Eagle Rock Brewery, CALIDAD, Border X, Elysian Brewing IPA, Glutenberg Beer, Hop Valley Brewing and Michelob Gold Organic, plus Common Cider and Hard Kombucha. Plenty of non-alcoholic drinks will be on hand from Spindrift, KeVita, Honest Tea and more.

In the VIP Lounge find plenty of shaded seating, an exclusive HotPoint Lightbox Photo Booth, Alexander’s Steakhouse, FrankieLucy Bakeshop and wines from Napa’s Wedell Cellars.

This year’s event also features a grassy new GA Lounge area. While you’re taking a food coma break, meet friendly Martians and other enthusiastic communicators from JPL. Hear about the latest news and discoveries about NASA exploration across our universe and those made by the rovers, the InSight lander, and NASA orbiters currently at Mars. Take a selfie with various NASA & Apollo backdrops – make a flower crown with Crown Bloom Co. and grab a bottle of cold Essentia Water from the refresh station while you’re there!

Roving Live Entertainment, Mariachi, DJ, a performance on the stage by Black Crystal Wolf Kidsface painting and henna for the (little and big) kids round out the experience.

A complete lineup and event map will be announced closer to the event date. Stay tuned!

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A portion of the proceeds from the 10th Annual LA Food Fest will directly benefit Food Forward, this year’s charity partner. Food Forward fights hunger and prevents food waste by rescuing fresh surplus produce, connecting this abundance with people in need and inspiring others to do the same. Food Forward is synonymous with food waste reduction in Los Angeles and the LA Food Fest could not ask for a better partner as they head into their third and final year of being LA’s only Zero Food Waste event

Thank You to Our Friends who help make this event possible: Essentia Water, National Geographic, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Entercom, Baja Brewing, Golden Road, Calidad, Tequila Cocula, Corazon Azul Spirits, Aguirre Tequila, Tequila Don Nacho, Spindrift, KeVita, Good Farms, Kumana Foods, 4th & Heart and more.

Ticket Information: The LA Food Fest will take place on Saturday, June 29th, 2019 on the grassy infield at Santa Anita Park. To ensure all guests enjoy the event to its fullest, the LA Food Fest attendance is capped at just 5,000 all-inclusive (pre-sale only) tickets. A VIP Power Hour + Early Entry ($99) will be held from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm and VIP Check-in will start at 1:30 pm. General Admission ($69) will be from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm and General Admission Check-in starts at 2:30 pm. This event is for all ages and family friendly. Children age 10 and under are free with a paying adult. ID is required for a 21+ wristband and 21+ wristbands are required for all craft beer, cocktail bars, wine and spirit tastings. For more information on the 10th Annual LA Food Fest and to reserve tickets today, please visit www.LAFoodFest.com.               

Location:  Santa Anita Park (Gate 6) – 275 Colorado Place, Arcadia, CA  91007

Transportation and Parking: Guests are encouraged to utilize car services or alternative transportation such as  Lyft, Uber, Taxi, Rideshare, Metro, etc., since this event does serve alcoholic beverages. Guest parking for the LA Food Fest is available onsite via Gate 6 at Santa Anita Park for $5 per car (cash only). Complimentary parking is also available for VIP Guests.

LA Food Fest Pro Tips & FAQS: The LA Food Fest is a festival for foodies and a good strategy for the day is the best Fest companion! To ensure an awesome time, check out the Insider Pro Tips & FAQS

For the latest, follow LA Food Fest:

Instagram:  @LAfoodfest

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/LAFoodFest/

Snapchat: @LAfoodfest

Twitter:  @LAfoodfest

2019 Hashtags:  #LAfoodfest #stretchypants

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Jun 14 2019
Grilling Safety
 

Grilling Safety

Are you prepared to grill safely?

Post Date: 06/14/2019

Charcoal Grill

Outdoor grilling is popular throughout the year. It’s important to be careful around the grill to prevent fires, burns, and property damage.

To keep you and your family safe while grilling, follow these guidelines:

  • Propane and charcoal BBQ grills should only be used outdoors.
  • The grill should be placed well away from the home, deck railings, and out from under eaves and overhanging branches.
  • Keep children and pets away at least three feet away from the grill area.
  • Keep your grill clean by removing grease or fat buildup from the grills and in trays below the grill.
  • Never leave your grill unattended.

For more information, please visit the National Fire Protection Association’s website at www.nfpa.org/grilling.

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Jun 10 2019
Healthy Spot Coming to Pasadena @HealthySpot
 

Offering pet friendly events, small dog daycare, dog grooming, training, and more, Healthy Spot joins an increasing number of locations catering to pet owners in the Pasadena area.

https://goo.gl/maps/KSab2kS7AiHaYzAf9

614 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101

The West Los Angeles is scheduled to be opening July 13, 2019, which means the Pasadena location is probably not too far behind.

You can see the events that are coming up at the current locations and those coming. https://www.eventbrite.com/o/healthy-spot-8204785257

We stay true to our core values of supporting our community and providing our customers with a shopping experience that sets us apart. That is why we will continue to bring our customers fun events like our monthly Yappy Hours and Play Dates. We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events. 

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