Dumping unwanted electronics into the regular trash is illegal. Electronic waste is highly toxic when dumped into landfill.
Recycling is smart, free and environmentally responsible!
TRI Products, Inc is a state approved electronic waste collector and recycler.
TRI accepts most electronic waste. Check out our complete list of accepted items at:
CHARO E-waste Collection Event
Friday, March 5 and Saturday, March 6
From 9 am to 3 pm.
577 Lockheed Ave. Whittier, CA 90606
TRI offers free pick-up sevice within the San Gabriel Valley, CA.
We hold FREE electronic waste collection events on a weekly basis.
We will be so glad to see you at our collection events!
* Add a USB external hard drive to your local area network to share and store files
* PC, Mac, and Linux compatible; swap files with ease using your usual operating system environment
* Stream multimedia content from your drive to Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and iTunes
* Native BitTorrent support means you can download Torrent files without a computer
* Intuitive device management, access control, and server setup via web browser interface
The Mini Network Storage Adapter by IPEVO gives you a file-sharing fiesta—and everybody’s invited to the party! Use the adapter to turn any USB storage device into a file server for your local area network. Now any computer on your network—including wireless laptops and netbooks, and even Xbox 360 and Playstation 3—can access, share, and use files of all types from a central hard drive. With the Mini Network Storage Adapter, multimedia fun is at everyone’s fingertips. And installation couldn’t be easier: plug your USB device into one end of the adapter, and connect an Ethernet cable from your router to the other end.
* Mini Network Storage Adapter
* Ethernet Cable
* Power Adapter
* CD with Software and User Manual
* Quick Start Guide
Customer Service Hours:
Monday through Friday
9am to 5pm PT
Dodger Stadium Championship Tours
Los Angeles, CA
Sun, Feb 28, 2010 10:00 AM
All this week. Get our tickets for the championships.
The Championship Tour gives fans an opportunity to view Dodger Stadium in a way only the players do. This behind-the-scenes tour lets fans visit restricted areas and view the ballpark from a whole new perspective. Located in Chavez Ravine, Dodger Stadium is one of baseball’s most historic stadiums.
Highlights of this 80-90 minute tour may include:
• Access to the field
• Visit to the Dodger Dugout
• Dugout Club
• Press Box
• Tommy LaSorda Training Center
Tours are $15.00 for Adults, and $10.00 for Military, Seniors (55+), and Children (14 & under). Special pricing for groups of 20 or more does apply (Adults: $10, Senior/Military/Children: $7.00).
Private tours can be arranged for groups of 20 or more. Please contact (323) 224-1507 for more information about group tours or to book yours today. Group discount rates are available, and are outlined above. For tours of larger groups, please email email@example.com.
This is a walking tour that involves climbing stairs and ramps. All tours are wheelchair-accessible; please notify your tour guide of any concerns prior to the start of the tour. All elements of the tours are subject to availability and change. Tours will not be given during day games (start times at 12:10 p.m. or 1:10 p.m.), or on holidays.
Schedule and Tickets
The Championship Tour will be given on the days below, at 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. This tour will be limited to the first 25 paid participants. All tours begin at the Top Deck near the Top of the Park Store. Please try to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the tour.
How To Order — To purchase tickets for a Championship Tour, click on the ticket next to the date you wish to select. All elements of the tours are subject to current availability. Choose from either the 10:00 a.m. tour or the 11:30 a.m. tour on the days listed below. There are no tours on the dates in which no ticket is present. All tour dates and times are subject to change.
LA Weekly presents the 2nd Annual Gold Standard Food & Wine Event
featuring a selection of LA’s best and most eclectic restaurants
hand-picked by LA Weekly’s Pulitzer Prize winning food critic:
Jonathan Gold is known by many for his unpredictable taste and
appreciation of the many ethnic cuisines represented in Los Angeles.
From the tastiest taco wagons to the finest cuisine and wine, Gold
is the final word on the best and most exciting foods in the city.
This event offers Angelenos the rare opportunity to sample Gold’s top
picks in one location.
Sunday, February 28, 2010
1:00pm – 5:00pm
Peterson Automotive Museum
Get your tickets before the 1pm start today:
Hello again, Victor,
I was not sure if you received my email from the other
day. If you did not see it, it is copied below.
You are one of our runners up in the drawing we set up,
and I want you to have a chance to claim your 2 prizes.
Both are available online, see below for the message I
sent day before yesterday:
You are a runner-up winner of our RAFFLE (you may
or may not remember entering with everything that
was going on.)
Runners-up receive 2 complimentary gifts:
1. A free copy of my own e-book “The Mechanical Moron’s
Practical Guide to Saving Gallons of Gas, Improving Engine
Performance, and Avoiding Common Service Station Ripoffs.”
A long title, but it’s packed with great information that
has resulted in me saving 35% on my gasoline usage. Click
here to claim your free copy:
2. A coupon for a free 2 night cruise for 2 to the
Bahamas. If you’ve never cruised before, it’s a wonderful
way to vacation, and this is an inexpensive way to try it
out! Not everything is free (beverages are always charged,
as well as excursions, spa services, etc.), but the basics
are–including meals. The cruise line offers these promo-
tional trips in the hopes that you’ll spend some money on
the ship, and in the hopes that you’ll enjoy it so much
that you will return as a paying customer. Get your
tickets by clicking here:
Congratulations to the top prize winners, and thanks to
the merchants providing them:
1. L.M. of Pasadena, 2 tickets to “CATS” at the
Pantages Theatre, Hollywood.
2. K.S. of Sierra MAdre, a 60 minute massage at
Bellisima Salon & Spa,
501 S Myrtle Ave,
Monrovia, CA 91016, 626-357-0017.
3. A.Y. of Pasadena, $50 gift card at
Cameron’s Seafood, 1978 E Colorado Bl,
Pasadena, CA 91106, 626-793-FISH (3474).
4. E.C. of San Gabriel, lunch buffet for 2 at
New Delhi Palace Cuisine of India ($17.90 value)
950 E Colorado Blvd, Suite 205 (upstairs)
Pasadena, CA 91106, 626-405-0666.
Thank you for playing, hope to see you again next
year, and we’ll see you in the paper!
Edge Brownie Pan
Produced a prototype
Guerilla Style didn’t work
Wife Emily – cleaned out savings account – she was a center brownie
trickle of publicity – good housekeeping –
last year doubled sales and the year before
sold 130, 000 brownie pans made in the usa in 2009
80% of men like corners
It looks like East Pasadena is getting a new theater, according to a story in the Pasadena Star News today the theater is moving from Glendale and will be located next to the Metro Gold Line station at Sierra Madre.
The company plans to keep its award-winning production mix, Elliott said: classic drama, including Shakespeare and Moliere, interspersed with such modern masters as Ibsen, Shaw and Tennessee Williams, and some lighter fare – their recent production of the knock-about comedy “Noises Off” won rave reviews.
Contribute to the Cultural Development of Pasadena
A Noise Within’s new home is located in Pasadena and is easily accessible to all. Just steps from the Metro Gold Line Sierra Madre station and conveniently located off of the 210 Freeway’s Madre Street exit, the facility is located at the corner of Foothill Blvd. and Sierra Madre Blvd.
Nestled in the San Gabriel Mountains, A Noise Within will be located minutes from Old Town Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre, Arcadia, Altadena, South Pasadena and Alhambra. Adjacent to the new location is a walkway to the Sierra Madre Gold Line station, part of the L.A. Metro light rail system. The Metro rail station’s garage will provide secure parking for patrons.
Here’s the website for the theater group
Board Challenge Extended:
Meet the $10 million challenge by groundbreaking!
Our sincere thanks to all of you who helped us reach $9.9 million during the Board Matching Challenge. We are on our way to $10 million by groundbreaking!
We are beginning the new year with exciting news! With your help, we have raised $9.9 million for our project to build a permanent home in Pasadena.
We are so close to our goal of raising $10 million by groundbreaking in March. Because of the positive response to the year-end Matching Challenge, A Noise Within’s Board of Directors has extended the challenge through February 28, 2010.
We began the Board Match Challenge having raised $9.3 million to build California’s Home for the Classics. During the challenge, our goal is to reach the important milestone of $10 million by groundbreaking. We are almost there! Make your investment in the future of A Noise Within and classical theatre in Southern California today and ensure the preservation and growth of A Noise Within’s expansive arts and education programs with your commitment.
Thank you for your support,
Geoff Elliott and Julia Rodriguez-Elliott
Haven’t given to the project yet? Now is the time! Click the video below to hear more about the challenge:
Video by Steve Coombs
Why $10 million?
- This milestone in our campaign coincides with breaking ground in March. Together, we can build our permanent home!
- Raising 75% of our project budget signifies to foundations interested in giving closing gifts that, “Now is the time!” We need your help to qualify for those grants!
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an tremors we could find ourselves like 2008.
Only we can save ourselves.
Financial foundations cannot have any cracks
– debt on credit card, 30% interest fees, etc…
creditcardconnection.com – join a credit union- cannot charge more than 18%
– 401k – invest in the plan only up to the point where the employer matches
– have a roth IRA – invest where you have already paid taxes – lowest income tax bracket of our lifetime, pay the taxes, you can take the money
– get a tradtional ira and convert to a roth later.
Many residents in Pasadena wonder where the most dangerous intersections in Pasadena are located.
From having lived in Pasadena for over a decade and in the valley for my entire life and frequenting the Pasadena area I can tell you that one of the top most dangerous intersections is where Hill which travels North and South intersects with Orange Grove, Washington, 210 freeway on and off ramps, Colorado blvd.
I live near the Hill and Orange Grove intersection and on a pretty regular basis there will be an accident where a car tries to beat a changing light or is traveling way too fast south on Hill. There are countless sightings of cars traveling way over the 40mph speed limit. The limit which is already too high for this type of neighborhood. and traffic is only getting worse, not better.
At the 210 and Hill, you can sit there and watch cars racing to get on the freeway or off, and running lights. You rarely will see a police officer watching this intersection, not sure why, but the city could surely use the money and they would make a ton of it at this intersection from citations.
The amount of people running lights in Pasadena seems very high, not that it is much better in other cities, but part of the Police going out into the community should be to listen to residents and hearing complaints and recommendations about what can be improved.
Couple ideas for the city of Pasadena:
Put a couple officers at busy intersections like those at the 210 and Hill and Lake and watch cars run lights and drivers on the phone holding their phone to their ear, and not making emergency calls.