Crepes and More for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner (Half Off)
$10 for $20 worth of crepes and more for breakfast or lunch
$15 for $30 worth of crepes and more for dinner
6560 Greenleaf Ave.
Whittier, California 90601
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APRIL 23, 2013 TUESDAY
77 North Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91103
Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm (Tue – Sun)
Dinner: 5:00pm to 9:30pm (Tue – Thu & Sun)
5:00pm to 10:00pm (Fri & Sat)
77 N. Raymond Ave. Pasadena, CA 91103
Took over the Shaab space officially and was remodeled.
The ABC license application was filed only yesterday.
Mark your calendars to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and The Taste of Mexico Association 3rd Annual Event!
Saturday, October 5th at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes in Downtown LA. To name a few of confirmed restaurants that will be participating: Mexicali Taco & Co, Loteria Grill, Mexikosher, Nevera Juice Bar, Candela Taco Bar and Lounge and our four founding restaurants, plus many, many more to come. Read more on Grubstreet LA!
This past Sunday April 21, 2013 was one of the most highly attended CicLAvia events. This was the 6th event in the past few years and the first to run from Downtown Los Angeles to Venice. It was lots of fun and so did 100,000 to 150,00 other participants.
There was a variety of different modes of transportation but most on bikes.
Here’s some pictures to enjoy from the event.
One notable bike was this one.
Watch this video from 14′ in the air.
14.5ft at the Seat
Built in 12 work hours
One Huffy beach cruiser, 2″ square tubing, 3/4″ round tubing, and 1″ round tubing
26″ single speed coaster brake wheelset
6 1/2 single speed bicycle chains (32.5ft of chain)
To bend the pipe i used an upside down shopping cart and a split log. Ghetto, i know, but hey – IT WORKS.
My last tallbike was just under 10ft tall at the seat and you can see us featured in 30 Seconds to Mars’ music video, “Kings and Queens” – youtu.be/hTMrlHHVx8A
STOOPIDTALL, is the inbetween from that one (Kafourki) and the world record tallest bike that i’ll be building next this year.
Thank you to all the Angelopes who guided STOOPIDTALL through the sea of fellow cyclists!
And thanks to all the photographers and videographers who documented STOOPIDTALL’s Maiden Voyage!
Much love, Richie
LA BIKE CULT
“Contact High” – Architecture in Helsinki (misspelt in video, DAMN)
“Amoebaz” – RUNE!
Have Questions? The answer may be here: reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments…
Or feel free to ask there too 🙂
Tea Lovers Festival: May 3 – 28, 2013 > Los Angeles
Friday, May 3, 2013 at 7:00 PM – Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 9:00 PM
Tea Lovers Festival
The mission of the Tea Lovers Festival is to promote the love of tea to the U.S. public through education and diverse cultural experiences. The festival has been open to the public since their Indian-themed event in 2006. Over the years, they’ve taken pride in thinking “out of the (tea) box” and bringing unique Educational and Cultural Programming to the tea-loving public, through both the festival, as well as through their popular Tea Lovers Bus Tours. In addition, the organization has always gone beyond the mere rudimentary educational levels and has provided something for everyone, from the tea novice to the tea connoisseur and even the tea professional, appealing to tea lovers of all ages.
www.TeaLoversFestival.com > 310.699.7271
The Tea Lovers Festival Infuses Los Angeles with a Month-Long Celebration of the Love of Tea!
MAY 3 – 28, 2013
Opening Weekend Steeps with Exciting Educational and Cultural Programming at the Festival’s New Home-Base – the Armory Center for the Arts.
145 North Raymond Ave, Pasadena CA 91103
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2013: 7 – 10pm (FREE with RSVP)
TeaVIP Opening Reception:
• Korea’s Scholar Tea Ceremony by Hankook Tea
• Screening of the feature film Baraka
SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2013: 11am – 5pm
Tea Lovers Marketplace:
Select tea-related Exhibitors showcase their unique products for all attending tea lovers. With Art of Tea, Bird Pick, Libre Tea, Numi Tea, Rishi Tea, Zhena’s Gypsy Tea and more.
Various Tea Studies & Tea Labs:
Everything You Wanted to Know About Tea, But Were Afraid To Ask series covers topics such as teas from Darjeeling, Korea and Taiwan, as well as Savory Tea and Organic & Fair Trade. Plus tea labs on how teaware affects tea taste, how to read tea leaves, how to create your own tea party.
$10 in advance (if purchased through May 4th)
$20 at the door (includes a $10 coupon/voucher for the Tea Lovers Marketplace)
To register, please check out the individual event tickets on here. And for more information, including additional events for the rest of May, please see the PROGRAM section on our website or the EVENTS section on our Facebook page listed below. Feel free to contact us anytime:
The mission of the Tea Lovers Festival is to promote the love of tea through education and diverse cultural experiences. The festival has been open to the public since their Indian-themed event in 2006. Over the years, they’ve taken pride in thinking “out of the (tea) box” and bringing unique Educational and Cultural Programming to the tea-loving public, through both the festival, as well as through their popular Tea Lovers Bus Tours. In addition, the organization always goes beyond the mere rudimentary educational levels and provides something for everyone, from the tea novice to the tea connoisseur and even the tea professional, appealing to tea lovers of all ages.
FREE PUBLIC LECTURE Airships: A New Horizon for Science
No registration is required for this free event. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.
Over the last decade, a few commercial telecommunication ventures as well as several well-funded military programs have attempted to develop autonomous, solar powered, high-altitude light-than-air (LTA) vehicles known as airships, which could maneuver and station-keep for weeks, months, or even years.
Wireless communications using a single, high-altitude airship could provide commercial high-bandwidth data services to consumers over a large area cheaper than via satellites, and there is increasing military interest in airships for real-time communications and long duration, persistent ‘over-the-horizon’ surveillance capabilities. For science applications, there are several distinct advantages using such a LTA platform over conventional high-altitude balloons and spacecraft and he will outline how this technology might be used to develop a remote sensing Earth observing post or as an astronomical observing platform which could return high-resolution data rivaling those from space-based systems at a fraction of the cost.
Robert Fesen is a professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College where he has been since 1989. He received his B.S. in astronomy from Villanova University, a M.S. from the University of Hawaii, and a Ph.D. in astronomy from the University of Michigan.
After graduation in 1981, Fesen took a two year postdoc position at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt MD, followed by another postdoc (which later turned into a research staff position) at the Center for Astrophysics and Space astronomy at the University of Colorado in Boulder. He stayed in Colorado for six years before moving back east to Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. He has been Acting Director of the MDM Observatory at Kitt Peak outside of Tucson AZ, and is currently on the board of Directors for the 10-meter SALT telescope being built in South Africa.
Fesen’s main interests lie in the field of supernovae and supernova remnants and he makes use of X-ray, ultraviolet, optical, and infrared observations from both ground-based and space-based telescopes. A current area of study is the infrared spectra of supernovae and their remnants.
One of his favorite objects is the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant, which is the youngest known in the Milky Way galaxy and exhibits the highest expansion velocities. This object has also been a favorite of one of the other team members, Dr. Sidney van den Bergh, who did many of the important initial studies of the Cas A supernova remnant using the Palomar 200-inch telescope.
Getting Wasted: L.A.’s food excess
Forums about food issues typically focus on access, origin, health. What’s often missing from those talks is conversation about excess: not in body weight, or in the types of food abundantly available in some areas and sorely lacking in others, but in what’s thrown out or wasted in the day-to-day.
On Monday, May 20, be part of an audience-inclusive, moderated discussion at The Crawford Family Forum that’ll explore how industry, community, policy, and individual efforts to both share and reduce the “extra” might move Los Angeles toward a more food-secure future.
– Robert Egger – DC Central Kitchen and forthcoming L.A. Kitchen founder
– Michael Flood – LA Regional Food Bank CEO
– Dr. Jonathan Fielding, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Director and Health Officer
– Bonnie Lee and Jean-Francois Chenier, 222 Million Tons blog and app creators
– Desiree Gutierrez
6:30 p.m. – Doors Open
7:00 p.m. – Program
Admission is FREE, but RSVPs are required. RSVP at : https://kpcc.ticketleap.com/getting-wasted-las-food-excess/
Monday, May 20, 7pm
The Crawford Family Forum
474 South Raymond Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91105
Spring Fair is Coming April 27th
This coming Saturday, from 10:00am – 3:00pm. Craft Vendors, food trucks, live music and more. Tell your friends, family, co-workers. Help spread the word!
If you can help out, we need volunteers, bottled water, and EZ-up tents. Contact Robert Robles.
SATURDAY, APRIL 27th, 10am – 3pm
CRAFTS & FOOD FESTIVAL
NORMA COOMBS ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
We are pleased to invite you again to apply for a booth at Norma Coombs Alternative School’s Spring Fair.
As a previous vendor at our spring fair, we are offering you a priority application.
This fundraising event will include food trucks, music, and arts & crafts, and takes place on the school’s beautiful open campus across the street from Pasadena’s Victory Park. On Saturdays, Victory Park is crowded with farmers market shoppers and multiple sports events. This event will be free to the public and marketed throughout PUSD communities – Pasadena, Altadena and Sierra Madre.
All work must be designed and executed solely by the artist. Imported goods, commercially manufactured
goods, resale items, items assembled from kits or any mass-produced goods are not allowed.
Please submit your website link or five photos (i.e. of your crafts, booth set-up, workspace) along with a non-
refundable $10.00 application fee. Please also describe the medium and technique used in your work and
what category best describes your craft.
Please submit two checks with your application, payable to NCAS PTSA.
• $10.00 application fee (non-refundable)
• $50.00 per artist
Please note that vendors are required to bring their own tables and 10×10′ easy-up tents. Electricity will not
be available. You may rent tables and tents at a
specially negotiated rate
from Dolphin Party Rentals in
Pasadena. Please contact (626)795-5131 and ask for
Artists are allowed to share a booth, but please only submit one application for a booth. Include all artists
names on the application and send us websites or photos for each artist. Please note that the fee is $50.00
per artist, even with a shared booth.
Seller’s permit may be obtained through the State Board of Equalization. For Special Event Certification go
to this link: https://www.boe.ca.gov/pdf/boe410d.pdf
All vendors are responsible for collecting sales tax in compliance with local and state tax law.
For more information you may also want to contact the IRS and the California Department of Revenue.
Application Deadline and Notification:
Submit your application as soon as possible, but postmarked no later than January 16th, 2013. We will be
sending out notifications on January 20th. Your $50.00 artist fee will be necessary to secure your space.
The event will take place rain or shine. No refunds will be given to any vendor who cancels less than 14 days
prior to the event. All refunds must be requested in writing.
Norma Coombs Alternative School PTSA:
2600 Paloma Street, Pasadena, CA 91107