Easily one of the biggest, most exciting days of our Winter Meet, Sunshine Millions California Cup is one-part showcase of the best Cal-Bred Thoroughbreds, and one-part celebration in the fashion that only Santa Anita Park can deliver.
Come be a part of the Sunshine Millions Wine Festival and let The Great Race Place show you a bevy of wine and food offerings to compliment an amazing card of racing. It’s a party in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley, and we can’t wait to have you.
Forget wine and roses — wine and horses is a much more exciting combo, and you’ll find them together at Santa Anita Park’s Sunshine Millions California Cup event. Catch a full day of California and Cal-bred thoroughbred racing, as well as a wine festival featuring the best varietal and food pairings the Golden State has to offer. General Admission includes admission to the club house, a daily racing program, a commemorative acrylic wine glass and 12 2-ounce tastings, while the VIP ticket adds on food samples, a T-shirt, fast-track pass, a $10 food truck voucher and more.
Buy Tickets at discount for general admission for $25 on Goldstar.
General Package (a $50 value!)
- Club House Admission
- Daily Racing Program
- Tip Sheet
- Acrylic Wine Glass
- Twelve 2 oz Samplings
- Food Samplings
VIP Package (a $120 value!)
- Club House Admission
- Daily Racing Program
- Tip Sheet
- Acrylic Wine Glass
- 2 oz Samplings for each winery participating
- Food Samplings
- Fast Track Pass
- Food Truck Voucher ($10 value)
- Wine Festival Event Tee
KNEAD & Co. pasta bar + market
Los Angeles, CA, CA 90013
Jamba Juice to Open Innovative Concept Store in Pasadena
Jamba® Plans to Open “Old Town Café” as Learning Lab and Innovation Driver
EMERYVILLE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jamba, Inc. (NASDAQ:JMBA) a leading health and wellness brand and leading retailer of freshly squeezed juice announced today its plans to offer consumers in Pasadena a truly different retail experience with the pending launch of a state-of-the-art Jamba Juice concept store. The store will be unlike any of the Company’s other 850+ retail outlets in that it will feature a sleek interactive bar area, a modern test kitchen, a spacious wifi-enabled seating area, and other innovative concepts.
Set in the heart of the historic Old Town section of Pasadena, the Jamba Concept Store will serve as a learning lab in which Jamba will create and test new food and beverage concepts with the ability to obtain real-time feedback from the store’s customers. In addition to culinary exploration, the Concept Store will be used to pilot innovative solutions that will benefit Jamba stores across the system.
“The Jamba Concept Store will allow us to push the boundaries of the brand and enable us to innovate in three key areas: product development, technology and the customer experience,” said James D. White, chairman, president and CEO, Jamba Juice. “The key to capturing today’s consumers is to provide them with unique and memorable retail experiences. The Concept Store’s interactive bar, test kitchen and other innovative elements will be unique to anything customers have experienced in the industry.”
The Jamba Concept Store will be located at 8798 64 East Colorado Boulevard, a high-traffic area in Pasadena’s historic Old Town district. The Grand Opening is set for late January, 2016.
50 different types of cancers. We have challenges with getting treatments to patients. #1 killer in 22 states.
Living with cancer.
Rahul Jandial, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor | Division of Neurosurgery
City of Hope Cancer Center & Beckman Research Institute
For more reading on this topic, click HERE.
AT&T doesn’t advertise this very much, but you can use their online portal to block up to 20 numbers, this may help for some telemarketers solicitors and robo callers, but there are so many telemarketers using spoofing and other techniques that you would need the ability to block hundreds of callers.
If you have AT&T try out the call blocking, by logging into the portal and entering a few of the last calls you want to block, and see how many calls still come in. The way AT&T implements this feature is a failure not only because you are limited to 20 numbers, but because of the way it works. With say your iPhone you receive a call and you want to block the caller, just select it from the recent calls and get details and at the bottom you have the option to block caller. These calls will go right to voice mail.
Set up Call Blocking online
- Log in to myAT&T. Don’t have a myAT&T login? Register today!
- From Home Phone at the top of the page, and select Manage Features.
- From the Call Filtering section, click the arrow next to Call Blocking.
- Select On or Off to set up Call Blocking.
- In the Add Number field, enter up to 20 phone numbers you wish to block. Make sure to include area codes.
- After entering each number, select the Add button to the right.
- Select Save.
Turn Call Blocking on or off from your home phone
Once you’ve created your list of blocked numbers online, you can use your phone to turn on Call Blocking.
Turn On: Press *60#
Turn Off: Press *80#
There are devices which help.
Pasadena Public Input Sought Regarding Police Body Worn Cameras
The Pasadena Police Department is seeking public comment from non-profits entities, community stakeholders and citizens to provide input for consideration in the development of a new policy for body worn cameras to be implemented by the Pasadena Police Department in late 2016.
Input from community stakeholders may include the handling, storage, and retention length of video recordings, when body worn cameras should be activated or de-activated, viewing of recorded media files, public access to videos (Public Records Act), and privacy concerns.
Public comments will be heard during a Special Public Safety Meeting on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 6:30 PM in the City Council Chamber, second floor City Hall, at 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Pasadena, CA.
Please contact Lt. Tracey Ibarra at (626) 744-7875 if you have questions.
TypeOneNation Summit, Los Angeles – March 13, 2016 #JDRF
An educational and networking conference for adults and children with type 1 diabetes (T1D), their families, and the clinical/school community to increase understanding, T1D knowledge, share best practices, and communicate with others in the field about the disease. This event is an all-day informational symposium with a Technology Panel, Living with Diabetes Panel and multiple breakout sessions for individuals, friends and family at all stages and ages of T1D.
Lunch is included
Parking is additional
For more information on the agenda and times please click here https://jdrf.org/la/events/type-one-nation-summit-los-angeles/
Sunday, March 13, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM – Add to Calendar
Pasadena Convention Center – 300 East Green Street Pasadena, CA 91101 – View Map
PWP recently installed a Direct Current Fast Charger for electric vehicles, also known as a Fast Charger, at the Del Mar Boulevard parking structure (260 S. Raymond Avenue), conveniently located next to the Del Mar Gold Line Metro Station.
As the first Fast Charger in Pasadena, drivers can fully charge their electric vehicles in nearly 30 minutes and it’s absolutely free of charge! Traditional chargers generally take 3-6 hours but with the Fast Charger, a commuter can be back on the road in a matter of minutes. Most newer electric vehicles are equipped with the fast charging technology. Installation of the Fast Charger was partially funded by a grant PWP received from the California Energy Commission.
Word is that the free charging will be for one year.
The position of the charger would be ideal to allow one car to charge and another car to wait. It could be a little awkward if more than two cars are waiting to charge. In some regards this is like a fueling station, but the flow of cars should be streamlined. The 30 min charging limit seems a little long and should be reduced to 15 minutes, especially if others are waiting to charge. Perhaps a ticketing system which encourages sharing of the charger.
Two charger connectors are available at this station: CHAdeMO and SAE Combo.
It will be interesting to see where this charger is and how the signage is setup for it. As fast chargers do not require much time, hopefully people will not come and start charging and leave.
The other issue is that DC Fast Chargers seem to fail more frequently than Level 2 chargers so it will be interesting to see how often this charger is working or not. The other chargers in this parking structure are level 2 and they seem to be working for the most part.
Also Whole Foods around the corner/tracks has several level 2 chargers available for free charging.
Very please to see an EV DC fast charger in Pasadena. The signage could be better. I drove around the lot looking and asked the parking attendant who directed me. There where four EVs waiting to charge. At 30 minutes that is a long wait It would be great to see a 15 min limit. In addition better signage would be helpful for those waiting. The way it is now there are spaces for PPD and one EV. No other parking is available. Where do those waiting to charge park? Perhaps there should be 2-3 spaces there for EVS. There are two connectors on the charger and only one space? That doesn’t seem to make sense.
Interesting that of the four EVs waiting to charge, three are Nissan LEAF’s. Basically either because of the poor range and battery capacity loss of the LEAF.
On Thursday, January 28, the Skirball Cultural Center will present FOOD CHAINS, a documentary film followed by an insightful panel discussion.
With more interest in the food industry these days than ever, this documentary directs our attention to the hands that pick it. Narrated by Forest Whitaker, the film focuses on an intrepid group of tomato pickers working to ensure a dignified life for farm workers and a more humane, transparent food chain.
Revealing the human cost in our food supply and the complicity of the supermarket industry, the documentary also offers hope and promise for the triumph of morality over corporate greed. Recipient of the Social Impact Media Awards, SIMA 2015 Special Mention. Executive produced by Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation) and Eva Longoria. Directed by Sanjay Rawal. (2014, 82 min. No MPAA rating.)
A panel discussion between director Sanjay Rawal, Joann Lo (co-director of the Food Chain Workers Alliance), and Jon Esformes (operating partner of Pacific Tomato Growers) follows the screening.
*Arrive early to view the related exhibition! A Path Appears will remain open until 7:30 p.m.
Tickets at the door, or reserve in advance.
LA Cookie Con and Sweets Show is the West Coast’s BIGGEST baking and pastry convention.
February 6 and 7, 2016
Los Angeles Convention Center
For sweet tooths and sugar artists, this is pastry heaven!
Early Bird tickets now onsale for our 2016 convention featuring Ron Ben-Israel, hundreds of sweet samples and unparalleled shopping for bakers/decorators!
Sunday General Admission – SOLD OUT
Saturday VIP – SOLD OUT
Weekend General Admission – SOLD OUT
Grab Saturday General Admission and Sunday VIP while you still can!
As seen on ABC, CBS, NBC, Tastemade, YouTube, LA Weekly, Daily News and more.
Saturday headliner: Ron Ben-Israel
Sunday headliner: Rosanna Pansino
There are a ton of vegan and vegan friendly exhibitors… especially if you like baking & decorating supplies and demos. It’s not the majority of our show but it is well represented.
Thank you to our Platinum Sponsor & Kids Zone Presenting Sponsor Otis Spunkmeyer! (https://www.otisspunkmeyer.com/)
Thank you to our Gold Sponsors:
-Amoretti, The Ultimate Pastry, Savory & Beverage Ingredient Manufacturing Company (https://www.amoretti.com/)
-Formosa Flexible Packaging America, a proud member of the Toyota family (https://www.formosaamerica.com/)
And our Silver Sponsors:
-Jen & Joe’s Cookie Dough (https://www.jenandjoes.com/)
-Kake Kreations (https://www.kakekreations.com/)
-Heilala Vanilla (https://www.heilalavanilla.com/)
-Paasche Airbrush (https://www.paascheairbrush.com/)
-Humboldt Creamery (https://www.humboldtcreamery.com/)
-Divine Specialties: (https://www.divinespecialties.com/)
LA Cookie Con and Sweets Show is produced by AKT Entertainment, LLC. For media, exhibitor, and information inquiries, please use our contact form.
AKT Entertainment, LLC
531-A N. Hollywood Way Burbank, CA 91505
Phone: (818) 495-5732 (Exhibitor and Sponsorship questions only, please)