Month: February 2014

admin February 27, 2014

By Dorothy Denne What with all the new research methods, genealogy research has become very popular. As regular readers of Dorothy’s Place know, I love nostalgia and reminiscing. So, I decided to draw a family tree. I gave up very early on. I couldn’t figure where the devil to put the branches. For example, you […]

admin February 27, 2014

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. and Ambassador of Peru to the United States Harold Forsyth Wednesday signed an agreement to strengthen cultural, economic and academic ties and tackle shared challenges, including climate change. “Today, California and Peru have pledged to work together on issues of mutual concern, including trade, science and initiatives to combat climate […]

admin February 27, 2014

AccuWeather.com reports the second half of this week will feature soaking rain and mountain snow returning to drought-stricken California. Confidence is growing for much of California to soon receive a substantial amount of rain and mountain snow from two storm systems. According to AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Marc Mancuso,” The combination of the two storms have […]

admin February 27, 2014

The following statement was issued Monday by Habib F. Balian, CEO at the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority: “Last week, federal and local officials announced award of a nearly $700 million federal grant for construction of the Regional Connector project in downtown Los Angeles. This was a critical achievement for the county, which […]

admin February 27, 2014

NASA is partnering with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to develop and apply new technology and products to better manage and monitor the state’s water resources and respond to its ongoing drought. In January, Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. declared a drought state of emergency and directed state officials to take all necessary […]

admin February 27, 2014

A Pasadena community benefit soccer tournament from will be held this weekend albeit without David Becham. Despite the lack of celebrity star(s), the tournament will be held 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1 and Sunday, March 2, 2014, at the Villa-Parke Community Center, 363 E. Villa St and will feature the City of […]

admin February 27, 2014

Norooz in Pasadena, a project of Narooz, Inc., a non-secular celebration of the Persian New Year and beginning of Spring, has become a highly-anticipated annual tradition in the San Gabriel Valley. And now, for the eighth year in a row, under the caring hands of Norooz in Pasadena founder Dr. Nazee Rofagha, DC, who maintains […]

admin February 27, 2014

What a little doll! Baby’s a bit shy at first, but warms up once she knows she’s loved. She loves her tummy rubbed and her ears rubbed. At barely 6 months old, this is a great age to adopt two kittens together. If that’s a possibility, we can help you find the right match. Baby […]

admin February 21, 2014

Metrolink becomes first commuter rail system to implement I-ETMSA!X interoperable predictive collision-avoidance technology Senator Dianne Feinstein, Congresswoman Janice Hahn and Congressman Adam Schiff today joined other dignitaries at Los Angeles Union Station as Metrolink launched Positive Train Control (PTC) in revenue service demonstration (RSD) under the authority of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railroad. […]

admin February 21, 2014

Researchers from the cancer nanotechnology and signal transduction and therapeutics programs of UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCC) have developed an innovative technique that can carry chemotherapy safely and release it inside cancer cells when triggered by two-photon laser in the infrared red wave length. Drs. Jeffrey Zink, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, and Fuyu […]