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Rain or Shine Visit the Farmer’s Market

Pasadena Certified Farmers Market, located at Victory Park in the 2900 block of North Sierra Madre Blvd., continues its Saturday farmer’s market which the City’s Department of Human Services and Recreation started about 35 years ago. The farmer’s market started at Villa Parke Center in…

Crown Lengthening: What is it, and How Can it Help You?

If you have a cavity that extends below the gum, or a busted tooth that is broken all the way down, does…

Six Things that Really Stain Your Teeth

What are the six worst culprits for causing stains on your teeth? Let’s take a look and find out what’s the best way to get…

Title 24: What is it and Why Does it Matter to You?

You may never have heard of it, but it is something you should know about. Why? Because you will have to comply…

“Feel at Home” at the Kensington

The Kensington Sierra Madre, an assisted living and memory care residence that serves the San Gabriel Valley, recently celebrated its fourth , visitors were able…

Treat Yourself for Making it Through the Week with a Lunch at Edwin Mills

What if there was a restaurant that offered a delicious lunch and a drink all for $12.00? Impossible, right? Not so because…

How to Rid Yourself of Rodents

Nothing’s worse than finding yourself with rodent problems. Saying that, finding a sign that these pests are in your home is one of the few…

How Can Your Junk Tell you What Kind of Cat to Get?

If you’re trying to pick the right cat for your home, you might want to start by looking at the type of…

Don’t Forget About the Transmission Fluid

There are several vital fluids in your car that need constant monitoring and scheduled changes throughout the year. One of those is the transmission fluid,…

Halibut Some Fish for Dinner?

Halibut, with its mild taste that melts in your mouth like butter, is a fish that’s hard not to love. Coming down from the cold waters of Alaska, this fish has some unique characteristics that make it one of the most interesting fish you can eat. Let’s find out a little more about halibut. When halibut are born, they have one eye on each side of their heads – just like any other type of fish. However, at around five weeks old, one eyes moves over to the other side, resulting in a fish with two eyes on one side.…

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