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Girl Power: A Theme that Brings Freedoms that are Well Earned, and Well Deserved

Various political movements over the past couple of years have all had one thing in common: Girl Power. Women in the United States have been fighting for equal rights since the Seneca Falls Convention of July 1848 that was organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and…

Celebrate the Season with a Los Altos Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Fall Fundraising Centerpiece Co-chairs, Connie Sutherland and Jennifer Herzer (L to R) with a centerpiece. Members of Los Altos Auxiliary are creating…

After 85 Years in Business, Pasadena Rug Mart Will Close its Doors in July

One of Pasadena’s oldest and renowned family owned rug stores –the Pasadena Rug Mart–will close its doors on July 30 after 85 years in business.…

Pasadena You Should Visit Antique Shops

Out with the old, in with the … old? Pasadena is a prime location for historic furniture and collectible items. From craftsman…

Being a Dad Rocks! Salute Your Favorite Rock Star on His Day

Father’s Day is coming up, and you’re stumped, because he seems to have everything. Well, he might, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t something out…

Flowers for Mom

Celebrate Mom with flowers this Mother’s Day. The gift of flowers never goes wrong and, while individual preferences vary, these are the…

Saje Natural Wellness Comes to Pasadena

Embrace natural healing with Saje Natural Wellness. This Canadian retail store provides 100% plant-derived and natural essential oils and base ingredient product solutions. They stock…

Flowers “Made in the USA” – Why Some People Care

Only about 20 percent of all cut flowers sold in the United States are actually grown in the country, according to the…

Shopping 101: The Baby Shower

Baby showers are a time for celebrating new life coming into the world. Make it easy on the parents to be by gifting them items…

Tightly Knit Community of Crafters Gather at Wollhaus

Images: Wollhaus Join a community of crafters at Pasadena’s only dedicated yarn and craft store, Wollhaus. Partners, Ulli Schober and Kathi Snodgrass, opened the store in Fall 2016 in the former location of Abuelita’s Knitting and Needlepoint. Wollhaus focuses on knitting, crocheting and community. “I want a place that’s very open and inviting with workshops and open social knitting,” said Snodgrass. Wollhaus is known for their selection of premium yarns including natural and organic yarns, cotton, wool and linen. Snodgrass and Schober aim to create a welcoming environment where crafters can explore yarns and knit together. “Craft is a good…

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