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Parking Meters Aren't Going to Fix Homelessness

It’s an eye-catching way to raise money and awareness about homelessness: 14 parking meters around Pasadena, Calif., all converted to collect change for those living on the streets. 478 more words

New California Law Strengthens Consumers’ Right to Post Online Reviews

Earlier this month, California became the first state to pass legislation that further protects a consumer’s right to post a truthful review online. AB-2365, authored by State Assemblyman John A. 458 more words

First Amendment

SCV Book Signing for Authors Katie Jennings & A.R. Meyering

We had such a blast on Saturday at our joint book signing at The Open Book in Valencia. Thank you to everyone who came by to support us and say hello, we loved seeing you all and hope you had as much fun as we did! 304 more words

Book Stuff

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Transformation of historic Constance Hotel creates new downtown Pasadena destination

Just opened, dusitD2 constance pasadena brings a fresh approach to one of Pasadena, California’s most recognisable historic buildings. 494 more words

Press Releases


This weekend Music Man and I had the rare privilege of going to a Hollywood party (i.e.: fancy gathering of people who work in Hollywood).  This time it wasn’t just for a Wrap party (a party to conclude the end of a television season.   618 more words

Music Man

California DMV Begins Issuing Testing Permits For Self-Driving Cars

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Computer-driven cars have been testing their skills on California roads for more than four years — but until now, the Department of Motor Vehicles wasn’t sure just how many were rolling around. 530 more words