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Plaza Las Fuentes, Pasadena

Plaza Las Fuentes, located just east of City Hall, is one of the more under-appreciated works of architecture in Pasadena. Although Plaza Las Fuentes’s 8-story 360-room hotel and adjacent office tower are two of the taller and more massive buildings in the city, they slip into the Civic Center quietly with a comfortable grace. 460 more words


"Before we left a little church called Brown Chapel AME, we knelt and prayed together."

Charles Moore (1931-2010), , 1965 (169.1991)

On Sunday morning, March 7, 1965, a march for voting rights from Selma to Montgomery began at the Brown Chapel… 180 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

Once upon a time, Chapter 1

Once upon a time, Jane and I took a trip to Sea Ranch , rented Charles Moore’s famous condo for two nights:

and discovered the supergraphics at the swim club: 70 more words


let's talk trash

Ideas and actions to save the sea from plastics: I reclycle my laundry detergent packages into vases for flowers and aromatic herbs for my kitchen and my friends kitchens. 325 more words


'We particularly want to hear from the Conservatives in the audience’: Inside BBC’s Question Time

Sarah Walker gives her first hand account of being an invited audience member on the BBC’s flagship debate show “Question Time in Norwich.”

A curious evening on Thursday in which I made myself look as respectable and unthreatening as I can to go into the audience of BBC Question Time. 4,989 more words


Armed Forces Day Parade or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

This is being written with my apologies to the movie “Dr. Strangelove…” but I just could not think of a better title. I was born and raised in Plattsburgh, New York, which is in the upper extreme right-hand corner of the state. 1,128 more words