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Stater Bros. Reduces Store Hours

The Coronavirus scare has driven millions into the nation’s stores, causing a mass panic buy of goods that has left many store shelves bare or well beneath capacity. As the vice president of corporate affairs for Stater Bros. supermarkets, Nancy Negrette has had to contend…

Altadena Artists Band Together to Offer Seasonal Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Boutique

Pop-up boutiques are all the rage. Many big companies use them to attract wide attention for a limited time by selling unique…

How to Layer Yourself in Style(s) and Warmth

Suddenly, winter has arrived with chilly days and downright cold nights, even rain. Here’s a versatile and warm wrap which works inside and outdoors and…

Made in Pasadena Gift Guide

‘Tis the season for gratitude and gifting. Pasadena is an ideal holiday shopping spot, between the region’s mix of major brand retailers,…

Celebrate the Spirit of the Holiday Season: Shop with AmazonSmile

The start of November means the the official start of the holiday shopping season! According to the National Retail Federation, consumers intend to spend an…

The International Gem and Jewelry Show Coming Back to Pasadena

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and you can find lots of those and other jewels at this year’s International Gem and…

Trends in Business Telecommunications Make Life Easier, and Quite Often Cheaper

With the world of technology growing each day, our methods of communication have never been more varied. Yes, Unified Communication (UC) is here. Phone, email,…

Tie Dye: The Trend Without End Trending Higher Again

Do you know where tie-dye originates from? The colorful Japanese technique has been around for centuries, entering modern world wardrobes in the…

Fashion Mamas Mama Market Comes to One Colorado

Being a mom is a tough job. But being a working mom, in the fashion industry? Well, that requires some serious dedication. A number of…

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 beautiful handcrafted floral centerpieces, which are available for purchase this Thanksgiving holiday. All proceeds from the centerpiece sales benefit the boys, ages 6-18, who reside at the Hathaway-Sycamores’ residential treatment facility in Altadena. “Our popular Thanksgiving Centerpieces are a wonderful way to support the children served by Hathaway-Sycamores,” said Jennifer Herzer, who is co-chair of the fundraiser, along with Connie Sutherland. “Each centerpiece is delivered to your door just in time for the holiday, is handcrafted with the…

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