Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Heartbeat City Saturday July 26th 7:00 PM in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park

 

HEARTBEAT
CITY.. a Tribute to.. the CARS

 

The Cars arrived on the
music scene in the late 70's (around '78/'79) and quickly changed the style of
the hit music of that period. They led the way into the new sound of the 80's
music era. They continued to be a prominent force into the late 80's and were a
fixture on the radio as well as MTV. Along the way they sold millions of albums
and had 30 hit singles to their credit. There weren't many bands more
successful at the time. Their music was fresh, upbeat, and fun... and it was
Rock & Roll! You'd have a hard time finding anyone who doesn't like the
Cars!... Their music still gets regular radio airplay and their You Tube videos
continue to get millions of hits. There is still a huge audience for the music of
the Cars.

Named for one of the
Cars biggest selling albums, Heartbeat City faithfully re-creates the look and
sound of the Cars. They dress in the period-correct 80's style of the Cars and,
being accomplished musicians, their sound is amazingly close to the real thing!
Seeing Heartbeat City is as close as you can come to seeing an 80's Cars
concert.

The members of Heartbeat
City have come together from a few different well-known national level Tribute
acts, as well as some pretty famous 80's recording acts... On the Tribute
scene, various members have worked with Hotel California - a Salute to the
Eagles, Wild Child - a Tribute to the Doors, Belladonna - a Tribute to Stevie
Nicks/Fleetwood Mac, Get Back with the cast of Beatlemania (featuring members
from the Broadway cast and movie), Blue Order - a Tribute to New Order, and
many more.

On the recording front,
members have come from 80's recording acts like Mastedon (former Kansas
members), Berlin, Survivor, and have recorded on the 80's classic movie
soundtrack St. Elmo's Fire along with many other movie soundtracks and film
& television placements... plus they have worked with dozens of other
recording acts too numerous to list. This band has a solid background in the
music business!

Because of the past
history of Heartbeat City's members, you can always expect to see a high
quality, professional show. This band is quickly becoming a favorite in venues all across the Country. Why not see for
yourself?... LET THE GOODTIMES ROLL!

Friday, July 18, 2014

Nanette and her Hotsy Totsy Boys Saturday July 19th at 7:00 PM in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park







Hotsy Totsy is a Roaring '20s Revue. The audience becomes part of
the show! The band invites you to swoon, sing along, and laugh with a
cabaret-style show. Nannette and her musicians have performed at jazz clubs,
jazz festivals and special events throughout Southern California. They put on
an entertaining show from the era of the speakeasy! This is freewheeling jazz
from the Great Gatsby jazz age.


 


All of the musicians perform independently with other groups:
including: rock, polka oom-pah, big band, swing, modern jazz, traditional jazz,
wedding music, and classical orchestral music.


 


Current personnel: Chanteuse: Nannette, Trumpet: Tom Loeb,
Trombone: Mike Stubbs, Reeds: Gary Goodwin, Banjo: Dave Mickelson, Bass:
Spencer Baldwin, Drums: Ray Pedroza.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Whiskey Hayride July 12th 7:00 PM The Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park







WHISKEY HAYRIDE


COUNTRY and CLASSIC ROCK


 


Whiskey Hayride is a
top-notch country and classic rock band known for impressive instrumental
skills and superb vocal harmonies. The careers of its members intertwine over
years and decades, and although Whiskey Hayride was formed only recently in
2013, the band has already played a number of high-profile events and venues,
including the world premiere of the Trace Adkins movie, "The
Virginian."


 


As a group, Whiskey
Hayride’s players offer a long list of collective credits, having performed
with or opened for many well-known artists. Various Whiskey players have also
been involved in a litany of local and road bands including Daze of Blue,
Riders of the Purple Sage, Sedona, Red Simpson, The Showmen, Big Jay McNeely,
Blades of Grass, Live Oak, Spectrum, Bonita Shortline, Northern Lights, and
Squeeze Play.


 


Like the others in the
group, Whiskey Hayride founder Mike Johnson (guitar and vocals) has played
music most of his life. Musical cohort Bill Stapley (bass and vocals) is a
seasoned road musician who won several coveted awards while earning his degree
at Cerritos College. Steve Learned (guitar and vocals) has played hundreds of
venues and worked with many well-known artists including Bill Medley. Steve
Swartout (drums) has performed across the US and on USO tours abroad, and
contributed to several film projects including 7th Heaven and Relative
Strangers. Mike Pelzman (keyboards and vocals) was formerly a keyboardist at
Saddleback Church and has played all over the world and accompanied many
well-known artists.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

ALD 7 Fireworks Advisory!







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Hi Robert Klomburg,
The Altadena Sheriff’s Station reminds all residents and visitors that
the best way to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday with family and
friends is by attending professional fireworks shows such as Americafest
at the Pasadena Rose Bowl stadium.


The sale or possession of all fireworks is illegal in Altadena.
Violators are subject to confiscation and impound of vehicles; up to one
year in jail and fines up to $50,000. Call Altadena Sheriff’s at (626)
798-1131 to report illegal fireworks.


The Los Angeles County Fire Department wants to remind everyone that
the use of fireworks not only causes fires, but results in severe
injuries and burns.


Altadena Sheriff’s Captain Christopher Reed urges everyone to make safety
a priority on July 4th.


Even sparklers, which many people consider safe, can reach 1,200
degrees Fahrenheit, causing serious burns and starting fires. Adults
normally don’t allow their children to get near anything that hot, but
for some reason they think it’s acceptable to put sparklers in the hands
of little ones on the Fourth of July.


Statistics show fireworks are among the most risky of consumer
products. Nearly 10,00 fireworks-related injuries are treated in U.S.
hospital emergency rooms every year and two of five people injured by
fireworks are under 15 years old. The most current statistics from the
National Fire Protection Association show that in 2009 more than nine out
of 10, or 92 percent, of all fireworks-related injuries treated in
hospitals were caused by fireworks that are allowed for consumer use by
federal or state regulations.


Parents are liable for any damage or injuries caused by their children
using fireworks.


For more information visit the web site of the Los Angeles County Fire
Department at http://www.fire.lacounty.gov/


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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

ALD 7 Crrime Blotter for June 22nd







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Sunday, June 22nd


2:26 PM – Dierdra Duncan, 48 yrs, was arrested for receiving stolen
property.


9:10 PM – Sergio Huezo, 35 yrs, of Altadena was arrested for drunk in
public.


11:23 PM – Rafael Dalesandro, 49 yrs, of Gardena was arrested for
possession of a controlled substance.


11:46 PM – A commercial vandalism occurred at Webster’s Liquor, 2450
N. Lake Av.


Monday, June 23rd


Between 11:15 AM and 12:30 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred at 24Hr.
Fitness, 2180 Lincoln Av.  Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by
shattering the rear passenger window.  Loss:  black purse,
white Samsung cell phone, personal documents.


Wednesday, June 25th


5:00 PM – A petty theft occurred in the 500-blk of Marigold St. 
Loss:  passport, social security card, birth certificate.


Thursday, June 26th


5:13 PM – Charlene Wells, 37 yrs was arrested for receiving stolen
property.


Between 5:30 PM and 5:15 AM (Friday) – A petty theft from an unlocked
vehicle occurred in the 2000-blk of Beverly Dr.  Loss:  Garmin
GPS, blue iPod, radio, brown wallet.


Between 5:30 PM and 7:00 AM (Friday) – A commercial burglary occurred
in the 10-blk of W. Pine St.  Loss:  black/yellow Dewalt saw,
red Milwaukee saw.


11:36 PM – Floyd Griffin, 62 yrs, of Pasadena was arrested for public
intoxication.


Friday, June 27th


Between 8:30 PM and 6:00 AM – A commercial burglary occurred at Fair
Oaks Burger, 2560 Fair Oaks.  Suspect(s) entered the location by
shattering the glass door.  Loss:  gray metal box.


11:50 PM – Robert Montanez, 27 yrs, of Altadena was arrested for
public intoxication.


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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Scene Investigator's Camp Second edition


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Community: Altadena Sheriff's Station Crime Scene Investigator's Camp for Teens - August 4 through August 8, 2014, 8:00AM - 12:00 PM
 
ALTADENA SHERIFF'S STATION CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATORS CAMP FOR TEENS - August 4 through August, 8, between 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
There is still time to sign up!!!

Did you ever want to know what it is like to solve a crime as a real crime scene investigator (CSI)? Well now young people with an interest in crime scene investigations are invited to learn about the field from deputies this summer as the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Altadena Station Crime Scene Investigation Camp.

The 5-day day camp for kids 11 to 16 years of age is scheduled for 8 AM to 12 PM, August 4 through August 8, in the Davies Building at Charles S. Farnsworth Park, 568 Mt. Curve Ave., Altadena. The cost is $75.

Participants will have hands-on involvement in a realistic crime scene investigation that might surprise them on how different it might be from the television shows. Participants will also be exposed to other Sheriff's Department programs, such as the teen Explorer program.

Participants will learn investigative procedures and strategies at a simulated crime scene. They will examine fingerprints, question witnesses, and work with polygraph tests under the supervision of station deputies.

Los Angeles County District Attorney’s officials will be on-scene to teach participants about evidence and obtaining arrest warrants,
Spots are limited and filling up fast. For more information, contact Deputy Scott Rule during regular business hours at (626) 798-2117, or email sarule@lasd.org.
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Friday, June 27, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for June 15th







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Sunday, June 15th


Between 8:00 PM and 9:15 AM - A vehicle vandalism occurred in the
200-blk of Ventura St.  ***Suspect Identified***


11:36 PM – Frank Au, 35 yrs of Los Angeles and Elizabeth Linares, 22
yrs, of Los Angeles were arrested for possession of a controlled substance.


Monday, June 16th


12:50 AM – Christopher Smith, 58 yrs, of Pasadena was arrested for
being under the influence of a controlled substance.


1:30 AM – A vehicle burglary occurred at 24Hr. Fitness, 2180 Lincoln
Av.  Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by shattering the passenger side
window.  Loss:  black MacPro, black purse.


10:48 PM – Jeremy Montanez, 25 yrs, of Altadena was arrested for
public intoxication.


Tuesday, June 17th


Between 4:00 PM and 3:00 PM (Wednesday) – A vandalism occurred at
Church of Christ, 1727 Kinneloa Canyon Rd.


11:52 PM – Richard Love, 59 yrs, of Pasadena was arrested for public
intoxication.


Thursday, June 19th


Between 9:30 PM and 3:00 AM (Friday) – A vehicle burglary occurred in
the 3300-blk of N. Lake Av.   Suspect(s) entered the vehicle
via unknown means.  Loss:  black coffee pot, files.


Friday, June 20th


Between 4:15 PM and 4:25 PM – A grand theft from an unlocked vehicle
occurred at Juniors Market, 3061 Lincoln Av.  Loss:  gray
MacBook, gray iPhone 4, notebook.


7:22 PM – Arturo Sahagun, 25 yrs, of Altadena was arrested for being
under the influence of a controlled substance.


Saturday, June 21st


7:26 PM – Georgio Kelly, 32 yrs, of Pasadena was arrested for
receiving stolen property and possession of burglary tools.


11:48 PM – Sergio Huezo, 35 yrs, of Altadena was arrested for public
intoxication.


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Monday, June 23, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for June 8th







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Sunday, June 8th


2:00 PM – A battery occurred at Hathaway Scyamores, 2900-blk of El.
Nido Dr.  ***Subjects Identified***


Monday, June 9th


3:57 PM – Ramon Hernandez, 33 yrs, of Altadena was arrested for being
under the influence of a controlled substance.


Tuesday, June 10th


12:50 PM – A domestic violence incident occurred in the 400-blk of W.
Terrace St.


Between 1:45 PM and 6:30 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the
3500-blk of Glenrose Av.


Wednesday, June 11th


9:00 AM – Hector Treto, 33 yrs, of Pasadena and Damien Garnica, 33
yrs, of Altadena were arrested for possession of a controlled substance.


Between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM – A battery occurred in the 200-blk of E.
Marathon Rd.  ***Suspect taken into custody***


Thursday, June 12th


12:43 PM – Gloria Horaitis, 57 yrs, of Pasadena was arrested for
receiving stolen property.


Between 7:30 PM and 7:30 AM (Friday) – A petty theft from an unlocked
vehicle occurred in the 2100-blk of Sinaloa Av.  Loss:  red
Kodak digital camera.


Between 10:00 PM and 1:00 AM (Friday) – A petty theft from an unlocked
vehicle occurred in the 2000-blk of Lewis Av.  Loss:  gold
purse, leather wallet, personal documents.


11:25 PM – A domestic violence incident occurred in the 300-blk E.
Calaveras St.


Friday, June 13th


8:08 PM – A shoplifting incident occurred at All-Star Liquor, 2421
Lincoln Av.  Suspect described as a male, Black, 40-45 yrs, black
hair.  Loss:  bottles of wine.


Saturday, June 14th


11:05 AM – A battery occurred in the 400-blk of Stonehurst Dr. 
***Suspect Identified***


Between 3:00 PM and 7:00 AM (Monday) – A commercial burglary occurred
at Crown City Management, 2589 Washington Blvd.  Suspect(s) entered
the location by shattering the window.  Loss: silver MacBook, white
Lenovo laptop.


3:05 PM – A residential vandalism occurred in the 2400-blk of Grandeur
Av.


7:17 PM – A domestic violence incident occurred in the 3500-blk of
Gidding Ranch Rd.


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Thursday, June 19, 2014

18th Annual Summer Concert Series Opens July 5th in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park

 
 
Director Pat Emmett on Trombone
 
 

Down Beat Express

 

Big Band

 

Directed by Pat Emmett

 

Featuring

Vocalist

JENNIFER GATES

For this July 4th weekend, the band and Jennifer will perform a mix of patriotic music and standards with tributes to our favorite cities.

Altadena's own Jennifer Gates will sing the danceable hits of Frank Sinatra, Nat Cole, Ella Fitzgerald and several others. All in all, a night of dance music and "standards" from "The Great American Song Book"!

Jennifer will be accompanied by Altadena’s own Down Beat Express a seventeen piece big band performing their own arrangements of swing era standards and truly “blasts from the past” big band hits. Pat Emmett is the music director. 
 
So join us and celebrate our Nation’s 238th Birthday and "let's Dance"!

patrick.emmett168@gmail.com

Each year, the Summer Concert Series has been made possible by the generous support of our Sponsors. This year SSGA welcomes back a major sponsor, Warner Bros. Entertainment.

Additional major sponsors include Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, Rotary Club of Altadena, Monte Cedro,, El Patron Mexican Food Restaurant, All American Audio Visual, our own home town news source, www.altadenapoint.com, Walmart, Linda Seyffert & Assocites, The Printworks and, Georgia Rutherford in memory of Don Rutherford. The Altadena Sheriff’s Station and Farnsworth Park are both hosting once again this year.

 

Monday, June 16, 2014

ALD 7 Receives a new Captain June 22nd.







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Advisory: Altadena Sheriff Captain John
Benedict leaving for new assignment, and Captain Christopher Reed to
assume command.



 
Altadena Sheriff's Station will be changing captains
effective Sunday, June 22nd, 2014. Captain John Benedict, who has been
the station commander since April 1, 2012 will be transferring to the
Twin Towers Correctional Facility as the new commander. http://shq.lasdnews.net/pages/tgen1.aspx?id=TTC




Twin Towers Correctional Facility, built on 10 acres of land with buildings
that contain just under 1.5 million square feet, consists of two jail
towers, a medical services building, and the offsite Los Angeles County
Medical Center Jail Ward. It is considered the worlds largest jail.
Captain Benedict will oversee a staff of over 850 Sheriff's personnel.



Captain Christopher Reed, a 27 year veteran of the Sheriff's Department
will be leaving the Civil Management Unit, Court Services Division which
is responsible for all civil law enforcement operations throughout the
County, including serving legal process and performing court ordered
evictions and seizures.



Captain Reed began his career with the Sheriff’s Department in 1987 as a
professional staff member assigned to Temple Station. After graduating
from the Sheriff’s Training Academy as a Deputy Sheriff in 1989, he was
assigned to the Pitchess Detention Center, Ranch Facility and Temple
Station. Captain Reed was promoted to Sergeant in 2000, and was assigned
to the Crescenta Valley Station. After being promoted to Lieutenant in
2004, Captain Reed was assigned to Pico Rivera Station, Court Services
Central Bureau, Court Services West Bureau, and the Civil Management
Unit.



Captain Reed will be introduced to the community by Captain Benedict at
the up coming Altadena Town Council Meeting on Tuesday, June 17th, 2014,
at 7:00PM, at the Altadena Community Center.
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