Discover Paseo Colorado In Pasadena CaliforniaWritten by David G. Hallstrom, Sr.
Just a few short blocks from famous Old Town Pasadena, California is urban village of Paseo Colorado, a self contained residential apartment complex and shopping mall. According to Paseo Colorado's web site paseocoloradopasadena.com this development is "One of largest concepts of its kind in country, Paseo Colorado is an urban village featuring a unique collection of retail stores, fine and casual dining, luxury apartment homes, and garden promenades that restore vital links to historic core of Pasadena’s Civic Center and Old Pasadena."
"Paseo Colorado features Mediterranean architecture, heavily landscaped pedestrian promenades, courtyards, towers and terraces. The property features a variety of artistic detail from well-known and respected artists, including a fountain featuring hand-made custom-glazed ceramic tile created by artist Anne Marie Karlsen, a second fountain embellished with an Italian glass mosaic by artist Margaret Nielsen, and intricate iron grills and rails created by artist Michael Amescua." There are 391 luxury residential apartments and lofts, an upscale Gelson's Supermarket, a Macy's Department Store, over sixty five specialty and botique shops, including Coach, Ann Taylor, Tony Bahama, Hugo Boss, Bombay Company and Sam Goody, a Pacific Theatre with fourteen screens, seventeen (17) dining establishments, a fitness club, a day spa and much more.
Las Vegas - World Series of Poker (WSOP) UpdateWritten by Eric Madsen
Who Will Be The Top Dog at WSOP? That is question on everyone's mind as 2005 World Series of Poker enters its third round with only 272 top poker players remaining.
Of over 5600 entrants who entered esteemed Las Vegas held tournament at a buy-in of $10 000 each, most walked away with nothing as only last 560 players qualify for cash prizes.
However, for those players whose luck and skill saw them survive first four gruelling days, big prize is still very much on horizon as they continue to battle it out in no-limit Texas Hold 'em poker.
Their objective is a common one - to make to final table of nine players and beat out opposition to walk away winner of 2005 tournament and $7.5 million richer.