Ellen Snortland


Stories by Ellen Snortland

Freedom from the past

Although tough at times, it’s been well worth living as a patriot for gender justice

Author Ellen Snortland Date 07/07/2011
Suffrage, madness and creativity

We owe thanks to Charlotte Perkins Gilman for empowering women and enlightening men through her writing.

Author Ellen Snortland Date 06/09/2011
Wrecking the nest

Arboretum is allowing Pasadena Symphony to take over a venue built by CalPhil

Author Ellen Snortland Date 05/05/2011
Community + Commerce

Townloop is one of a handful of new technologies for everyone’s benefit

Author Ellen Snortland Date 04/07/2011
Stand up and fight

Republicans now want to make a woman’s right to choose a capital offense

Author Ellen Snortland Date 03/03/2011
Life is good

… except when you run into drivers who can’t keep their eyes on the road

Author Ellen Snortland Date 02/10/2011
Little indignities

Being called ‘girl’ by a woman is sometimes worse than a man doing it

Author Ellen Snortland Date 01/06/2011
The perils of patriarchy

Two new movies shed light on a dark world

Author Ellen Snortland Date 12/23/2010
Down on the farm

If Altadena can tap its rural roots, other communities can too

Author Ellen Snortland Date 12/09/2010
Bounty of beliefs

Give thanks for those who helped our cornucopia of faiths coalesce

Author Ellen Snortland Date 11/24/2010
Strange brews

An A-to-Z guide of libations for those drunk on power

Author Ellen Snortland Date 11/11/2010
'No Excuses'

No matter how hard the task, every coach knows it can be done

Author Ellen Snortland Date 10/28/2010
Meat, greet, eat

It helps to have a personal relationship with your next meal

Author Ellen Snortland Date 10/14/2010
'Raising Hell'

Consumer Watchdog puts the bite on plans to price people off the Internet

Author Ellen Snortland Date 09/30/2010
A new ERA

an Equal Rights Amendment is long overdue

Author Ellen Snortland Date 09/02/2010