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Arts & Entertainment

Sierra Madre Playhouse’s Off the Page Presents ‘The Realistic Joneses’ in November

Virtual Off the Page, the series of staged readings presented online by Sierra Madre Playhouse, next presents streamed performances of “The Realistic Joneses” by Will Eno. The reading will be accessible online via the streaming service of ShowTix4U on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020 at...

Two New Grant Funding Programs to Benefit Eastern L.A. County Arts Community

“Show Your Creativity” COVID-19 relief grant and public art works funds now available La Plaza de Cultura y Artes’ (La Plaza) Eastside Arts Initiative (EAI) has announced two new granting programs for fall to help support artists and arts organizations serving eastern Los Angeles County. The...

Monrovia Neighborhood Treated to Music at Dusk

By Susan Motander The last thing one would expect in the working-class neighborhood of the 700 block of West Olive Avenue in Monrovia is Chamber Music, but that is what occurred. L.A. Curbside Entertainment gave what they dubbed a “Spooktacular” concert...

Going on ‘The Journey’ From Home

By May S. Ruiz Wouldn’t it be great to travel 5,000 miles and see the breathtaking beauty of Scotland during lockdown? With some modern technology and illusion techniques, we can take in all the magic this land has to...

Scott Silven’s ‘The Journey’ with The Broad Stage Has Been Extended

Promotional photos for Scott Silven’s “The Journey.” | Photo courtesy of The Broad Stage Illusionist, mentalist and performance artist Scott Silven takes his audience on a mesmerizing crossing from their homes to his in rural Scotland in...

Pasadena Tournament of Roses Holds Dia de los Muertos Art Competition

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses has announced its first-ever Dia de los Muertos art competition, a celebration of art. In partnership with Concamin, EWomenMX, Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles and the Roybal Foundation, the Tournament of Roses will award scholarships and gift cards to...

An Expanded Chinese Garden Opens at The Huntington

The Stargazing Tower, one of the new pavilions in the expanded section of the Chinese Garden. The Stargazing Tower offers sweeping views of the lake and garden below and of the 'borrowed landscape' beyond, including the San Gabriel Mountains and Mount Wilson...

Arcadia Library Presents Program on Japanese Artist’s Journey from Kagoshima to WWII Incarceration Camps to Pasadena

The life and legacy of artist J.T. Sata will be the subject of a virtual program at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10, hosted by the Arcadia Public Library, in partnership with the Japanese American National Museum. The program, “J.T. Sata: A Japanese Immigrant...

City of Monrovia Presents Halloween Happenings

TheCity of Monrovia is excited to present Halloween Happenings throughout the month of October. Whether a little ghost or full-grown goblin, there’s something fantastic for all this Halloween. Registrations are required for all programs and fees may apply. Sign-up for the programs by...

Monrovia Association of Fine Arts Celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival

The Monrovia Association of Fine Arts, along with the City of Monrovia, will distribute free paper lantern kits for children on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at Lucinda Garcia Park (502 W. Olive Ave.) from 1-4 p.m. to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. In many Asian cultures,...
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