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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Arts & Entertainment

Spring nature camp at the Los Angeles County Arboretum

Artists, explorers, scientists and adventurers have always been fascinated and inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Come take a magical journey exploring our gardens this spring as we look closely at many of nature’s treasures. Along the way we’ll gain an appreciation...

Thousands march in annual Camellia Festival Parade

From its humble beginnings 69 years ago with a handful of people tossing camellia blossoms to bystanders along Las Tunas Drive, the annual Camellia festival now sees over 5,000 children and many more adults in its parade last Saturday morning. While there were far...

Fresh wedding designs emerge from the Foothills

Namesake of “Madeline Drive: Lasercut Wedding Invitations and Special Occasion Items,” this quiet residential street is tucked into the northeast canyonesque corner of Monrovia, a short block away from Bradbury. It is the home of local entrepreneur Amanda Schluter, an architecture graduate from the...

Spring ArtNight Pasadena 2013 features 11 exciting venues – March 8

Come celebrate Pasadena’s creative, artistic community as ArtNight Pasadena returns from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Friday, March 8, with free admission to 11 exciting arts and cultural venues throughout Pasadena. This four-hour cultural extravaganza offers a wide array of dance, music, visual arts and...

21st Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival Filmmaker’s Award Brunch

18-year Sierra Madre resident, Djibril N’Doye, Fine Artist, was presented with the Featured Artist Award at the 21st Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival Filmmaker’s Award Brunch on Monday, February 18, 2013 at the “pop up” PAFF Filmmakers Lounge, located in the Baldwin...

Topanga Canyon and Inn of the Seventh Ray

Most established restaurants have a taste of good food, ambiance and location. And some, like the Inn of the Seventh Ray, have large portions of all three, and a memorable name to boot. Let’s start with the location. The Seventh Ray is located in Topanga...

Marching bands selected for 2014 Rose Parade

Pasadena Tournament of Roses® President R. Scott Jenkins has announced 18 of the 20 marching bands that will participate in the 125th Rose Parade® presented by Honda, themed “Dreams Come True.” They hail from all across the United States – including Alaska and Hawaii...

They shoot horses, don’t they?

Annual photo day this Friday Santa Anita Park has announced that it will host its sixth Photo Day this Friday, Feb. 22, with registration to begin at 7:30 a.m. at Clockers’ Corner, located at the top of the stretch. Photo Day will include tram tours of...

Popular Local Jazz Club and Restaurant Closing

redwhite+bluezz leaves Old Town on a high note The Beat Goes On With New Ownership, Location Following a successful seven year run at the corner of Raymond and Green, redwhite+bluezz, Old Pasadena’s premiere destination for live jazz, fine wine and cutting edge American cuisine, will close...

South Pasadena resident Hector Rodriguez directs: ‘I don’t have to show you no stinking badges’

“I Don’t Have To Show You No Stinking Badges” received its World Premiere in 1986 at the Los Angeles Theatre Center. Subsequent productions of the play have been mounted at: San Diego Repertory in 1987; the Burt Reynolds Jupiter Theatre in Florida in 1988;...
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