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PanaKids at Jones

PanaKids at Jones

As if you needed an excuse to head to Pasadena’s coolest coffee joint, Jones Coffee Roasters, now you have an altruistic reason. On Sunday, May 22, it’s hosting a fundraiser for the PanaKids Biliteracy Program, the brainchild and Chuck and Mireya Jones’ daughter, Alison Jones Kelly. Kelly is a bilingual/multicultural teacher who began her career [...]

High School Theatre Festival

High School Theatre Festival

It may be true that all the world’s a stage, but if you can dig up just one dollar this Saturday morning, then the stage for you is located at the Pasadena Playhouse. It’s hosting the First Annual High School Theatre Festival, featuring eight local high schools, each performing a musical number from their school’s theatre [...]

Lian at the Libraries

Lian at the Libraries

Fans of author Lian Dolan and her bestselling novel Helen of Pasadena will finally get the chance to hear her speak this week and next at events hosted by the Pasadena and Glendale Public Libraries. A lively and funny speaker, Dolan has become the toast of the town, and many of her previous private events, like those [...]

MOTA Madness

MOTA Madness

This Sunday we’re welcoming back the popular Museums of the Arroyo Day, where five museums located along the Arroyo Seco in Los Angeles and Pasadena open their doors free of charge. MOTA Day, as it is known in some circles, showcases five history-based museums that preserve and perpetuate the diverse mix of art, architecture and [...]

Lights, Camera, Altadena!

Lights, Camera, Altadena!

See those film and catering trucks lining the streets? It’s pilot season once again. Altadena has been the home of many famous film and television locations – from Beverly Hills, 90210 to Curb Your Enthusiam. With the increase in filming in Altadena, a minor glitch has been uncovered: how to keep Altadena “film-friendly?” Unlike neighboring [...]

La Cañada Home Tour

La Cañada Home Tour

Haven’t yet had your fill of touring the most beautiful homes and gardens? Then this Friday, May 6, you can take in the 25th Annual La Cañada High Home Tour, which raises funds for the 7/8 PTA. This year’s tour is comprised of 4 beautiful homes, (we can vouch for the one we’ve visited before) including a 1926 Spanish [...]

Orange You Glad I Didn’t Say Banana?

Orange You Glad I Didn’t Say Banana?

It’s time once again for the annual Orange and Grapefruit sale, brought to you by Altadena Nursery School. Since 1953 ANS families have offered gourmet-quality California navel oranges and Arizona ruby grapefruit, delivered to your door by the schools’ current families. Only days off the tree and priced well below market rates, the citrus is [...]

Bring Joy to Families in Need

Bring Joy to Families in Need

Many of the client families served by Pasadena’s Foothill Family Service struggle on a day-to-day basis to purchase food and necessities, all while bearing the additional strain of overcoming trauma or abuse or facing other mental health challenges. This year, local schools, businesses and community groups are encouraged to host holiday toy drives to support FFS’s  annual Adopt-A-Family program. With [...]

My Child Will Be a Star (or Else!)

My Child Will Be a Star (or Else!)

Join the Pasadena Musical Theatre Company’s 2011 winter  production of My Child Will Be a Star (or Else), directed by Ryan Scott Oliver. “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” “When Ya Got It, Flaunt It,” “Gimme Gimme” and “Forget About the Boy,” are among the songs in the electric review inspired by musicals based upon movies, [...]

Girl Power!

Girl Power!

It may be the dog days of summer, but there are still some wonderful activities available for local girls and teens. Due to the overwhelming popularity of their programs earlier this summer, the Institute for Girls’ Development has added three additional opportunities in August: MIND BODY SPIRIT DANCE! August 9 – 13  The theme is [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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