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Dive-in to a Movie

Dive-in to a Movie

Looking for  a fun, free way to beat the heat this summer? Take a dip in the pool with your family while watching a lighthearted, (PG-rated) film on the big-screen projector at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center’s Dive-In Movie Night. Despicable Me will be the perfect complement to some nighttime swimming (in the shallow end, [...]

Cleaning & Conserving the Arroyo

Cleaning & Conserving the Arroyo

Add a little do-gooding to your  morning stroll by participating in an Arroyo Seco Summer Clean Up. The Arroyo Seco stream is a primary contributor to Pasadena’s water supply, not to mention a place of beauty where thousands of us walk, jog, ride, bird-watch and practice fly-fishing and archery. The Arroyo Seco Foundation is hosting [...]

A One-Way Trip to Healthy Skin

A One-Way Trip to Healthy Skin

The summer sunshine is lovely and there’s nothing like a good, long nap while working on a tan, but let’s be realistic: frequent exposure to the sun’s rays without proper precautions can lead to serious skin damage. The thing about skin cancer is that it’s quietly subversive, just waiting for the right, and usually most [...]

Rose Bowl Swim Team’s Olympic Honor

Rose Bowl Swim Team’s Olympic Honor

Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Aquatics Center Swim Team recently ventured to Colorado Springs, CO for an epic week of workouts at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. During the trip, the sprightly swimmers aged 13 and up enjoyed one-on-one sessions with acclaimed sports physiologist and swimming scientist Dr. Genadijus Sokolovas, simply known to his pupils as “Dr. G.” [...]

Backpacks for Brighter Futures

Backpacks for Brighter Futures

With the school year quickly approaching, notebooks, crayons and pencils are in high demand. We all know how necessary these items are for kids to do their schoolwork, but all too often, the flailing economy and unstable living situations rob children from the thrill of this most basic ritual of a good education: back-to-school shopping. [...]

The Happy-Absurd Meets the Sublime

The Happy-Absurd Meets the Sublime

Intimate Opera Pasadena’s Summer Young Artist Program presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s Trial by Jury and Puccini’s Suor Angelica preformed by a cast of emerging artists aged 16 to 28. The dual productions organized by IOP artistic director Stephanie Vlahos and funded by the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts will juxtapose the simple divinity and [...]

Meriel Stern at One Colorado

Meriel Stern at One Colorado

Join The Armory Center for the Arts and Old Town hotspot One Colorado for a celebration of local artist Meriel Stern and her new position as artist-in-residence at the Artist Studio at One Colorado. From June 28th through September 25th, the studio will display Stern’s work, entitled Shelf Life, which focuses primarily on stages of [...]

Little Kids, Big Accomplishment!

Little Kids, Big Accomplishment!

Last month, Pasadena’s very own Cottage Co-op Nursery School celebrated its partnership with Whole Foods Market in proper youngster fashion. The creative Co-op tots (and their lovely teachers) gathered at the Arroyo Parkway market’s community room to unveil a colorful door mosaic, which will permanently reside in the store as a token of friendship and [...]

Gooden Open House Saturday, January 11

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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