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Outlaws, the Queen Mary & Mi Amor

Outlaws, the Queen Mary & Mi Amor
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On November 29, three local authors with vastly different stories to tell will participate in Vroman’s local author series. It’s 1957 and Dave Wooders is 16 years old about to step onto the Queen Mary and begin work as a bellboy. Storms at sea, famous passengers, dating onboard, and shenanigans during shore leave—in Adventures on […]

The Carol Bus

The Carol Bus

The carolers come a caroling… by bus. It may not be an open sleigh, but the L. A. Master Chorale has decked out red, double-decker bus in holiday finery and is popping up in areas around the southland. On Saturday, November 28, the LAMC’s carol bus will pop up at Mercantile Place and One Colorado […]

Black Friday at Elisa B.

Black Friday at Elisa B.

Can’t wait to start shopping? Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, and even Sunday, November 29, have the “Shops on Holly” hopping. We’re told Elisa B. is going “all out for her first holiday season as a part of the shops on Holly seasonal event.” BLACK FRIDAY Shop 10 a.m.–9 p.m. Pop in between 2 […]

State of Mulch 2

State of Mulch 2

“In consideration of the coming El Niño, which may bring huge amounts of water to us or even in imagining the years of drought we are likely facing in the future, there are no greater actions we can take than to contour the land to capture water and to use mulch to help cleanse, augment […]

Kathleen Swaydan Opens Her Studio – the 5th Annual

Kathleen Swaydan Opens Her Studio – the 5th Annual

For the 5th year, Kathleen Swaydan opens her lovely studio space, having invited her artist friends to exhibit and sell their work, and welcoming the public to come, browse, and perhaps find a perfect holiday gift or two or three. On December 5 and 6, Kathleen exhibits her watercolors alongside painters Nancy Halpin, Richard Davies, […]

200 Batchelder Tiles Find a New Home

200 Batchelder Tiles Find a New Home

The folks at Pasadena Museum of History are pretty happy, maybe even giddy and gleeful, thanks to architectural historian Robert Winter, Ph.D., who’s donated to the museum part of his personal collection and accompanying archives. From PMH… The donation includes over 200 Batchelder tiles made between the years 1910 and the early 1930s, including tiles […]

Seeing “Pictures”

Seeing “Pictures”

As a painter and assemblage artist, Pasadena resident Kate Carvellas is influenced by the “pictures” she sees during her days—those of nature and the man-made world. We’re attracted to her photographs right along with her abstract paintings and assemblages. Enjoy…                               […]

Shop Indie: Support Independent Businesses

Shop Indie: Support Independent Businesses

The holidays are a wonderful time to find unique gifts for the special people in our life and we love to frequent the many independent shops in the area. Places like Homage in Old Pasadena on Holly Street, just around the corner from another favorite, Lula Mae;  Groove and Little Flower in Eagle Rock; Attire, Meredith M, […]

A Season of Carols: A Holiday Handbell Concert

A Season of Carols: A Holiday Handbell Concert

Short jabs, slower elongated thrusts, a snap of the wrist. Curt notes created by “damping” lightly against one’s chest or lingering notes by thrusting up and away in a long graceful circle. Also, thumb damps, plucks, shakes, echoes, and ring touch. With one bell for each hand, ’tis the season to resurrect Robert and William […]

Million Meals Marathon

Million Meals Marathon

Twenty-four hours with the goal of receiving enough donations to provide for the nutritional needs of people in need as well as for their pets. The goal with Pasadena City College’s Million Meals Marathon on November 21st is to collect over 2,000 pounds of non-perishable goods, which will be 2 to 3 months of stock. […]

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