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Prep, Design, & Being Water-Wise

Prep, Design, & Being Water-Wise

Did you know that approximately two-thirds of a typical household’s water is used to irrigate the landscape? The City of South Pasadena is hosting water wise landscape workshops to help you use water more efficiently outside your home. (SouthPasadenaCA.gov) The City of South Pasadena is offering free workshops to people wanting to have a water-wise lawn. The [...]

Susan Egan at Arcadia Perf. Arts Ctr.

Susan Egan at Arcadia Perf. Arts Ctr.

She was nominated for a Tony for her portrayal of “Belle” in Beauty and the Beast. She was critically acclaimed as “Sally Bowles” in Cabaret and she is Broadway’s latest Thoroughly Modern Millie. “She” is Susan Egan who will be performing Saturday, March 1st at the new Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation. Egan will be singing [...]

Family Field Trip on Arbor Day

Family Field Trip on Arbor Day

Native plant gardener, horticulturist, speaker, and blogger at Weeding Wild Suburbia, Barbara Eisenstein will lead a family field trip through the Arroyo Seco-South to celebrate Arbor Day. Discover “secrets” of the native trees, plants, and wildlife in South Pasadena’s Woodland and Wildlife Park. The park at Pasadena Avenue just before the York Boulevard Bridge has [...]

Yoga Divina – Affordable Healing

Yoga Divina – Affordable Healing

People attending the grand opening will receive a discount card that is good for the month of March at participating local small businesses. There will also be door prizes, food, and, of course, yoga. At Yoga Divina in Altadena. Owner Rachel Divine is an E-RYT—an Experience Registered Yoga Teacher, having completed a 500-hour training program. [...]

Love Our Authors – Celebrate!

Love Our Authors – Celebrate!

The Pasadena Public Library’s inaugural “Love Our Authors Celebration” was a wonderful success. The great hall was abuzz with local publishers and their authors such as Red Hen Press and the delightful Ron Koertge and Prospect Park Books with Christine Moore of Little Flower Cafe (who’s opening a new restaurant in May!) and Lian Dolan, [...]

Get Happy at a Libation Celebration

Get Happy at a Libation Celebration

Are you a Craft Beer Crawl sort of person? Or, maybe Flavors from Around the Globe is more your speed. Perhaps small tastes of many is intriguing, therefore Flights of Fancy may be calling your name. These are all particular intineraries you can embark upon during Old Pasadena’s “Get Happy” event beginning March 1st through [...]

The Salt Studio Benefit for Sexual Assault Survivors

The Salt Studio Benefit for Sexual Assault Survivors

Project Sister is a family services organization that provides crisis intervention and prevention education to women, children, and men who are survivors of sexual assault. They serve 27 cities in eastern Los Angeles and western San Bernadino, and provide a 24-hour hotline, advocacy, referral, counseling, a walk-in clinic, and support groups for all ages. A [...]

Team Le Cordon-Bleu

Team Le Cordon-Bleu

For five days the Los Angeles Le Cordon-Bleu, American Culinary Student Team will attend hands-on workshops, leadership meetings, lectures, tastings, have time to network, and, oh yes, compete. The American Culinary Federation Western Regional Conference competition will be held in Oakland on March 1st through 5th. Le Cordon-Bleu Los Angeles, with its school located on [...]

Portraits of the Garden

Portraits of the Garden

No art form is more familiar than the portrait. The most intimate of artistic undertakings, it takes two to make a portrait: the artist and the subject. Usually, a portrait implies that the finished work will communicate what the subject actually looked like. But from the earliest times, artists have put a twist on that [...]

Love Our Authors

Love Our Authors

You will be met in the great hall by six local publishing groups, such as Prospect Park Books that has published Lian Dolan’s Elizabeth the First Wife, Naomi Hirahara’s Mas Arai mystery series, Christine Moore’s Little Flower:  Recipes from the Cafe, Jennie Cook’s recently released Who Wants Seconds? cookbook, and Diane Lang’s whimsical Vulture Verses. Why such a dizzying array of talented works [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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