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Family Flicks on Fridays

Family Flicks on Fridays

One Colorado is going kid classic. Starting September 4th, some of the most classic and beloved kids’ movies will be shown—for free—on the big screen in the One Colorado courtyard. One of our all-time favorites—one of the few films we were happy to watch repeatedly (infinitely!) with our girl when she was young—is Jungle Book […]

A Billion Stars & Half Dome

A Billion Stars & Half Dome

We’re grateful our friend Dave Tushla moved to Yosemite. Firstly, because it makes him happy, and secondly, because we get to bask in the products of his joy. Here are some more of Dave’s photographs for your viewing pleasure…                   To view Tushla’s inaugural collection of pictures, […]

South Pasadena Author Victoria Patterson

South Pasadena Author Victoria Patterson

The prose is so accomplished, so effortlessly nuanced and suggestive, that more than once I had to check Patterson’s bio to make sure this was her first book. (It is.) —Michael Leone in 2009 writing for the San Francisco Chronicle about Victoria Patterson’s Drift. The Chronicle chose Drift as one of the best books of […]

Cities

Cities

Cities by William Archila   From the cabin, horse-face Hector, trucker from San Julian, shakes his head in laughter, tells us to get back to work; we load Coca-Cola crates from the truck bed, exhaust buildup clogged in our throats, the iron plate of the midday sun pressing down on our backs, and Paco, with […]

Fig Jam

Fig Jam

by Bill Disselhorst Fiore Market Cafe I didn’t know much about figs until Anne and I started to go to Italy. There I had a couple of very big fig moments. We had a neighbor who lived directly across from the apartment we stayed in. She used to sit on a plastic lawn chair right […]

Author Christopher Lynch Talks Self-Publishing

Author Christopher Lynch Talks Self-Publishing

Los Angeles native Christopher Lynch seems to be a man of many features and angles—part athlete (bicycling enthusiast and mountain climber), part philanthropist (leading 9 blind hikers to Mt. Baldy’s 10,000 foot summit), and part blackmailer. Admittedly, the latter assertion is a characteristic of Lynch’s main protagonist in his fictional series about John Sharp, aka […]

Immerse in the Ghostly & the Wicked

Immerse in the Ghostly & the Wicked

We are on teetering on the cusp, about to plunge into year’s end—which means the encroachment of All Hallow’s Eve. As a preview of Unbound Production‘s annual Wicked Lit held on the premises of Mountain View Mausoleum and Cemetery during the month of October, come hear the company’s “enhanced staged reading” at the Huntington on […]

Teen Sewing with Koalani Walkoe

Teen Sewing with Koalani Walkoe

Do you have a teen who’s never been introduced to a sewing machine, but regularly inspects then comments on the lousy workmanship of today’s clothes? Have a teen who’s already cutting up pants to make skirts, re-designing jackets and button-down shirts, or altering old dresses? If so, the Altadena Library is hosting a new program: […]

Waters Here & There

Waters Here & There

Living on the Pacific Ocean, water is essential…to our very soul. Karol Franks shares her views of water…                       Karol Franks is the creative eye of Karol Franks Photography. Purchase her photos as prints or on tote bags, stationery, stickers, and clothing at Red Bubble. […]

Brick Fest Live

Brick Fest Live

 Trucks, houses, cities, spaceships, candy, dinosaurs, warriors, and skyscrapers. Whatever can be imagined, can be made out of Legos. And for the Lego enthusiast, part-time player, or committed fanatic, Brick Fest Live is a Llego-lovers dream. Brick Fest Live claims to have the largest Lego variety under one roof: Brick Warriors, West End Toys, Minifigfx, […]

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