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These Birdly Delights

These Birdly Delights
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The ancient Chinese philosophy Taoism (also known as Daoism) believes that a three legged red crow which lives in the sun symbolises the Great Triad which is the three great powers of being: Man, Heaven and Earth. (Signology.org) The Egyptian god Atum chose a bird to represent the moment of creation while birds of prey […]

Food Forward Gleaning & Workshops

Food Forward Gleaning & Workshops

We thank Food Forward for sharing the article below with Hometown Pasadena readers…   Feeding the Hungry at the Pasadena Farmers Market On a typical Saturday morning, Pasadena’s bustling farmers market entices hundreds of eager shoppers who sift through mountains of fresh produce. But ever wonder what happens to all that peak produce once the […]

Twilight Nights

Twilight Nights

Super heroes and launching rockets. Making masks and designing a “franken-toy.” It’s Twilight Nights at Kidspace. The first in the series is Friday, June 12th. Kids are welcome to attend dressed as their favorite super hero, astronaut, or anything sci-fi and having to do with space. Then join the Space Parade! Twilight Nights happen once […]

Make Music by Lyd & Mo

Make Music by Lyd & Mo

Lydia and Mo of Lyd & Mo Photography hung out at Make Music Pasadena this last Saturday before heading up to Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights. They were kind enough to share their photos of the day, and their commentary…           Kera and The Lesbians opened the show on the […]

Lyd & Mo @ CicLAvia

Lyd & Mo @ CicLAvia

Many thanks to Lyd and Mo Cee of Lyd & Mo Photography for sharing the pictures they took around downtown Pasadena during CicLAvia. Enjoy…   Lyd & Mo Photography 27 N. Mentor Ave. Pasadena 91106. Tel.: 626.652.8302. LydandMo.com                            

Canterbury & Coventry…and Forgiveness

Canterbury & Coventry…and Forgiveness

All Saints taps into our spirituality by presenting the Canterbury and Coventry Spring Concert, and our level of faith and ability for forgiveness during a talk by Bangladeshi-American Rais Bhuiyan. From a victim in the days following 9/11 when he was shot in the face in Dallas, Texas by Mark Anthony Stroman, Bhuiyan attracted attention […]

Make Some Music, Pasadena

Make Some Music, Pasadena

It’s not a triatholon, but surviving it may still take training. And there are only three days left. It’s Make Music Pasadena, a one-day, 12-hour, multiple venue, live music extravaganza on June 6th. On stages, along alleyways, aboard buses, and on rooftops, Make Music will have individual musicians, trios, quintets, ensembles, groups and choruses performing […]

POPS’ Music Under the Stars

POPS’ Music Under the Stars

It’s predicted to be a clear, cool evening—as would be expected during a “reverse spring,” we’ve learned*—when the Pasadena Symphony and POPS will play under the stars at Pasadena City Hall on June 6th. This year’s open-air concert is a tribute to “Ladies of the Great American Songbook,” celebrating music from film, theatrical musicals, and […]

Kids’ Summer Sewing Camp

Kids’ Summer Sewing Camp

Walking the aisles, letting fingers flop from bolt to bolt of fabric. The dizzy array of colors, prints, weights, and textures. For kids who see not bolts of material but visions of skirts, jackets, blouses, bags or pants, Common Thread Studio is offering once again its Kids Sewing Camp. The June 16th-19th series is already […]

Enough For Now

Enough For Now

Enough For Now by Chris Annak   Sometimes It’s enough to care enough to laugh enough to listen enough to nod enough to tell enough to see enough to touch enough to heal enough to calm enough to assent enough to cry enough to love enough to change It’s enough to hold on to hope. […]

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