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@Home – The Doc

@Home – The Doc

Mark Horvath, aka @hardlynormal,…uses social media and web video to tell the stories of homeless men and women. Having once been homeless himself, Mark knows what it’s like to be out on the streets, too often treated like a statistic. (KindlingGroup.org) On the front page of Horvath’s blog InvisiblePeople.tv, there’s a rectangular box with rounded [...]

Mother’s Day Events This Week & Next

Mother’s Day Events This Week & Next

Webster’s Pharmacy – Mother’s Day’s Spa-Tique & Tea Retreat, Friday, May 3rd, 3-7 p.m. While sipping on hot or iced tea and tasting tea cakes or fresh fruit, try Crabtree & Evelyn’s Hand Therapy lotions including Tarocco Orange, Naked Bee’s lavender creams, and Aroma Home’s soothing heat packs and receive 20% savings on $25 or more [...]

Perfect Afternoon Tea

Perfect Afternoon Tea

  Newsweek magazine calls Diane Nichols the “heroine of the nine-to-five crowd.” She’ll be working the room on Saturday, May 4th, during Women at Work‘s “A Perfect Afternoon Tea” event benefiting the Pasadena-based nonprofit that assists clients “to attain their full employment and earnings potential through one-on-one counseling, workshops, technology training, and corporate partnerships.” Besides the [...]

Release the Butterflies!

Release the Butterflies!

It started with adopting a caterpillar. Now it’s time to let the butterfly free. Actually, around 600 Painted Lady butterflies. This Saturday and Sunday, Kidspace holds its 17th Grand Butterfly Release at 2 p.m. from the museum’s Stone Hollow Amphitheater. The Hollow Trees band will perform before each day’s release. Throughout the weekend, activities will be [...]

Doo Dah 2013!

Doo Dah 2013!

The 36th Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade is this Saturday, so get your tortillas ready. This year’s newly crowned queen is Susann Edmonds and she will lead the parade with Grand Marshall Alan Zorthian, architect and son of legendary bohemians Jirayr and Dabney Zorthian (both former Doo Dah grand marshalls), as well as proprietor of [...]

The Real Juice Cleanse

The Real Juice Cleanse

It’s springtime in Southern California and you can see folks clearing out garages, clearing brush, and we thought it might be a good idea to clean out the ol’ bod. Here’s where Shila Moran of The Real Juice comes in. She grew up with a mother who embraced raw fruits and vegetables and “eating cleanly.” [...]

Two Pint Wonder

Two Pint Wonder

Being Irish it must have been tough to live this down, but Owen Dara had his mother’s genes and a mere two pints at the pub would plaster him to the wall. In his show Two Pint Wonder, Dara recounted how his friends would say, “We’re going to have a couple of pints with Owen, [...]

San Marino’s 100 Years Old

San Marino’s 100 Years Old

Lacy Park will be the location for San Marino’s 100th Birthday celebration. An “old-fashioned” picnic will be followed by train and pony rides, jugglers, a balloon artist, a photo booth, and more. Of course, a day of fun would not be the same without cotton candy, kettle corn, and barbecue, which will be available in [...]

Literary Pasadena at Vroman’s

Literary Pasadena at Vroman’s

Local authors Jim Krusoe, Rachel Harper, Denise Hamilton, Scott O’Connor and editor Patricia O’Sullivan will be at Vroman’s tonight to read, sip wine, and spread the word about Prospect Park Books’ new Literary Pasadena: The Fiction Edition. This literary journal has been produced as a companion to LitFest Pasadena (May 11, 2013 in Central Park) [...]

The Sadness of the Samurai

The Sadness of the Samurai

Caudillo de España por la gracia de Dios. Francisco Franco, by the Grace of God, the Leader of Spain, instilled his authoritarian dictatorship from 1936 until his death on November 20th, 1975. Generalissimo, or El Jefe, led his rebel Nationalists against the democratically elected Spanish Republic to victory in 1939. “Atrocities were committed by both [...]

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