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Greene & Greene Northwest Pasadena Walking Tour

Greene & Greene Northwest Pasadena Walking Tour

If you’re a Greene & Greene and Frank Lloyd Wright fan, this three-hour, 1.5-mile walk on June 11 could make for a perfect Sunday. Walk through neighborhoods containing several Craftsman residences designed by Pasadena turn-of-the-20th-century architects Charles and Henry Greene, and a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The walk includes viewing a Craftsman interior […]

Kid Kon

Kid Kon

Jose and Jessica Prendes of Kid Kon talk about being fans of conventions of all kinds and that their children “are bored out of their minds.” This needed to change. “The goal of Kid Kon is to throw the biggest fandom party any kid has ever seen, celebrating the popular arts like comic books, movies, […]

March Home

March Home

“March Home” is a 5k walk through Pasadena as the City and Union Station Homeless Services works to “end homelessness one step at a time.” The walk begins at Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall and travels past Centennial Place, Euclid Villa, and Marv’s Place—three of Union Station’s permanent supportive housing programs. The “finish-line” festival […]

2-Day Painting Workshop in the Arroyo & Eaton Canyon

2-Day Painting Workshop in the Arroyo & Eaton Canyon

Laurie Hendricks, owner of Laurie Hendricks Gallery on Mission Street in South Pasadena, leads a 2-day plein air painting workshop June 16 and 17. Each day the workshop begins at 10 a.m. and continues for six hours until 4 p.m. Saturday’s location shall be in the Arroyo Seco and Sunday’s class is scheduled for Eaton Canyon. Class size is […]

2nd Saturday Pomona Art Walk

2nd Saturday Pomona Art Walk

Pomona’s 2nd Saturday Art Walk is not only all things art, but a farmers market, a venue for live music, workshops, and a vintage car show. Almost two dozen galleries participate in Art Walk holding artist receptions for their current exhibits. Among them are 2nd Street Sculptor Park, Community Brains Art Gallery, Smoking Mirrors, and the Lucille […]

Jacaranda Beauty

Jacaranda Beauty

A few weeks ago, we began to see the jacaranda bloom and, to be candid, we didn’t pay attention—we walked without seeing, we drove by without a glance. But now the flowers have bloomed and the trees are popping purple all the way down the street and we scold ourself for taking the jacaranda for […]

Scenes from LitFest Pasadena 2017

Scenes from LitFest Pasadena 2017

Unsurprisingly, Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold packed the courtyard, standing room only. He’s a soft-spoken, engaging speaker with an unexpectedly dry humor and, as expected, a great storyteller. He’s always been a big draw at LitFest Pasadena. At LitFest 2017 held on May 20 and 21, all the panel subjects, speakers, readers, and poets […]

Foal

Foal

    Foal after reading “Fugue for Other Hands” by Joseph Fasano In your next life you will be birthed in needles of hoarfrost, your eyes still in the blue gauze between this world and the next and I will kneel so close you will smell the hot iron waiting to singe your skin. You’ll […]

Museum of Ice Cream

Museum of Ice Cream

Editor’s note: The Museum of Ice Cream has extended its stay in Los Angeles until October 2017. Tickets go on sale June 22 at 9 a.m., and they will sell out fast. For complete info, click the link below:  Welcome to the Museum of Ice Cream. “A place where flavors are mysteries, toppings are toys, […]

A Pre-Existing Condition

A Pre-Existing Condition

Our thanks to Dulce Stein for bringing to our attention the new exhibit at Neutra Gallery, presented by the Kahlo Collective: “A Pre-Existing Condition.” Exhibiting artists include Daggi Wallace, Eva Polonkai, Kristine Augustyn, Madeleine Wories, Mati Russo, Ginette Rondeau, Nurit Avesar, Robyn Hardy-Altorre, Serena Potter, and Frederika Beesemyer Roeder. A Pre-Existing Condition Neutra Institute Gallery […]

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