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Utility Box Art

Utility Box Art
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South Pasadena has followed in the path of many cities that have decided to bring art to the streets. Actually, to the sidewalks and traffic light utility boxes. Ten artists submitted their ideas to the South Pasadena Arts Council in the summer of 2015 and now South Pasadena beams with ostriches, picnics in the park, […]

Art By the Sidewalk

Art By the Sidewalk

At Art by the Sidewalk, local artist Valérie Daval curates “Home Icon” featuring engravings by Marie-Noelle Deverre with an opening reception to view the art and Skype with the artist on February 7. “I collect and gather food, beauty, medication, and toy packagings, which I open and flatten in order to engrave them using a […]

Keaton’s The General

Keaton’s The General

Roger Ebert wasn’t even sure if Buster Keaton’s The General (1927) was his best film, yet it appears to be one of his favorites. “Keaton defies logic with one ingenious silent comic sequence after another.” “Keaton was ambitious and fearless.” Buster Keaton was not the Great Stone Face so much as a man who kept […]

Hearts & Flowers 2016

Hearts & Flowers 2016

The day of love, Valentine’s Day, is swiftly swooping our way and it is time, once again, for The Folk Tree’s fun, beautiful, whimsical, and creative Hearts & Flower exhibit. Swearing off red roses and all things chocolate this Valentine’s Day? Come at Beverly Crist‘s unique ceramic pieces. Crist uses stamps on her slab-built plates, […]

Bold Color & Tea

Bold Color & Tea

During some mundane moment—perhaps maneuvring through another twisting, tiny-tiny Trader Joe’s parking lot or balancing on the top of the step ladder while on tippy-toes trying to reach the cobwebs with a faux feather-shedding duster—and as we were entering what is defined as middle age, it finally dawned on us that A. A. Milne’s characters […]

Sasha Vom Dorp: Prequel

Sasha Vom Dorp: Prequel

It may look like CG, but according to artist Sasha vom Dorp, his work is “good ol’ fashioned photography. Sound, sunlight, and H2O.” Vom Dorp writes: I’ve made these photographs to better know my place in the universe.… I’ve built a machine in an attempt to observe elemental transactions. I’ve created a mechanical solution to […]

Cellar by Minette Walters

Cellar by Minette Walters

Cellar by Minette Walters begins as a story of enslavement in modern day London that tugs at the heartstrings, then accelerates into a psychological thriller and becomes downright creepy. It’s claustrophobic, taking place primarily within the home of the main characters who hate, detest, and demean one another, yet cannot stop, cannot walk away. The […]

Pasadena Village & Art Reception

Pasadena Village & Art Reception

The opening description reads thus: We’re a group of friends, new and old, who gather together to enjoy events and activities that keep us active and healthy. In addition to a vibrant social calendar, we offer programs and services designed to support us as we grow older. Members call the Village office to arrange transportation, household, and other […]

In the Spirit of MLK, Jr.

In the Spirit of MLK, Jr.

Information below—regarding events celebrating and embodying the philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.—is thanks to Pasadena MLK Community Coalition: Saturday, January 16, 2015 @ 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. MLK Day of Service:  A Day On, Not Off Hamilton Middle School 2089 Rose Villa Street | Pasadena, CA  91107 Description: On the Saturday before the MLK Day […]

Yarnover & Spaghetti

Yarnover & Spaghetti

Louisa Fabbri, owner of Contessa Italian Foods Collection, says, “Nothing speaks ‘yarn’ like spaghetti.” This Sunday, January 17, stock up on yarn at Maridee and Barbra’s mobile yarn store, the Yarnover Truck, “your local yarn boutique on wheels” then satiate the growl with lunch at Contessa’s. Louisa met the duo about a year ago and […]

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