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LitFest—From Shakespeare to Mr. Steve

LitFest—From Shakespeare to Mr. Steve

Editor’s Note: Big rain is expected this weekend, so the inaugural LitFest Pasadena, which was going to be largely outdoors at Central Park, has been postponed until Saturday, May 12th. Look for the same great panels, events, signing, and children’s activities. We’ll be there in May! This Saturday’s inaugural LitFest Pasadena will not be only [...]

Food, Glorious Food!

Food, Glorious Food!

How quickly time flies. It’s been a year since Pasadena’s first Restaurant Week, or 1,095 meals ago (3 meals a day x 365 days). This year, the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce has brought in even more restaurants and revamped their website so it’s easier to find your favorite cuisine, stay close to home or spread [...]

LitFest Postponed

LitFest Postponed

Editor’s Note: Big rain is expected this weekend, so the inaugural LitFest Pasadena, which was going to be largely outdoors at Central Park, has been postponed until Saturday, May 12th. Look for the same great panels, events, signing, and children’s activities. We’ll be there in May! St. Patrick’s Day may conjure visions of pints of [...]

Feeling Mod All Over

Feeling Mod All Over

If mod is your thing, then Pasadena Heritage‘s Spring Home Tour could be the perfect fit. On Sunday, March 25th—over a period of seven hours—you have the opportunity to witness and absorb five local homes that exemplify mid-century modern architecture. You can kick off this event by attending a reception on the evening of March [...]

This Friday, Have a Date With Art

This Friday, Have a Date With Art

We know a date’s typically with the significant other, but this Friday will have to be the exception; it’s gotta be a three-some (or four- or five-some). Because it’s ArtNight once again in Pasadena, and the venues and events—for falling head-over-heels or feeling ga-ga—is almost endless. And, you’re on the clock; events start promptly at [...]

Cycling for the Fallen—It’s an Honor

Cycling for the Fallen—It’s an Honor

It was a training exercise. Location: Burro Canyon, a shooting park in Azusa. It was June 14, 2011. Kevin Sandoval was a 3-year veteran of the South Pasadena Police Department. At some point during the day, he lost consciousness, fell to the ground, and hit his head. He passed away later that afternoon. He was [...]

A Chorus of All-Americans

A Chorus of All-Americans

Now “toe-tapping tunes from the Roaring Twenties” may not sound like the typical “Kid Stuff” that Hometown Pasadena recommends, but we think it may intrigue your tikes when they learn the singers of these tunes—as well as songs from the best of Broadway, California hits like the Beach Boys’ “Little Red Corvette,” rockin’ Dixieland, and [...]

Picoult’s In Town

Picoult’s In Town

Jodi Picoult, bestselling author of My Sister’s Keeper, Nineteen Minutes, and Change of Heart, will be discussing and signing her newest novel, Lone Wolf, this Wednesday, March 7th at Caltech (presented by the Caltech Center for Diversity). Picoult often tells a story from many points of view to illustrate how a situation can be interpreted [...]

You Must Have Been Talking To My Mother

You Must Have Been Talking To My Mother

In answer to our question about his “landmark” textbook, Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles and the Remaking of Its Mexican Past, William Deverell responded, “Landmark? You must have been talking to my mother.” Actually, we were researching our subject, and we stumbled upon whitewashedadobe.com. The site discusses Deverell’s book and the four one-hour [...]

Burgers for Buses

Burgers for Buses

How does it feel, growing up in the care of an aunt or grandparent? How does it feel knowing your mother or father is living their life behind bars? How do they even maintain a bond with an incarcerated parent? One way is through a program called Get On The Bus, founded by Sister Suzanne [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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