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Eerie Events for Halloween

Eerie Events for Halloween

Ringing doorbells and chewing Kit-Kats aren’t the only Halloween activities for the Harry Potters and Cinderellas of Pasadena. If you’re looking for some safe family fun, with everything from monster music and ghoulish games to creepy crafts and spooky storytimes, we’ve got a pillowcase full of events to pick from: Old Pasadena Halloween Celebrations Saturday, [...]

Walk for Hope: Fight On!

Walk for Hope: Fight On!

USC continues to fight on against breast cancer, with bright pink awareness T-shirts lining the front window of the campus bookstore. All Southern Californians can show their support along with Trojans in the Los Angeles Walk for Hope on Sunday, November 7.  The City of Hope, named one of “America’s Best Hospitals” in cancer and [...]

Sprucing Up the Arroyo

Sprucing Up the Arroyo

Joni Mitchell was right, they paved paradise and put up a parking lot. Fortunately, the vast parking lots abutting the Arroyo Seco near the Rose Bowl have been mitigated by the restoration of much of the Arroyo Watershed, and for that we are grateful to many, especially the Arroyo Seco Foundation. If you ever use [...]

Vroman’s Bestsellers Week of 10/11

Vroman’s Bestsellers Week of 10/11

Hardcover Fiction By Nightfall, Michael Cunningham Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk, David Sedaris Our Kind of Traitor, John Le Carre Reversal, Michael Connelly American Assassin, Vince Flynn Freedom, Jonathan Franzen Painted Ladies, Robert Parker Djibouti, Elmore Leonard Nemesis, Philip Roth Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest, Stieg Larsson Hardcover Non-Fiction Tattoos on the Heart ,Gregory Boyle Everyone [...]

Vroman’s Bestsellers Week of 10/4

Vroman’s Bestsellers Week of 10/4

Hardcover Fiction Reversal, Michael Connelly Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk, David Sedaris By Nightfall, Michael Cunningham Ape House, Sara Gruen Freedom, Jonathan Franzen Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest, Stieg Larsson All Is Forgotton Nothing Is Lost, Lan Samantha Chang Witch of Hebron, James Kunstler Fall of Giants, Ken Follett Nemesis, Philip Roth Hardcover Non-Fiction Flair, Joe Nye [...]

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is domestic violence awareness month. Foothill Family Service, a Pasadena-based organization providing counseling and social services since 1926, offers up two alarming statistics: — One in four California women experiences domestic violence in her lifetime — Boys who witness domestic violence as children are twice as likely to abuse their own partners when they become adults. [...]

All Saints Hosts “Bullied”

All Saints Hosts “Bullied”

As the recent matters of LGBT youth bullying splash across newspaper headlines, leaders, activists, and artists across the nation are utilizing political and creative forces to combat the abuse. And many have already made strong moves. Major cities have hosted rallies against homophobic bullying, while individuals, celebrities, and companies have created nationally popular support memes [...]

Vroman’s Bestsellers Week of 9/27

Vroman’s Bestsellers Week of 9/27

Hardcover Fiction Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk, David Sedaris Getting to Happy, Terry McMillan Exile, Diana Gabaldon Freedom, Jonathan Franzen Dogs Purpose, Bruce Cameron Fall of Giants, Ken Follett Room, Emma Donoghue The Help, Kathryn Stockett Girl Who Kicked The Hornets Nest, Stieg Larsson Ape House, Sara Gruen Hardcover Non-Fiction Third World America, Arianna Huffington Promise Me, [...]

Theodore Payne Foundation Fall Festival

Theodore Payne Foundation Fall Festival

A shocking truth (well, probably not for you gardeners): Palm trees are NOT native to Los Angeles. Though a prominent symbol of Hollywood, these tropical trees are now doing a vanishing act. The next stars on landscape stage: true natives. And becoming an active audience member is easy—The Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers and Native Plants [...]

10-10-10 Global Work Party

10-10-10 Global Work Party

They are calling it a Global Work Party, with emphasis on both “work” and “party.” From New Zealand to Uganda and all the way to Altadena, 6,227 Eco Fest events will take place in 185 different countries as environmental groups around the globe join forces to send a message to legislators about the climate crisis.  [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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