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The Transition Movement

The Transition Movement

Mary Gothard recounts that the Transition event called “The Power of Just Doing Stuff” held at Throop Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church on October 14th and featuring Transition co-founder Rob Hopkins was “over the top.” She continues: “The church was packed with people and all were trading cards and information. The church told us that they [...]

International Nativities Exhibition

International Nativities Exhibition

St. Francis of Assisi is accredited with creating the first nativity scene in 1223, albeit a “live” one using humans and animals. His intention: to cultivate the worship of Christ, or the Babe of Bethlehem, as St. Francis called him in his tribute, according to St. Bonaventure. (CERC) For 27 years, The Folk Tree has [...]

Speaking with A Noise Within

Speaking with A Noise Within

A Noise Within co-founder Julia Rodriguez-Elliott holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Florida and a Master of Fine Arts from San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater. In 1991—with a mere $3,000 from her personal checking account—she and her co-founder, Geoff  Elliott, set an ambitious vision: H-P:  What is the goal of A Noise [...]

RT N’ the 44s at Jones Coffee

RT N’ the 44s at Jones Coffee

From official press release: Created by RT Valine, RT N’ the 44s plays instruments crafted from tin, 2x4s and salvaged parts in a DIY effort to produce music from discarded junkyard objects, and the result is an equal parts haunting and rabble-rousing vintage country band sound that draws in fans of all ages. Los Angeles-based [...]

Re-Imagining the Arroyo

Re-Imagining the Arroyo

Linda Dove and Elizabeth Garrison and 15 other artists are re-imagining the Arroyo this weekend…so come on down! Art and poetry installations, a collaboration entitled “Flag the Bear” will be constructed in the lower Arroyo, November 2nd-3rd. Join an adventuresome array of Southern California’s artists on a half mile stroll, enlivened with their interpretations of [...]

Wandering Foot Quilt Guild Boutique

Wandering Foot Quilt Guild Boutique

The Wandering Foot Quilt Guild. Now, that’s a name. A good name. Start your holiday shopping early at this holiday quilt display and boutique October 19th at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia. There will be opportunity baskets and a quilt give-a-way ($1 raffle), a bake sale, and hundreds of quilts and hand sewn items for [...]

Patricia Krebs’ “Sense (Sentido)”

Patricia Krebs’ “Sense (Sentido)”

  Patricia Krebs grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she received her degrees as Professor of Fine Arts and in Contemporary Visual Arts. She moved to Southern California in 2001 and works full-time as a freelance multimedia artist. Patricia has illustrated and designed over a dozen children’s picture books, builds puppets and objects for theater [...]

Five Acres: Remaining Innovative

Five Acres: Remaining Innovative

The Boys’ and Girls’ Aid Society of Los Angeles County (now Five Acres) is one of the oldest charity organizations in the area, opening in 1888 as an orphanage. As they state on their website, this was the year that Grover Cleveland was re-elected as president, the average wage was $2.26 a day ($565 a year), [...]

Chili Chefs: Bring Your Best

Chili Chefs: Bring Your Best

Lake Avenue Church is hosting a “Chili Cook-Off” and somehow this will be paired with a Classic Car Night. Classic cars and chili? With the temperature predicted to hit 91 degrees on Friday, August 23rd, the heat of a good chili may actually cool the body down. Anyone with a favorite chili recipe can entry [...]

Real Food Devotee

Real Food Devotee

Who learns how to make yogurt from a grandma on a farm who lives out in the sticks of Poland on a property with chickens and rabbits, and the tiniest cow ever seen, then somehow sneaks it—er, replicates it—once she gets home? Highland Park’s Monica Ford. Her two-year enterprise, Real Food Devotee, offers nutrient dense foods and [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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