Archive for ‘March, 2009’


Vroman's Bestsellers 03/16/09

Vroman's Bestsellers 03/16/09

Hardcover Fiction Fault Line, Barry Eisler Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, Mary Shaffer Eve, Elissa Elliott The Associate, John Grisham Heart & Soul, Maeve Binchy Pictures at an Exhibition, Sara Houghteling Losers Town, Daniel Depp Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Stieg Larsson Cutting for Stone, Abraham Verghese Fool, Christopher Moore Hardcover Non-Fiction Act […]

Erika Oller Reception at Westridge School

Erika Oller Reception at Westridge School

Erika Oller, a Pasadena native who graduated from Westridge School back in 1960, is now the Cynthia Clark Maxwell ’71 Artist in Residence at her alma mater. The endowment aims to bring local artists to campus, making it possible for art students to benefit from the talent of the Los Angeles area. Oller, an artist, painter, […]

Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 12

Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 12

Tom Gammill Lesson Twelve The next installment of Learn To Draw! Enjoy!

California Kitchen Garden

California Kitchen Garden

A hands-on course, at the beautiful Descanso Gardens in La Canada, teaches you how to install and maintain an organic kitchen garden. The three-hour class will offer tips on soil development, composting and organic pest control (the author would also like to note that she accidentally typed “soul development” the first time around and feels […]

ARTTalk

ARTTalk

Following in the footsteps of ArtNight is ARTTalk, a free six-hour performance marathon featuring spoken word, theatre performances, music, dance, and film. A joint presentation by The Playhouse District Association and Boston Court Performance Arts Center, the day is sure to be entertaining. Scheduled to perform are the Taiko Center of Los Angeles, Michelle Serros, […]

County Spraying Pesticides in the Arroyo

County Spraying Pesticides in the Arroyo

Every Wednesday morning a group of friends and I meet in the Lower Arroyo parking lot (by the Casting Pond) for a dog walk. Many of us also walk there regularly on our own. If you’ve spent any time in the Arroyo in recent years, you don’t need to be told why we love it, more […]

The Pasadena Marathon – Finally

The Pasadena Marathon – Finally

As you may or may not know, last November was supposed to be the inaugural run of the Pasadena Marathon. Unfortunately, the whole event was delayed indefinitely due to smoke from the horrendous fires that engulfed ours neighbors. Now, after a few months of extra planning, the marathon is proudly taking place on March 22. […]

A Local We Wish We'd Known

A Local We Wish We'd Known

Obituaries are showing up all over cyberspace for South Pasadena resident George Hedges, known as the Indiana Jones of entertainment lawyers. He was just 57, a victim of melanoma, and he leaves his wife, Christy, and two sons. Read about his remarkable life—including a masters degree in classical music, a passion for archaeology that took […]

Wistaria Festival

Wistaria Festival

Want to see the world’s largest blossoming plant? One that weighs 250 tons? It’s one of the seven horticultural wonders of the world, so the answer should be a definitive YES. Come on over to Sierra Madre this weekend for the annual Wistaria Festival. The historic vine will be in full bloom, ready to be […]

Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 11

Learn to Draw with Tom Gammill: Episode 11

Tom Gammill Lesson Eleven Another exciting installment of our time with Tom.

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