Archive for ‘August, 2011’


The Tumbling Tumbleweeds blow through Farnsworth Park Saturday

The Tumbling Tumbleweeds blow through Farnsworth Park Saturday

Next Saturday at 7 PM, the Sheriff Support Group concert series welcomes the Tumbling Tumbleweeds to Farnsworth Park: Formed in 2005, The Tumbling Tumbleweeds are celebrating their five year nniversary. Since their premiere they have gone on to capture the 2008 Academy of Western Artists Will Rogers Award for Western Music Group of the Year […]

Ghost Theaters of Colorado (Part 2 of 2)

Ghost Theaters of Colorado (Part 2 of 2)

It takes some keen architectural detective work, but if you look closely along Colorado Boulevard, you’ll see telltale traces of some of Pasadena’s lost movie houses. Repurposed marquees, empty ticket windows, and distinctly arched roofs give us clues to where they once stood. In the second part of our Ghost Theaters feature, we look at […]

This Week at the Levitt: Jessica Fichot and Brian McKnight.

This Week at the Levitt: Jessica Fichot and Brian McKnight.

Another summer at the Levitt comes to an end this week. The official close is Sunday’s benefit concert with Brian McKnight—one of, what, two? three? concerts that the Levitt asks us to pay for every year. The last free concert is this Friday, and it should be a good one: Jessica Fichot is one of […]

POPS Does the Movies

POPS Does the Movies

What else is new, right? Still, the POPS is a very fine orchestra, and hearing movie scores sans movie is an experience worth having more than once. It’s an eclectic selection of films this time around: A Salute to Gene Kelly Gigi An American in Paris Schindler’s List The Informant! That last one in particular […]

ENNIO! at the Playhouse

ENNIO! at the Playhouse

Ennio Marchetto bills himself as “The Living Paper Cartoon,” which is a pretty apt description for… this:   It’s paper, and cartoony looking, and we’re guessing Ennio is probably alive, so yeah. If the above seems enjoyable to you, considering catching one of Ennio’s seven performances this week at the Playhouse. They start on Tuesday, […]

Caption This Photo (#73)

Caption This Photo (#73)

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Sunday Steps

Sunday Steps

We’ve been having cool, cloudy mornings and warm afternoons. If you’re one of those people who complains about hot weather, all you have to do these days is get up early. And not like 6am. You can get up at 10:00 and still get in a good hike before it heats up. I wonder how […]

Boys Republic Auxiliary’s century of service

Boys Republic Auxiliary’s century of service

The volunteers of Boys Republic don’t refuse anything –not donated goods, and not young people in trouble by Laura Berthold Monteros If you’ve ever had the unfortunate experience of gathering up all your unused clothes and household items for a charity collection, only to have the place refuse to take it, you will appreciate the […]

Ladies Night Out

Ladies Night Out

Join the Cancer Support Community Pasadena for its first annual Ladies Night Out, an evening of comedy in celebration of the women who have been touched by cancer. The evening will start with a cocktail reception hosted by Wells Fargo, a dinner and comedy show, a silent auction, a live auction and (most importantly) guest goodie bags. […]

Surly Goat

Surly Goat

WHY A low-key West Hollywood tavern for discerning beer enthusiasts. WHAT Ryan Sweeney opened the Surly Goat after making a splash in the local beer community with his first bar, the Verdugo. His new place has an impressive array of more than two dozen taps and a rotating brew on cask. Rare and fascinating beers […]

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