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Fitzpatrick & Constantine at Alta-L.A.

Fitzpatrick & Constantine at Alta-L.A.

Thursday is the 3rd and final Alta-L.A., the poetry series hosted by Altadena Library’s Poet Laureate. The evening features Pasadena poet Mary Fitzpatrick who has been featured in the Atlantic Review, North American Review, and has been published in numerous journals such as The Georgetown Review, ASKEW, Agenda (UK), and The Dos Passos Review. She […]

Elves’ Faire & Holiday Shopping

Elves’ Faire & Holiday Shopping

There is something about stepping through their door that makes people feel as though they’ve entered a wonderland… Eat, drink, and shop for holiday decorations at Junior League of Pasadena’s Annual Jacob Maarse Event. All items, holiday decorations, and pre-ordered holiday arrangements will be 10% off and Jacob Maarse will donate 10% of sales to JLP to […]

Make a Wreath!

Make a Wreath!

We’ve taken down the spider that splayed across the front door and are trying to find last year’s bunch of Indian Corn as we enter the season of giving thanks. Soon, it shall be the days of Christmas, Hanukah, Kwaanza, and winter solstice. Wreaths will start adorning our homes; some will be dried, or made […]

Madeline’s Christmas with Theatre 360

Madeline’s Christmas with Theatre 360

Les filles sont malades. C’est terrible! Luckily for Miss Clavel and eleven little girls, Madeline is coming to the rescue. Ludwig Bemelmans’ book (first published in 1956 in McCall’s magazine) is brought to life by students from Pasadena, San Marino, South Pasadena, Monrovia, and Glendale in Theatre 360‘s production of Madeline’s Christmas, opening December 6th. […]

Zen Monday #268

Zen Monday #268

Welcome to Zen Monday! It’s our chance to be creative, to let it flow, to, uh…Say something. The comments section is yours. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

More Ghost Signs of Pasadena

More Ghost Signs of Pasadena

Spotting these faded reminders of merchants past can be more fun than a scavenger hunt. Someone either had the foresight to preserve them or the lack of funds to remove them. Either way, they remain an enticement to the architectural detective. As in our May 2011 feature, we take a look at four more “ghost signs” […]

Free ACA Enrollment & Legal Assistance

Free ACA Enrollment & Legal Assistance

We all know what a bumpy path it’s been with the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act. Tuesday, November 19th, the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce and the Los Angeles Association of Health Underwriters (LAAHU) are looking to smooth that path by hosting an enrollment fair at Pasadena City College. Initially, attendees will hear a ten-minute […]

It’s Time for (Holiday) Teas

It’s Time for (Holiday) Teas

We Americans may be more inclined to enjoy a cup o’ joe, but the lovers of tea have boldly muscled their way in, figuratively and literally. Tea houses—traditional English or modern Asian—liberally dot our valley. This holiday season offers some special high teas that involve history, elegance, bears, and a curmudgeon. Fenyes Mansion Holiday Tour […]

Holiday Concerts Galore

Holiday Concerts Galore

Can we split ourselves in two? Maybe into quarters? The weekend of December 14th abounds with holiday concerts and we’re here to break them down, so that you may distinguish, choose, buy tickets (where applicable), and mark your calendar. Pasadena Symphony & Pops Grant Cooper conducts the L.A. Children’s Chorus, L.A. Bronze (Handbell Choir), The […]

Motorcyclist killed in Los Feliz crash

Motorcyclist killed in Los Feliz crash

A motorcyclist died this morning after he collided with a car pulling out of a driveway in the 4600 block of Los Feliz Boulevard. The motorcyclist was traveling westbound on his 2009 Kawasaki ZX6R motorcycle when the driver of a 2012 BMW 328i drove out of her driveway “directly in front of the path of […]

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