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Winter Arts Crawl

Winter Arts Crawl

Strolling guests at the South Pasadena Winter Arts Crawl may “festoon” their own Chinese lantern with paint, ribbon, and paper in celebration of Kung Hei Fat Choi (Chinese New Year). There will also be a talent show, “Performance Night,” at the Fremont Centre Theatre showcasing local singers, actors, dancers and comics. Pop-up galleries will be […]

Music, Singing, Dancing—Harmony & Hooligans

Music, Singing, Dancing—Harmony & Hooligans

The world—the beauty—of form, harmony, melody, and emotion may be found in numerous places this weekend. It will be difficult to pick, but here’s a rundown of some options…   Wednesday, Feb. 18th: The Threepenny Opera: (Official text) Before performance art and Cabaret, Brecht and Weill stretched the limits of theatre in a dark, daring, […]

Experts debate injunction on federal immigration action

Experts debate injunction on federal immigration action

Undocumented immigrants wait in a holding cell at a U.S. Border Patrol processing center for people detained near the U.S.-Mexico border on September 8, 2014 in McAllen, Texas. The sign, written by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), reads “Keep Calm and Wash Your Hands.” ; Credit: John Moore/Getty Images Hundreds of thousands of […]

Our African-American History Celebrated

Our African-American History Celebrated

Learn, discuss, exchange, eat, and dance these last two weeks of Black History Month… Saturday, Feb. 21: 33rd Annual Black History Parade & Festival, 10 a.m. Begins at Charles White Park (at Fair Oaks and Ventura Street) in Altadena, heads south on Fair Oaks Avenue and ends at Robinson Park, 1080 N. Fair Oaks Ave., […]

Man injured in Lincoln Heights shooting; Boyle Heights park receives $1 million from USC; Silver Lake butterfly watching

Man injured in Lincoln Heights shooting;  Boyle Heights park receives $1 million from USC; Silver Lake butterfly watching

Ascot Hills Park/El Sereno | Goose Eyes/Instagram Police sealed off a section of Lincoln Heights Monday night after a man was shot in the 2600 block of Sichel Street. CBS2 Have you seen a Red Admiral? Butterfly watching season has started early in Silver Lake. Corralitas Red Car USC’s donation of $1 million to improve […]

Pasadena Library’s 2nd Annual Author Fair

Pasadena Library’s 2nd Annual Author Fair

Are you coming by Pasadena’s Central Library (285 E. Walnut St.) this Saturday, February 21st? Of course you are, because it’s highly likely that at least one of your author friends (me) will be there. And probably more than one. It’s the library’s 2nd annual Author Fair, 10am-2pm, and oh boy! Everyone’s going to be […]

Hillsides Uncorked: From Elton John to Jacob Maarse

Hillsides Uncorked: From Elton John to Jacob Maarse

Guests are being told to prepare for their palate “to be ignited with Global market dining.” We assume that means dishes representing the unique and intense flavors from around the world. As the eats are to be paired with “bold” red and white wines, as well as specialty cocktails, it’s a rather tempting promotional tease. […]

Construction: No Longer a Nightmare?

Construction: No Longer a Nightmare?

Thinking about a remodel? Afraid of potential problems and headaches you don’t even know about, but are sure exist? Hartman Baldwin Design/Build in Pasadena is offering “The Mid-Construction Showcase,” a free event on February 21st, where guests may see a remodel during construction. Discover goals and challenges, and learn about energy-efficient options. Speak with our […]

Celebrate Chinese New Year

Celebrate Chinese New Year

Working off a lunisolar calendar, where dates indicate the moon phase and the time of the solar year, the Chinese New Year, which is also called the Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, will be celebrated this year on Thursday, February 19th (it’s the year of the goat). The day is traditionally marked with fireworks, […]

Gerda’s Words, Luis’ Art

Gerda’s Words, Luis’ Art

SomeTimes Your orange red glow singes me as you lean away. SomeTimes You flicker   burn bright   go dark. You tease and drown me in your rain. I turn cold. SomeTimes I don’t know you, don’t love you, don’t know what to do for you   for me   for us.     Poet Gerda Govine Ituarte will […]

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