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New Slate of Classes at SPACE

New Slate of Classes at SPACE

Fables & Folk Tales, Nature’s Elements, Everyone Can Draw, and The Path of Story are a few of the new slate of classes being offered at SPACE Art Center in South Pasadena. The Path of Story: Writing Lab for Adults will be taught by Karen Rizzo, author of last year’s Famous Baby, and Jim Macdonald. […]

Behind the Velvet Ropes, Details & Joinery, Fire & Light

Behind the Velvet Ropes, Details & Joinery, Fire & Light

How can architectural aficionados and groupies resist a house tour that comes with a flashlight? Gamble House is offering a “leisurely” paced, 2½ hour tour led by knowledgeable and passionate docents “wearing white gloves” who will open doors and drawers to “reveal gems” that can only be seen close up and are not included on […]

Easter Egg Hunts Around SGV

Easter Egg Hunts Around SGV

We may have highlighted the Rose Bowl’s first Easter egg hunt, or the Egg Bowl, but there are many different options for families who might like something smaller and more intimate. Saturday, April 4th: Egg-ceptional Celebration with egg hunt, hikes, and “egg scramble” and “egg-expedition,” hands-on activities, refreshments, and prizes. L.A. Arboretum, 301 N. Baldwin […]

Symphony Pastoral

Symphony Pastoral

Beethoven is known to have been a nature lover, taking frequent walks in the country, and even leaving Vienna altogether to work in rural areas. Themes of spiritual renewal, pastoral landscapes, dramatic storms and startling beauty pull you into Beethoven’s sonic painting of the great outdoors. Conductor Nicholas McGegan of the Pasadena Symphony and Pops […]

Cherry Blossom Walk, Talk, Buy

Cherry Blossom Walk, Talk, Buy

Despite temperatures in the high 80s and even low 90s, we know it’s officially spring because it’s time for the Cherry Blossom Festival at Descanso Gardens. Walks, talks, music, origami, food, and the sale of cherry trees will take place all weekend, March 21st-22nd. 2015 Cherry Blossom Festival Saturday-Sunday, March 21st-22nd Descanso Gardens, 1418 Descanso […]

The North Stars

The North Stars

One of the missions of the YWCA Pasadena Foothill Valley is to showcase local artists’ work “that involves themes of inequality, feminism, and the fight for civil rights.” Everyone is welcome to the opening reception of “The North Stars: Canonizing the American Abolitionists” with new work by Hope Demetriades on March 21st. The works focus […]

Melting Pot Food Tours Pasadena

Melting Pot Food Tours Pasadena

” ‘Angel Food’ is that which is prepared for people we love and by people who love us.” The philosophy behind Angel Food is that it will nourish us both physically and spiritually. The above is an excerpt from Angel Food*, a cookbook written by self-taught chef Diane Scalia. Since 2008, Diane has teamed with […]

In a World of Purple: Wistaria Fest 2015

In a World of Purple: Wistaria Fest 2015

It’s that time again, to walk the long walk and bask in the glory of the world’s oldest blossoming vine, as ordained by none other than the Guinness Book of World Records The Wistaria Festival in Sierra Madre is Sunday, March 15th, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The village will be alive with over 100 crafters and […]

Free/For All at ArtNight

Free/For All at ArtNight

Muse/Ique is having a free-for-all, but it shouldn’t come to blows. Street sounds of classical, Latin, and pop fusion collide for a dance party with QUATTRO and soul singer/songwriter Chris Pierce. Family audiences and urban revelers alike are invited to dance, groove, and enjoy food and drinks on the bustling grounds of the Civic Center […]

Making Dashi

Making Dashi

Dashi is a very flavorful basic broth in Japanese cooking. It has a savory taste (umami) and is typically made from dried bonito flakes (Katsuobushi), dried fish (Niboshi) or kelp (Kombu). It is a very important ingredient for traditional Japanese food. Dashi is used not only for soups such as Miso Soup, but also for a […]

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