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Wine & Song This Summer

Wine & Song This Summer

Another evening of wine and song; part of the Wednesday Wine & Song Concert Series—”a mid-week, spirit-lifting hootenanny”—thanks to musician and host Brad Colerick. As per usual, the location is the Arroyo Seco Grill at the golf course in South Pasadena. It’s a funky, intimate spot right off the putting green. Food is available; the […]

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Car Show

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Car Show

We thought the word was “hot rod.” Are we merely misremembering the cars in Rebel Without a Cause and American Graffitti? Appearing at the 5th Annual LA County Sheriff’s Department Altadena Station Car Show (could that name be any longer) is what’s being called “street rods.” Also showing off their goods will be vintage trucks and […]

Mystery Lit: Holmes, Sherlock & the Consulting Detective

Mystery Lit: Holmes, Sherlock & the Consulting Detective

Ellen Dostal writing for Broadway Word calls it a “roguishly handsome production” and an “epic whodunit” with a cast that has “whip-smart abilities. Where Wicked Lit uses the mausoleum to achieve a spooky effect, the train depot plays into the dark and foggy night intrigue of Victorian England. It’s a surprisingly versatile canvas on which […]

“A Handbag?!!” Notes on “Being Earnest”

“A Handbag?!!” Notes on “Being Earnest”

Editor’s note: We are seduced every time by Oscar Wilde’s wit and cutting dialogue, as our well-thumbed copy of The Collected Works of Oscar Wilde will attest. Parson’s Nose Theater presents a reading of  The Importance of Being Earnest on June 10 and 11. Thanks to Parson’s Nose co-founder Lance Davis, we shall let the professionals do […]

2-Day Painting Workshop in the Arroyo & Eaton Canyon

2-Day Painting Workshop in the Arroyo & Eaton Canyon

Laurie Hendricks, owner of Laurie Hendricks Gallery on Mission Street in South Pasadena, leads a 2-day plein air painting workshop June 16 and 17. Each day the workshop begins at 10 a.m. and continues for six hours until 4 p.m. Saturday’s location shall be in the Arroyo Seco and Sunday’s class is scheduled for Eaton Canyon. Class size is […]

2nd Saturday Pomona Art Walk

2nd Saturday Pomona Art Walk

Pomona’s 2nd Saturday Art Walk is not only all things art, but a farmers market, a venue for live music, workshops, and a vintage car show. Almost two dozen galleries participate in Art Walk holding artist receptions for their current exhibits. Among them are 2nd Street Sculptor Park, Community Brains Art Gallery, Smoking Mirrors, and the Lucille […]

Artes Vocales “Breaking Free”

Artes Vocales “Breaking Free”

Artes Vocales of Los Angeles presents its spring concert “Breaking Free” with a pre-concert soiree and silent auction at First United Methodist Church on June 3. We’ve read that the acoustics of the sanctuary are “superior,” so if this program is of interest… Breaking Free explores the universal yearning for freedom from a variety of perspectives, […]

A Pre-Existing Condition

A Pre-Existing Condition

Our thanks to Dulce Stein for bringing to our attention the new exhibit at Neutra Gallery, presented by the Kahlo Collective: “A Pre-Existing Condition.” Exhibiting artists include Daggi Wallace, Eva Polonkai, Kristine Augustyn, Madeleine Wories, Mati Russo, Ginette Rondeau, Nurit Avesar, Robyn Hardy-Altorre, Serena Potter, and Frederika Beesemyer Roeder. A Pre-Existing Condition Neutra Institute Gallery […]

An Evening Among the Roses

An Evening Among the Roses

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles is the special guest performing at the 4th annual “An Evening Among the Roses.” This fun and colorful garden party “celebrates Pride Month by recognizing the vital contributions that The Huntington’s LGBTQ+ staff, donors, artists, and scholars make to our community.” The evening includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dancing. […]

Knowledges @ Mt. Wilson Observatory

Knowledges @ Mt. Wilson Observatory

Gaze at nebula, star clusters, planets, and the moon all while listening to live musical accompaniment at Mt. Wilson Observatory’s “Knowledges” series on June 3 and 4. Two of the largest telescopes in the world—the 60-inch telescope and the 100-inch Hooker telescope—are available to the public during these “micro-concerts” limited to a capacity of 20-25 […]

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