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The Art of Ralli

The Art of Ralli

The art is called ralli. The products are quilts. Traditionally, these quilts are made by women in the areas of Sindh, Pakistan and western India. Some are patchwork quilts, applique, or embroidery. No designs are written down, but rather passed down from generation to generation, mother to daughter. Naina is a textile artist and will [...]

Tall Men Group

Tall Men Group

Severin Browne, Jeff Kossack, John Stowers, Ed Tree, Jimmy “Muffin” Yessian, and Marty Axelrod meet once a month to enjoy Jimmy’s cooking. Oh yeah, and to bring in new songs they’ve written…based on an agreed-upon theme of the month. The best of those songs will be performed by them, the Tall Men Group, Saturday, July 20th [...]

From Mars Attacks! to True Grit

From Mars Attacks! to True Grit

The little ‘uns will enjoy Fantastic Mr. Fox. Grandpa will revel in True Grit—yes, the 1969 version with John Wayne. “Get off your horse and drink your milk!” (supposedly, one of his famous sayings).         Aunt Agnes is going for Woody Allen’s early classic Sleeper (favorite!)… …while Uncle Pete is looking to revisit the [...]

Piano Spheres with Vicki Ray

Piano Spheres with Vicki Ray

An evening of piano music inspired from painting, sculpture, and the visual arts. Pianist Vicki Ray is a soloist and collaborative artist and a founding member in 1994 of Piano Spheres, along with Leonard Stein. Though he has since passed away, “his mark on Piano Spheres is indelible: make great programs, stretch yourself, help create [...]

Chinese Dance & Behind the Scenes Photography

Chinese Dance & Behind the Scenes Photography

One show remains to complete the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse’s season—and it’s free. Friday, July 12th, students from Wlutont Elementary in Beijing, China will present an evening of traditional Chinese dance and music—and interestingly enough, performances of Auld Lang Syne and It’s a Small World. On July 27th, the Playhouse will offer aspiring or established photographers [...]

A 1941 Willy’s, The Candy Wrapper Museum & “Alcestis”

A 1941 Willy’s, The Candy Wrapper Museum & “Alcestis”

This Sunday, get a rare view of some classic cars on the Grand Lawn of the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena. “Barn Finds” include a 1929 Hudson towing a 1932 trailer (the country’s first patented travel trailer), as well as a 1941 Willy’s 100 point car, an award-winning 1958 Edsel restoration, and a 1959 Corvette 283/245 [...]

POP’s Mikado

POP’s Mikado

They describe Yum-Yum as “the very happiest girl in Japan,” Peep Po as “pert as a school girl well can be,” and says of Pitti Sing that her “saber true cuts cleanly through the cervical vertebrae.” And with that, the Pacific Opera Project introduces their latest production, Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado, which is scheduled for Porticos [...]

Her Parlor Boys, Salty Suites, and Tumbleweed

Her Parlor Boys, Salty Suites, and Tumbleweed

You don’t have to be a senior citizen to attend free, family-friendly concerts this summer at Pasadena’s Memorial Park bandshell every Tuesday evening, 6-7 p.m., sponsored by the Pasadena Senior Center. * July 2 – Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys offer a nostalgic musical journey back to the 1900 to 1930 era. * July [...]

Strangelove & Depeche Mode

Strangelove & Depeche Mode

The party’s in the Plaza. The Plaza at the Pasadena Convention Center during their Music on the Plaza Series. Friday, June 28th, the tribute band Strangelove that supposedly has four members that not only sound, but also look like the real members of Depeche Mode. They are said to deliver a “fun and staggeringly authentic [...]

LA Street Food Fest at Rose Bowl

LA Street Food Fest at Rose Bowl

There’s almost too much information to process—restaurants are representing, chefs are creating, food trucks and carts are dishing it out, stands and pop-ups are all on board. It’s the 4th Annual L.A. Street Food Fest, Saturday, June 29th at the Rose Bowl. Ceviche Project, Kitchen Mouse, Mama Musubi and our own Dog Haus Dogs, Sushi [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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