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Women in Networking

Women in Networking

Besides being a Pasadena Weekly columnist and having her one woman show Now That She’s Gone, Ellen Snortland is a goodwill ambassador for the National Women’s History Project, which began in 1980 and successfully lobbied Congress to designate March as National Women’s History Month. To celebrate her-story and our stories, we found the following poem [...]

Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil with P’s Master Chorale

Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil with P’s Master Chorale

Sergei Rachmaninoff composed his All-Night Vigil (also known as Vespers) during a three-week period in 1915. It is a towering achievement and a work of deep faith. Comprised of fifteen movements and based largely on Russian Orthodox chants, the All-Night Vigil is a technical and emotional tour de force. Sung without instruments and lasting just over [...]

Hello, Happy Hour!

Hello, Happy Hour!

“Happy Hour Week” sponsored by the Old Pasadena Management District is actually 14 days long (maybe they’ve indulged in one too many; fuzzy math). Actually, we’re already behind as it started March 1st, so we gotta kick it into high gear; there’s some catchin’ up to do! Twenty-seven participating restaurants and bars are offering food [...]

A Nowruz Bazaar

A Nowruz Bazaar

Nowruz. Pronounced NO-ROOZ. Nowruz is the Persian New Year, the beginning of the year for nearly 500 million people around the world, according to the United Nations. The first of the year falls on the beginning of spring and the vernal equinox, precisely when the sun crosses the equator, which may occur March 19, 20, [...]

It’s Horrors at Caltech

It’s Horrors at Caltech

“Musical theater triumphantly returns to Caltech” the press release says. The object of this praise is the upcoming Little Shop of Horrors, which opens this Friday, February 22nd. Caltech theater always seems to be a whole community endeavor. Not only are there current undergrad and graduate students involved, but Caltech alumna Miranda Stewart is the [...]

Naomi Hirahara of “Strawberry Yellow”

Naomi Hirahara of “Strawberry Yellow”

Fifteen years. Fifteen bloody years. It took that much time for a seed of a novel to germinate, grow, and be mowed down over and over again. I finally became a debut novelist at the age of forty-one. So shares local author Naomi Hirahara, talking about the laborious journey to get her first manuscript written [...]

I Do! I Do! Pasadena Ties the Knot

I Do! I Do! Pasadena Ties the Knot

The wedding gown. Just those words conjure up excitement, expectations, hopes, dreams, as well as despair, dread and even condescension. Opening on Valentine’s Day, February 14th, the Pasadena Museum of History is unveiling its extensive collection of period wedding dresses, including “stunning” dresses on loan from individuals and top designers. Part I (Feb. 14-July 14) [...]

Googie Style & The Love Show

Googie Style & The Love Show

Upswept roofs. Curvaceous, geometric shapes. Glass, steel, and neon. Boomerangs, flying saucers, atoms, and parabolas. Mid-century modern. Googie Architecture. In 1949, John Lautner designed a West Hollywood coffee shop and named it Googies (Googie was a nickname for Lillian K. Burton, wife of the original owner, Mortimer C. Burton). Editor Douglas Haskell insisted on stopping [...]

Elusive Reflections by Lisa Agaran

Elusive Reflections by Lisa Agaran

“The mystery of images-not-clearly-defined invites the viewer to project their own memories, dreams, and interpretations onto each piece.” Artist Lisa Agaran blends painting, collage, and found objects. She works spontaneously and intuitively without preplanning or preconceived ideas. Her newest body of work “Elusive Reflections” can be seen now at The Center for Wellbeing in Sierra [...]

Fresh Produce Comes to Old Pasadena

Fresh Produce Comes to Old Pasadena

Fresh Produce Clothing is opening a boutique in Old Pasadena this weekend with a ribbon-cutting on Friday, February 8th. Fresh Produce has 27 company-owned stores nationwide, sells their line in 400 independent retailers and has an online store. Their clothing line for women also has plus sizes and apparel for girls, with an emphasis on comfort [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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