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Cleaning Up Your Act

Cleaning Up Your Act

Hybrid, biodiesel, CNG, ethanol, water-wise. These are just a few of the technologies you can learn about, learn more about, and finally define…what does compressed natural gas (CNG) even mean? Come find out at the Clean-Air Car Show & Green Living Expo this Sunday in South Pas. You’ll see alternative fuel vehicles spurred to run [...]

Halloween: It’s Wicked!

Halloween: It’s Wicked!

The line-up has been disclosed. The “Eeek” factor has been turned up a notch. It’s time to purchase your tickets for this year’s Wicked Lit. This Halloween, Wicked Lit (from Unbound Productions producers/directors Paul Millet, Jeff G. Rack, and Jonathan Josephson of History Lit), will be held at the beautiful, formidable Mountain View Mausoleum and [...]

Find Your Voice, Shoot Your Baby

Find Your Voice, Shoot Your Baby

The Pasadena Public Library is trying to help you find your voice, either through the written word or through a lens. Esther Bradley-DeTally will lead a 6-week class starting September 7th, during which she will guide writing enthusiasts, helping them to find and develop their “true voice.” Bradley-DeTally will use various modes of writing to [...]

Obama’s Groove

Obama’s Groove

Stepping across the finish line with hope, optimism, and excitement—those were certainly several out of a gazillion competing emotions Barack Obama felt on the night of November 4, 2008. It’s four years later. It’s been a grind. Being the 44th President of the United States of America has not lived up to his hopes and [...]

This Week at the Levitt: The Decoders

This Week at the Levitt: The Decoders

It’s Levitt time: six weeks of free concerts, Wednesday through Sunday, in good old Memorial Park. As we do every year, we’ll be spotlighting one show a week for the duration. Because, you know, we’re curators. Our pick this week is The Decoders, who play “modern-Jamaican Lovers Rock-inspired” interpretations of soul classics from the Music Sales catalog: Earth, [...]

PMCA’s LAYER Artists Talk to KCRW

PMCA’s LAYER Artists Talk to KCRW

We wrote a little about PMCA’s current installation, Layer: A Loose Horizon, when it opened back at the start of June. It’s about space and perception and… the perception of space. Not as terrible a description as you might think. Still pretty bad, though. For a much less terrible account of Layer, come to the PMCA this Saturday to join [...]

Boston Court World Premieres Adapation of Gogol’s “The Government Inspector”

Boston Court World Premieres Adapation of Gogol’s “The Government Inspector”

Gogol published The Government Inspector in 1836, and then again in 1842. It’s about a poor clerk whom the corrupt officials of a small town in Tsarist Russia mistake for the titular official. Hijinks ensue. As with most classic satires, the people in it are generally no good at all. Boston Court is partnering with Pasadena’s Furious [...]

This Week at the Levitt: Ernie Watts Quartet

This Week at the Levitt: Ernie Watts Quartet

It’s Levitt time: six weeks of free concerts, Wednesday through Sunday, in good old Memorial Park. As we do every year, we’ll be spotlighting one show a week for the duration. Because, you know, we’re curators. Our pick this week is the Ernie Watts Quartet, a jazz outfit led by the eponymous two-time Grammy winner. There’s been a lot of [...]

The First Ever NoCo Week

The First Ever NoCo Week

We, as a society, cannot get enough of abbreviation and acronym, particularly when it comes to geography. The latest exhibit: NoCo, or North of Colorado, as in the Boulevard. The first ever NoCo Week started today, Monday the 30th, and lasts through Sunday August 5th. What does NoCo week mean to you? Free stuff. Or [...]

Old Pasadena Film Festival, Terminus

Old Pasadena Film Festival, Terminus

It’s the last week of the Old Pasadena Film Festival, which is a shame, because few things are as pleasurable as sitting outside on a warm summer evening, watching a movie. And there are some good ones this week: Napoleon Dynamite on Thursday, What’s Up, Doc? and Vicky Cristina Barcelona on Friday, and a Streetcar Named Desire and Psycho on Saturday. Click here for specific locations and [...]

Gooden Open House Saturday, January 11

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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