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Rosie Bowl

Rosie Bowl

If men running and cutting, slamming and tackling are not your thing, then rather than labor through Super Bowl XLIX, maybe Rosie Bowl II will be to your liking. The Pawtriots and Sea Dogs, shelter dogs at the Pasadena Humane Society, have been committed and training hard. They will take to the “gridiron” looking for […]

Share Food. Spread Love

Share Food. Spread Love

Jennie Cook knows it’s a busy night. And this year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday. Cook asks, How will you appreciate your loved ones on the busiest restaurant night of the year? Her suggestion? Eat in the comfort of your own home with a meal prepared by expert, loving hands. Start the evening with […]

The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll

The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll wrote extensively. Not only all the Alice books, Jabberwocky, The Hunting of the Snark, etc., but journals. Supposedly, Carroll wrote from his early twenties all the way until a year before his death in 1898. Four volumes are presumed to have been lost, but all surviving nine volumes were eventually published. Intriguingly, ten […]

From Lines to Magic

From Lines to Magic

Artist and teacher Régine Verougstraete aims to help bring life to your drawings so that you may be “in the flow of your own creative heart/art.” The Joy of Drawing class at SPACE Arts Center is meant to be a period of time and space where students may relax and enjoy the creative process. You […]

Holly Near at NUU

Holly Near at NUU

Holly Near has built a distinctive career by using music to champion deeply felt political causes, often before anyone else had dared to do so. So comments Musician Guide about musician Holly Near who was born in Ukiah, California in 1949. Since childhood when she made up songs, Near has written and sung, increasingly topical […]

The Barber of Seville

The Barber of Seville

Ah, the beautiful Rosina! Ah, the handsome Count Almaviva! Ugh, the slimy old Doctor Bartholo! Ha, the scurrilous servant Figaro! “Gold, Monsieur, is the lubricant of mischief!” Dr. Bartholo, the old physician, entraps his ward, the beautiful Rosina, conniving to wed her for her fortune. Enter the humble and handsome Count Almaviva and his mischievous […]

Girl Friday’s Famous Baby

Girl Friday’s Famous Baby

Girl Friday is starting out the new year with Karen Rizzo’s Famous Baby, published in 2014 by Pasadena’s Prospect Park Books. On January 23, at SPACE Arts Center, local writer and author Karen Rizzo will chat, sip wine, answer questions, eat dessert, and read from her debut novel Famous Baby. For those who like to […]

Greg Critser Cartoons

Greg Critser Cartoons

There is, apparently, a happy marriage between food, politics, pop culture and watercolor, as evidenced by Greg Critser’s artwork that adorns the walls of Euro Pane 1 on Colorado Boulevard. The Pasadena artist displays a knack for revealing absurdity as well as creating it, as each of his simple, brightly colored and simple featured comics […]

Elemental: Light

Elemental: Light

The funny thing about light is that you can’t really see it. You can see the things that make light, like the sun, the light bulb overhead, or the fire in the fireplace. You can see other things like leaves, rocks, rooms, cars, and buildings because of the light that bounces off their surfaces into […]

Silver Gloves…Boxing That Is

Silver Gloves…Boxing That Is

We’re not huge fans of right hooks to the face but we know a lot of people, some dear friends, who are enthralled with the sport of boxing. As such, we are including an event happening this weekend, in which some may be interested enough to attend. January 9th-11th, the Pasadena Human Services and Recreation […]

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