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Baroque Christmas & Beethoven’s 9th

Baroque Christmas & Beethoven’s 9th
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Pasadena Master Chorale will present its Baroque Christmas concert this Saturday with the music of Monteverdi and Handel. The first part of Handel’s famous “Messiah” will be paired with the “sublime” and not often heard “Magnificat” by Claudio Monteverdi. Then, welcome 2013 with energy and bombast with Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. PMC is teaming up with the Los […]

An All Dads’ “Herschel & the Hanukkah Goblins”

An All Dads’ “Herschel & the Hanukkah Goblins”

We’re not sure how this came about, how the actors were roped into this, but the Weizmann Day School‘s production of Eric Kimmel’s Herschel and the Hanukkah Goblins will be an all male cast, all father’s of students. Go dads! This story has become a Hanukkah favorite. Though it doesn’t talk about the original Hannukah […]

Eleven Years of Lebowski

Eleven Years of Lebowski

His name is Bill Green and he’s a new resident of Pasadena. Welcome, Bill! His website Bill Green Studios tells us that he was raised in Louisville, Kentucky, has never broken a bone in his body, does have a fear of heights and has appeared on The Price Is Right. His business is Bill Green […]

Cactus Miniatures

Cactus Miniatures

The title of this post is a bit misleading. It should read, but doesn’t because it’s too long, is “Cactus Gallery‘s 7th Annual Tiny Miniatures Show Opens This Saturday, December 8th.” Forty-five artists will be participating, exhibiting holiday ornaments; mixed media, acrylic, and oil paintings; sculptures and toys; and ceramics and jewelry. All the artwork […]

Michael Connelly at Vroman’s

Michael Connelly at Vroman’s

If you’re a Harry Bosch fan, and into the whole crime and mystery genre, Michael Connelly will be discussing and signing his new novel, The Black Box, at Vroman’s on Saturday, December 1st at 4 p.m. Vroman’s Bookstore 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena 91101 626.449.5320 Vromansbookstore.com

SGV’s Holiday Lights & Fun

SGV’s Holiday Lights & Fun

We are simply suckers for holiday decorating, whether it’s inside or out, one tree on a small lawn, or a mansion decked to the hilt. In case you do as well, here are some holiday “holiday lighting” sights to see, as well as local holiday events. Do you have any experiences to share? Events, streets, […]

Holiday Boutiques, Crafts & Fairs

Holiday Boutiques, Crafts & Fairs

There’s so much going on and not enough space! So, we’re slurping several together in the same post (hope you don’t mind): The Handmade Holiday Boutique: Carlie Ochoa will have edible crafts and Maria Garvin baked goods. Lori Koop will be selling ceramics and Darcy Arena Dichroic glass jewelry. Helga Mycroft has made ornaments, Lori […]

The Holidays on Holly Street

The Holidays on Holly Street

This Thursday, November 29th, from 6-9 p.m. shops on Holly Street in Old Pasadena will hold a holiday party with discounts, give-aways, promotions, hors d’oeuvres, wine, and cocktails. (During the block’s Fall NoCo Week, Jenette Bras was whipping up a smashing Lavender Strap cocktail.) You’ll even be serenaded while you shop at Therapy Pasadena—a jazz […]

Artisan Boutique at PJT

Artisan Boutique at PJT

There’s more shopping to do for the upcoming holidays. This Saturday, the Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center Sisterhood is once again hosting their Artisan Boutique. Handmade, one-of-a-kind works by local artisans will be available for sale, so get ready to be tempted… Little Bookwormz will be on hand with their literary t-shirts, onesies, and bibs. […]

Room 13 at Opus Bank

Room 13 at Opus Bank

The first Room 13 started in Caol Primary School near Fort William, Scotland eleven years ago. The idea of a student-run studio quickly expanded all over the world. Not only is art created, but the group of students “ran the studio as a business, raising funds to buy art materials and employ a professional Artist […]

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