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Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles, in Pasadena

Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles, in Pasadena

Since early March, the Pasadena Central Library has been hosting two related exhibitions: “Barrio Baseball: The Los Angeles Story” and “Latinas at Work and Play: Pasadena Stories,” presented, respectively, by the Baseball Reliquary and Latino Heritage, two local nonprofits. From the 40s to the 70s, Los Angeles was home a to flourishing amateur and semi-pro [...]

A Private Evening with the Father of Slam

A Private Evening with the Father of Slam

Marc Kelly Smith is the father of Slam Poetry as it is practiced today in a thousand dimly lit cafes across the country. It all began in 1987 at the Green Mill Tavern in Chicago, where Smith built an audience for the performative, competitive, communal, overtly rhythmic style of oral versifying that has so successfully [...]

Linda Johnston & Pet Adoption Fair at Vroman’s

Linda Johnston & Pet Adoption Fair at Vroman’s

If you’re in need or want of a pet, consider stopping by Vroman’s pet adoption fair this Saturday, cosponsored by the Pasadena Humane Society. If you’re not in need or want of a pet, but enjoy mysteries about animal shelters, consider stopping by anyway, as author Lauren Vancouver will be signing and reading from her [...]

Descanso Gardens Cherry Blossom Festival

Descanso Gardens Cherry Blossom Festival

It’s still dark out when I get up, which must mean Spring is here (!), which in turn must mean the cherry trees are blossoming, which means it’s Cherry Blossom Festival Season. Descanso Gardens has a pretty spiffy one this weekend, complete with Japanese tea ceremonies, Japanese cooking demonstrations, cherry tree sales, guided tours of [...]

St. Paddy’s at Lucky’s

St. Paddy’s at Lucky’s

Beer is wonderful, a fact which borders on self-evident. As Californians, we are fortunate to have so many fine craft breweries in our midst, including the extremely local Craftsman Brewery and Eagle Rock Brewery. And as Pasadenans, we are fortunate to have so many fine establishments in which to drink all this fine craft beer: [...]

Step Afrika! at Caltech

Step Afrika! at Caltech

What do you call a tap dance with no shoes? A band with no instruments? According to Caltech, you call it Step Afrika!, a Washington, D.C.-based troupe of professional steppers. Steppers? Steppers. Stepping is percussive dance—kicking, stomping, clamping, chanting—sans shoes, and with, as the name suggests, an African dance heritage. Step Afrika! purports to be [...]

ARTTalk at Boston Court

ARTTalk at Boston Court

Boston Court—now in what, its sixth or seventh year?—has been a wonderful addition to the Pasadena arts scene, with programming that is regularly awesome, and occasionally even free, such as this Saturday’s ARTTalk, a six hour festival dedicated to the spoken word featuring sixteen performances on two stages. That was a long sentence. Though all [...]

From Australia to Pasadena and Back Again: An Architecture Lecture

From Australia to Pasadena and Back Again: An Architecture Lecture

Did you know the first frame house ever built in California was constructed of Tasmanian wood? True story. Lots of Aussies made their way to California during the gold rush years, and brought their architecture with them. Lots of them went back, and with more (or less) than gold: nuggets of Californian culture. Erika Esau [...]

Walk Your Dead Over to Vertical

Walk Your Dead Over to Vertical

Attention zombies and the people who love them: To celebrate the DVD release of AMC’s The Walking Dead, a hit series about, you guessed it, the undead, Vertical Wine Bistro is hosting a zombie party. You might wonder why a chic wine bistro would invite zombies for dinner, but there’s a good reason—owner and Pasadena [...]

More Fun with Nuns

More Fun with Nuns

Just when you thought you’d never have to face Sister again, she’s back—but not as your dreaded 1st grade teacher.* Maripat Donovan, the creator and star of the series of Late Nite Catechism plays, is coming to Pasadena for her latest in the series: ‘Til Death Do Us Part: Late Nite Catechism 3. It’s settling [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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