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Santa on Deck

Santa on Deck

Santa’s a busy guy right now, and yet somehow he’s finding time to visit with children in Old Town Pasadena. On Christmas eve you’ll find him in the Old Colorado courtyard, where there’s also an impressive tree and, quite often, live music. And even though he’s not officially there this week until Christmas eve, we [...]

A Baroque Christmas with PPM

A Baroque Christmas with PPM

The marketplace for Christmas concerts is extremely competitive, and fairly redundant, as many shows fill out their programs with the same old popular selections one hears every year. If you want to hear something you’ve never heard before, consider Pasadena Pro Musica’s holiday choral concert on Sunday. PPM is dedicated to bringing audiences “less frequently [...]

Christmas Cinema, Playhouse District Style

Christmas Cinema, Playhouse District Style

The Playhouse District Association is getting in on the holiday spirit with a free (that is, $0) screening of The Polar Express, the film adaptation of the beloved children’s Christmas story; the movie is known mostly for making people uncomfortable. In addition to a free show, attendees will be feted with holiday treats and surprises [...]

The Nutcracker Swings!

The Nutcracker Swings!

And boy does it ever. Christmas is a musical holiday, maybe the most musical of all. It’s been celebrated in many genres, from rock (Trans-Siberian Orchestra, anyone?) to techno, to, of course, classical. There’s something about jazz, though, that makes for a really special holiday feeling. If you want to share in that feeling, and [...]

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

Sure, it’s an old chestnut, and you’ve seen it a few dozen (hundred?) times before… but you’ve probably never seen anything like the Parson’s Nose production we’re looking forward to this weekend. This witty, lively, remarkably talented theater troupe based in South Pasadena puts on staged readings at Jameson Brown Coffee Roaster on Allen. Like [...]

Shopper’s Heaven on Friday

Shopper’s Heaven on Friday

We’ve got two hot tips for you shoppers for Friday, December 11: 1. Not many people know that Tommy Bahama‘s womenswear design operation is headquartered right here in Pasadena, in the Raymond Avenue center that also houses Jones Coffee. And even fewer know that they’re having a sample sale on Friday from 11 a.m. to [...]

North Lake Shop Hop

North Lake Shop Hop

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, which means ever more Christmas music, Christmas shopping and Christmas parties. Only one of these things is fun in high doses (and even that’s a stretch): the parties. You know who knows how to party, Christmas-style? The Altadena Arts Coalition, which is bringing a bit of the [...]

Christmas Tree Lane Lighting & Festival

Christmas Tree Lane Lighting & Festival

Everyone knows the best thing about Christmas is Christmas trees. What not everyone knows is that Southern California, despite its distinctly un-wintry climate (except perhaps for this week), is home to some of the most picturesque Christmas trees in the universe. Chief among these SoCal trees, of course, are the ones lining Altadena’s Christmas Tree [...]

Offramp Art Gallery Holiday Reception

Offramp Art Gallery Holiday Reception

Art is good. Good art is better. Good art with music and wine is, in most circumstances, the best — and that’s just what you’ll find next Sunday at Offramp, a relatively new gallery in a historic property. The reason for this party? The closing reception for their current exhibition, Small Works, a 12-artist show [...]

Lighting the Big Tree

Lighting the Big Tree

Tuesday brings the annual lighting of the city of Pasadena’s 20-foot Noble fir tree. Mayor Bill Bogaard will turn on the lights and kick off a celebration that includes music and food. To keep in the city’s increasingly green spirit, Pasadena Water & Power donated LED tree lights that use 90% less energy than traditional [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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