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Day of Delicious Action

Day of Delicious Action

Slow Food USA has declared this Labor Day a “day of action” to demand better nutrition and better quality food in public schools. To draw attention to the cause, concerned civilians everywhere are holding “eat-ins,” community potlucks to eat and discuss the future of public-school lunches. Potluckers will sign petitions, call members of Congress and [...]

Janis Mann Sings at the Langham

Janis Mann Sings at the Langham

The Langham Huntington’s occasional series of jazz concerts continues on September 5th with a performance by vocalist Janis Mann, who Christopher Louden of Jazztimes describes as “cool and sultry… crystalline as Baccarat’s finest yet smoky as a Dietrich film festival.” The concert is happening in the swank Lobby Lounge and will have seating for just 70 people. [...]

Free Art on Friday

Free Art on Friday

This Friday is the first one of the month, which means admission is free to the Pasadena Museum of California Art — and two exhibitions on view right now are well worth seeing. The first focuses on the life of visionary ceramicist Edith Heath and her influence on design, mid-century modernism and California pottery. The [...]

Water-wise Workshop

Water-wise Workshop

It’s pretty clear that our days of pretending that L.A. is anything but a Mediterranean-like desert are over, and our gardens are all going to have to live with less water. Few communities have more beautiful home gardens than Altadena, which is why Altadena Heritage is taking the lead to offer a hands-on workshop on [...]

Dive-In Movie Night at the Rose Bowl

Dive-In Movie Night at the Rose Bowl

In late August, nothing’s better to escape the Pasadena heat than an air-conditioned movie theater — except a movie theater in a pool! For some summer fun the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center is screening movies poolside, and this weekend’s family-friendly flick is the Robin Williams classic, Hook. You can show up as early as 6:30 [...]

Belgian Beer Festival

Belgian Beer Festival

As if you needed a reason to go to Lucky Baldwins, now through the end of the month both locations are celebrating Belgian beer with deals and T-shirts. More than 50 kinds of hard-to-find Belgian specialties will be available — on tap! — for your enjoyment. Buy a glass and get discounts on more Belgians [...]

Nicole's Warehouse Sale

Nicole's Warehouse Sale

South Pasadenans and Francophiles from all over L.A. know Nicole’s Gourmet Foods as the charmant patio café and gourmet market — but there’s a whole other side of the business that most people never see. Saturday is your chance, when Steven Grandjean (son of founder Nicole Grandjean) open their Gourmet Imports wholesale warehouse in Alhambra for its [...]

Tea and Cabaret?

Tea and Cabaret?

When the Scarlet Tea Room opened in Old Town a few years ago, I was happy to have another place to feed my tea obsession. Scarlet’s elaborate services were fantastic for birthdays and other special events. I had no idea that it would turn the tea room into a free-for-all of indulgence, in the best [...]

Vroman's Cupcake Bake-Off

Vroman's Cupcake Bake-Off

If the cupcake obsession sends you into a tizzy, show off your baking skills at Vroman’s tomorrow at its first Cupcake Bake-Off. Show up  at 5 to enter the bake-off, or just stop by at 5:30 to taste all the magical creations. The winner of the bake-off will receive a copy of Martha Stewart’s Cupcakes. [...]

Cal Phil at the Mill

Cal Phil at the Mill

Just three times a year, the gorgeous grounds of the Old Mill in Pasadena provides the setting for a concert by an small ensemble from the California Philharmonic, and the second one of the year is this Saturday. While you’re there you’ll able to tour the historic building and see the art on exhibit in [...]

Gooden Open House Saturday, January 11

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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