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Pasadena History Goes Literary

Pasadena History Goes Literary

Something’s going on at the formerly sleepy Pasadena Museum of History — its roster of fall events is remarkably rich. If you’re a reader and/or a writer — and who isn’t at least one of those? — take note of two upcoming events with a literary bent. The first is a Chinese meal and discussion [...]

Gary V the Wine Guy at Vroman’s

Gary V the Wine Guy at Vroman’s

Expect a crowd at Vroman’s on Thursday night, when Gary Veynerchuk will appear to speak and sign his new book, Crush It. But if you’re an oenophile hoping to chat about Calatayud wines, this won’t be the event for you — although Veynerchuk is famous for the online videos of his hyperactive, regular-guy wine discussions, [...]

Racial Justice Breakfast

Racial Justice Breakfast

We’re looking forward to joining Ann Erdman, the city of Pasadena’s public information officer, at her table for the Women for Racial Justice breakfast on Monday, sponsored by the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley. It’s part of the Y’s Bridge Builder series, designed to strengthen community. We’ll also be gathering to honor Marge Wyatt, a former Pasadena [...]

Do Good & Eat Free at New Stonefire

Do Good & Eat Free at New Stonefire

Stonefire Grill, a small restaurant chain started by a couple of self-described soccer moms from Valencia, opens in East Pasadena this weekend, and the kickoff is a an unusual fundraiser that promises to be a big hit. For those who make reservations in advance, dinner on Saturday night will be completely free — diners will [...]

Richard III at a Noise Within

Richard III at a Noise Within

A Noise Within, the classical repertory theater company that’s long been based in Glendale (but is moving to Pasadena next year), has kicked off the new season with a production of Shakespeare’s Richard III. Directed by the company’s co-artistic director, Geoff Elliott, the production hews to the classic standards; it’s set in 1483 and chronicles [...]

Free Book Swap at Vroman’s

Free Book Swap at Vroman’s

Goodreads, the book-lover’s social networking site started by a UCLA student, is partnering with Vroman’s this Saturday to host a book swap. Everyone’s encouraged to bring their summer-reading books and swap them with fellow readers. Kudos to Vroman’s for helping with this event, because it’s free and involves no money changing hands for books — [...]

Huntington Food & Wine Fest Returns

Huntington Food & Wine Fest Returns

It’s not easy to find out about the annual food and wine festival that supports Huntington Hospital (this year, the Center for Trauma Care) — there’s almost no promotion for it, and a web site doesn’t go up until tickets are almost sold out. And yet everyone seems to know about it, because it’s one of [...]

Family Stories at Pasadena Museum of History

Family Stories at Pasadena Museum of History

An exceptionally rich program is taking place Sunday at the Pasadena Museum of History. Called Family Stories: A Celebration of Community, the afternoon is built around the museum’s current main exhibit, Family Stories: Sharing a Community’s Legacy (also on view tonight for ArtNight). The afternoon will bring a variety of performances, including by singer and [...]

Death by Cat

Death by Cat

While you’re cruising Pasadena’s museums on Friday evening as part of ArtNight, make sure to stop by Gold Bug in Old Town for the opening of its most unusual new show, Death by Cat. The wonderfully quirky and exotic gift shop will be displaying the photographs of New York State photographer Bruce Wolf, which chronicle [...]

ArtNight Again

ArtNight Again

Now that ArtNight has had a few seasons here in Pasadena — it arrives once each spring and once each fall — it’s become one of the most popular happenings of the year. Everyone gets into the game: all the museums and arts organizations, a bunch of restaurants, the local bike-riders’ group called CICLE, and [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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