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Cooking Blue Eggs & Yellow Tomatoes

Cooking Blue Eggs & Yellow Tomatoes

You may not actually tackle recipes involving blue eggs and yellow tomatoes, but you will cook from the book of that name if you sign up for the Cook the Book class at Jennie Cook’s Glassell Park kitchen on October 4th. Author Jeanne Kelley, a Pasadena native, Westridge alum, longtime Bon Appétit recipe developer and author [...]

Sierra Madre Wine and Jazz Walk

Sierra Madre Wine and Jazz Walk

Next weekend the streets of Sierra Madre will come alive with charity, jazz and wine. The 4th Annual Sierra Madre Wine and Jazz Festival takes place the evening of October 3rd, benefiting cancer research and treatment at City of Hope. Wine will be provided by Riboli Family Wine Estates and San Antonio Winery and local [...]

Lower Your Stress Levels at Vroman’s

Lower Your Stress Levels at Vroman’s

Some experts say that as many as 75% of visits to primary-care doctors are for complaints and illnesses related to stress. At Vroman’s during lunchtime on Thursday, physician and author John Horton (that’s right, brother to Hometown Pasadena co-author Mary Jane Horton) will be speaking about his new book, The Inner Game of Stress, co-authored [...]

Hometown Pasadena Five To Appear

Hometown Pasadena Five To Appear

That’s right, the entire squad — Colleen Dunn Bates, Jill Ganon, Sandy Gillis, Mary Jane Horton and Mel Malmberg — will be appearing and signing Hometown Pasadena 2009.2010 at the kickoff open house for Granite Park Place, a swank new condo development in the South Lake neighborhood. Developer Vornado Realty Trust, the Coldwell Banker sales team [...]

Tip a Firefighter, Feed a Family

Tip a Firefighter, Feed a Family

We just heard about tonight’s happening at the Hamlet on Lake in Pasadena, and it sounds like a whole lot of fun. Everyone’s favorite people right now, the Pasadena firefighters, are joining with our equally valued police offers to take over as the waitstaff at the Hamlet. They’ll be competing for tips, and then donating [...]

Star Date Pasadena

Star Date Pasadena

2009 is the International Year of Astronomy, in case you didn’t know, and we can think of no better way to honor it than by getting acquainted with the sky watchers at Carnegie Observatories right here in Pasadena. It’s honoring the year with two events, the first of which is on Sunday: its 8th annual [...]

Songs of the World

Songs of the World

The Pasadena Master Chorale will kick off its first full season this weekend with a brief concert series in Altadena and Pasadena. This first of seven concerts throughout the year, the September program will focus on Songs of the World, featuring American classics, European tunes and more traditional folk music from around the world, sung [...]

La Cañada Wine & Food Tasting

La Cañada Wine & Food Tasting

La Cañada is breathing easier now that the fires have abated, and the town is ready to have fun again. So the timing is perfect for the Kiwanis Club’s seventh annual Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting, comig to Memorial Park on Sunday afternoon. This casual affair is expected to draw around 800 people. More than [...]

Classic Cars Visit South Pas

Classic Cars Visit South Pas

This Sunday, South Pasadena’s Mission Street, a leg of the old Route 66, will be lined with with more than 400 classic cars.  The 5th Annual Cruz’n for Roses Hot Rod and Classic Car Show promotes the city’s float in the Rose Parade — the oldest self-built float in the tournament. Each year South Pasadenans [...]

Look Up at 11:30 on Saturday

Look Up at 11:30 on Saturday

If you’re in west Pasadena/Altadena, Eagle Rock or La Cañada this Saturday, make sure to cast your eyes heavenward between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. That’s when artist Bruce Nauman, in conjunction with the Armory Center for the Arts, will create a skywriting work called “Leave the Land Alone” in the sky above the Arroyo [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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