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Summer Cocktails for Five Acres

Summer Cocktails for Five Acres

This Wednesday, Neomeze will host a swanky benefit for Five Acres, the Boys’ and Girls’ Aid Society of Los Angeles County. The cause is inspiring – the Altadena-based Five Acres is dedicated to supporting children and their families as well as preventing abuse and neglect. The benefit also looks to be great – Neomeze and [...]

Golden Poppy Fete

Golden Poppy Fete

When the city starts to get us down, we dream of the country — a quaint, mythical place of solitude, gardens, fresh food and a chicken or two. Who knew that oasis exists right here in Altadena? For proof, join Altadena Heritage on Sunday at the Golden Poppy Urban Homestead Fete, a celebration of all [...]

Project Home Art Walk

Project Home Art Walk

As the afternoon heat slowly cools this Saturday, head on over to Mission Street in South Pasadena for a fantastic benefit filled with art and wine. It seems like every other building on Mission has a gallery or two, filled with photography, installations and fabric work.  Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Downtown Women’s [...]

Bike Riders Unite!

Bike Riders Unite!

Pasadena Critical Mass Bike Ride Saturday, July 18, 10 a.m.; ride departs at 10:30 a.m. Coming up is the third Saturday of the month, which means it’s time for everybody’s favorite local anarchist’s event, the Pasadena Critical Mass bike ride. A cheerful group of cyclists of every age, shape and outfit meets at Memorial Park [...]

Crowns Opens at Playhouse

Crowns Opens at Playhouse

Newly opened on the main stage at Pasadena Playhouse is Crowns, a musical that premiered in Washington D.C. and won four Helen Hayes awards. Written by Regina Taylor, the play is based on an acclaimed coffee-table book, Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats. The play uses musical portraits to explore the lives of [...]

We've Got the Beets: Eat, Meet & Greet at Altadena Garden

We've Got the Beets: Eat, Meet & Greet at Altadena Garden

Altadena Community Garden Annual Picnic Hometown Pasadena’s Sandy Gillis writes: It’s time once again for Altadena Community Garden’s annual barbecue, for which 108 of us community gardeners have given up our keyboards, our reading time, even some weeding (see plot #44) of the 65 plots in the garden to prepare for a lazy summer afternoon [...]

Free Concerts This Weekend

Free Concerts This Weekend

Here’s the lineup for the coming week/weekend for free concerts in Pasadena and environs. It’s summertime, and the performances are free! Wednesday, July 8 Vagabond Puppets presents Ferdinand the Bull (children’s series) @ 7 p.m., Levitt Pavilion, 85 E. Holly St., Old Pasadena, levittpavilionpasadena.org Thursday, July 9 Lovell Sisters (bluegrass-folk-country) @ 8 p.m., Levitt Pavilion, 85 E. [...]

Old Pasadena Film Festival Begins

Old Pasadena Film Festival Begins

We’d been checking in regularly with Old Pasadena Management to find out details of the annual movie screenings in the One Colorado courtyard, always a highlight of the summer. The folks there were late getting the schedule together, but it turns out it was for a very good reason: This summer the screenings have morphed [...]

Wildlife at the Library

Wildlife at the Library

The afternoons can stretch on when you have little kids and long summer days. On Tuesday afternoon, head to one of the two Altadena libraries for a kid-focused presentation called Habitats & Adaptations. Kids will learn about how wild animals have jobs and houses, just like people, and how animals create and take care of [...]

Wine in the Garden

Wine in the Garden

This Wednesday begins a two-part class on viticulture and wine at Descanso Gardens, led by Adam Baldwin, wine buyer for Whole Foods Market. The classes run this Wednesday and next, in the early evening, and will cover the basics of the steps from growing grapes to making wine. Students will learn the lingo and the [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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