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Pony Box’s “Edge” at Lineage

Pony Box’s “Edge” at Lineage

One day our daughter created a drawing that is now our logo. When questioned about what she drew, she replied, “A pony box. You put everything in it.” The term “pony box” became a catch all phrase that means everything and anything… Art + music + dance + theatre + film = Pony Box Dance [...]

Friday Night Music with Raúl Pacheco

Friday Night Music with Raúl Pacheco

Raúl Pacheco looks like, sounds like, and appears to be one of the nicest guys on the planet with one of the best smiles in the world. He’s also the guitarist and sings vocals for the Grammy Award-winning group Ozomatli, which “fuses music from around the world in an urban-Latino-and-beyond collision of hip hop and salsa, [...]

Mozart & Memories: Pro Musica’s 50th

Mozart & Memories:  Pro Musica’s 50th

To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Pasadena Pro Musica welcomes one of their most accomplished alumna. Mezzo-soprano Paula Rasmussen has not only had an international career, performing with L.A. Opera, New York City Opera, Glyndebourne, and Opèra National de Paris, she’s a litigation attorney. Luckily for audiences, Rasmussen, “who began her career as a young member [...]

Le Salon de Musiques

Le Salon de Musiques

An evening of profound music and impressive musicians in an intimate setting where no stage divides the audience from the performers. It’s the season finale for Le Salon de Musiques’ “without walls” chamber music concert series. Le Salon founder and artistic director François Chouchan welcomes music lovers to come hear the “wonderful and almost unknown” neo-romantic [...]

Ferraris on Colorado

Ferraris on Colorado

The official website states that Ferrari was “born” in 1947. Not that it was founded, established, or created, but born. Then again, when one has engineered the 250 GTO, which is considered “one of the most famous cars in history,” “legendary” models like the 275 and Daytona, and the Testarossa, “one of the most iconic [...]

Magnificent & Messy

Magnificent & Messy

Look down the lane as you drive or look up while on a stroll and you’ll see massive umbrellas of grouped panicles, flowering purple-blue. It’s magnificent. If you look down, you’ll see a dusting—along the street, across the sidewalk, on green lawns—of fallen blossoms. Some see a magical carpet, some see a mess. It’s spring and [...]

LitFest on the Prowl

LitFest on the Prowl

From Central Park to the Playhouse District, LitFest 2014 is on the prowl. In Vroman’s courtyard, restaurant critic and Ruth Reichl will chat with L.A. Times’ Arts & Entertainment Editor Laurie Ochoa about Reichl’s debut novel Delicious, followed by a discussion about “the state of food culture” with Taco U.S.A. author Gustavo Arellano. Wine will be [...]

Letters from Zora

Letters from Zora

The first book I read of Alice Walker’s was not The Color Purple, which still surprises me because outside of a college campus, I’m devout when it comes to fiction reading. My mother, I believe, was the person who recommended Walker’s In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens:  Womanist Prose (1983). In Walker’s essay “Looking for [...]

Bombastic Fifth Symphony

Bombastic Fifth Symphony

The Pasadena Symphony closes its 86th season with Tchaikovsky’s “dazzling” Piano Concerto No. 1 and the “bombastically popular” Fifth Symphony by Shostakovich. Jahja Ling conducts and Shai Wosner’s on piano. NPR’s All Things Considered says, “Shai Wosner’s fingers are at the service of a keen musical mind and deep musical soul…he’s downright thrilling.” Pasadena Symphony’s [...]

Second Saturdays at Jones’

Second Saturdays at Jones’

If you like original music, as well as a bit of Bowie, Neil Young, and Amadeus Mozart, head over to Jones Coffee Roaster for the first of their Second Saturdays. CoNcEnTr8s will lead the evening, featuring violinist Tylana Renga Enomot, cellist Peter Jacobson, and “the incomparable” William Logan on drums. The trios’ first album, RawBits, [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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