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Women's History Month at Caltech

Women's History Month at Caltech

Rumor has it there will be some awesome events at Caltech this month in honor of Women’s History Month. The theme this year is “Women: Taking the Lead to Save Our Planet.” The specifics have not been published yet, but we’ll keep our eyes out for what promise to be some awesome lectures. For more [...]

Race for the Cure – Los Angeles

Race for the Cure – Los Angeles

This month is all about running in Pasadena. Sunday, March 15 is the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, supporting breast cancer research in the greater Los Angeles area. In addition to the run, there are a few less talked about ways to support this organization – like Knit for the Cure and, strangely, [...]

Stephen Hawking: Why We Should Go Into Space

Stephen Hawking: Why We Should Go Into Space

Next week Stephen Hawking will be visiting Caltech to give his annual public lecture. One of the world’s most famous scientists, Hawking is the author of the bestselling A Brief History of Time and has been a leading researcher on everything from black holes to the nature of space. Although he usually works at Cambridge [...]

Arroyo Seco: Photographs by William Kelly

Arroyo Seco: Photographs by William Kelly

All of us who live near the Arroyo Seco have a relationship to it – whether it is walking the Arroyo every Wednesday or remembering playing in that cement pond when we were six. This Saturday, William Kelly gives us his vision of the Arroyo, in beautiful black and white.  Join us at SPACE for [...]

Pasadenan Diane Emley at Vroman's

Pasadenan Diane Emley at Vroman's

We’re all about the hometown, as we hope you know by now, so of course we’re pleased with the success of local author Diane Emley. She’ll be at Vroman’s Wednesday night to talk about and sign her new book, The Deepest Cut. It’s the conclusion to her crime-novel trilogy starring Pasadena detective Nan Vining. The [...]

Tree People, Head to City Hall Tonight

Tree People, Head to City Hall Tonight

As readers of this site, the Star-News and the connected blogs in town know, the city of Pasadena cut down the stately ficus trees in front of Vroman’s a few nights ago. More trees are slated to fall soon. First, please read Larry Wilson’s most recent editorial here, and then read Cafe Pasadena’s post here, [...]

Black History Parade

Black History Parade

The 27th Annual Black History Parade is set to take place this Saturday, February 21. This year’s theme is “In Our Lifetime: Linking our Past to Our Changing Future,” and many involved in the festivites note the true air of celebration in the air. Pasadena native Lena Kennedy will be the Community Grand Marshall. A [...]

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

For decades the Rialto opened its doors on Saturday nights to a line of fanatics winding down the street. The midnight showings are kind of a big deal. Even if you have no desire to go, driving by the theatre at 11:30 or so will make you smile. Although the theatre is now, sadly, mostly [...]

Pasadena Dance Festival

Pasadena Dance Festival

Lineage Dance, Pasadena’s premier contemporary dance company, is producing the Pasadena Dance Festival 2009 at the Civic Auditorium, Saturday, February 21. City grants, plus Lineage’s commitment to making the arts available to all, yield a big dance fest for the San Gabriel Valley for the second year in a row. And did we mention that [...]

"The Last Full Measure of Devotion" – Abraham Lincoln at the Huntington

"The Last Full Measure of Devotion" – Abraham Lincoln at the Huntington

Everyone around here knows the Huntington Library is one of the best archives in the nation. We always knew it had a million magnificent things, but did you know that its collection on Abraham Lincoln is right up there with those of the Library of Congress and the Lincoln Presidential Library? Awesome. In light of the 200th [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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