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Stoneface

Stoneface

In the 1924 classic silent comedy, Sherlock Jr., its dreaming protagonist, played by the picture’s star and director, the great Buster Keaton, literally walks into a movie he’s watching and becomes part of the action. It’s a theme that’s had many a variation played on it since then—Woody Allen’s The Purple Rose of Cairo, for [...]

Magical Music at the Mill

Magical Music at the Mill

Surrounded by pomegranate trees on the patio at the Old Mill in San Marino, guests may enjoy a summer evening, sitting only feet away from the musicians. Once every month, the Old Mill presents intimate summer concerts, and this year it’s all about the ensemble of instrumental performers, as in four of them. On June 28th, [...]

French Toast – Isa Style

French Toast – Isa Style

Ingredients: 2 eggs ½ cup 2% milk A pinch of cinnamon 1 teaspoon raw sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla 3 little melon ball scoops of butter, plus extra 3 slices of sourdough bread Powdered sugar Pure maple syrup Fragrant early summer ripe peach Directions: Put milk into mixing bowl. Crack in eggs and whisk. Add cinnamon, [...]

Music & Art at Hsi Lai

Music & Art at Hsi Lai

Practicing compassion through music and art. That is the “about” listed for the Hsi Lai Temple located in the southern-most part of San Gabriel Valley, in Hacienda Heights. Saturday, June 21st, Hsi Lai Temple is holding its first music and arts festival. Soulful and alternative Lotus Band will be performing, as will the folk-pop duo [...]

Interlocking Sculptures

Interlocking Sculptures

The forms and images are abstract, yet evoke the living form, reminiscent of plants and the human body. This is the basic definition of biomorphic. Biomorphism is “an art movement that began in the 20th century. Isamu Noguchi was a Japanese American artist, landscape architect, sculptor, and set designer. “In 1947, Noguchi…joined with George Nelson, [...]

Levitt Pavilion Welcomes Summer

Levitt Pavilion Welcomes Summer

Father’s Day, June 15th, opens Levitt Pavilion Pasadena‘s summer of 50 free concerts. Jazz singer Barbara Morrision kicks things off Sunday evening with her jazz program. After a twenty-year career, Morrison has been called legendary, acclaimed, and compared to some of the greatest female jazz and blues singers. She’s appeared and performed with the likes of [...]

Need a Spare?

Need a Spare?

Various sights seen while running errands, going to meetings, completing jury duty…           Lots of cranes, road closures, and building going on around town…here is intersection of El Molino Avenue and Green Street…   At El Molino Avenue and Ardmore Road, a big puff ball of a tree…       [...]

Beet Cabbage Slaw with Lime Dressing

Beet Cabbage Slaw with Lime Dressing

Ingredients: ½ large head of your favorite cabbage 1 large beet 3 large carrots The juice of one lime 1 tablespoon honey 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 2 tablespoons soy sauce   Directions: Finely chop your cabbage into small strips. Place in a large bowl. Wash your beet and peel if it’s not organic (but try [...]

“Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale”

“Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale”

“Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale” is what local artist and thingmaker Dave Lovejoy calls it… Folks often ask where I get my materials – here’s one such place: Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale. In the Arts District of Highland Park, this event features antiques, collectibles, vintage items, art work, curiosities, and [...]

“Believe” at Ave. 50 Studio

“Believe” at Ave. 50 Studio

“Three years ago I was blessed and honored to be awarded an artist fellowship from the Sacatar Foundation in Bahía, Brazil. I was profoundly moved by my experiences there—the warmly welcoming community, the rich cultural mixing, the palpable spiritually—and they have seeped continuously into my artwork ever since,” writes artist J Michael Walker. His newest [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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