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Eleven Years of Lebowski

Eleven Years of Lebowski

His name is Bill Green and he’s a new resident of Pasadena. Welcome, Bill! His website Bill Green Studios tells us that he was raised in Louisville, Kentucky, has never broken a bone in his body, does have a fear of heights and has appeared on The Price Is Right. His business is Bill Green [...]

Il Fornaio, A Speakeasy

Il Fornaio, A Speakeasy

For one night, Pasadena’s Il Fornaio is turning into a speakeasy, with help from neighborhood friends Elisa B., Goorin Brothers, Wasabi, and Origins. It’s being deemed a Prohibition-era cocktail party with a fashion show to boot. While being serenaded by Dutch Newman and The Musical Melodians, you’re invited to sidle up to the tasting bar [...]

Cactus Miniatures

Cactus Miniatures

The title of this post is a bit misleading. It should read, but doesn’t because it’s too long, is “Cactus Gallery‘s 7th Annual Tiny Miniatures Show Opens This Saturday, December 8th.” Forty-five artists will be participating, exhibiting holiday ornaments; mixed media, acrylic, and oil paintings; sculptures and toys; and ceramics and jewelry. All the artwork [...]

Feynes Mansion Tours Begin

Feynes Mansion Tours Begin

We may be entering a Southern California winter, but why not come visit a “summer home”? The particular summer home we’re talking about would be Fenyes Mansion, which reopens to the public this Friday, December 7th, after a two year, $1.7 million renovation (funded by the Paloheimo Foundation). Docent-led tours—and these are very well-trained docents [...]

Yellow, Yellow

Yellow, Yellow

If you get a chance to amble down Huntington Drive just East of Garfield Avenue, you’ll experience a wash of yellow. The trees growing in the median catch the sunlight and dazzle, while the leaves that have fallen make a carpet underneath, creating the appearance of stripes against the green grass in between. Driving by, [...]

Santa’s Sleigh Toy Drive & More

Santa’s Sleigh Toy Drive & More

Through December 17th, unwrapped, unopened toys can be donated to Santa’s Sleigh: A Rose City Toy Drive. Additionally, if you eat at participating restaurants on Tuesday, December 11th during “Dine Out In Pasadena Day,” 5% of the day’s sales will be donated to purchase even more toys. The goal is to give 100 children the [...]

David Kipen at Literary Fest & Tree Lighting

David Kipen at Literary Fest & Tree Lighting

The holidays and literature seem to go hand-in-hand, so rather than ringing in the season with only the flick of a switch to “light” the Christmas tree, Allendale Public Library is adding a literary angle to the event. David Kipen, proprietor of Libros Schmibros (a lending Library and used bookshop) in Mariachi Plaza and book correspondent [...]

The Season’s Myths & Folktales

The Season’s Myths & Folktales

Myths, folktales, and literature for the holiday season at the South Pasadena Public Library, Tuesday, December 4th. “With an iconic, antique steamer trunk on center stage, three We Tell Stories actors will weave a world of extraordinary stories using everyday items as costumes and props. Audience members will participate from their seats, then join the [...]

Handel’s Messiah

Handel’s Messiah

For ten years, 40+ people have gathered on Saturday mornings at Calvary Presbyterian Church in South Pasadena to practice Handel’s Messiah. Tomorrow, Sunday, December 2nd the public is welcome to sing along. Director Mike Wilson will conduct and the choir will be accompanied by an orchestra, harpsichord, and professional soloists. George Frideric Handel composed this [...]

A Taste of Fall

A Taste of Fall

  It’s not an East Coast fall—with hundred year old maples blinding you with thousands of bright yellow leaves, or the next tree with mixes of oranges, or the one after that with shades of reds from raspberry to burgundy. Here in Southern California, we have to look for our fall. We found a patch [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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