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What a Long, Strange…

What a Long, Strange…

“What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been: 35 Years of the Pasadena Doo Dah Parade.” Yes, that’s quite a mouthful. But it also makes sense; our local Doo Dah Parade is a spectacle that assaults all of our senses. Our eyes widen as we see a table set for eight, complete with china, hot food, [...]

ArtVenture: Free Events for Kids

ArtVenture: Free Events for Kids

For the remaining 3 Wednesdays of August, Paseo Colorado is hosting Summer ArtVenture with arts, crafts and music. This Wednesday, August 15th, 2-4 p.m. the Pacific Asia Museum will have a story time, “lion dance” masks to try on, and they will bring all the materials so kids can design a kimono and make dragon [...]

Styling for Charity

Styling for Charity

He liked to mow lawns and garden. He became mesmerized with the effects of peroxide when he experimented on his own hair. After seeing a Vidal Sassoon team—so put-together and dashing—at McLaren Hall, he chose their image as a role model. He attended 9 high schools and as many different foster care homes in a [...]

From Storytelling to cicLAvia

From Storytelling to cicLAvia

The Arroyo Seco Foundation‘s calendar for this Fall is all over the map. In a good way. This Saturday, August 11th, Troy Evans’ Montana Tales & Other Bad Ass Business is scheduled for Friends of the Southwest Museum at Debs park starting at 6:30 p.m. The Audubon Center at Debs Park will host its last [...]

710 Freeway Meeting

710 Freeway Meeting

Wednesday, August 8th, the Metro’s Community Liaison Council Meeting will now be held at the Pasadena Scottish Rite Center at 150 N. Madison Avenue from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. This meeting is in regard to the “SR-710 Study” project that’s looking into the idea of connecting the 710 Freeway with possibly the I-210 Freeway [...]

Grateful for Scarves

Grateful for Scarves

Scarves and Hats. Knitted and crocheted. Operation Gratitude. The goal: bring a smile, lift morale, express appreciation. Every year, Operation Gratitude sends 100,000 care packages to U.S. service members serving in hostile territories—and also to their children who are home without them, as well as to wounded veterans and first responders. For the month of [...]

Beautiful Blooming Bulbs

Beautiful Blooming Bulbs

Some of ‘em are good, some of ‘em not so good. This Thursday, August 9th, Mary McBride will explain what bulbs are suitable to plant in Southern California and what bulbs, well, not so much. Nursery owner of Mary’s Garden, McBride will instruct how to “layer” your bulbs into the landscape so you’ll have blooming [...]

Curiosity Lands on Mars!

Curiosity Lands on Mars!

The target was Gale Crater (a mere 94 miles wide). Fourteen minutes after the 1-ton spacecraft Curiosity touched down on Mars’ surface, a radio telescope in Australia picked up the “text message” from the orbiting Mars Odyssey satellite and Australia sent it on to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory here in Pasadena. On receiving two thumbnail [...]

Abricott: A Stylish Fusion Cafè on South Lake

Abricott: A Stylish Fusion Cafè on South Lake

Abricott doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t matter where you come from, whom you’re with, or what you like to eat—this Pasadena meeting and eating spot is all about good food and good service at an affordable price. Owned by John and Jo Wee, the same design-savvy couple who brought you Daisy Mint, Abricott showcases another fusion-heavy [...]

Elegy for John Bogert

Elegy for John Bogert

This is a piece I never wanted to write. My dear friend John Bogert succumbed to cancer on July 29, 2012. He was 63, a longtime newspaper columnist, a Pasadena resident, and a devoted dad to his three darlings, Caitlin, Rachael, and Ian. I was a latecomer to his life, having met him in 2010. Back [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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