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Glorious Gardens Tour

Glorious Gardens Tour

Five “glorious” gardens, a catered lunch with cocktails, and the Gardener’s Dream Boutique & Marketplace. This is the allure of this year’s Glorious Gardens Tour presented by the Spiritual Care Guild of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles taking place on Sunday, April 28th. Last year’s event drew over 600 attendees who strolled through the private gardens […]

The Gods of Gotham

The Gods of Gotham

The description of mid-1800s New York City at the time that they were attempting to institute a police force is masterful. This historical backdrop is bound by a story of a young man, his unrequited love for a woman, and his estranged, co-dependent relationship with his brother (his only living relative). After he loses his […]

By Dex Ragatz

By Dex Ragatz

“Thank you” to South Pasadena resident Dex Ragatz for allowing us to publish a few of his pieces…             Growing dense in this deep valley whence we will depart, a sweeping ocean of tall fragrant sage breaks erratically along the rolling edge of the rising slope. Skittish lizards, alarmed as we move […]

What a Month at King’s Row

What a Month at King’s Row

General Manager James Willis at King’s Row Gastropub is keeping us in the loop. We’re happy to pass on the many events—of both the victual and the libation variety—happening in this month of February. Thursday, Feb. 7th: King’s Row is hosting Anchor Brewers & Distillers. They describe an evening of special cocktails, 5 Anchor taps, […]

Scallops with Gnocchi by Vertical Wine Bistro

Scallops with Gnocchi by Vertical Wine Bistro

Scallops with Gnocchi by Chef Laurent Quenioux Vertical Wine Bistro Ingredients: 6 diver scallops 12-14 gnocchi 2 ounces peas Broth: 8 liquid ounce chicken stock 2 ounces caramelized yellow onions (fine julienne) or simply sautèed 2 ounces small cubed bacon bits 2 teaspoons thyme leaves Salt to taste Cooking: Pan sear diver scallops to wellness […]

Elusive Reflections by Lisa Agaran

Elusive Reflections by Lisa Agaran

“The mystery of images-not-clearly-defined invites the viewer to project their own memories, dreams, and interpretations onto each piece.” Artist Lisa Agaran blends painting, collage, and found objects. She works spontaneously and intuitively without preplanning or preconceived ideas. Her newest body of work “Elusive Reflections” can be seen now at The Center for Wellbeing in Sierra […]

Fresh Produce Comes to Old Pasadena

Fresh Produce Comes to Old Pasadena

Fresh Produce Clothing is opening a boutique in Old Pasadena this weekend with a ribbon-cutting on Friday, February 8th. Fresh Produce has 27 company-owned stores nationwide, sells their line in 400 independent retailers and has an online store. Their clothing line for women also has plus sizes and apparel for girls, with an emphasis on comfort […]

“I Was a Little Kobe”

“I Was a Little Kobe”

“I was a little Kobe! All you had to do was give me the ball. In fact, if I couldn’t go to school when they went out to play, they wouldn’t go—because I was it! As I said, I was a little Kobe.” If you’re visualizing a long-limbed male jock-type from that quote, think again. […]

Game Table Party Night

Game Table Party Night

There’s going to be bingo, craps, bid wist, and black jack. You can play pool, board games, uno, spades, dominoes, or hit the dance floor—and we dare you to enter the karaoke contest. This can all be enjoyed at the Foothill Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority‘s “Annual Famous Game Table Party” on Saturday, […]

Independent Artists: Come One, Come All

Independent Artists: Come One, Come All

This year’s Make Music Pasadena event will be held Saturday, June 1, with a goal of over 150 free concerts and an estimated attendance of over 50,000. Will you be one of the performing artists? All aspiring artists from all musical genres are encouraged to apply. Two selected artists will receive $400 cash, a luxury […]

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