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Duchamp to Pop

Duchamp to Pop
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Two words. Marcel. Duchamp. Assimilating Cubism and Futurism. Leading the American Dada movement. Coining the word “readymade” to mean a mass-produced object removed from its usual, accepted context and “promoted to the status of artwork by the mere choice of the artist. An inclination for wordplay that “aligns his work with that of Surrealists.” Considered […]

2016 Pasadena Heritage Spring Home Tour

2016 Pasadena Heritage Spring Home Tour

A. Quincy Jones and Glendale’s Webber House. Myron Hunt and the redesign of the Huntington Hotel. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House or La Miniatura in Pasadena. Paul Williams‘ hilltop estate for horse breeder Jack P. Atkin. Local, famous architects building for others. What of the homes local architects built for themselves? Pasadena Heritage‘s 2016 Spring […]

Micro Fiction

Micro Fiction

Thanks to Paula Johnson… Rose City Sisters will publish a new 100-word story every day in March. Micro fiction contributors include local novelists Petrea Burchard (Altadena), Margaret Finnegan (South Pasadena) and Bonnie Schroeder (Glendale), as well as more than two dozen writers from the U.S. and Canada. The site also publishes flash fiction, which are stories […]

Bonsai!

Bonsai!

It will be bonsai mania at the Huntington on February 27 and 28. Bonsai “masters” from Southern California will “share their passion” the art of growing ornamental trees and shrubs. This annual event includes exhibits, demonstrations, workshops, prize drawings, a “bonsai bazaar,” and a live auction at 3 p.m., both Saturday and Sunday. 2016 Bonsai-a-thon […]

Lottery Loteria

Lottery Loteria

The Pasadena Playhouse’s Mi Historia, Mi Manera invites you to come for a brand new community-devised and site-specific Forum Play entitled Lottery Loteria created by Pasadena District 5 Community Members and performed at a neighborhood block party on Saturday, February 27th, 2016. The day long block party will take place between 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 […]

El Diablo Bailarín

El Diablo Bailarín

This story made Ma want to be a good girl and made me afraid of sin.   When I was a kid growing up in East L. A., I couldn’t get enough of Ma’s cuentos. Her Mexican folk tales with their moral lessons and warnings of disaster used to scare the hell out of me. […]

Granola by Living Luxe Gluten Free

Granola by Living Luxe Gluten Free

Even on hectic days, I still try to eat right. It’s on those crazy days when I couldn’t survive without my granola recipe. Featuring rolled oats, coconut oil, chia seeds, and Himalayan superfruit goji berries, it’s great for making during the weekend to be used as a weekday breakfast or a snack on the go. […]

Corima: Rock in Opposition

Corima: Rock in Opposition

Zeuhl: A music genre that is a mix of Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Modernism, and Fusion. “Common elements: oppressive or discipline-conveying feel, marching themes, throbbing bass, and ethereal piano or Rhodes piano, and brass instruments” (progarchives.com).   The Zeuhl and Rock in Opposition band Corima formed in 2005 in El Paso, Texas by four high school friends. […]

Winter

Winter

  Ralph Defelice of Day Trips L. A. is off with his kids again—to snow, to the mountains, among rocks and cliffs…         Mammoth…       Mammoth Lake…         A place to stretch one’s legs on the drive to Mammoth: Red Rock Canyon State Park (30 minutes north […]

QuiltCon West

QuiltCon West

Modern quilts, lectures on quilting, workshops on quilting, and purchasing quilts – it’s quilt nirvana at QuiltCon, February 18-21 at the Pasadena Convention Center. Vendors include Cherrywood Fabrics with hand-dyed cotton “that has the look of suede” and Baby Lock that for 50 years has created machines for quilting, sewing, embroidery, and serging. Momen Plus […]

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Louis Jane Studios

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