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Psychedelic Joshua Tree

Psychedelic Joshua Tree

We dig these manipulated photos from a recent trip to Joshua Tree by LAUSD teacher Akil Grant and his family. Thank you, Akil, for allowing us to share them.   Feeling an urge to camp? Find more details here… Joshua Tree National Park, 74485 National Park Dr., Twentynine Palms, CA 92277-3597. Ph: 1.760.367.5500. NPS.gov/jotr.         […]

Practical Remedies for Climate Change

Practical Remedies for Climate Change

Grassroots Market & Kitchen in South Pasadena has invited John Odell to speak on April 19. Odell is USC Professor Emeritus of International Relations, where he taught from 1982 to 2013. He has published 6 books and many research articles. Odell attended the 2015 Paris Conference that improved global climate governance. And, he has lobbied Congress […]

Natural Wines: Tasting & Talk

Natural Wines: Tasting & Talk

Michelle Hohman’s Urban Kitchen is intimate and open all at the same time. For two hours on April 20, come taste organic wines, along with a nibble or two. Not all wine is created equally. Being mindful about what you put in your glass is as important as what you put on your plate. Advanced […]

Adult Woodworking Class

Adult Woodworking Class

The smell of wood after a fresh saw, the feel of a file in our hand, fingers running along the grain—we love working with wood. Don’t get the wrong idea, we’re no woodworker. Our claim to fame (because a friend loves it and wants to make one too) is our office desk, made because we couldn’t […]

California Art Club & Merrell Gage

California Art Club & Merrell Gage

The California Art Club, headquartered in Pasadena, has nine chapter locations up and down the state. In 1909, the Painters’ Club of Los Angeles formally ended, yet some members believed that a need existed still for “artists living in Southern California to meet and share their ideas, and to exhibit together.” In this version of the club […]

Louie, Take a Look at This!

Louie, Take a Look at This!

California Gold, anyone? Even though reruns have continued since the death in 2013 of host Huell Howser, if you need a bit more immersion and are pining for the story behind the story, check out Luis Fuerte’s Louie, Take a Look at This! On April 8, Fuerte is “in conversation” with Patt Morrison of KPCC at […]

D. Dalton Visits the Arboretum

D. Dalton Visits the Arboretum

We are grateful to Debbie Dalton from Walking Pasadena for allowing us to share her lovely, fun, and remarkable photos from a visit last weekend to the LA Arboretum.   LA County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia 91107. Hours: Open daily, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: $9, adults; $6, seniors and students; […]

Walking Tour: CA Native Plants & Water Wise Gardens

Walking Tour: CA Native Plants & Water Wise Gardens

Pasadena’s Complete Street Coalition hosts California Native Plants & Water Wise Gardens, a walking tour, on April 8. We’ll hand over the explanatory reins to CSC… The tour will begin at Pasadena’s historic Washington Park, designed by famed California Native Plant conservationist Theodore Payne, with a guided tour provided by the Friends of Washington Park. […]

Tea

Tea

From Eat This Poem by Nicole Gulotta © 2017 by Nicole Gulotta. Reprinted in arrangement with Roost Books, an imprint of Shambhala Publications, Inc. Boulder, CO. RoostBooks.com.   Tea by Jehanne Dubrow   Tonight I’m fruit and clove. I’m bergamot. I drop a teabag in the cup and boil the kettle until it sings. As if on cue, […]

The Underground Museum

The Underground Museum

Leave it to Pasadena sisters Susan Cherney and Wendy Moss, founders of Inside the Story, to invite us to an underground museum. Or, more accurately, the Underground Museum. The Underground Museum was established in 2012 by the late artist Noah Davis and his wife, artist Karen Davis. The goal: Display museum-quality work in their Arlington […]

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