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Asleep Awake

Asleep Awake

We sleep and wake inside our dreams take leavings from our ancestor’s table stories that feed our hunger   uncertain dreams \telegraph clues questions linger road ahead welcomes sky offers rainbow portal   write the journey.     Copyright © Gerda Govine Ituarte ~~~ Gerda Govine Ituarte’s publication, Oh, Where Is My Candle Hat?, is a […]

Public Art & Exhibit

Public Art & Exhibit

Janice will be exhibiting some of her numerous photographs at Euro Pane on Sunday, December 7th. This holiday exhibition and sale includes photographs by Janice Corsino and Pat Tauzin, cartoons by Greg Critser, and crafts by Cynthia Luna. A reception will be held on Sunday, December 7th, from 3 to 6 p.m. Euro Pane Bakery, […]

Shop Small, Shop Indie 2014

Shop Small, Shop Indie 2014

The Playhouse District is urging us to shop local and support our independent businesses. Many of us often do shop local, and on a daily basis, but it’s even more important since the invasion of change stores and shopping online that we help our towns, our neighbors, and our friends by shopping at the hundreds […]

Bookmark Contest

Bookmark Contest

How cool would it be if your little one’s drawing was found in books all over San Gabriel Valley? Vroman’s Bookstore is holding its annual bookmark contest and the winning 2 selections will be printed on bookmarks that will be in circulation for an entire year. The contest is open to children in Kindergarten through […]

Jazz Zone Holiday Concert & Sing-along

Jazz Zone Holiday Concert & Sing-along

They’ve jammed at Perry’s Joint, at the Leimert Park Art Walk, and participated in a fundraiser for the Alkebu-Lan Cultural Center on Raymond Avenue in Pasadena. The Jazz Zone will bring their style and their holiday spirit to a concert and sing-along at the Altadena Library on December 5th. Jazz is considered by many “to […]

Small Biz Saturday

Small Biz Saturday

Yes, Small Business Saturday was begun be mega-multinational corporation American Express, but we do love the concept of buying locally and supporting our local artisans, entrepreneurs, and shopkeepers. Here are a few ideas for buying locally, especially during Small Business Saturday (SBS) on November 29th: Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse is celebrating the day with artists […]

Breakfast with Sleeping Beauty & Her Winter Knight

Breakfast with Sleeping Beauty & Her Winter Knight

The Pasadena Playhouse presents Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Night and what’s the holidays without a dose of fantasy and romance— rational, realistic, or otherwise? Children (perhaps primarily of the female persuasion) will be thrilled to know that breakfast may be enjoyed with the fair maiden of the tale, as well as other fairy tale […]

Meredith M.

Meredith M.

Meet Meredith Miller. From Co-Owner of Webster’s Community Pharmacy (an Altadena staple since 1926) to owner of the new shop next door, Meredith M. Meredith and Michael Miller, former owners of the Fair Oaks Pharmacy and Soda Fountain in South Pasadena, are Altadena enthusiasts and “dedicated to revitalizing and restoring this Altadena gem to its […]

Quatuor Ebène

Quatuor Ebène

Four Frenchmen. Pierre Colombet, violin. Gabriel Le Magadure, violin. Mathieu Herzog, viola. Raphaël Merlin, violoncello. They are a string quartet. Quatuor Ebène. They’ve been described as charismatic, their playing as spellbinding. Alan Kozinn of the New York Times writes that Quatuor Ebène is “a string quartet that can easily morph into a jazz band.” Since […]

The End of the Road

The End of the Road

It’s fall. Our fall in Southern California, anyways, which is not much of a fall. We know; don’t remind us. We don’t need reminding, those of us who grew up with ancient trees, umbrellas of leaves like domes above our heads—brilliant, blinding yellows, rusty oranges, and smashing reds from raspberry to ruby to maroon. The […]

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