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Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Ingredients: 1-2 lbs. fresh brussel sprouts Olive oil 1-2 cloves fresh garlic Salt (fancy kosher or sea salt is fine, or just use what ‘ya got.) Directions:  Set oven at 400 degrees. Rinse brussel sprouts. Cut off thick stem at the bottom of each sprout or remove from the stalk if that’s how you bought [...]

Peace

Peace

The make-shift battleground campsite lies in eerie silence. The Man of Action has left the field and The Cautious Dreamer surveys the scene, still stunned. Beside the skeleton of their excruciating collision and accidental intimacy are scattered the detritus of good intentions, blind mistakes and opportunities lost. Well, nothing left to do now but bury [...]

Bittersweet Treats

Bittersweet Treats

Tucked in between a stretch of eateries (that includes an ever-present Starbucks), a block or so east of PCC, and across the side street from Samy’s Camera is Bittersweet Treats. We stumbled upon it about a year ago, looked at the treats presented on the counter and thought, these are different. We introduced ourselves and [...]

Now It’s America’s Turn

Now It’s America’s Turn

 ’Cause the free wind is blowin’ through your hair And the days surround your daylight there Seasons crying no despair Alligator lizards int he air, in the air Ventura Highway in the sunshine Where the days are longer The nights are stronger than moonshine We’re gonna go, I know Remember these lines? Gerry Beckley, Dewey [...]

Festival of Women Authors

Festival of Women Authors

“It takes a great talent to make something beautiful out of a trailer park,” writes Susannah Meadows of the New York Times about Tupelo Hassman‘s debut novel Girlchild in 2012. Her novel has also been described as “lacerating,” her words “are as elegant as they are fierce,” and Hallman is such “a poised storyteller that her prose practically [...]

Glendale Seeking Artists

Glendale Seeking Artists

The Arts and Culture Commission of Glendale want to paint 26 utility boxes all around downtown to help “beautify the streetscape.” Got any ideas? Artists are welcome to send proposals on the Utility Box Mural Program’s theme “Double Take.” Artists are challenged to come up with “a concept that plays off perception and double meaning.” [...]

Free Museum Admission

Free Museum Admission

On Saturday, January 25th, twenty museums will be open to the public with free admission. Choices include the Autry, the California African American Museum, the Science Center, and locally, the Armory Center for the Arts, USC Pacific Asia Museum, and the Pasadena Museum of California Art. The Armory is currently showing Home Away, which is [...]

Motherland

Motherland

Motherland follows the trials of a German family during World War II, which springs from the experiences of the author Maria Hummel’s grandfather. The story is fiction, with a backbone of palpable truths. Liesl is a young woman who has married Frank Kappus, a doctor and newly widowed with three boys, the youngest a baby. Before [...]

Rhythm Child & CA Step

Rhythm Child & CA Step

The Wooten Steppers of the Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center will be performing a step routine thanks to the California Step Association. Attendees of this celebration for Martin Luther King, Jr. at Kidspace Museum will also have a chance for a bit of interaction, as they get to learn a step routine, as part of [...]

Creamy Polenta & Wilted Greens

Creamy Polenta & Wilted Greens

Contributed by Laura Derr Ingredients: Polenta: 2 cups polenta or cornmeal (whichever you have on hand) 1½ cups water 1½ cups 2% milk 2 cloves garlic, halved ½ teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon unsalted butter ½ cup cheese of your choice (I recommend either an asiago blend or goat cheese—two different flavors, but equally good) Greens: 1 [...]

Gooden Open House Saturday, January 11

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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