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2016 Festival of Women Authors

2016 Festival of Women Authors
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We realize it’s three months until April 9, when the Pasadena Literary Alliance presents the Pasadena Festival of Women Authors, but this event sells out quickly, so for those who forget until it’s too late or those who have never heard of PFWA, we want to offer a tease—and a nudge. In prior years, many […]

Life Within a Stone

Life Within a Stone

Something white catches my eye in the sea of forest greens. I grasp my twisted stick and balance on the steep incline. A large ash colored stone wide enough to sit on lies crosswise to the vacant tree hollow. At its foot rests a flattened gray backpack. A hardcover book anchors a thin stack of […]

Chorizo, Mushroom & Potato Tacos

Chorizo, Mushroom & Potato Tacos

Every “Taco Tuesday” on Instagram I find myself drooling over people eating tacos and I don’t know why I’m not eating tacos for dinner. I get serious taco envy. So this week I joined the masses and made these delicious tacos. Like seriously delicious tacos. They are spicy and sweet and salty—everything a good taco […]

“Where Am I Today?”

“Where Am I Today?”

Official text from Offramp Gallery: A few months ago, a series of striking self-portraits began to appear on Facebook. The subject, Jayme Odgers, was no stranger to me. Indeed, Offramp Gallery had shown his work in the past. But this work was different – emotionally raw self-portraits with a complete lack of artifice or conceit. […]

“Find Your Adventure”

“Find Your Adventure”

The theme for the 127th Rose Parade on January 1, 2016, is “Find Your Adventure” and has 44 float entries with the addition of floats representing the two teams—Stanford and Iowa—playing in the Rose Bowl Game. Documentarian Ken Burns is the 2016 Grand Marshal. From his Academy Award-nominated films Brooklyn Bridge (1981) and The Statue […]

Just Before Dawn

Just Before Dawn

Just Before Dawn by Lois P. Jones   when the almost is not yet lit and the inbetween is a periwinkle world of snow that holds the bough, a memory tree recalls your days – small hours skim their surface like a blue-winged dragonfly. You as the perfect moment, abandoning the shade of limbs and […]

Live on Green

Live on Green

Tuesday, December 29, begins three days of festivities at “Live on Green” with different pavilions offering fun for kids, cuisine and libations, history, learn about the National Park Service (the inspiration behind this year’s Rose Parade theme). The Live on Green Bistro and Sidewalk Café will be serving up breakfast burritos, muffins, and (sponsor) Dole […]

Shop with a Cop

Shop with a Cop

Pasadena Rotary Club hosted its second “Shop with a Cop” for the holidays with kids from the Pasadena Police Activities League (P. A. L.). Rotary Committee members J.P. Harris and Ed Hearst coordinated the event with Pasadena Police Dept., distributing $50 Target gift cards for an afternoon of shopping, along with a bag of goodies […]

Snow Days & Noon Year’s Eve

Snow Days & Noon Year’s Eve

Besides perfecting one’s snow angel-making and honing one’s snowball-making skills, kids can enjoy snow flakes crafts, the smells of winter, arctic animals, weeble wobble penguins, a winter wonder box, and messy winter art. It’s the annual winter wonderland of “Snow Days” at Kidspace, December 26-30. There will also be cookie decorating, a seedlings give-away, and […]

Wine & Song

Wine & Song

  Text by Wine & Song with host singer/songwriter Brad Colerick. Alice Wallace and JC & Laney will be our featured artists for the final 2015 Wine & Song  show. I’ve been eager to see Alice for months since hearing about her as an official showcase artist at the FAR-West Folk Alliance conference.       […]

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