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Hey, Sweetie Pies! The Old Pas Artisanal Holiday Market

Hey, Sweetie Pies! The Old Pas Artisanal Holiday Market
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One hundred fifty creators, 150 indie makers… Organizers welcome some of their favorite Artisanal L. A. vendors along with Old Pasadena independent shops, restaurants, and cafes and host the 2nd Holiday Market in Old Pasadena on December 5. It’s free, family friendly and dog (on a leash) friendly. Santa will be on hand and welcomes […]

A Castle Green Holiday

A Castle Green Holiday

The archways, the moldings, the fireplace mantels. The dark wood, the large windows, the obvious elegance, the whisper of another era. We’re speaking of Castle Green, now over 117 years old, no longer a hotel, but rather a home and place of business. On December 6, Castle Green opens its doors to the public once […]

Tamales with Mama

Tamales with Mama

Sandy Romero is Mama for the day as she shares her knowledge of tamales. On December 5th, Sandy will lead a free, one hour class at the Santa Catalina Branch Library to illustrate the art of tamale-making and students will taste “the love and flavor of the traditional Tamalada.” “Tamalada” is a custom passed down […]

Pasadena Collections

Pasadena Collections

The Pasadena Museum of History may seem small, petite, and quaint, yet inside is chock full of historical wealth. The fun of treasure is the idea of the unimaginable and the invaluable, and what PMH holds within its walls is nothing short of priceless. Besides periodic exhibits such as the current “Fabulous Fashions,” PMH has […]

Outlaws, the Queen Mary & Mi Amor

Outlaws, the Queen Mary & Mi Amor

On November 29, three local authors with vastly different stories to tell will participate in Vroman’s local author series. It’s 1957 and Dave Wooders is 16 years old about to step onto the Queen Mary and begin work as a bellboy. Storms at sea, famous passengers, dating onboard, and shenanigans during shore leave—in Adventures on […]

The Carol Bus

The Carol Bus

The carolers come a caroling… by bus. It may not be an open sleigh, but the L. A. Master Chorale has decked out red, double-decker bus in holiday finery and is popping up in areas around the southland. On Saturday, November 28, the LAMC’s carol bus will pop up at Mercantile Place and One Colorado […]

State of Mulch 2

State of Mulch 2

“In consideration of the coming El Niño, which may bring huge amounts of water to us or even in imagining the years of drought we are likely facing in the future, there are no greater actions we can take than to contour the land to capture water and to use mulch to help cleanse, augment […]

Kathleen Swaydan Opens Her Studio – the 5th Annual

Kathleen Swaydan Opens Her Studio – the 5th Annual

For the 5th year, Kathleen Swaydan opens her lovely studio space, having invited her artist friends to exhibit and sell their work, and welcoming the public to come, browse, and perhaps find a perfect holiday gift or two or three. On December 5 and 6, Kathleen exhibits her watercolors alongside painters Nancy Halpin, Richard Davies, […]

Open Studio Days This December

Open Studio Days This December

We’re looking forward to attending our second Open Studios event because during the event this past June—and despite the fact that we committed to both Saturday and Sunday—we were not able to get to all the locations we’d highlighted with sharpie. Most of Saturday was occupied with roaming the grounds of Zorthian Ranch, which we […]

200 Batchelder Tiles Find a New Home

200 Batchelder Tiles Find a New Home

The folks at Pasadena Museum of History are pretty happy, maybe even giddy and gleeful, thanks to architectural historian Robert Winter, Ph.D., who’s donated to the museum part of his personal collection and accompanying archives. From PMH… The donation includes over 200 Batchelder tiles made between the years 1910 and the early 1930s, including tiles […]

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