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Savory Potato Bacon Tart

Savory Potato Bacon Tart

There is no doubt this recipe is indulgent. I mean potatoes, bacon, butter, cheese, and pie. I’d be delusional if I tried to pass this off as health food. However, I’m a big believer in giving yourself a small amount of really ridiculously delicious foods with good quality ingredients and not worrying about the calories. [...]

Zhena Folk Chorus

Zhena Folk Chorus

A Zhena concert is a complete village experience… Zhena means “woman” or “wife” in Slavic languages and these women of Zhena, based out of San Pedro, have dedicated themselves to preserving and presenting the folk songs of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine. Story-like narratives and colorful authentic costumes are [...]

Pot-Luck Up-Pop

Pot-Luck Up-Pop

Surrogate Gallery Projects‘ Pot-Luck Up-Pop exhibition at Paseo Pasadena comes to a close on Friday, April 4th, though it will be open until 9 p.m. for a closing reception to which the public is invited. The Paseo donated the space and curator Holly Boruck has transformed the space, exhibiting artists like Meriel Stern, Barbara Lai [...]

Seedling Sale

Seedling Sale

More than 1,000 organically grown tomato, pepper, squash, basil, and other vegetable seedlings for sale—on a first come, first served basis, at the Eagle Rockdale Community Garden & Art Park on Sunday, April 6th. All varieties are said to be of heirloom quality and GMO-free. Industrial tomato cages will also be for sale. This event [...]

Huntington High Tea & Chinese Garden

Huntington High Tea & Chinese Garden

We spent a few hours on the last day of March 2014 at the Huntington, stopping in for late afternoon tea and focusing on the Chinese Gardens. Before we could enter the Tea Room, one of the two teenagers in our foursome took us on a detour. Teen No. 1 lured her friend under a canopy and [...]

Creative Writing for Wee Ones

Creative Writing for Wee Ones

Julia Edwards believes a child doesn’t need to be able to write (or read) to be a great storyteller. We tend to agree as memories of our junior Hometown Pasadena associate replay through our heads—many an evening was spent watching act after act of endless (until bedtime) improvisational plays with a cast of characters channeled [...]

Sunday Night Supper

Sunday Night Supper

Can’t get away to your summer place in Nantucket? Don’t have a summer place in Nantucket? Let Vertical Wine Bistro create the illusion:  a seaweed-infused Atlantic breeze, chilly sand between the toes, red and white checked tablecloths, melted butter and lemon, sticky fingers, full stomachs… Sunday Night Supper begins on April 6th with an East Coast classic: [...]

Heroes in the Shadows

Heroes in the Shadows

Of the estimated 4,444 homeless individuals in San Gabriel Valley, twelve percent or 533 of them have been identified as Veterans. Within this latter group, a rising number of them are recently released Veterans. In response, Joe Leal, an Iraq combat veteran, founded The Vet Hunters Project. He “is shedding light on a population that [...]

In the Beginning…

In the Beginning…

The evening has no Charlton Heston as John the Baptist or Max von Sydow as Jesus Christ as in George Stevens’ 1965 epic film The Greatest Story Ever Told, but rather a group of no name “biblical bystanders” in the greatest story never told. The Cultural Arts Program of the Jewish Federation and the JFed Players [...]

It’s Bungalow Time

It’s Bungalow Time

In the blink of an eye, another twelve months has passed and another home tour looms, preening and demanding our attention, desiring to instill a sense of history, place, and delight. On Sunday, April 27, 2014, Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven Home Tour celebrates its 25th anniversary during a one-day, six-hour, self-guided “strolling” tour of homes located in [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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