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John Banville as Benjamin Black at Vroman’s

John Banville as Benjamin Black at Vroman’s

It was one of those summer Tuesday afternoons when you begin to wonder if the earth has stopped revolving. The telephone on my desk has the look of something that knows it’s being watched. Traffic trickled by in the street below, and there were a few pedestrians, too, men in hats going nowhere. (Excerpt from The [...]

Love Constitute

Love Constitute

  Love Constitute (serves 2) 1/4 pound Basic Lust 1/3 cup Infatuation 5-6 chunks of Total Joy Equal pinch of Want & Need 6 heaping tablespoons of Unrealistic Expectations Essence of Blind Devotion Layers of Denial Sprinkling of Fairy Dust (optional) Add each ingredient sequentially. Mix thoroughly. Cover and let rise in a heated environment. [...]

Honeymoon with My Brother

Honeymoon with My Brother

Franz Wisner doesn’t start out to travel the world. He starts out to get married. To say his bride leaves him at the altar is close enough—with the wedding and honeymoon planned and paid for, a few days before the big day she says, “I can’t go through with it.” Franz’s pals buck him up. [...]

Communal DIY Bread Bake

Communal DIY Bread Bake

(Text thanks to Joseph Shuldiner, Director of Institute of Domestic Technology) Join the Altadena Farmers’ Market, Los Angeles Bread Bakers, and the Institute of Domestic Technology as they continue to invigorate the Southern California handmade bread movement. Through the grassroots efforts of a new crop of home bakers and a handful of new entrepreneurs, bread [...]

Granola

Granola

From Little Flower:  Recipes from the Cafe by Christine Moore: My mom made granola for us as kids growing up in New Jersey in the 1960s. All we wanted was Cap’n Crunch. Thanks, Mom, for always being on the cutting edge—and for taking us to Woodstock. Ingredients: ½ cup extra-light olive oil ½ cup brown sugar ½ [...]

Prep, Design, & Being Water-Wise

Prep, Design, & Being Water-Wise

Did you know that approximately two-thirds of a typical household’s water is used to irrigate the landscape? The City of South Pasadena is hosting water wise landscape workshops to help you use water more efficiently outside your home. (SouthPasadenaCA.gov) The City of South Pasadena is offering free workshops to people wanting to have a water-wise lawn. The [...]

Into the Bay Forever

Into the Bay Forever

If you lean just a bit, from the balcony on the bay you can see the water. I like the view 100 feet outward – the reflection of palm trees, the boats with their sails, and, later, the light from the moon streaming like a bridge not quite to where we stand. Oh let’s say [...]

The Signature of All Things

The Signature of All Things

Forget whatever you knew about Elizabeth Gilbert (author of Eat Pray Love) and prepare to fall in love with this unlikely novel about a nineteenth century scholar of mosses, Alma Whittaker, and her strange, compelling, complex life. Born into privilege in a great house on the outskirts of Philadelphia, Alma is brilliant, tall and plain-featured. [...]

Susan Egan at Arcadia Perf. Arts Ctr.

Susan Egan at Arcadia Perf. Arts Ctr.

She was nominated for a Tony for her portrayal of “Belle” in Beauty and the Beast. She was critically acclaimed as “Sally Bowles” in Cabaret and she is Broadway’s latest Thoroughly Modern Millie. “She” is Susan Egan who will be performing Saturday, March 1st at the new Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation. Egan will be singing [...]

Family Field Trip on Arbor Day

Family Field Trip on Arbor Day

Native plant gardener, horticulturist, speaker, and blogger at Weeding Wild Suburbia, Barbara Eisenstein will lead a family field trip through the Arroyo Seco-South to celebrate Arbor Day. Discover “secrets” of the native trees, plants, and wildlife in South Pasadena’s Woodland and Wildlife Park. The park at Pasadena Avenue just before the York Boulevard Bridge has [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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