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Completely Hollywood (Abridged)

Completely Hollywood (Abridged)
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For gentlemen who’ve partaken in such productions as Return to the Forbidden Planet, which is based on The Tempest and billed as “Shakespeare’s forgotten rock and roll masterpiece,” and The Real Inspector Hound, a one-act play by Tom Stoppard, perhaps it is no surprise to find them as a trio performing The Bible: The Complete […]

Sue Grafton In Conversation

Sue Grafton In Conversation

One mystery writer, a local, in conversation with one mystery writer who’s PI lives in a town that “looks” surprisingly like a neighbor up north, Santa Barbara. Bestselling author Sue Grafton comes to Vroman’s via All Saints Church on August 27, and partakes in conversation with local mystery writer Denise Hamilton. Sue Grafton is the […]

The Long Table 2015

The Long Table 2015

Early Bird reserved seating is closed, but there’s still time to get a seat at the table. The long, long table. On August 22nd, the Playhouse District Association hosts the 3rd Long Table event. Green Street at El Molino Avenue is closed and a long, beautifully decorated table is set. A pre-dinner wine and cheese […]

Nesian Quinoa Bowl

Nesian Quinoa Bowl

I blame a lot of things on my Polynesian roots, and one of them is my undying love of eating. This is a blessing and a curse. I swear, a Sunday in my home in Suva was filled with an hour of church service followed by ten hours of constant grazing. And we never had […]

Kings of 88

Kings of 88

It’s the 19th year that the Sherrif’s Support Group of Altadena is hosting a summer concert series at Farnsworth Park in Altadena. On August 15, the Kings of 88 will be live onstage. The park has a lovely amphitheater with comfortable bench seating and wonderful acoustics and one can watch and listen under the shade […]

Backpack Kickback

Backpack Kickback

Whether a child’s eager to learn to read and write and about to enter kindergarten or a teenager is worrying more about wardrobe than her upcoming Honors Chemistry class, going back to school in August or September can be a cause for anxiety and stress—before the school year has even begun. Flintridge Bookstore is looking […]

Illuminate

Illuminate

by Holly Boruck Director, Surrogate Gallery Projects Exhibit curator, “Illuminate”   I love the word, ‘Illuminate’. It carries with it a richly diverse range of meaning from referencing deeper existential investigations to simply brightening a space with light. The definition of ‘illuminate’ is associated with discovery, celebration, enlightenment, and acts that clarify, explain and elucidate. […]

What Am I?

What Am I?

What Am I? by Anne Volmeran   I am from the future and since it is nothing more than a big mystery, I can dream about it as often as I like. I am from the past, constantly evaluating my mistakes in order to correct them and become a better person. I am from the […]

Temecula Balloon Festival

Temecula Balloon Festival

Imagine 40-50 “gentle giants” transforming from 2,500 cubic meters of fabric into full-blown hot air balloons, then—along with the rising sun—launching into the sky. Karol Franks attended this year’s Temecula Valley’s Balloon & Wine Festival at the end of May and kindly shares her photos, both untouched and photo-shopped to airlift us back in time, […]

Kate Tripping to Good Luck Gallery in Chinatown

Kate Tripping to Good Luck Gallery in Chinatown

Painter and assemblage artist Kate Carvellas took a day trip to Chinatown, visiting Good Luck Gallery to see the latest exhibit, mixed media works by Andrew Frieder. She snapped pics of her favorite pieces, continued to take pictures as she walked around Chinatown, and now is using those images as inspiration for her next paintings. […]

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