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Here & There

Here & There

Random pictures as we drove around doing errands, went to and returned from meetings; after drop offs and before pick-ups…             The end of the day, along West Montecito Avenue, Sierra Madre…   Mood swing…   Expressing gratitude along W. Sierra Madre Boulevard…   …and on Blanche Street near S. Michigan [...]

Out Stealing Horses

Out Stealing Horses

Per Petterson’s Out Stealing Horses shimmers with blue: the bright blue of a Norwegian summer sky, the dark blue of a moonless night, the blue-black of a flowing river, even the faded blue flowers on the cloth of a woman’s dress. From his perspectives as a 67-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy, Trond Sander tells [...]

Scenes of the Region

Scenes of the Region

This isn’t a “proper” history article. Rather we’re advocating an event that illustrates representations of our immediate, current world, which are recordings for history. The Pasadena Museum of History invited hundreds of representational artists to create works “featuring scenes of the greater San Gabriel Valley.” The creative results of this invitation may be viewed at the [...]

Gooden’s Chalk For Peace

Gooden’s Chalk For Peace

On September 25th, one hundred-twenty Gooden School students became “artful ambassadors for peace.” The students used chalk as their medium and pavement as their canvas as they created artworks reflecting their visions of peace for themselves, others and the world. “Peace feels like a warm hug,” said a third-grader. “Peace sounds like sizzling bacon,” said [...]

A Garden of Jack O’Lanterns

A Garden of Jack O’Lanterns

Linus is waiting for the rise of the Great Pumpkin, Max is causing a ruckus with his Wild Things, Spidey is on the prowl, and even Disney princesses make an appearance at Descanso Gardens during the Rise of the Jack O’Lanterns. Enough said. Happy Halloween.                   Rise [...]

Luminosity at Day One

Luminosity at Day One

Light Bringer Project, which brings us the stunningly beautiful Chalk Festival and the blast-of-a-good-time Doo Dah Parade, also has its hand in a dozen other projects that focus on helping kids find, learn, explore, and express their artistic vision. At this year’s ArtNight Pasadena, Light Bringer Project presents “Luminosity” at Day One. This event is being [...]

Telling Images by Debbi Swanson Patrick

Telling Images by Debbi Swanson Patrick

After studying, practicing, playing with, and exploring photography, writing, theatre, advertising, and philanthropy, Debbi Swanson Patrick realized she wanted to tell visual stories. The time came to accept the shy suitors lurking in the shadows, to claim them in my heart and in the light. (Telling Images) The light that Swanson Patrick mentions comes in [...]

Art & Soul

Art & Soul

Musical groups, art on display and for sale, a hot dog bar, and soda pop tasting are all on the program at Friends in Deed’s fall event during ArtWalk. Also included is a silent auction (3:30-4:30 p.m.) that includes collectibles and what they’re calling “Christmas Disneyana.” The afternoon will also have Klezmer Klarinets and G&G Jazz. [...]

Betrayed

Betrayed

Betrayed By Julianna Jackson   Justice is not only blind, it is inept. Its abuse of power defies decency. You want my respect; I do not trust you anymore. You are not representing me. Why would I respect you? You are just bullies with badges, and the judicial system is complicit, creating monsters with guns. [...]

Taste of South Lake 2014

Taste of South Lake 2014

PBS’s Emmy-nominated chef and host of Growing a Greener World, Nathan Lyon will be leading a cooking demo on October 11th at the 2014 Taste of South Lake in Pasadena. Other cooking demonstrations include Le Cordon Bleu instructor Kira, KCRW Good Food host evan Kleiman, and Luisa Fabbri, owner of Contessa who will be using [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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