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The Weather ‘Round Here!

The Weather ‘Round Here!

This has been such a wet, soggy, blustery, shivery winter—after it had gotten to a point we thought perhaps we’d never experience another one—that some people we know are pining for the drought. But on our drive up the 101 to San Francisco several weekends ago, the rolling hills, vast fields, and endless vineyards, even under a […]

From The Little Arctic to Inez Milholland

From The Little Arctic to Inez Milholland

For eight days everyone is welcome to take a seat and revel in the silver screen. For a mere $75, film enthusiasts have access to all screenings beginning March 8 through March 16 at the 4th Annual Pasadena International Film Festival. From animation to live action, suspense to science fiction, human trafficking to mental illness, and from […]

Expressing Feelings…Through Your Art

Expressing Feelings…Through Your Art

Pasadena’s nonprofit Light Bringer Project may be better know for producing the marvelously fun, crazy, and creative Doo Dah Parade or the incredibly successful and ever-growing Chalk Festival, but Light Bringer focuses a substantial amount of its time on the arts and children. LA Futures brings a group of students in to work with major creative […]

Baja Fish Tacos with Southwestern Chipotle Slaw

Baja Fish Tacos with Southwestern Chipotle Slaw

Taco Tuesdays has legit become a thing. My Instagram is filled with hashtags and tacos and chips and margaritas every Tuesday. I am constantly craving them and having FOMO. Not this past Tuesday though! Chris and I decided to have a date night at home and I made these awesome fish tacos. There are a […]

A Perfect Fit

A Perfect Fit

Text courtesy of Jericho Road Pasadena: This is a story of how Joyce Wedseltoft was able to pursue her passion while making the Pasadena community a little bit stronger. Joyce, recently retired, wanted to find a way to give back, particularly in the Arts community. Joyce spoke with Melanie Goodyear, the Executive Director of JRP, […]

Karol’s Frame of Mind

Karol’s Frame of Mind

    We’re always happy to share the wonderful eye, and frame of mind, of Karol Franks. Enjoy…                       Enjoy more photography by Karol Franks in Hometown Pasadena’s Photo Op: “Colors Divine” “Iconic Pasadena” “Winter to Spring” “Karol Franks Photography” “Waters Here & There” “Temecula Balloon Festival” […]

The Sympathizer

The Sympathizer

One City One Book programs take the idea of a localized book discussion club and expand it to cover a whole city, Michael Rogers wrote in 2002. The winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, as well as five other awards, The Sympathizer is the breakthrough novel of the year. With the pace and suspense of a thriller […]

Newcomers

Newcomers

Most of us realize it’s difficult moving to a new place. Even if a move is desired, our old home, and our friends and family are left behind. Settling into a new job and a new town can be exciting and exhilarating, but also stressful and, sometimes, depressing. Sometimes even with living awhile in one […]

Bee Keeping

Bee Keeping

Feb. 22, 2017. Editor’s note: We’re sorry to report, but we’ve just heard that this bee keeping class has been canceled. The wonder of bees. Now more than ever. Danny Finkelstein and The Valley Hive lead a class on bee keeping at The Arboretum on Sunday, February 26. Finkelstein will share the history of bee […]

Fire It Up!

Fire It Up!

Though we were told not to engage with the ceramicists, one did happen to be walking by, not poised at a potter’s wheel or a work station, so we thought it would be safe to address her. The next hour flew by as we spoke with Jennifer Simison, Kathryn Levee, and Jenelle Peterson. Their enthusiasm for […]

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