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Art Night 2013

Art Night 2013

Born in Normandy and having spent her childhood years in Limousin and Brittany, artist Valérie Daval now calls Pasadena home. “A unique color and gesture spring from each of us,” she states. Her works can be as large as 9 by 13 feet or as small as 4 by 8 inches, but they all seem to [...]

Pasablanca!

Pasablanca!

The economy is still not what it was pre-2008, though many sources speak of a struggling—or even horrific—economy going back as far as 2003. For those women and men in Greater Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley, Women at Work has become a proven resource. They offer career guidance, job search support groups, and [...]

Baking Bread at Fiore

Baking Bread at Fiore

Interested in creating your own sigh in perfect satisfaction, melt in your mouth bread? Fiore Market Cafe in South Pasadena is offering another in their series of Bread Making Classes on October 22nd. We reviewed Fiore just last month (read it here) and we gushed about their roasted chicken sandwich. We were delighted when Bill [...]

The Power of Just Doing Stuff

The Power of Just Doing Stuff

Transition | trăn’zi sʜ´ən | n. 1. The process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another. The Transition Movement is a grassroots movement that seeks to build community resilience in the face of such challenges as peak oil, climate change, and the economic crisis.…We believe that we can make the [...]

Pasadena ARTWalk: An Urban Art Fair

Pasadena ARTWalk: An Urban Art Fair

More art and music, free and for all ages. It’s the 8th Annual Pasadena ARTWalk on October 12th. ARTWalk is a juried art festival with over 30 artists showcasing their photography, painting, ceramics, and new media. More than 3,000 works will be on display (and available for purchase). El Molino Avenue will be the site [...]

Patricia Krebs’ “Sense (Sentido)”

Patricia Krebs’ “Sense (Sentido)”

  Patricia Krebs grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she received her degrees as Professor of Fine Arts and in Contemporary Visual Arts. She moved to Southern California in 2001 and works full-time as a freelance multimedia artist. Patricia has illustrated and designed over a dozen children’s picture books, builds puppets and objects for theater [...]

Silent Communication at Linus

Silent Communication at Linus

Blurring the lines of artistic success and focusing on the artistic passion—that is the goal. Silent Communication is the latest exhibit at Linnea Lenkus’ Linues Galleries, with an opening reception Friday, October 4th. The evening will feature a live art demo by Southern California watercolorist Tina Dille and show works by Northern California painters Stanislav Groz and Doug [...]

Pasadena Sings to Me

Pasadena Sings to Me

Pasadena sings to me white rose petals that float exalted, fragrant, light as breath from the spires of stone mansions falling past the sweeping arches of cursed Colorado Bridge fluttering soft and thick as doves on all the blessed fallen ghosts the holy wraiths that hum in the wild arroyo The necromantic city of physics, [...]

27th Annual Home & Kitchen Tour

27th Annual Home & Kitchen Tour

“A Great Day of Design” is what the Pasadena Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers promises you. This self-guided tour of homes located in Pasadena, Arcadia and La Caňada feature four “spectacular” homes designed by ASID Pasadena members. One is a “green” up-country home, another a modern ranch, followed by a French colonial [...]

Mediterranean Layer Dip

Mediterranean Layer Dip

Sometimes the tastiest eats are more “assembled” than cooked. Fifteen minutes to put together; gorgeous presentation; a creative twist on the layered dip idea…and absolutely scrumptious. Ingredients: 16 ounces hummus, approximately ¾ cup crumbled feta cheese, approximately 2 cucumbers, diced 2 red bell pepper, diced A few tomatoes, diced Kalamata olives, diced Directions: Spread hummus [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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