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Feed the Weed! Newtown Arts 2015

Feed the Weed! Newtown Arts 2015

“Leading the way to an art world outside institutional confines, reinstating art in the pantheon of public discourse, private pleasure, and plain old fun.” On April 25th, New Town Arts presents “Feed the Weed!” at a private home in the Arroyo Seco. The event celebrates 20 years that New Town Arts has been  “a persistent weed […]

Beer, Bands & BBQ to Benefit Snip Clinic

Beer, Bands & BBQ to Benefit Snip Clinic

The Bea’s Knees and Old Town Shaving Company at The Shoppes at Stats are hosting a wet shaving extravaganza with demos and vendors, as well as a beer fest and barbecue with a days worth of live bands performing. All to benefit the Pasadena Humane Society’s Snip Clinic and program to stop pet over-population. Saturday, […]

The Big Shave West, Beerfest, Bandfest & BBQ

The Big Shave West, Beerfest, Bandfest & BBQ

As we reported over a year ago, Damon Stathatos is a fan. An avid fan. Of wet shaving. At the end of 2013, he finally took his passion and raised the ante by opening the Old Town Shaving Company at the corner of Green Street and Raymond Avenue, right next door to the family business, […]

Amazing Animals, Mad Scientists & Inventors Camps

Amazing Animals, Mad Scientists & Inventors Camps

Kidspace offers summer camps ranging from investigating water, making rockets, and excavating to planting, inventing a way through problems and challenges, and go on safari.   Here’s a listing of Kidspace’s summer camps & dates:   Amazing Animals Camp June 8 to 12 Discover the amazing world of the animal kingdom, and explore how animals make […]

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                    A clam shell rises from watery depths, she’s a beauty, her strawberry blonde adorned by rosebuds wrapping her waist. The museum label reads: Botticelli, “Venus,” this what must be meant by peaches and cream. Her face, that pure. I count three eyes, knowing people will […]

Lincoln Heights Brewery ArtWalk

Lincoln Heights Brewery ArtWalk

Lincoln Heights is outside of the San Gabriel Valley but it’s really only a skip and a jump, so we’re including this week’s Brewery Artwalk  because a cold brew on a hot day is divine and art always fills the creative well and nourishes the soul. The Brewery ArtWalk is described as “an alternative venue […]

Bellissimo!

Bellissimo!

For many of us, the arrival of spring is welcome not just for the poppies and tulips, but because of the upcoming home and garden tours. On May 3rd, the Altadena Guild presents Bellissimo! where guests may “explore the magnificent homes and gardens residing within the original Sphinx Ranch of northeastern Altadena…nestled around the Midlothian […]

A Chat with Jackalope Art Fair Co-founder Sara Vausbinder

A Chat with Jackalope Art Fair Co-founder Sara Vausbinder

Once upon a time, three young women—Sara Vausbinder, Laura Fischer, and Melissa Shipley—worked together for an international arts organization. Their job? Creating art-centered events in major cities around the country. Now they’ve banded together, returned home to their native backyards (Pasadena, Phoenix, and Denver respectively), and founded the Jackalope Art and Craft Fair. The Pasadena […]

Hello Dolly!

Hello Dolly!

I don’t know if you call these Hello Dollies or 7-layer cookie bars or coconut chocolate nut bars, but whatever you want to call them, they are a mighty delicious, decadent dessert. It took all of 5 minutes to throw together and after 28 minutes of baking, they were ready to go. Fridge: 1½ sticks […]

A Day at the Getty

A Day at the Getty

It was spring, it was a lovely temperature with a blue sky above, and it was our day at the Getty. It felt as though it had been eons since we’d stepped onto the tram and silently zoomed up the hill face to visit the J. Paul Getty Museum. Though is was early, our quartet […]

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