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Invisible man

Invisible man

Fishing on the Upper Owens River just southeast of Mammoth Lakes — if you call 10 miles down a series of dirt roads from 395 “just,” the same secret spot I’ve been meeting former Altadena brothers Mike and Pete Moffat every June for 15 years — I took the admonition to apply lots of sunblock […]

Down the road with Indelible Ink

Down the road with Indelible Ink

A member of the In Tlanextli Tlacopan Aztec dance troupe performs Tuesday night in the monthly Indelible Ink series at Pop on Union Street in Old Pasadena. Beginning next month, the poetry, dance and music series moves down the street to Robert Simon’s new AKA Bistro in One Colorado. It’s always the last Tuesday in […]

Arroyo fishing

Arroyo fishing

Not Arroyo catching, however, as I wrote in a recent column about getting the line wet to no avail in the burnt-out canyon above JPL. Soon I’m heading for the brown-trout swollen streams of the Eastern Sierra, however, where there is a better chance of landing the fatties. Read the Full Story at Larry Wilson’s […]

Pasadena, baby

Pasadena, baby

At last weekend’s 125th birthday party for the city of Pasadena, among the dignitaries and electeds, the real star was Pasadena Museum of History development and operations staffer Katie Brandon’s baby, a darling harbinger of good things for the next 125: her lifetime. Read the Full Story at Larry Wilson’s Public Eye

A coral reef in Pasadena

A coral reef in Pasadena

A detail from Margaret and Christine Wertheim’s “Hyperbolic: Reefs, Rubbish and Reason,” on view at the Art Center Williamson Gallery. Five thousand crocheters from all over the world helped the twin sisters create a landlocked version of the world’s coral reefs in an effort to bring to the public’s attention the fragile condition of these […]

Delicious yogini

Delicious yogini

Nancy Wadsworth of www.deliciousyogini.com makes cookies Thursday at the Chefs Center of California, the entrepreneurial cooking space on San Gabriel Boulevard just above Colorado, where food trucks will gather each Friday night beginning June 17 through October. Read the Full Story at Larry Wilson’s Public Eye

Rachael, the muse of Muse/ique

Rachael, the muse of Muse/ique

Rachael Worby at the celebration party Monday night at the Castle Green for the creation of her Muse/ique, a new Pasadena orchestra described as a “mix of high culture, beloved standards and sounds for the iPod age.” See my Wednesday column for the bands I want to add to the mix. Read the Full Story […]

Art and graffiti at downtown Pasadena’s PMCA

Art and graffiti at downtown Pasadena’s PMCA

The Pasadena Museum of California Art had a bangup opening of “Street Cred” and works by the Clayton Brothers Saturday night as partygoers lined up down Union Street by the fancy food trucks to get in … all below this graffiti-style new front facade all the way up the three stories of the building, as […]

Binks, RIP

Binks, RIP

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Everything must go!

Everything must go!

The furniture store at El Molino and Colorado that used to be Biggars, a real furniture store, but has for years pretended to be a furniture store that’s on the verge of closing down within just a few days so that “Everything must go!,” never seems to be in any real danger of closing its […]

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