Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘arts & crafts’


It’s Craftsman—All Day & All Night!

It’s Craftsman—All Day & All Night!
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Ya gotta scratch that itch, don’cha? It’s that time of year again and the Craftsman are calling you. Pasadena Heritage‘s 20th Craftsman Weekend is approaching quickly and tickets do run out (in fact, some events are already sold out). To help you decide what temptations to choose from, you can download the event brochure, but […]

Arts & Crafts à la Britannica – Yanks & Brits Do Mix!

Arts & Crafts à la Britannica – Yanks & Brits Do Mix!

“Want to see my garden?” she said. “I’ll meet you on the roof.” I would love to utter those sentences! If I did, it would mean I was referring to one of the two rooftop gardens that were part of the original allure of Manor Del Mar. Exactingly renovated, Manor Del Mar will reveal her new face […]

Almost Heaven, Pasadena

Almost Heaven, Pasadena

Pasadena now has more historic districts than Hollywood has marijuana dispensaries, but it all started with Bungalow Heaven, Pasadena’s first Landmark District and a recent addition to the National Register of Historic Places. Bungalow junkies, whose numbers are legion, clear their calendars in April to be ready for the annual Bungalow Heaven home tour, which […]

Ivy & Bean Day

Ivy & Bean Day

Forget the perilous Elmer’s Glue, that sinful substance that stripped the finish off my dining room table after I completed my mobile solar system for the 4th grade astronomy fair. (Needless to say, my little sister was allowed only glue sticks.) This weekend, you can let someone else host the science-project mess if you bring your […]

Friends of the Gamble House: Lecture Series

Friends of the Gamble House: Lecture Series

True story: the Arts & Crafts movement began in Great Britain. Not only does Wikipedia say so, but so does Anne Mallek, the curator of the Gamble House and an historian of 19th-century British art. She’ll be discussing those origins this Saturday in the first lecture of the 2010/2011 Sidney D. Gamble lecture series. In […]

William Stranger, Furniture Maker

William Stranger, Furniture Maker

For more than twenty years, William Stranger has been turning wood into beautiful furniture. Only, as he would be the first to tell you, it’s still wood — but not just wood. Rather, in Stranger’s capable hands, lumber that would otherwise be destined for the scrap heap gets a “Second Life” (the title of his […]

Mission West Spring Arts & Crafts Fair

Mission West Spring Arts & Crafts Fair

South Pasadena often hosts fantastic little arts and craft fairs, and Mission Street in particular has always taken pride in producing delightful festivities. This year’s spring arts and crafts fair is this weekend, and it promises to be as adorable as always. It is always best to get there when the zydeco band is playing […]

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