Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Euro Pane’

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Greg Critser Cartoons

Greg Critser Cartoons
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There is, apparently, a happy marriage between food, politics, pop culture and watercolor, as evidenced by Greg Critser’s artwork that adorns the walls of Euro Pane 1 on Colorado Boulevard. The Pasadena artist displays a knack for revealing absurdity as well as creating it, as each of his simple, brightly colored and simple featured comics […]

Public Art & Exhibit

Public Art & Exhibit

Janice will be exhibiting some of her numerous photographs at Euro Pane on Sunday, December 7th. This holiday exhibition and sale includes photographs by Janice Corsino and Pat Tauzin, cartoons by Greg Critser, and crafts by Cynthia Luna. A reception will be held on Sunday, December 7th, from 3 to 6 p.m. Euro Pane Bakery, […]

Art & Coffee “On The Menu” at Europane

Art & Coffee “On The Menu” at Europane

Avi Roth has trademarked the word “coffeegraph,” which is described as “the process of applying coffee grinds and coffee by-products as organic pigment without a binder to solid and porous surfaces by way of staining, layering, and water burning.” Coffeegraph® and other mediums of art are on exhibit at the original Euro Pane just east […]

Euro Pane & Poetry

Euro Pane & Poetry

One of our favorite bakers, Sumi Chang, owner of Euro Pane, is hosting poet Lester Graves Lennon, Sunday, May 19th. He will be reading from his recent book of poetry My Father Was a Poet. Lennon’s first book of poetry was The Upward Curve of the Earth and Heavens (2002). By trade, Mr. Lennon is […]

From Bagging Groceries to Needing Them

From Bagging Groceries to Needing Them

As much as The Powers That Be may be declaring that our economy is turning around, and many of us may be experiencing and benefiting from this upturn, one assertion we’ve heard lately is that it’s not just the lower class and working poor who have been needing help. More and more often, it’s those […]

Espress Yourself

Espress Yourself

Among Pasadena’s many hidden jewels, you’ll surely want to check out (excuse the pun) Espress Yourself, the coffeehouse on the sun-splashed patio of the Pasadena Public Library, where library patrons, police, and legal eagles from the courthouse next door stop by for a most pleasant repast. Distinguishing itself from your run-of-the-mill coffee shop in several […]

Lemonade

Lemonade

On a hot summer’s day, nothing hits the spot more than a glass of ice-cold lemonade. If you’re a bit of a lemonade snob, like I am, then the from-concentrate variety found in most restaurants doesn’t cut it. I crave the homemade stuff: fresh squeezed, tart-sweet, ice-cold and refreshing. Refusing to settle for the watered-down […]

Laurie Ochoa, Editor

Laurie Ochoa, Editor

Laurie Ochoa, editor of the much-talked-about new L.A. literary quarterly Slake, grew up in Whittier, close enough to Pasadena to decorate floats with high school friends and camp on Colorado Boulevard to see the parade. She was drawn to words as a student, and set out on the path to being an editor right out of school—first […]

The Second Coming of Euro Pane

The Second Coming of Euro Pane

After months of rumors and changing plans, Pasadena’s goddess baker Sumi Chang has quietly opened a new, larger offshoot of her Euro Pane Bakery & Café in the new building right across Colorado from the Paseo. It’s not officially open until May 1, but you can stop by now for a coffee, a pastry and/or […]

Holiday Pies

Holiday Pies

Pie season is nigh, and sure, we all know we can turn to Marie Callender’s if need be. But at Hometown Pasadena, we believe it’s always better to support a local business instead of a national chain, and besides, we have a remarkable array of pie resources. Here are our favorites, including a bake-it-yourself option. […]

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