Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘local fundraisers’


CSC: A Night in Casablanca

CSC: A Night in Casablanca
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“Cancer Support Community Pasadena is such an important resource for people who are going through cancer treatment,” says cancer survivor Vicki Laidig. “It even offers support for their children and caregivers.” CSCP provides a unique community of social and emotional support where people can meet others who are facing similar challenges and not feel alone. It […]

Come to the Masquerade

Come to the Masquerade

It’s all about being mobile. Side Street Projects is an artist-run nonprofit that emphasizes teaching “artists how to roll up their sleeves and do things themselves with education programs that encourage self-reliance and creative problem solving.” A low $35 yearly membership allows artists access to a “low cost equipment rental coop, and to (the) $20/day use-anything-on-site program, […]

Laurie Kallevig’s Survivor Girl Ukulele Project

Laurie Kallevig’s Survivor Girl Ukulele Project

For most of us, human trafficking is a grim statistic in the news. For Laurie Kallevig, it’s up-close-and-personal. She works with survivors of human trafficking in India. Laurie’s work is unique; she brings ukuleles to India and teaches girls (and more recently, boys) to play the instruments. She hopes, eventually, these young survivors will “write […]

Festival of Fall: Taste the Gourmet

Festival of Fall: Taste the Gourmet

Gale’s Restaurant, Claud & Co., Green Street Restaurant, El Cholo Cafe, Trattoria Neapolis, Seco New American, Bella Sera Trattoria in Monrovia, and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse are a few of the eateries who will be providing gourmet tastes at the Festival of Fall on October 5th, to benefit Ability First nonprofit. San Antonio Winery, Loring Wine, […]

CROP Hunger Walk

CROP Hunger Walk

Polish Catholics, Serbian Orthodox, Korean Presbyterians, Episcopalians, Swedenborgians, Coptics, American Baptists, and African Methodists. These are just a few of the 37 member communities that make up CWS, Church World Service. Working as partners, their goals are to “eradicate hunger and poverty and to promote peace and justice around the world.” Besides organizing to help […]

“Cheer on the Boys in Blue” Hathaway-Sycamores Fundraiser

“Cheer on the Boys in Blue” Hathaway-Sycamores Fundraiser

We once had the opportunity to work on a Bud Light commercial in Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. Three days of night shoots. As the craftservice person for the main talent, we were rather over-the-moon because he primary talent was none other than Joe Namath. We admit to a bit of “fangirling,” but remained professional […]

Sip & Munch for Big Cats

Sip & Munch for Big Cats

“In 1986, we saw an ad in the popular Recycler that read ‘Idaho Cougar, 6 weeks, male, $600.’ We were lucky to have a friend with a zookeeper’s license, a large piece of land and a safe, sturdy enclosure. We had lots of animal experience including previous mentorships with big cat and wolf trainers under […]

Sweet Corn Curried Soup

Sweet Corn Curried Soup

By Sean Lowenthal, Little Beast Restaurant Ingredients: 16 ounces yellow corn, cut 1 yellow tomato, diced ½ sweet onion (Vidalia), diced 1 celery rib, diced 1 garlic clove, minced ½ teaspoon turmeric, ground ½ tablespoon yellow curry, ground 1 dash cayenne, ground 1 dash red chile flake 1 teaspoon coriander, ground 2 tablespoons cilantro, chopped […]

The Pasadena Playhouse Asks: Save Our Butts!

The Pasadena Playhouse Asks: Save Our Butts!

It seems the Pasadena Playhouse needs some new seats. Actually, they’ve all ready been shipped. They’ll be arriving on August 29th and they need help paying the bill. Normally in a situation like this, a stern parent might offer a lesson on financial responsibility, plodding on way past a person’s expected attention span, about not buying something you […]

Facing the Competition

Facing the Competition

The flavors of barbecue are said to define the palate in the cattle country of Missouri, and Kansas City will be the site of the American Culinary Federation’s 2014 National Convention where—as the winner of Western Region competition—Pasadena’s Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Student Team will vie for top honors against their Central, Northeast, and Southeast […]

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