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Museum Freebies & Discounts

Museum Freebies & Discounts
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Need a little family bonding time post-feast and football? Or a place to walk off some of that turkey?  How about exploring museums—for free? Or, if you’re in a Black Friday mood, there’s no better place to find clever gifts and unusual holiday decor than the gift shop at any of our local museums—and you […]

Seeking the Spa Less Traveled

Seeking the Spa Less Traveled

How about this as a hobby: spending years (years!) researching Los Angeles spas and massage-therapy places. (We are so loving this already.) And now these two professional women, Brenda Goldstein and Gail Herndon, both of Pasadena, have written a book about their findings: The Spa Less Traveled: Discovering Ethnic Los Angeles, One Massage at a Time. How […]

Soggy Scenes of Winter

Soggy Scenes of Winter

A few thoughts as we wait for Noah’s Ark to float by: One of these years we’re going to get a Rose Parade day like this. As soon as there’s a momentary lull, we’re making a mad dash for some Christmas shopping. We’re worried about our retailer friends—business must be slow because of the downpour. […]

Open House for Young Singers

Open House for Young Singers

If your child has some pipes, it’s worth a visit this weekend to the open house for the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, an acclaimed and serious program that’s based here in Pasadena. Held as a precursor to auditions for children ages 8 to 12 in June, the open house will include a brief performance by […]

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