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Sampling the Original: Star Wars 1977

Sampling the Original: Star Wars 1977
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As of January 2, 2016, Star Wars: The Force Awakens had made $1.3 billion dollars worldwide. Our research shows that creating this blockbuster film cost $200 million. In contrast, Star Wars the original, released in 1977 had a production budget of $11 million and earned $786 million worldwide.¹ Isn’t that quaint? Star Wars (later retitled, […]

Free in July at PSC & “Thanks for the Memories”

Free in July at PSC & “Thanks for the Memories”

The Pasadena Senior Center is above and beyond what one would imagine a senior center to be. It’s not housed in a run down, depressing building along a side street; the ol’ folk out of site, out of mind. The Pasadena Senior Center is new-ish (extensive renovations were completed in 1998) and it has lovely […]

Black History Is Our History

Black History Is Our History

Black History Month is a time for all of us to remember that our individual stories and familial, cultural, and ethnic histories are what have made our home—America—the complex (sometimes convoluted), creative, expressive, inspiring, and fascinating place it is today. Empathy is really the opposite of spiritual meanness. It’s the capacity to understand that every […]

Festival of Women Authors

Festival of Women Authors

“It takes a great talent to make something beautiful out of a trailer park,” writes Susannah Meadows of the New York Times about Tupelo Hassman‘s debut novel Girlchild in 2012. Her novel has also been described as “lacerating,” her words “are as elegant as they are fierce,” and Hallman is such “a poised storyteller that her prose practically […]

Saluting Our Young Veterans

Saluting Our Young Veterans

Once again, it is time to honor and thank the men and women who serve and have served in the armed forces. Pasadena’s salute in Centennial Square at City Hall on Monday, November 11th, includes the PCC Pep Band and a fly over by Condor Squadron. The Condor Squadron is actually the Condor Squadron Officer’s and […]

Riding the Coast

Riding the Coast

The California coastline is one of the most lovely in the world. This Thursday, take Amtrak’s Coast Starlight along the scenic route to Santa Barbara, dine downtown along State Street, then receive a guided tour of the Gipper’s ranch. The Pasadena Senior Center is offering this day tour to Ronald Reagan Ranch Center. Whether you […]

Pasadena Senior Center Gala: Zest!

Pasadena Senior Center Gala: Zest!

“If you are lucky enough to be born with a fine life and have a good education, you ought to give back. If there is an organization worth your time, give one hundred percent.” These are the sentiments of Weta Mathies, who along with her husband Dr. Allen Mathies, will be honored at this October’s […]

Free Sample Classes

Free Sample Classes

Every year the Pasadena Senior Center offers a full lineup of classes for people 50 and older, ranging from arts and computers to sewing and Zumba. Anyone can sample the classes by attending a free half-hour session, meet the instructors, and learn more about the course. All classes take place at the Pasadena Senior Center […]

Stepping Out for Worldly Wines

Stepping Out for Worldly Wines

It’s an evening of wine from around the world with hors d’oeuvres and auctions put on by Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors Charitable Foundation to be held at Il Fornaio. PFARCF is the charitable arm of the realty board. In 2011, they gave significant donations to charities such as Villa Esperanza Services, Women at Work, Rosemary […]

TV Commercial Acting Classes

TV Commercial Acting Classes

“Bored with retirement?” asks Dennis McCarthy (L.A. Daily News). “Got too much time on your hands? Go see Buddy Powell. There’s never a dull moment in his classroom.” Buddy Powell, who has performed in over a 100 commercials, is credentialed in adult education and has been teaching commercial acting for 10 years. Starting on Tuesday, […]

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