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3rd Thursday: Historic Preservation 101

3rd Thursday: Historic Preservation 101
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Our thanks to Michele Zach of Altadena Heritage for passing along this information regarding the “Third Thursday” panel on March 17th titled “Historic Preservation 101.” Text courtesy of Altadena Heritage: Altadena Heritage’s March “Third Thursday” presentation features a panel of experts who will inform us about the recently adopted Los Angeles County Historic Preservation Ordinance […]

Salon: Stewardship & Conservation of Culture with Architect Kelly Sutherlin McLeod

Salon: Stewardship & Conservation of Culture with Architect Kelly Sutherlin McLeod

She earned a MFA in drama at Yale, studied at Cambridge, and acquired a Doctorate of Philosophy from USC. Carol Soucek King resides in Pasadena, in a home called Arroyo del Rey, which was designed for her and her husband, Richard King, in 1979 and has been declared a Historic Monument by the City Council. […]

The Great History Freeze of 2015

The Great History Freeze of 2015

It’s our history. Do we care enough to preserve it? Though the Pasadena Museum of History has worked diligently to properly and continually preserve the prints and negatives in its archives, maintaining a healthy environment—so they’ll be available to future generations—is in jeopardy. In 2012, a grant allowed PMH to conduct a preservation study. One […]

Salsa Night, Ladies and Gentlemen

Salsa Night, Ladies and Gentlemen

Strap on your high heels, Ladies, or tuck in a tailored shirt, Gentlemen, and come support the preservation of historic Blinn House at their Salsa Night fundraiser, Friday, January 10th. Come early with friends and sit at your reserved table for a full dinner followed by dance lessons, or, come late and enjoy the dancing […]

Artist Kenton Nelson & Honoring the Pillars of Orange Grove

Artist Kenton Nelson & Honoring the Pillars of Orange Grove

With a style that has its origins in American Scene painting, Regionalism, and the work of the WPA artists of the ’30s, Kenton Nelson “brings to his canvases a trimmed and exact world: youthful, robust figures; clean and painted structures; landscapes that are polished and orderly” (SullivanGoss.com). Saturday, July 13th, Pasadena Heritage presents the “Pillars […]

Can We Save Our Rialto?

Can We Save Our Rialto?

On Sunday, October 2nd, South Pasadena’s Rialto Theatre will be, once again, the main attraction. The revitalization symposium will begin with student filmmaker Miranda Gontz’s documentary of this historic gem, followed by expert speakers recounting their experiences restoring the Orpheum Theatre in L.A., the Alex in Glendale, and the Pomona Fox. Built in 1925, the […]

Altadena Foothills Conservancy

Altadena Foothills Conservancy

As development has encroached upon the foothills, this conservancy was born to help preserve open land and historic structures, as well as fight for access to long-established hiking trails. It has helped a neighborhood create a “pocket oak” area and is now working to create a pocket park at Woodbury and Marengo, as well as […]

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