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Pasadena Restaurant Week Has an App

Pasadena Restaurant Week Has an App

The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce is going hi-tech and for this year’s Pasadena Restaurant Week they are offering an app for iPhone and Android users that identifies participating restaurants by location, cuisine, and price, as well as an alphabetical list. Users can also use the app to make reservations and find out about other yearly [...]

Fancy That! – Closing Its Doors

Fancy That! – Closing Its Doors

Over the years, we’ve marveled at their extensive Easter windows, gotten goosebumps from their Halloween display, ooh-ed and aah-ed strolling through their magical Christmas world, and wanted to snatch the birthday cupcake string of lights, the handmade birthday crowns, and the precious birthday plates and cups. Now, Fancy That! on Mission Street in San Marino [...]

Open Days

Open Days

It’s almost time to open America’s private gardens once again. The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days in Pasadena will be Sunday, April 28th. Brew a strong cup of joe, swallow down some good, healthy protein and carbs because you’ll have only six hours to stroll, peruse, smell, and enjoy six incredibly diverse private gardens. Storrier Stearns [...]

Luna Fest: Bloom Again

Luna Fest: Bloom Again

Know someone who’s economically vulnerable? Dealing with a health crisis? Can’t even afford a bus pass? The women of the Bloom Again Foundation are dedicated to supporting “working, but economically vulnerable, women who are experiencing a health crisis.” Partners with whom they’ve created relationships—primarily health care agencies—take note of the women who fit this criteria, discern their [...]

Dick Van Dyke & L.A. Children’s Chorus

Dick Van Dyke & L.A. Children’s Chorus

What does Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Magic of Lassie and Iron Man 2 have in common? All have benefited from the talent of composer Richard M. Sherman. Along with his brother Robert B., in 1965, Richard won an Academy Award for Best Music, Substantially Original Score for Mary Poppins, and he won another one [...]

Does Your Wardrobe Match Your Art?

Does Your Wardrobe Match Your Art?

Artist Holly Boruck has a goal, and Louise Wannier with her Louis Jane Studio space are helping her implement it, in more ways than one. The Butterfly Hurricanes Project exhibit was created by Holly with the hope of motivating people to become involved with contemporary global and local issues. Each one of her oil on [...]

Girl Rising at Laemmle Playhouse 7

Girl Rising at Laemmle Playhouse 7

Around the world, millions of girls face barriers to education that boys do not. And, yet, when you educate a girl, you can break cycles of poverty in just one generation. (10×10 press release) Academy award-nominated director Richard E. Robbins’ Girl Rising spotlights stories of unforgettable girls born into unforgiving circumstances. Stories of individual girls [...]

Perfumanistas

Perfumanistas

Recycled birch tar, boiled down into sap, was once used in the making of perfumes. What? Birch tar is now banned, designated as an allergen—as have been many other natural ingredients—much to the consternation of many perfume enthusiasts (or perfumanistas). Nowadays, aromachemicals are prevalently used, but there are a few perfumers who have leaned back into [...]

The Science of Tasting

The Science of Tasting

A food scientist. What a helluva job, eh? This coming Monday, March 25th, food scientist Suzanne Pecore from General Mills will be conducting a class at Beyond the Olive guiding attendees through a series of taste tests while discussing: Basic Tastes, Aroma & Aromatics, Mouth-feel & Textures Good Oils Gone Bad: Recognizing Rancidity and Other [...]

Hopes & Dreams

Hopes & Dreams

With a few new stores to support and enhance an eclectic, fun, quaint, and whimsical base, and though we’ve recently said goodbye to some favorites, South Pas exemplifies a creative soul…who’s just turned 125. On it’s birthday, South Pas decided upon an “interactive art installation” at the corner of Fremont and Mission where a chain [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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