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The Diaries of Adam & Eve

The Diaries of Adam & Eve
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We seem to be on an apple bent in Talk of Our Towns this week, as Saturday is the time for the Hard Core Cider Tour at Brookside Park, and apples always bring to mind the story about the first of our kind, Adam and Eve.… SATURDAY.–I am almost a whole day old, now. I […]

Hard Core Cider

Hard Core Cider

Reverend Nat is a self-described “hard core cider evangelist.” Waupoos Premier Cider is made from an orchard that’s been producing apples since 1850. See Canyon in San Luis Obispo touts that its hard ciders are small batch, hand-crafted, contain no sulfites, and are gluten-free with no artificial sweeteners. It’s time for the Hard Core Cider […]

Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons was initially published in 1725, as a twelve concerto set titled The Test of Harmony and Invention.¹ If this name is not recognized, the tune most certainly is, having been heard in dozens of commercials and movies such as Tin Cup, Spy Game, Pacific Heights, and A View to Kill. […]

A Witch’s Brew

A Witch’s Brew

Fillet of a fenny snake, In the cauldron boil and bake; Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog, Adder’s fork and blind-worm’s sting, Lizard’s leg and owlet’s wing, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth boil and bubble. (Second Witch, Scene I, Macbeth)   Maite Gomez-Rejón […]

Shakespeare’s Horrors, Wicked Lit, Altars & Growl-o-ween

Shakespeare’s Horrors, Wicked Lit, Altars & Growl-o-ween

We of a certain age are too old for trick or treating, and for that we are grateful. And though it’s enjoyable now to sit on the porch with a glass of wine and dole out candy, being witness to some marvelous costumes—from wee ones who can hardly walk to teenagers the size of refrigerators—Halloween […]

Edward S. Curtis & ‘The Vanishing Race’

Edward S. Curtis & ‘The Vanishing Race’

  Looking through his photographs, you can almost hear the sound of horse hoofs running across an open plain or hear the sound of a drum beat in the distance rippling through the air. Edward S. Curtis (1868 – 1952) was an American ethnologist and photographer of the American West and the Native American people. […]

Urban Girl Supper Club

Urban Girl Supper Club

Urban Kitchen of South Pasadena teams up with Girl Friday for a Sunday afternoon of wine and cooking. What could be a more perfect way to phase out the weekend? On October 25, the newly born Urban Girl Supper Club invites folks to come sip wine, listen to music, and learn from classically-trained chef and […]

Ehud Barak

Ehud Barak

He’s been called “a mercurial former general”  and “Israel’s most prominent warrior-statesman of his generation” with “a distinguished and tumultuous career that spanned half a century.”¹ Aron Heller writing for the Huffington Post relates how Barak is Israel’s most decorated soldier “ever.” As commander of Sayeret Matkal, Barak led the 1972 raid on a hijacked […]

The Broad

The Broad

At The Broad Museum photos and comment by Kate Carvellas As I did not know what was in the collection, I was thrilled to see work by artists I’d seen in the PBS documentary series Art 21. To see it “live” was incredibly powerful and inspiring. Seeing works by Basquiat, Mark Bradford, and Cy Twombly […]

ArtNight 2015

ArtNight 2015

Are you ready for a feast? We won’t bury the lead. It is all free. ArtNight 2015, on Friday, October 9, is exploding with so many exciting experiences and opportunities, it is hard to know where to begin. Do you want to be guided by music, art, dance, or food trucks?     For example, […]

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