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Calendar: Sept. 1 to 7

Calendar: Sept. 1 to 7

    EDITOR’S PICK: Barks and Books (Sept. 3 @ 11 a.m., Arcadia Public Library, 20 W. Duarte Road). Barks and Books is Pasadena Humane Society’s reading enrichment…

Innis & Gunn Makes Its Mark on the US With a Beer Brewed With Truth Serum

Innis & Gunn Makes Its Mark on the US With a Beer Brewed With Truth Serum

    Company Sends Samples to Leading Presidential Candidates By Terry Miller Sometimes – every once in a while – an email really garners extra attention from this…

Business Profile: Pokelicious

Business Profile: Pokelicious

    Pokelicious is Temple City’s newest destination for fresh, exotic custom Poke creations. Don’t worry, there are no Pokemon being harmed – Poke is a Hawaiian dish,…

August Art Column

August Art Column

    By Jeff Davis Peter Alexander’s “Sculpture 1966 – 2016: A Career Survey” is…

Calendar: Aug. 11 to 17

Calendar: Aug. 11 to 17

    EDITOR’S PICK: Monthly Bird Walk with Pasadena Audubon (Aug. 13 @ 8 a.m.…

Cal Phil Takes Center Stage at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Cal Phil Takes Center Stage at Walt Disney Concert Hall

    Maestro Victor Vener and his California Philharmonic (Cal Phil) are thrilled to welcome…

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    Ringo Starr Celebrates His 76th Birthday By Terry Miller My first opportunity to photograph Ringo should have been in 1965 at Shea Stadium in New York.…

Monthly Feature: Cooling Off in a California Way

Monthly Feature: Cooling Off in a California Way

    By Roshan Perera With the heat rising and the solstice marking the longest day of the year on June 20, there is no doubt that summer…

Play Review: ‘Tennessee Williams UnScripted’

Play Review: ‘Tennessee Williams UnScripted’

  By Nathaniel Cayanan Improv has a bad rap – even some of our favorite television shows mock improv as a reduced art-form, where actors talk aimlessly, spewing…

Monthly Feature: Nearby ‘Dark Skies’

Monthly Feature: Nearby ‘Dark Skies’

    By Roshan Perera A strange occurrence happened on the night of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. As documented by various…

Monthly Feature: Nearby ‘Dark Skies’

    By Roshan Perera A strange occurrence happened on the night of the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. As documented by various local emergency centers, people were calling…

Los Angeles PBS Affiliate to Air Film About Language Teachers in Taiwan

      “Taiwan: A Cultural Discovery,” a documentary about 16 Mandarin language teachers traveling to Taiwan to sharpen their teaching skills, will be airing in Los…

St. Luke Church Bingo Game to Offer Player Specials in June

St. Luke Catholic Community’s weekly Linked Bingo games will feature special player giveaways and incentives the second and fourth Tuesday in June. Bingo sessions are played every…

Monthly Art Column (6/2/16 Issue)

    By Jeff Davis Ed Moses@90 is currently on exhibit at the William Turner Gallery in Bergamot Station Arts Center (2525 Michigan Ave., suite E-1, Santa…

Create Memorable Moments This Summer – Design an Outdoor Room for All to Enjoy 

    By Melinda Myers No matter your budget, space, or gardening experience, you can design an outdoor entertainment area for you, your family, and friends to enjoy. Start by…

Memorial Day Events on KCET

      KCET, the nation’s largest independent public television station, recently announced plans to host two blocks of special programming during Memorial Day weekend, exploring the…

Monthly Feature: Our Forgotten ‘States’

    By Roshan Perera Asian Pacific American Heritage month is coming to a close. When most of us think of “Asian-Americans,” we imagine someone who has…

The New ‘Chinatown’

      By Roshan Perera The name Chinatown conjures up images of pagoda style roofs, Fu Dogs or dragon statues, and bright, vibrant colored buildings lined…

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