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“The World’s Greatest Sports Coupes” at the Petersen

“The World’s Greatest Sports Coupes” at the Petersen

A small cadre of rock legends, critically acclaimed film directors, famous actors, and world-renown race car drivers all have one thing in common – a passionate relationship with the automobile.…

It’s not a show – It’s an experience! Circus Vargas presents Magikaria Extreme!

It’s not a show – It’s an experience! Circus Vargas presents Magikaria Extreme!

Get ready for the ultimate entertainment extravaganza for all ages! Circus Vargas will debut its most mind-blowing, highly anticipated spectacular ever! Join us, where the magic begins and the heart-pounding,…

Maestro Victor Vener and his California Philharmonic

Maestro Victor Vener and his California Philharmonic

2014 program promises enchanted evenings of magical music at Santa Anita Race Track -Photo by Terry Miller There is a buzz that begins around this time of year. A buzz…

Young Musicians Foundation’s (YMF’s) Debut in Arcadia – April 12

Young Musicians Foundation’s (YMF’s) Debut in Arcadia – April 12

-Courtesy Photo Young Musicians Foundation’s (YMF’s) pre-professional Debut Orchestra comes to the Arcadia Performing Arts Center for the first time on Saturday, April 12 for an evening of inspired storytelling…

Happening in Temple City April 5

April 5 – Father Bill Adams, past president of Southern California Renewal Communities, will celebrate a charismatic mass and teaching service at 9 a.m. at St. Luke’s Catholic Church (9451…

Temple City ‘Pink Mustaches’ take state championship

Temple City ‘Pink Mustaches’ take state championship

A girls’ youth soccer team from Temple City recently won the state championship in Bakersfield. Known as the “Pink Mustaches,” the team – made up of girls ages 8, 9…

Need ‘Burgers and Fries’ plus a kid friendly bar? Go to Islands

Need ‘Burgers and Fries’ plus a kid friendly bar? Go to Islands

If for no other reason, go to Island’s Burgers for the French fries. Cooked to a golden brown and well seasoned, these baskets of fries come bottomless and they are…

Pancho Barnes: Pasadena’s Indomitable Aviatrix Tuesday, March 25, 6:30 pm Pasadena Museum of History

Pancho Barnes: Pasadena’s Indomitable Aviatrix Tuesday, March 25, 6:30 pm Pasadena Museum of History

One of the most important women in 20th century aviation, Florence Leontine Lowe “Pancho” Barnes (1901-1975) was born in Pasadena, raised in San Marino, married a South Pasadena minister –…

Clay Festival & Gift Show returns to the Los Angeles County Arboretum April 5 -6

The American Ceramic Society – Design Chapter (ACS-DC) Clay Festival & Gift Show is returning on April 5th and 6th for its 10th annual show to the Los Angeles County…

“Battledrum” portrays youths’ role in Civil War

“Battledrum” portrays youths’ role in Civil War

Sierra Madre Playhouse offers all-encompassing experience -Courtesy Photo Be there! Even before the drumbeat starts, pulsing louder and louder, you’ll want to be in your seat for “Battledrum.” The earlier-than-usual…

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