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The party’s over for one, but just starting for the other: The 32nd Occasional Doo Dah Parade

Organizers say this Year Should be the Largest Ever…. Okay Folks. We can, once again, drive safely (not to mention park somewhere remotely close to our intended destination) in the…

Get Your Kicks on Route 66

The Ruth and Charles Gilb Arcadia Historical Museum is opening a new exhibit, “Get Your Kicks on Route 66!” which will run from January 10 through March 28, 2009. This…

Music News – DOO DAH MADNESS!

Music News – DOO DAH MADNESS!

Pasadena’s “other” Parade is happening this Sunday, January 18th and you never know what sort of freaks it’ll bring out of the woodwork!  The 32nd OCCASIONAL DOO DAH PARADE kicks…

Celebrated Photography Fair Photo L.A. is Largest Exhibition of Its Kind

The Pasadena Independent got a chance to preview the show last night. We accompanied Pulitzer Prize winning Associated Press photographer, Nick Ut around the Barker Hangar for about an hour…

Rabbit Hole Opens at Arcadia High on Tuesday

Arcadia High Little Theatre Presents “Rabbit Hole” Arcadia High School presents its new production of “Rabbit Hole” – David Lindsay- Abaire’s Pulitzer Prize winning play which opens Jan 13 and…

Music News – In Memory Of…

Music News – In Memory Of…

It is with great sadness that I write this week’s Music News and search thru my photos for the perfect picture of GREG PINEDA, lead singer and guitarist of ALUMINUM…

Ringing in the Holiday Season with Henson Puppets, Rose Queen and Court

Ringing in the Holiday Season with Henson Puppets, Rose Queen and Court

Five Acres Board Chair Bill Clark with some of the Henson puppets at Five Acres’ recent open house. Five Acres therapeutic treatment center for abused and at-risk children rang in…

The Music News

The Music News

If you’re looking for a place to see some live music while toasting the New Year, there’s three good suggestions here: from solo Blues guitar in South Pasadena, to acoustic…

All the New Year’s a Stage

The Sierra Madre Playhouse will offer a varied season of comedy, drama and musicals in its upcoming 30th year of operation. The new schedule of shows includes originals as well…

Display of “Viewing Stones” at Huntington Library opens Dec. 27

Visitors coming to Pasadena for the New Year’s parade and football game can start things off with event that really rocks: the annual display of “viewing stones” at the Huntington…