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Pasadena Showcase House for The Arts Accepting Applications for Grants

The doors to the Pasadena Showcase House of Design have closed; but, the volunteers of Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) are busier than ever preparing for the next…

CALIFORNIA ART LEAGUE’s “Summers Past” EXHIBIT June 27-September 26, 2014

CALIFORNIA ART LEAGUE’s “Summers Past” EXHIBIT June 27-September 26, 2014

“Long Ride Home” by Lynne Fearman The California Art League is excited to announce its latest exhibit: the Second Annual Open Juried Show entitled “Summers Past,” featuring original works of…

TCHS Students Excel in Congressional Art Competition

TCHS Students Excel in Congressional Art Competition

Photo caption: Crystal Truong, Congresswoman Chu, Yimey Ma, Nyssa Situ Temple City High School students Yimey Ma, Nyssa Situ, and Crystal Truong were among the top finalists in the 33rd…

Temple City’s 70th Camellia Festival Parade celebrated over weekend

Temple City’s 70th Camellia Festival Parade celebrated over weekend

Austin Bateman and Ella Clinton ride proudly down Las Tumas Saturday morning as King and Queen of the Camellia Festival – Photo by Terry Miller Temple City’s 70th Camellia Festival…

Colorado Street Bridge Centennial Exhibition opens at Pasadena Museum of History

Colorado Street Bridge Centennial Exhibition opens at Pasadena Museum of History

The Colorado Street Bridge – iconic landmark, connecting thoroughfare, engineering marvel, artistic inspiration, preservation model, and film star – is the focus of a new exhibition at Pasadena Museum of…

Sierra Madre Public Art Design shown – Nov. 21

The public is invited to see the proposed final art plans by artist Kyungmi Shin for the Sierra Made Village Corridor Public Art Project at a community meeting on Thursday,…

Snotty Scotty and the Hankies ….

Snotty Scotty and the Hankies ….

Part Deux, Dah By Terry Miller With a very extraordinary 25 year anniversary gig coming up next month for Snotty Scotty and the Hankies (to commemorate their debut album on…

Trumpetist David Longoria to lend musical talents to DHS fundraising spring concert

Trumpetist David Longoria to lend musical talents to DHS fundraising spring concert

Internationally known trumpetist David Longoria will lend his musical talents for Duarte High School Jazz Band and Concert Band’s fundraising Spring Concert Friday, May 31, at the Duarte Performing Arts…

Timothy Howard to perform free organ recital on May 11

Timothy Howard to perform free organ recital on May 11

Organist Timothy Howard will present an eclectic recital of music ranging over four centuries on Saturday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. on the Æolian-Skinner sanctuary organ at Pasadena Presbyterian Church,…

‘No Boundaries 8’ art exhibit opens on May 3

Annual PUSD exhibit showcases student visual and performing art No Boundaries 8, the annual exhibit of student art organized by the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD), opens Friday, May 3…