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March 20, 2008
French Art Soirée and wine tasting Alliance Française de Pasadena again offering the French Art Soirée, an evening each year inspired by French culture that includes an art exhibition, Champagne, regional wine tasting, and a progressive stroll through Old Pasadena, from 4 to 7 p.m. March 22. This event celebrating classic French joie de vivre is free and open to all. The Soirée is timed with the international celebration of...
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February 3, 2005
Join a cast of eccentric characters as they wander the halls of a modern art museum in Tina Howe's "Museum," opening tonight in the PCC Little Theater. The play takes place during the final day of an exhibit at a modern art museum housing works by three contemporary American artists. During the course of the play, the museum is visited by nearly 40 people: artists, socialites, students, foreigners and lost souls. Museum guards oversee the exhibit and provide a framework for the play's action.
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By Reg Green | November 27, 2013
Fall has arrived in the local mountains with startling suddenness. Two weeks ago I took a leisurely hike along the backbone of the San Gabriel Mountains, sunning myself from time to time on the hot rocks, the desert haze on one side, the ocean haze on the other. Last week, at 9,000 feet, I had to walk warily around patches of hard ice - for a lone hiker even a sprained ankle up here could be big problem. To the south, fleecy autumnal clouds were building up over the ocean. To the north the desert air was scrubbed clean enough to clearly see the growth of habitation in what used to be the dreaded empty Mojave.
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December 8, 2005
Learn about the past of your favorite shopping area on the Montrose Walking Tour on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 11 a.m. John Drayman will narrate as we stroll by the historic shops along Honolulu. John is the unofficial historian for Montrose and gives a fascinating and humorous look at the evolution of the quaint little town that has become one of the jewels of the Crescenta Valley. We'll meet in front of White's Art Gallery at 2414 Honolulu Ave. and take an easy, two-block walk ending at the new restaurant area of the 2200 block (just in time for lunch)
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By Erna Taylor-Stark | January 24, 2008
On a brisk, bright, very early (6:30 a.m. to be precise) Saturday morning, the sun glints off more than 100 hot rods, vintage cars and sunglasses as members of the Early Rodders make their weekly trek to the parking lot of the United Artists movie theatres on Verdugo Road. Even though this particular weekend happens to be a holiday weekend, this group is not too depleted. Pulling into the parking lot, men and women can be seen clustered in groups, talking, peering into car windows, under hoods and checking paint jobs.
FEATURES
February 23, 2006
Travel back to Old Havana for an evening of romance when Mayfield Senior School's hosts its annual benefit, "Old Havana," on March 4 at a private venue in Los Angeles. Benefit Co-Chairs Tracy Arcuri of Pasadena and Jane Osborn of Altadena invite the public to make reservations for the evening benefiting Mayfield Senior School. Enjoy conversation over fine wine and food amid an atmosphere evoking 1940s Havana, the "Paris of the Caribbean." Stroll with past the tables of silent auction temptations as you sip on Cuba Libre while listening to Mayfield Vocal Conservatory singers deliver standards such as "Night and Day," "The Man I Love" and "Someone to Watch Over Me."
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By by Jessica Pih special to the valley sun | February 28, 2008
Because the La Cañada High School Backwards Dance has not been off-campus in over a decade, Backwards is going to be an exceptional and unique dance. The ?girl-ask-guy? Backwards dance will be at the Atrium, which is in the Wallis Annenberg Building at the California Science Center near USC. Backwards is from 7 to 11 p.m. March 22. This Paris-themed dance is titled ?City of Lights.? The theme, location and court were announced on Feb. 21 in the La Cañada High School quad during break.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 14, 2007
Families will kick back and kick up their heels this Sunday, June 17, at Descanso Gardens' Father's Day Cowboy Luau. This happy-hearted family day will be filled with barbeque, trick roping, crafts and the toe-tapping tunes of the Kahuna Cowboys Jug Band. Everything but the food and gift shop purchases are free with Gardens admission. Families will want to arrive early to enjoy it all, including: BBQ, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Special fare, prepared on the Main Lawn by Patina, includes grilled teriyaki or regular hamburgers, hot dogs and more.
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By Jane Napier Neely | February 12, 2009
It is hearts and flowers day on Saturday — Happy Valentine’s Day! It seems that we are going to catch up with our rainfall numbers. The rain certainly has been falling and falling. On Monday afternoon it hailed like crazy at my house. Lola, my little dog, had just gone outside to take a stroll when she was being pelted by the little balls of ice. She couldn’t quite figure out what it was and came running pell-mell into the house again with a very frightened look on her face.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 9, 2009
Go abroad without leaving the country with The La Cañada Kiwanis on April 18, as the organization presents “Corsica and the Rivieras,” its next program in a series of travel films. Corsica is an island footprint in the Mediterranean with its big toe pointing north to the French Riviera and Italy’s Riviera di Oriente. The film, presented by Stan Walsh , explores all three, the rugged historic Corsica and the glittering coastline of the Italian and French Riviera.
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By Reg Green | November 27, 2013
Fall has arrived in the local mountains with startling suddenness. Two weeks ago I took a leisurely hike along the backbone of the San Gabriel Mountains, sunning myself from time to time on the hot rocks, the desert haze on one side, the ocean haze on the other. Last week, at 9,000 feet, I had to walk warily around patches of hard ice - for a lone hiker even a sprained ankle up here could be big problem. To the south, fleecy autumnal clouds were building up over the ocean. To the north the desert air was scrubbed clean enough to clearly see the growth of habitation in what used to be the dreaded empty Mojave.
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March 20, 2008
French Art Soirée and wine tasting Alliance Française de Pasadena again offering the French Art Soirée, an evening each year inspired by French culture that includes an art exhibition, Champagne, regional wine tasting, and a progressive stroll through Old Pasadena, from 4 to 7 p.m. March 22. This event celebrating classic French joie de vivre is free and open to all. The Soirée is timed with the international celebration of...
ENTERTAINMENT
February 3, 2005
Join a cast of eccentric characters as they wander the halls of a modern art museum in Tina Howe's "Museum," opening tonight in the PCC Little Theater. The play takes place during the final day of an exhibit at a modern art museum housing works by three contemporary American artists. During the course of the play, the museum is visited by nearly 40 people: artists, socialites, students, foreigners and lost souls. Museum guards oversee the exhibit and provide a framework for the play's action.
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