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Flintridge Bookstore & Coffeehouse Presents Carol Wawrychuk Book Signing: “Taking Nana Home”

On Thursday, April 30, at 7:00 p.m., Flintridge Bookstore & Coffeehouse hosts a talk and book signing for author Carol Wawrychuk, longtime resident of La Cañada Flintridge and retired teacher from the city’s Paradise Canyon Elementary School. Her book, Taking Nana Home, is the true account of her search for her grandmother’s grave decades after Nana’s death. In 2004, thirty-five years after she died while…

Pasadena Boys & Girls Club Highlights Its Performing Arts Program with Music Recital

The Pasadena Boys & Girls Club celebrated National Boys & Girl Club Week on Thursday night with a musical recital highlighting its performing arts center on East Del Mar Boulevard. “One of the things that…

Huntington Memorial is First San Gabriel Valley Hospital to Offer Groundbreaking Minimally Invasive Heart Valves Replacement

The Huntington Hospital TAVR team is led by Dr. Azhil (Alex) Durairaj and Dr. Robbin Cohen. (Photo: Huntington Memorial Hospial) Huntington Memorial Hospital is the first facility in the San Gabriel Valley to perform transcatheter…

Caltech Economist Richard Roll Wins Onassis Prize in Finance

Richard Roll, the Linde Institute Professor of Finance at Caltech. (Image: Lance Hayashida/Caltech Office of Strategic Communications) Richard Roll, the Linde Institute Professor of Finance at Caltech, has been named one of two recipients of…

KORN Guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer Performs With Students at McKinley School, Delivers Instruments

To celebrate national Music In Our Schools Month, Little Kids Rock — a national nonprofit dedicated to expanding music education in disadvantaged public schools nationwide — teamed up with KORN guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer and…

Saturday, March 28

“Properties of Silence” and “Post-Silence” Salon Series: A Convergence of Women’s Voices

Poetry, science and history meld as famed 17th century poet Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz crosses paths with a contemporary realtor and her pool…

Saturday, March 28

Paul Williams Home Tour

Tour a classic home designed by one of Southern California’s renowned architects on Saturday, March 28 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Built in 1927…

Sunday, March 29

Fun and Games at Pasadena Museum of History – Interactive Trivia Exhibits

Are you a Pasadena Know-It-All? Two unique exhibitions at Pasadena Museum of History this winter will test your knowledge of the Crown City and prove…

Sunday, March 29

Offramp Gallery Presents a Group Exhibition “Sampled”

From Top Clockwise: Meg Madison, Dreams of Noah: Theatre, Joshus Tree, 2012, silver gelatin photograph, linen thread, 11" x 14"; Joan Weinzettle, Cosmic Laundry, 2014,…

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Caltech-Occidental Symphony to be Featured in a Special Benefit Concert for Friends in Deed

The Caltech-Occidental Symphony will be featured in a special benefit concert for Friends in Deed, one of Pasadena’s most important service organizations. This event will take place on Saturday evening, April 11, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. at St. Philip the Apostle Church, 151 S. Hill Avenue in Pasadena. Friends In Deed, an interfaith collaborative now in its 120th year, is dedicated to meeting the many needs of the most vulnerable residents of greater Pasadena‹homeless and at-risk individuals including women and children. Its services include a Food Pantry, a Women’s Shelter, and a Bad Weather Shelter. The Orchestra, under the direction of…

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