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All-Female Group to Celebrate Second Grammy Win at Levitt Pavilion

The Musical group Mariachi Divas will celebrate their second win in the Grammy Awards with a free concert at Levitt…

Concert and Cinema in One

The California Philharmonic Orchestra will present musical pieces from some of the most memorable films and series in history during…

Music

Theatre

Caltech Students Present “Barbara”: A Play on Hypocrisy, Morality, Religion

Caltech students will present an early 20th century play by Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw entitled “Major Barbara” in the institute’s Dabney Hall beginning on Friday, August 8, 8:00 p.m.…

Wayne Brady to Star in Kiss Me, Kate at Pasadena Playhouse

Wayne Brady. Photo courtesy The Pasadena Playhouse The Pasadena Playhouse (Artistic Director Sheldon Epps and Executive Director Elizabeth Doran) announced today that Wayne Brady will star as Fred/Petruchio in the…

Enjoy 19th Century Opera at Fifth Annual Victorian Garden Party

The Opera A La Carte will celebrate its 5th Annual Victorian Garden Party with a night of opera, music, food and wine, and silent auction at the Neighborhood Church on…

Nightlife

Fritz Coleman Performances to Support Local Non-Profit Organizations

NBC weatherman and stand-up comedian Fritz Coleman will return to the Ice House to perform his show “Fritz Coleman Speaks to a Generation” on Sunday, August 17 and Sunday, September…

Art

Artists Paint the Town in South Pasadena

Colors

Buster's 8 x 10 Jose L. De Juan As part of Colors of Summer 2 art show at The Burgess…

“Seismic Light” New Paintings by Douglas C. Bloom

Jack and Joan Quinn, Douglas C. Bloom and Ruth Bachofner. Photo credit: Grant Hilling Artist Douglas C. Bloom introduced a…

Travel from Persia to the Pacific Islands at USC Pacific Asia Museum Tour

Explore USC Pacific Asia Museum’s more than 15,000 piece collection from Persia to the Pacific Islands during a docent-led tour…

Children's Events

Last Straw for Arboretum’s Summer Nature Camp on Monday

Wednesday 30, 2014  It’s not too late for your child to enjoy the Arboretum’s Summer Nature Camp this year.  Its last session entitled…

Last Day of Summer Reading Fun at Sierra Madre Public Library

Tuesday 29, 2014  Join Sierra Madre Public Library on Saturday, August 2 for free library fun for the whole family. “The Wolf Who…

Oldest Children’s Theater to Hold Free Puppet Show at Levitt Pavilion

  The Bob Baker Marionettes, reportedly the oldest children’s theater company in Los Angeles, are set to entertain both youth and…

USC Museum’s Silk Road Story Time for Children Focuses on China

  The USC Pacific Asia Museum will focus on the “Land of Sleeping Giant” China during the Silk Road Story Time…

Space Center to End Four-Week Art Camp with Sculpture Making

Sunday 27, 2014  The Space Arts Center will cap its four-week art summer camp program by introducing children to famous sculpture compositions and…

Food & Drink

The Original Domenico’s: Don’t Settle for a Substitute

It was a Tuesday night at 5:00 p.m. and Domenico’s was jumping with families and couples out for an Italian dinner. Pizza, pasta, meat and fish dishes all done with flair from old family recipes by co-owner and chef Don Bitoni Jr. While you might not want a heavy plate of pasta in the summer, the Original Domenico’s has plenty of light choices for the hot weather. “The fish has…

New Chef, New Manager, New Lunch Sandwich Choices for Trattoria Neapolis Patrons

Trattoria Neapolis Italian Restaurant & Bar comes with a new chef, a new general manager, and of course, a new and better set of lunch sandwiches to choose from. Pork lovers can now enjoy the Slow Roasted Pork “Porchetta,” filled with grilled red onions, arugula and roasted apple mostarda, as well as the House Made Pork Meatball, which includes San Marzano tomato sauce, provolone cheese, black olives, Calabrian chili and…