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Musical Group “Upstream” Uses Caribbean Music to Share Message of Love

Upstream will spread their message of love through a night of free uplifting Caribbean music at Levitt Pavilion on Thursday,…

Scholars to Gather in Pasadena for International Symposium “Does God Play Dice?”

Scholars from various disciplines will gather in Pasadena for an international symposium entitled “Does God Play Dice? Randomness and Divine…

Music

Theatre

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…

Stupid F–King Bird Extended Two Weeks

The Theatre @ Boston Court and Circle X Theatre Co. announce the extension of Stupid Fucking Bird by Aaron Posner, directed by Michael Michetti, through August 10, 2014. About Stupid…

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

Local Artist Sam Nicholson Donating 25 Percent of Sales to Hillsides

Local fine artist Sam Nicholson is donating 25 percent of any of his paintings purchased by supporters of the Pasadena-headquartered…

Create Earth-Friendly Indigenous Art Through Australian Dot Painting

Painting by Janell Mithani The Pasadena Public Library-Hastings Branch will hold a workshop on an aboriginal Australian folk art that…

Norton Simon to Hold Screening of Animated Film “The Aristocats”

The Norton Simon Museum will hold a screening of the 1978 Disney animated film “The Aristocrats” on Wednesday, July 30,…

Children's Events

Celebrate “One World, International Week” at Arboretum’s Summer Camp

Tuesday 22, 2014  Children will enjoy educational fun activities while learning the value of diplomacy during the Arboretum’s Summer Nature Camp session 7…

Learn and Make Indian Folk Art at Children Summer Workshop

  Children will learn the intricate folk art of India and create their own work during the Mithila Nepal Art classes…

Children Become Mini-Architects at Space Arts Camp Week 3

Monday 21, 2014  The Space Arts Center’s summer camp week 3 will let children experience being an architect as they create miniature furniture…

Picasso Found His Style; You Too Can at Norton Simon

Sunday 20, 2014  The Norton Simon Museum’s “Stories in the Afternoon” event on Sunday, July 27, 2:00-3:00 p.m., will focus on “Finding Your…

One Hour of Spanish Stories, Music, Crafts at Pasadena Library

Thursday 22, 2014  Bilingual Spanish speakers will enjoy an hour of stories, music and crafts during “Léeme un Cuento” or “Read Me a…

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…