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Huntington to Hold Discussion on “Healthcare in China One Thousand Years Ago”

Nathan Sivin, a noted historian will discuss a golden period in Chinese history when medical practice shifted to a much…

KPCC 89.3 Pays Tribute to Women in Space

Photo courtesy “Makers” KPCC 89.3 will pay tribute to the women engineers, mathematicians and astronauts in American history through a…

Music

Theatre

Impro Theatre Presents Special Holiday Edition of “Twilight Zone Unscripted”

The award-winning Impro Theatre is putting a holiday twist on one of their most popular shows by presenting Twilight Zone UnScripted: Special Holiday Edition at The Carrie Hamilton Theatre at…

Casting for Stop Kiss Announced

The Pasadena Playhouse (Sheldon Epps, Artistic Director and Elizabeth Doran, Executive Director) announces the cast of Stop Kiss, the second production of its 2014-2015 Season. Written by Diana Son and…

1961 Novel “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” Goes Onstage

The Pasadena City College’s Visual Media and Performing Arts has adapted the 1961 novel “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” for a play to be shown at the Center for…

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Art

AxS Festival 2014 | Curiosity

Art+Science

Beginning September 19, the Pasadena Arts Council will present the sixth AxS Festival, a proving ground where ideas, scientific theories and…

Learn How to Make Artistic, Realistic Plant Drawings at Huntington

“Pitcher Plant,” watercolor on paper, by Lisa Pompelli Illustrators say drawing plants and seeds is complicated because it involves not…

California Art League’s Gold Medal Exhibit “All That Glitters”

Dazzling Duo by Knell (l), Soiree by G. Linden (r). Photo courtesy California Art League The California Art League is…

Children's Events

Kids Can Create and Play Their Own Japanese Drums at Lakeshore

Thursday 18, 2014  Stir the inner artist and musician in your children when they create their own Japanese Den Den drums during the…

Play, Build, Be Creative with Legos at Altadena Library

  Children will be able to create robots, cars, people and other objects from their imagination using Legos at the Altadena…

ArtNight Pasadena

Friday 12, 2014  Celebrating 130 Years of Reading Meet local authors, artists and well-known storybook characters. Enjoy family fun activities; musical performances, craft…

“RISE of the Jack O’Lanterns” A Must-See Halloween Experience Coming to Descanso Gardens

Thursday 11, 2014  "RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns" will feature more than 5,000 artist-carved jack o'lanterns displayed in the Rose Garden of Descanso…

Kids are in the Driver’s Seat at 2nd Annual Southern California Children’s Museum “Touch-a-Truck” Event

Wednesday 10, 2014  Southern California Children’s Museum announces its second annual “Touch-a-Truck” event for residents of the San Gabriel Valley and beyond. Designed…

Food & Drink

Taste of Pasadena and SIP-tember Finale at the Rose Bowl

  SIP-tember: a Celebration of the Cocktail reaches its dramatic conclusion with the Cocktail Bracket Challenge Finale at the Taste of Pasadena on September 25th at the historic Rose Bowl in Pasadena from 6pm to 9pm. The four finalist cocktails will be served up in a live competition from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with those in attendance voting to determine Pasadena’s Cocktail of the Year for 2014. The Pasadena…

Shopping for Fruits and Veggies Accompanied by Music at South Pasadena Farmers’ Market

Shop for fruits and vegetables directly from local farmers, while enjoying music and a variety of ready-to-eat foods at the South Pasadena Farmers’ Market near the Gold Line South Pasadena Station on Thursday, September 4, from 4:00-8:00 p.m. More than a dozen farmers and vendors will be selling their own products, which include jams, jellies, fish and more. The market also has a number of vendors with prepared food, live…