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Angeles Chorale Presents A Musical Bite of the Big Apple: From Broadway to Bernstein

“New York, New York here we come!” On June 10th, join the Angeles Chorale as they conclude their 42nd season, Made in America, with a tribute to the city that never sleeps. The Chorale’s 2016-2017 musical road trip continues with A Musical Bite of the Big Apple: From Broadway to Bernstein, celebrating American classics and the New York composers who created them. “The concert will…

Caltech Researchers Take a Closer Look at Genetic Switches in Cancer

The DPF2 protein controls a genetic switch that tells blood stem cells when to become red and white blood cells. When DPF2 is bound to DNA-protein complexes called nucleosomes at specific regions in the genome,…

NASA to Discuss FY2018 Budget Proposal, Provide Virtual Tours of Centers

NASA will hold a series of events Tuesday, May 23, highlighting the agency’s Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal, including a televised State of NASA address by acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot and Facebook Live virtual tours…

Friends of Music Presents Jazz for the City: The Matt Harris Quartet

From Top Clockwise: Matt Harris, Rob Lockart, Lee Spath and Domenic Genova. Photo courtesy PPCMusic.net The Friends of Music at Pasadena Presbyterian Church will present an evening of Jazz by the Matt Harris Quartet on…

“Lily and the Octopus” Booksigning and Dachshunds at Flintridge Bookstore & Coffeehouse

On Sunday, June 4, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Flintridge Bookstore & Coffeehouse hosts a talk and signing for Steven Rowley in conjunction with the paperback release of his national bestselling debut novel Lily…

Friday, May 26

The Norton Simon Museum Presents ‘Josef von Sternberg in Hollywood’ Film Series

In conjunction with the exhibition Maven of Modernism: Galka Scheyer in California, the Norton Simon Museum presents a selection of films by director and art…

Saturday, May 27

Memory 5D+… An Immersive Musical Odyssey to a Distant Past

Thousands of years of Chinese music meets the 2017 era of stagecraft in the rhapsodic and romantic live stage production Memory 5D+ – An Immersive…

Tuesday, May 30

Call for Submissions Issued for Inaugural “Art Takeover” Old Pasadena Event

Old Pasadena Management District is seeking submissions from artists for BoldPas, a one-day “art takeover” of historic Old Pasadena taking place Saturday, August 12, 2017.…

Friday, June 02

Pasadena Museum of California Art, Red Hen Press Collaborate to Commemorate Museum’s 15th Year

On June 2, 2017 Red Hen Press will join PMCA in celebration of the museum’s fifteenth anniversary. This free, all-ages event will welcome the community…

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Caltech Scientists Look to Skies to Improve Tsunami Detection

Scientists Look to Skies to Improve Tsunami Detection Real-time detection of perturbations of the ionosphere Animation of Oct. 27, 2012, Queen Charlotte Island tsunami Real-time detection of perturbations of the ionosphere caused by the Oct. 27, 2012, Queen Charlotte Island tsunami off the coast of British Columbia, Canada, using the VARION algorithm. Credit: Sapienza University/NASA-JPL/Caltech A team of scientists from Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Sapienza University in Rome, Italy has developed a new approach to assist in the ongoing development of timely tsunami detection systems, based upon measurements of how tsunamis disturb a part of Earth’s atmosphere. The new approach,…

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