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Union Station and MUSE/IQUE Team Up to Present a Beatles Mashup Concert to Help End Homelessness

Union Station Homeless Services and MUSaE/IQUE teamed up yet again for a genre-bending evening of entertainment for a great cause. More than 375 guests enjoyed the 15th annual An Evening for the Station benefit concert, which raised more than $80,000 for the non-profit homeless services agency. Guests enjoyed an incredible Beatles/Bash by MUSE/IQUE, the “counter conventional” orchestra on October 29 at 6:00 p.m., at Noor…

Western Asset and Other Volunteers Scare Up Some Halloween Fun for Hillsides Children

Twenty-six volunteers from Western Asset Management in Pasadena arrived on Hillsides campus Tuesday, October 28, to provide pumpkin carving and an In-N-Out Burger truck for the children of Hillsides. Hillsides patio was turned into a…

Read it and Eat

More than 300 friends of the San Marino Library celebrated its 2014 “Food Around the World” event Saturday evening, October 25. Guests were treated to a dazzling and delicious array of foods from Thailand and…

Sierra Madre Library Open House – A Hit

Sierra Madre’s public library was filled to the brim as more than 700 friends and neighbors joined the festivities at the Library Open House on October 11. Residents enjoyed speaking with 12 local authors, a…

Mobility Works Rocks On with Oktoberfest

Mobility Works Pasadena hosted their annual Oktoberfest celebration and they packed the house. Throngs of people came by to enjoy performances by the Rough Riders Powerchair Soccer Team and Walk & Roll Foundation’s Dance Team.…

Saturday, November 08

The Pasadena Museum of California Art Honors Artist Kenny Scharf and PMCA Founding Board Member Merry Norris

Kenny Scharf (l) and PMCA Founding Board Member Merry Norris (r) The Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) is pleased to announce that it will…

Wednesday, November 12

Shakespeare Club Presents its Annual “Wine and Cheese Party”

The annual “Wine and Cheese Party” held at the Shakespeare Clubhouse in September is always a favorite event for Shakespeare Club members and a great…

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Bloom Where Planted Hosts ‘Magical Music and Champagne Evening’

When Edmund and Mary Fry went on a safari in Kenya in 2003, they happened to visit a small edifice in the middle of a rural area with no windows, no doors, a dirt floor and 300 children who called the place their school. “We could not believe it was a school for the local children,” Edmund Fry recounted. “We decided then to dedicate ourselves to rebuilding the school.” Today as the result of the Pasadena couple’s fund-raising efforts, Longonot Primary School not only has doors, windows and cement floors, but also blackboards, desks, books, school supplies, a good group…

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