Arts and Culture

Jenny November 3, 2014

“Art Crawl Experience” or simply “ACE” is a visually invigorating, tastefully titillating, and an auditory explosive art walk and arts festival that takes place from 6pm to 10pm. ACE was created by artists and community leaders with the intent of bringing arts and culture downtown by showcasing art in public places, street artisans, pop-up galleries, […]

Jenny June 10, 2014

By Vickie Vertiz The Anaheim Packing House just had its grand opening. The old Sunkist packing plant is now a new marketplace and dining hall sure to attract locals and tourists alike. Although the words “dining hall” make it sound like a college cafeteria, the Packing House is anything but that. The market is filled […]

admin November 22, 2013

The Colorado Street Bridge – iconic landmark, connecting thoroughfare, engineering marvel, artistic inspiration, preservation model, and film star – is the focus of a new exhibition at Pasadena Museum of History in commemoration of the grand structure’s 100th anniversary. The Colorado Street Bridge Centennial Exhibition is on view in the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Gallery […]

admin May 20, 2013

Internationally known trumpetist David Longoria will lend his musical talents for Duarte High School Jazz Band and Concert Band’s fundraising Spring Concert Friday, May 31, at the Duarte Performing Arts Center. Longoria, who earned numerous prestigious awards, performed on tracks that created a wall full of gold records, and headlined at auditoriums, amphitheatres, and concert […]

admin May 8, 2013

Organist Timothy Howard will present an eclectic recital of music ranging over four centuries on Saturday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. on the Æolian-Skinner sanctuary organ at Pasadena Presbyterian Church, 585 E. Colorado Blvd. (at Madison Ave.) in the Playhouse District of downtown Pasadena. The recital — the eighth event on the church’s “Friends of […]

admin May 2, 2013

Annual PUSD exhibit showcases student visual and performing art No Boundaries 8, the annual exhibit of student art organized by the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD), opens Friday, May 3 with a reception at 6 p.m. The exhibition features more than 400 drawings, paintings, sculptures and videos created by kindergarten-12th grade students from every school […]

admin April 29, 2013

Discussion & book signing with Dr. Adilifu Nama In celebration of Free Comic Book Day, an annual event held the first Saturday in May throughout the United States, Dr. Adilifu Nama, who is Associate Professor of African American Studies at Loyola Marymount University, will discuss and sign copies of his book, Super Black: American Pop […]

admin April 29, 2013

“UCLA is honored to present to Los Angeles audiences an exciting selection of films that vividly illus-trates the breadth and excellence of Czech Cinema. The program features everything from a tale of magical realism to a police procedural, a caper film, and much more – all generously ladled with the wry humor that marks the […]