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    Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960, Saturday, September 29, 2018 12:00 pm Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960, Saturday, September 29, 2018 12:00 pm
    Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960 September 29, 2018 - March 31, 2019
    12:00 pm–5:00 pm
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    Historically marginalized? Relegated to “Sunday painters”? Encouraged to paint or sculpt children, still-lifes, puppies, kittens, ducklings, and a random landscape? Pasadena Museum of History's exhibition Something Revealed; California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960 stands to dispel the misconception that women were limited in their subject matter and demonstrates that women, especially here in California, have historically made their mark in a male-dominated world. 

    Even today, the role of men in the annals of art history frequently overshadows the artistic accomplishments made by women. The exhibition will show a long history of excellence in female-created art and prove that women could and did contribute to the evolution of style, technique, and exploration in the world of art.

    This exhibition of more than 200 pieces showcases just a fraction of the countless number of women who were working in the arts beginning in the mid-nineteenth century in California. Focusing on works produced between the mid-1800s through the 1950s, the exhibition presents an eclectic array of oil paintings, works on paper, ceramics, metal craft, textiles, and sculpture. Curated by Maurine St. Gaudens and accompanied by her four volume book, Emerging from the Shadows; A Survey of Women Artists Working in California, 1860-1960, this exhibition will stimulate conversations and shatter any preconceived notions of the limitations of art created by women.

    Phase I runs from September 29, 2018 through January 13, 2019; Phase II opens January 20 and runs through March 31, 2019. The exhibition will be closed January 14-19. 

    Galleries are open Wednesdays-Sundays, 12 noon to 5:00pm.

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    Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment, Sunday, January 27, 2019 Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment, Sunday, January 27, 2019
    Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment January 27, 2019 - May 12, 2019
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    The Armory Center for the Arts is pleased to present Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment from January 27 through May 12, 2019 in the Armory’s Caldwell Gallery.  The exhibition has been organized by Irene Tsatsos, the Armory’s Director of Exhibition Programs/Chief Curator.  It will be preceded by a free, public reception on January 26 from 7-9pm. Major support for the exhibition comes from the Pasadena Art Alliance, with special thanks to the Sara Kathryn Arledge Memorial Trust. An under-recognized painter and innovator of mid-20th century experimental cinema, Sara Kathryn Arledge (1911-1998) was a prolific artist who emphasized the eerie in the mundane and the disorienting in the beautiful.

    Defying convention and authority, Arledge created a diverse and experimental body of work in between film and painting. “My plan,” she said, ‘was to extend the nature of painting to include time.” One of her earliest influences was a performance by Thomas Wilfred, on his Clavilux, at the Pasadena Playhouse, which she saw in 1928 as a teenager.

    As a filmmaker Arledge is considered a pioneer of ciné-dance (dance made uniquely for and by the medium of film) combining avant-garde dance with film editing techniques to “add time to painting.”

    The exhibition will include Arledge’s seven films and hand-painted glass slides, which are held by the Pacific Film Archive (PFA) in Berkeley and only recently digitized. It will also include over 80 of her brilliant works on paper, which span six decades, as well as ephemera and archival material, including storyboards for dance-films.

     

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    Sandra de la Loza: Mi Casa Es Su Casa, Sunday, January 27, 2019 Sandra de la Loza: Mi Casa Es Su Casa, Sunday, January 27, 2019
    Sandra de la Loza: Mi Casa Es Su Casa January 27, 2019 - May 12, 2019
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    The Armory Center for the Arts is pleased to present Sandra de la Loza: Mi Casa Es Su Casa from January 27 through May 14, 2019 in the Armory’s Mezzanine Gallery. In Mi Casa Es Su Casa, the artist alters and intervenes on photographs of her own family to address issues of power, memory, and history through the concept of home. The exhibition is organized by Irene Tsatsos, Director of Exhibition Programs/Chief Curator.

    Growing up in sunny Southern California, de la Loza remembers that life was not always easy. Yet, in photo albums taken amidst white flight, her Mexican American family mimics a post-war ideal of what a happy, suburban American family should look like. According to the artist,  Mi Casa Es Su Casa aims to suggest the looming social and personal inequities that lay beneath “those perfect lawns and the stiff taffeta.

    By obscuring, and replacing the bodies and faces in the photographs, de la Loza calls attention to how the familiar elements of the family snapshot—the landscape, architecture, pose, and fashion—conceal embedded dynamics of race, class, and gender. According to Tsatsos, “Sandra calls out the private dramas that family photographs inadvertently reveal—the strains, the desires, and the discrepancies between the outward appearances of familiar togetherness and the complex, perhaps conflicted nature of the relationships among the subjects, along with the social context within which they perform.”

    Presented at the Armory as four immersive installations, Mi Casa Es Su Casa highlights a tension that continues into our contemporary moment, where increasingly difficult living conditions coincide with the pressure, especially via social media, to present a cheerful and fulfilled public image.

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    Gold Bug's 12th Annual Designer Event, Friday, February 1, 2019 Gold Bug's 12th Annual Designer Event, Friday, February 1, 2019
    Gold Bug's 12th Annual Designer Event February 1, 2019 - February 28, 2019
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    POP Champagne Valentine's Weekend Deal, Thursday, February 14, 2019 POP Champagne Valentine's Weekend Deal, Thursday, February 14, 2019
    POP Champagne Valentine's Weekend Deal February 14, 2019 - February 19, 2019
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    POP Champagne joins with The Bunker Experience for a Valentine's Weekend deal. Book an exciting escape game at The Bunker and then a romantic dinner one block away at POP to receive a free glass of sparkling wine and 15% off tickets. Offer valid February 14 through February 19. Use promo code LOVE19 when booking at The Bunker. Reservations are required. 

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    Black History Month Celebration, Monday, February 18, 2019 12:00 pm Black History Month Celebration, Monday, February 18, 2019 12:00 pm
    Black History Month Celebration February 18, 2019
    12:00 pm–2:30 pm
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    Black History Month Celebration


    12:00pm–2:30pm

    The Pasadena Senior Center hosts a Black History Month celebration, sponsored by the Pasadena Senior Center Ebony Ladies of Distinction. The event celebrates African American culture with a luncheon of soul food consisting of fried chicken, sides, and desserts, as well as live entertainment by JazzZone and more.

    Pre-paid reservations are required at the Welcome Desk no later than Friday, Feb. 15.

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    The Masters Series: Exploring Motion Pictures, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 2:00 pm The Masters Series: Exploring Motion Pictures, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 2:00 pm
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    Pasadena Senior Center hosts the winter term of The Masters Series, each Tuesday between January 15 and March 5. The series features the theme “Exploring Motion Pictures” and explores the myth, magic, and making of movies. 

    The Masters Series, which embraces and promotes life-long learning, is open to members of the Pasadena Senior Center. Individual talks are $15 each, or register for the full eight-week term for $105. Non-members can try the series by attending their first talk free of charge.

    Schedule and Topics: 

    Jan. 15 – Motion Pictures Part I: An Industry is Born. UCLA film historian Jonathan Kuntz will present an illustrated history of American motion pictures with an emphasis on the Hollywood studio system, from the early days to the development of the American movie industry. 

    Jan. 22 – Motion Pictures Part II: An Industry Matures. Jonathan Kuntz will cover the post-World War II era that brought an end to the studio system and ushered in television, the 1970s rebirth of Hollywood, the growth of global entertainment conglomerates and the digital revolution. 

    Jan. 29 – Movie Palaces. Edward Kelsey, president and founder of Historic Building Services Inc., will examine the history and future of the Los Angeles movie palaces that boasted beautiful and alluring architecture and design and showcased mesmerizing films and glamorous stars.

    Feb. 5 – The Rise and Fall of Women in Hollywood. Film historian Cari Beauchamp will discuss the early years of Hollywood when women were highly paid stars with good roles, powerful writers and producers and how today’s film industry is still influenced by that era.

    Feb. 12 – Politics and Popular Culture in the Movies. Dana Marterella, an English instructor at Glendale Community College with a specialty in politics and popular culture, will explore the ways social trends and filmmakers’ viewpoints reflect politics and influence what is shown onscreen.

    Feb. 19 – On Location in Pasadena. Cinematographer Jared Cowan will lead participants through clips and photos of familiar Pasadena places many may not have recognized in famous films, from Gone with the Wind to La La Land.

    Feb. 26 – Saving Hollywood’s Lost Treasures. Film preservationist and historian Hugh Munro Neely will discuss films of the silent era that are thought to have been lost and his worldwide searches in archives and vaults for film prints that may bring the films back into the public arena. 

    Mar 5 – Topic and presenter will be announced. 

     

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    Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am
    Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour February 23, 2019
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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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    Old Pasadena Pub Crawl, Saturday, February 23, 2019 2:00 pm Old Pasadena Pub Crawl, Saturday, February 23, 2019 2:00 pm
    Old Pasadena Pub Crawl February 23, 2019
    2:00 pm–5:00 pm
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    Old Pasadena Pub Crawl


    2:00pm–5:00pm

    Experience the history of the famous and infamous Pasadena watering holes and haunts. This guided walking tour of Pasadena's original downtown includes stops at pubs distinctive for their history, architecture, and spirits. Tour-goers can delight in beer tastings, plus little-known facts and forgotten lore -- a great way to get to know historic Old Pasadena!

    Spaces are limited - purchase online in advance. 

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    A Window into the Developing Embryo through Modeling, Saturday, February 23, 2019 9:30 am A Window into the Developing Embryo through Modeling, Saturday, February 23, 2019 9:30 am
    A Window into the Developing Embryo through Modeling February 23, 2019
    9:30 am–4:00 pm
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    A Window into the Developing Embryo through Modeling


    9:30am–4:00pm

    The Rudolf Steiner Library and Bookshop hosts a workshop titled "A Window Into the Developing Embryo Through Modeling." Patricia Dickson, M.A., is a sculptor and co-founder of the Coros Institute. When modeling with clay, every gesture contributes to our identification and inner experience of the developing embryo. Working with one's hands is a fundamentally different learning process and, above all, it is enduring. Participants will work in-depth with the first 60 days of life. 

     

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    Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am
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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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    Black History Month Celebration, Sunday, February 24, 2019 5:00 pm Black History Month Celebration, Sunday, February 24, 2019 5:00 pm
    Black History Month Celebration February 24, 2019
    5:00 pm–8:00 pm
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    Black History Month Celebration


    5:00pm–8:00pm

    Friendship Church honors Black History Month with an evening choir event, "And the Church Sang Spirituals and Hymns - We Remember the Stones Laid." The event will feature a 100+ person choir, as well as Guest Clinician Pastor Calvin Bernard Rhone and many more. This is a free event, open to all. 

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    The Masters Series: Exploring Motion Pictures, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 2:00 pm The Masters Series: Exploring Motion Pictures, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 2:00 pm
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    Pasadena Senior Center hosts the winter term of The Masters Series, each Tuesday between January 15 and March 5. The series features the theme “Exploring Motion Pictures” and explores the myth, magic, and making of movies. 

    The Masters Series, which embraces and promotes life-long learning, is open to members of the Pasadena Senior Center. Individual talks are $15 each, or register for the full eight-week term for $105. Non-members can try the series by attending their first talk free of charge.

    Schedule and Topics: 

    Jan. 15 – Motion Pictures Part I: An Industry is Born. UCLA film historian Jonathan Kuntz will present an illustrated history of American motion pictures with an emphasis on the Hollywood studio system, from the early days to the development of the American movie industry. 

    Jan. 22 – Motion Pictures Part II: An Industry Matures. Jonathan Kuntz will cover the post-World War II era that brought an end to the studio system and ushered in television, the 1970s rebirth of Hollywood, the growth of global entertainment conglomerates and the digital revolution. 

    Jan. 29 – Movie Palaces. Edward Kelsey, president and founder of Historic Building Services Inc., will examine the history and future of the Los Angeles movie palaces that boasted beautiful and alluring architecture and design and showcased mesmerizing films and glamorous stars.

    Feb. 5 – The Rise and Fall of Women in Hollywood. Film historian Cari Beauchamp will discuss the early years of Hollywood when women were highly paid stars with good roles, powerful writers and producers and how today’s film industry is still influenced by that era.

    Feb. 12 – Politics and Popular Culture in the Movies. Dana Marterella, an English instructor at Glendale Community College with a specialty in politics and popular culture, will explore the ways social trends and filmmakers’ viewpoints reflect politics and influence what is shown onscreen.

    Feb. 19 – On Location in Pasadena. Cinematographer Jared Cowan will lead participants through clips and photos of familiar Pasadena places many may not have recognized in famous films, from Gone with the Wind to La La Land.

    Feb. 26 – Saving Hollywood’s Lost Treasures. Film preservationist and historian Hugh Munro Neely will discuss films of the silent era that are thought to have been lost and his worldwide searches in archives and vaults for film prints that may bring the films back into the public arena. 

    Mar 5 – Topic and presenter will be announced. 

     

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    Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am
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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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    Jump Into Summer Fair , Saturday, March 2, 2019 10:00 am Jump Into Summer Fair , Saturday, March 2, 2019 10:00 am
    Jump Into Summer Fair March 2, 2019
    10:00 am–1:00 pm
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    Jump Into Summer Fair


    10:00am–1:00pm

    The City of Pasadena Parks and Recreation Department invites everyone to "Jump Into Summer" with an Info Fair that helps families learn about fun, free, and low-cost options for kids this summer, including camps, sports, STEAM, health & fitness classes, movie nights, game days, and the library's summer reading program. 

    Enjoy class demos, interactive games, and more! 

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    Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am
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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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    Castle Green Wedding & Event Open House, Sunday, March 3, 2019 1:00 pm Castle Green Wedding & Event Open House, Sunday, March 3, 2019 1:00 pm
    Castle Green Wedding & Event Open House March 3, 2019
    1:00 pm–4:00 pm
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    Castle Green Wedding & Event Open House


    1:00pm–4:00pm

    Those planning a special event or wedding in 2018 get a rare opportunity to fall in love with Castle Green, one of the most enchanting event locations in Southern California. 

    The Open House - held just once a year - is a fantastic opportunity to plan a wedding or event with a "one-stop shopping" experience and meet with vendors in a stress-free environment - bakeries, florists, caterers, coordinators, DJ's, photo booths, photographers, officiants, lighting specialists, and more will be on hand. Visitors can tour the Castle's unique and elegant turn-of-the-century event spaces, including the lobby grand staircase, the Salon, the Ballroom, and outdoor lawns. 

    Purchase tickets online or buy tickets on event day at the gate. 

     

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    Pasadena Senior Center hosts the winter term of The Masters Series, each Tuesday between January 15 and March 5. The series features the theme “Exploring Motion Pictures” and explores the myth, magic, and making of movies. 

    The Masters Series, which embraces and promotes life-long learning, is open to members of the Pasadena Senior Center. Individual talks are $15 each, or register for the full eight-week term for $105. Non-members can try the series by attending their first talk free of charge.

    Schedule and Topics: 

    Jan. 15 – Motion Pictures Part I: An Industry is Born. UCLA film historian Jonathan Kuntz will present an illustrated history of American motion pictures with an emphasis on the Hollywood studio system, from the early days to the development of the American movie industry. 

    Jan. 22 – Motion Pictures Part II: An Industry Matures. Jonathan Kuntz will cover the post-World War II era that brought an end to the studio system and ushered in television, the 1970s rebirth of Hollywood, the growth of global entertainment conglomerates and the digital revolution. 

    Jan. 29 – Movie Palaces. Edward Kelsey, president and founder of Historic Building Services Inc., will examine the history and future of the Los Angeles movie palaces that boasted beautiful and alluring architecture and design and showcased mesmerizing films and glamorous stars.

    Feb. 5 – The Rise and Fall of Women in Hollywood. Film historian Cari Beauchamp will discuss the early years of Hollywood when women were highly paid stars with good roles, powerful writers and producers and how today’s film industry is still influenced by that era.

    Feb. 12 – Politics and Popular Culture in the Movies. Dana Marterella, an English instructor at Glendale Community College with a specialty in politics and popular culture, will explore the ways social trends and filmmakers’ viewpoints reflect politics and influence what is shown onscreen.

    Feb. 19 – On Location in Pasadena. Cinematographer Jared Cowan will lead participants through clips and photos of familiar Pasadena places many may not have recognized in famous films, from Gone with the Wind to La La Land.

    Feb. 26 – Saving Hollywood’s Lost Treasures. Film preservationist and historian Hugh Munro Neely will discuss films of the silent era that are thought to have been lost and his worldwide searches in archives and vaults for film prints that may bring the films back into the public arena. 

    Mar 5 – Topic and presenter will be announced. 

     

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    ArtNight Pasadena, Friday, March 8, 2019 6:00 pm ArtNight Pasadena, Friday, March 8, 2019 6:00 pm
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    6:00 pm–10:00 pm
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    ArtNight Pasadena


    6:00pm–10:00pm

    Enjoy a free evening of art and entertainment as 20 of Pasadena’s most prominent cultural institutions swing open their doors for ArtNight. 

    In Old Pasadena, head to Armory Center for the Arts to tour its current exhibitions, Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment and Sandra de la Loza: Mi Casa Es Su Casa; learn about the year-round roster of art classes for all ages; groove to El Rio, a Los Angeles-based sextet expressing resistance, love, and revolution through a fusion of Latin American folk rhythms; and enjoy the cash bar with wine and local craft beer, an interactive scent lab, and food trucks.

    Make the Armory your hub location: Free shuttle buses that connect all participating ArtNight cultural destinations make stops at the Armory.  See the complete line-up of events online. 

     

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    Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am Old Pasadena Food Tasting Tour, Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:30 am
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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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    Presented by: Melting Pot Tours
    Stops throughout Old Pasadena
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    424.247.9666
    www.meltingpottours.com


    Adults $79; Children 5-12 yrs. $65

    Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena with Melting Pot Food Tours. Colorful alleys and secret thru-ways spice up the walk as you seek out spectacular ethnic eateries and sweet stuff havens in historic Old Pasadena. Enjoy all the fascinating stories behind the foods when you explore this historic district, once just a sunny haven of colorful orange groves.

    Here's what you can expect on the Old Pasadena Food Tour:

    • Cafes and restaurants specializing in world cuisine (Middle Eastern, South American, Indian, Oaxacan)
    • An artisan ice cream shop
    • A shop filled with teas from around the world
    • A California olive oil store and cafe
    • A handmade soap kitchen

    Whenever possible, you'll be met and hosted by these special merchants who proudly share their incredible offerings. The tour concludes back at the original starting point. The food samples along the way are filling enough so that for most people lunch afterward is not necessary.

    Tours run weekly on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am-2:00pm.

    SPECIAL OPMD DISCOUNT: Save 10% on Adult Tour tickets with the promo code VISPAS - good through December 31, 2019.

     

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