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    dineL.A., Friday, January 11, 2019 12:00 am dineL.A., Friday, January 11, 2019 12:00 am
    dineL.A. January 11, 2019 - January 25, 2019
    12:00 am–11:59 pm
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    Celebrate 11 years of dineL.A. at some of the top restaurants across Los Angeles. From Friday, January 11 - Friday, January 25, 2019, more than 300 of the most exciting restaurants in the city are participating - each creating special menus for 15 days of unabashed indulgence.  

    There are no tickets or passes required for dineLA. Simply dine out at a participating restaurant, try a new dish, or enjoy an old favorite. Advance reservations are strongly recommended. 

    With lunches starting at $15 and dinners starting at $29, it's easy to explore one of the best food destinations in the world. 

    Participating restaurants in Old Pasadena: 


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    10 Ways to Zero Waste, Tuesday, January 22, 2019 3:00 pm 10 Ways to Zero Waste, Tuesday, January 22, 2019 3:00 pm
    10 Ways to Zero Waste January 22, 2019
    3:00 pm–6:00 pm
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    10 Ways to Zero Waste


    Join the community in an event to raise awareness and consideration for a life free from pollution and waste!

    Commitment to a healthy, sustainable way of life is the foundation for this event held on Sage Vegan Bistro's sunny patio. Visitors can peruse booths that feature a multitude of information, education, displays, and reusable items to show how a zero waste lifestyle is completely possible. 10 Ways to Zero Waste's goal is to show how our small daily efforts can result in an enormously healthy and fulfilling shift in this "throw away" culture.

    Participants can enter the raffle with sustainability-related prizes and, at the time of the event, Sage Vegan Bistro will honor weekday Happy Hour prices for food and drinks. Please RSVP online.   

    1. Examine Your Trash - Jessica Aldridge; Adventures in Waste

    2. Reuse and Repair - Sylvia Holmes; Repair Cafe

    3. Ditch Plastic, Packaging, and Disposables - Leslie Campbell; Sustain LA

    4. Compost - Tess Feigenbaum & Be Baba; Epic Renewal

    5. Buy Secondhand - Paul; Full Circle Thrift Shop

    6. Source Locally - TBD

    7. Recycle Properly - Jessica Aldridge; Adventures in Waste

    8. Eat Less Meat - Sage Vegan Bistro

    9. Live with Less - Jonathan Levy; The Zero Waste Guy

    10. Stay Informed - Tory Romero; Algalita Marine Research and Education

    Sage Vegan Bistro

    41 Hugus Alley
    One Colorado
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    Sage Vegan Bistro serves organic, sustainable, plant-based food centered on produce that comes from local farmers committed to practicing organic, pesticide-free farming, and regenerative agriculture. Daily farm deliveries means that most dishes feature produce picked that same day or the day before. Diners can enjoy everything from breakfast to dinner, brunch, craft cocktails and beer, desserts, with a choice of indoor dining or a spot on the expansive patio, which offers delightful views of the charming One Colorado Courtyard. 

    Happy Hour: All day, Mon-Tue; Wed-Fri 3:00-7:00pm.

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    Ae Live Music Series, Saturday, January 26, 2019 6:00 pm Ae Live Music Series, Saturday, January 26, 2019 6:00 pm
    Ae Live Music Series January 26, 2019
    6:00 pm–9:00 pm
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    Ae Live Music Series


    Audio Element kicks off its new monthly series, Ae Live, which celebrates all things music! On January 26, visit the independent store for an evening of performances from musician-composer Kyle Guerrero and local band The Drive, plus hi-fi demos, favorite vinyl pressings, tasty bites from CREPEstudio, and libations. The event is free but requires advance reservations online - space is limited and no walk-ins will be allowed. 

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    The Longest Straw, Thursday, January 31, 2019 7:00 pm The Longest Straw, Thursday, January 31, 2019 7:00 pm
    The Longest Straw January 31, 2019
    7:00 pm–9:00 pm
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    The Longest Straw


    Pasadena Patagonia shows The Longest Straw, a feature-length documentary that directed by Samantha Bode, who spent 65 days backpacking the 338-mile path of the Los Angeles Aqueducts and Mono Basin Extension during one of the worst droughts in California history. As she walks, she speaks with community leaders and residents of Los Angeles and those who live along the aqueduct to gain a deeper understanding of how water importation affects ecologies, economies, and societies where the water is being drawn from.

    Guests can enjoy drinks, and following the screening there will be a Q&A with director Samantha Bode. 

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