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OpenTaste Launches Online Platform That Reinvents the Food Supply Chain

OpenTaste Launches Online Platform That Reinvents the Food Supply Chain

Brings Freshest, Highest-Quality Produce Directly to Consumers OpenTaste, a new Los Angeles-based Ag Tech company, is launching their unique produce and foods delivery platform to Pasadena and surrounding communities. The…

‘A Great Divide’: a Hilarious and Poignant Story About Family

‘A Great Divide’: a Hilarious and Poignant Story About Family

By Joyce Peng The last production by The Elephant Theatre Company at the Lillian Theatre, The Great Divide, depicts the tumultuous atmosphere within a family torn apart by the mother’s…

Summer for Free in L.A. (Part 5): Duarte Bike Path

Summer for Free in L.A. (Part 5): Duarte Bike Path

By Ea Nicole Madrigal As mentioned before, the kids are out of school and one of the first questions is: what are some enjoyable activities that my family can enjoy…

Old Pasadena Film Festival From July 9 – August 1

Old Pasadena Film Festival From July 9 – August 1

Showcases Classics, Vintage Horror, Cult Favorites, and More The Old Pasadena Film Festival, a month-long, free movie series featuring screenings in predominantly outdoor locations, returns July 9 – August 1. This…

Animal Lovers Sought for Rewarding Docent Opportunities at L.A. Zoo

Animal Lovers Sought for Rewarding Docent Opportunities at L.A. Zoo

  Do you love animals? Working with children? Are you looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity? Check out the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) docent training program at an…

Behind the Scenes of Waterfall at the Pasadena Playhouse

Behind the Scenes of Waterfall at the Pasadena Playhouse

By Jennifer Schlueter Waterfall was adopted from the Thai novel Behind the Painting by Sriburapha. Director Tak Viravan loves its “universal love story” and was glad to direct a romantic…

Ariadne auf Naxos: ‘Meta’ German Opera With Comedic Twist

Ariadne auf Naxos: ‘Meta’ German Opera With Comedic Twist

Pacific Opera Project’s Newest Offering Has Laughs, High Romanticism   Pacific Opera Project, the hip California high-art company that recently put on the hugely successful Star Trek-themed “Abduction from the Seraglio”…

Enjoy 6th Annual Los Angeles Vegan Beer & Food Festival

Summer Sounds, Curated Brews and Exciting Bar Bites   QuarryGirl, Tony Dart’s Away, Nic Adler and Goldenvoice announce the full lineup of musical acts, craft breweries, and plant-based eateries participating in the…

Local Students’ Art Wins National Competition

Local Students’ Art Wins National Competition

Rep. Chu Announces 2015 Artistic Discovery Winners   On May 9th, Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) announced the winners of the Artistic Discovery Competition. Now in its 34th year, the nationwide competition…

‘The Elliots’ – A Long-Winded Romance

‘The Elliots’ – A Long-Winded Romance

 By Jennifer Schlueter   The Elliots is A.J. Darby’s world premier adaption of Jane Austen’s final completed romance novel Persuasion, which was published one year after her death. Post-mortem, Austen’s…