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SOMETHING WICKED LIT THIS WAY COMES

The theater company turns horror classics into standing-room-only performances at an Altadena cemetery.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 10/09/2014
The Pasadena Playhouse Diversifies Kiss Me, Kate

The production’s largely African-American cast harkens back to 1930s productions of theater classics spotlighting black actors

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 10/09/2014
No Winery Before Its Time

Oenophiles, rejoice! Pasadena has its own winery in Old Oak Cellars.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 01/03/2014
Sam Francis: Staying Alive

The PMCA surveys the California Abstract Expressionist’s career in his first major museum exhibition in more than a decade.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 10/03/2013
Staying on the Literary Radar

John Vorhaus’ latest novel, The Texas Twist, brings back his charming con-man protagonist, Radar Hoverlander.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 07/01/2013
A Second Movement con Brio

Cindy Lam feared a car crash would derail her future as a concert pianist. Then she met Dr. Milan Stevanovic.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 01/03/2013
Portrait of a Marriage

Each spring Sharon Clark and Glenn Gruber relive the wedding that tied them together 30 years ago on the lawn of the Pasadena Museum of History.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 02/01/2012
Strike up the band

Pasadena-area students facing school budget cuts for music can opt for a symphony of alternatives around town

Categories: Feature Stories , News Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 09/16/2010
Strike up the band

Pasadena-area students facing school budget cuts for music can opt for a symphony of alternatives around town.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 09/01/2010
Home is where the art is

Award-winning novelist Michelle Huneven finds her muse in and around her native Altadena.

Categories: Arroyo Author: Scarlet Cheng Date: 05/01/2010