Archive for Pasadena

Pasadena ARTWeekend is here

Oct 08, 2010 by Lisa Newton

In this morning’s Free Friday, I briefly touched upon Pasadena’s ARTWeekend, but with so many activities taking place there, I wanted to shine a larger light for this important stand alone article.
The Pasadena ARTWeekend [...]

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LA Street Food Fest here we come!

Jul 19, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Are you ready for a little food? Well, not really a little, but more like a lot.
At the LA Street Food Fest, you get your choice of 60 vendors; hot gourmet food trucks, old school [...]

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It’s time for the Old Pasadena Film Festival

Jul 08, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Mark your calendars: The Old Pasadena Film Festival starts tonight. The Pasadena Film Festival is totally free. That’s right, it’s a free four-week movie series that unites film with urban settings, taking place on Thursdays, [...]

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Pasadena’s Concorso Ferrari Auto Show

May 24, 2010 by Carbon McCoy

Unless you live at the far end of the desert, traffic is a woeful inevitability in California.
Whether it’s rush hour, a pot hole that has grown big enough to swallow a Buick, or some [...]

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Metro’s Gold Line Foothill Extension: “If you Build it, we will Use it.”

Nov 22, 2009

The Metro Gold Line is moving eastward, all the way to the Ontario Airport.
This is great news especially in light of last week’s very successful opening of the Edward R. Roybal Gold Line Eastside Extension. [...]

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Chinatown’s Metro Station

Oct 29, 2009

Artist Chusien Chang packed a punch with her amazing design aesthetic, as you can see from the photo above. The Chinatown Metro station– set in an open-air ambiance–creates a compelling effect; it’s amazing visually and [...]

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The Majestic Colorado Street Bridge

Jul 28, 2009

Synonymous with Pasadena, is the Colorado Street Bridge. My heartfelt devotion to magnificent archways, architecture, form, and function, was satiated during my visit.
Build in 1913, the Colorado Street Bridge, spans the Arroyo Seco, and [...]

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History and Grandeur meet in Pasadena at the City Hall

Jul 24, 2009

As I entered the Pasadena Civic Center, it felt like I had just entered into a bygone era of worlds, cities, and architecture, all combined. Although Pasadena is relatively new compared to the Classical and [...]

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Relaxing at Plaza Las Fuentes in Pasadena

Jul 21, 2009

Currently all the rage, as made popular by Facebook and Twitter, short phrases which complete the idiom “Travelin’ Local is,” are all too common, vernacular, and often times lose the entire context.
However on this previous [...]

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