Monthly Archives: March 2017
Mar 31 2017
Make Music Pasadena Hiatus for 2017 @MMPasadena
 

News comes from the organizers of Make Music Pasadena. A fabulous free event that is attracts thousands of people to various parts of the city.

Make Music Pasadena is an all-day all-ages FREE annual music festival, organized by Old Pasadena Management District and Playhouse District Association.

There are other music festivals, but this is likely one of the largest free festivals around.
It is unfortunate that sponsors could not step and even organizers of the Arroyo Seco Weekend would not be willing to sponsor at least a stage or two of the festival to promote Arroyo Seco Weekend, $150,000 is a drop in the bucket for a multibillion dollar organization like AEG, which makes millions from Coachella and StageCoach in April.
With Arroyo Seco Weekend schedule for June 24 & 25 weekend, tickets are on sale, and there’s no indication how many tickets have been sold, but supposedly there is a cap, as the event is taking place on the Brookside Golf Course, not inside the Rose Bowl.

We hope that Make Music Pasadena returns in 2018.

Here’s the posting on the Official Make Music Pasadena website this morning:
After nine years of bringing free music to the streets of our city with Make Music Pasadena, Old Pasadena Management District and the Playhouse District Association, co-producers of the festival, have made the difficult decision to put the event on hiatus for 2017 and to evaluate its future viability.

Current funding sources are not sufficient to finance an event that is entirely free to the public. Due to exponentially rising costs in conjunction with a significant lack of funding from sponsorships and donations, Make Music Pasadena faced a $150,000 budget deficit, making it impossible to produce the festival for 2017. A proliferation of local and national music festivals has also made it a challenge to secure both talent and local media attention within a limited budget.

The producing organizations remain hopeful that sufficient sponsorship might be achieved for a 2018 event, and altruistically-inclined white knights are encouraged to contact either organization to discuss details. That’s not to say that Pasadena will be without live music this summer: We are delighted that the Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival will join in the tradition of bringing local, regional, and national acts to the people of Pasadena.

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Mar 29 2017
2nd Annual Masters of Taste at Pasadena Rose Bowl May 7, 2017 @RoseBowlStadium @MastersofTaste
 

2nd Annual Masters of Taste: L.A.’s Top Tastemakers Savor the Finer Things On Field of The Iconic Pasadena Rose Bowl!

 (Los Angeles, CA), Wednesday, March 29th, 2017:  Spring has sprung and the time has come to celebrate and savor the finer things at this year’s 2nd Annual Masters of Taste, an outdoor, luxury food and beverage festival being held on Sunday, May 7th, 2017 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm on the field of the iconic Pasadena Rose Bowl!

The 2nd Annual Masters of Taste will bring over 2,500 food and beverage enthusiasts together from all over Greater Los Angeles for one afternoon to celebrate this exhilarating festival, which will include the finest fare from over 40 Culinary Masters and restaurants, delectable sweets prepared by L.A.’s top Sweet Masters, signature handcrafted cocktails and tastings from over 30 Beverage Masters, including L.A’s top bartenders and cocktail bars, local California wineries, local craft breweries, pressed juices, hand roasted coffee, live entertainment and much more.

100% of the proceeds from Masters of Taste 2017 will directly benefit Union Station Homeless Services, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to helping homeless men, women and children rebuild their lives. Union Station is part of a premier group of human services agencies in Los Angeles County that are leading the way to end homelessness in our community and offers an array of services including street outreach, meals, shelter, housing, case management and career development. Last year, Masters of Taste 2016 raised over $435,000 for Union Station Homeless Services, and this year Masters of Taste hopes to grow that number to $560,000.

Some of this year’s Masters of Taste 2017 participating Culinary Masters and Restaurants include:

 Sweet Masters: A select group of Los Angeles Top Sweet Masters will showcase an assortment of delectable desserts such as the gourmet single-origin chocolate and vanilla ice creams from Choctal, homemade premium sorbets from Helados Pops, the finest globally-procured cacao from Chocolate Stars USA, and much more from Café Dulce, Icy Rush, Lark Cake Shop, Magpies Softserve, Mignon Chocolate, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Sprinkles, Street Churros and The Dirty Cookie.

Some of this year’s participating Beverage Masters include:

Brewmasters: Beverage Masters who specialize in barley and hops will be presenting top-notch ales, lagers, pilsners and more for guests to sample, sip and savor all throughout the event, including Southern California favorites Bootlegger’s Brewery, Indie Brewing Company, Iron triangle Brewing, MacLeod Ale Brewing Co., Three Weavers Brewing Company and 101 Cider House.

Wineries: A specially curated collection of Wine Masters will be showcasing their finest varietals including premium boutique winery Ascension Cellars, Antelope Valley’s Golden Star Vineyards, Jardesca, St. Helena’s Hall Wines, Anderson Valley’s Navarro Vineyards, San Antonio Winery in Downtown Los Angeles, Santa Barbara County’s Tercero Wines, Napa Valley’s Trinchero Family Estates and Vinemark Cellars.

Bars & Spirits: Some of L.A.’s top bartenders and cocktail bars will be creating first-rate craft cocktails, including Peter Lloyd-Jones and 1886 Bar, Garrett McKechnie of Downtown L.A.’s Bar Mattachine and Bar Manager Bethany Ham of the newly opened 1950s inspired hidden cocktail den Birds & Bees. Top brands showcasing their finest spirits will also include American Born Moonshine, Dulce Vida Tequila, Mezcal El Silencio, Glenlevit, Kikori Whiskey, Martell Blue Swift and ZYR Russian Vodka just to name a few.

Non-Alcoholic Beverages: A variety of premium non-alcoholic Beverage Masters will also be on hand for those who wish to hydrate, caffeinate or regenerate, featuring the “bevolutionary” Bai who will be presenting their antioxidant juices, teas and water infusions, Boxed Water, Califia Farms Juices and Cold Brew Coffees, Dry Sparkling, Kombucha Dog, Milk+T, cold-pressed juices from Nekter Juice Bar, Philz hand roasted customized blended Coffee, and all natural, refreshing beverages from Zico Coco Water.

More Culinary Masters, Sweet Masters and Beverage Masters to be announced.

Sponsors: Masters of Taste is made possible through the generous support of our sponsors, which include HomeStreet Bank, Judith L Chiara Foundation, Western Asset Management, Capital Group, Floe Financial Partners, Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Bank of America, Femino Family Foundation, Goldstar, HKG LLP, Kauffman Wealth Management, MUFG Union,  Tournament of Roses, Wells Fargo,  Westport Construction, Citizens Business Bank, Hahn & Hahn, LLP, Hybrid Foundation,  Massage Envy, Tsan Tsun Memorial Foundation, Westmount Asset Management, RE/Max, Arroyo Insurance Services, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, Individual FoodService, and California Linen Services.

Ticket Information: Masters of Taste will take place on Sunday, May 7th, 2016. A VIP Power Hour will be held from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm and General Admission will be from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Tickets to this event are only available for guests 21+ and over. For more information on Masters of Taste or to book your tickets directly, please visit www.MastersofTasteLA.com/Tickets.

Location:  Pasadena Rose Bowl – 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena, CA 91103.

Transportation and Parking: Guests are encouraged to utilize car services – Lyft, Uber, Taxi, etc. – since this event does serve alcoholic beverages. To get 20% off your ride to and from Masters of Taste, please visit Lyft. Complimentary parking will also be available at the event.

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/MastersOfTaste

Twitter:  @MastersofTaste

Instagram:  @MastersofTaste

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Mar 27 2017
Food for Soul – Cooking is a Call to Act Featuring Massimo Bottura, Mario Batali, Roy Choi, Dominique Crenn, and Mary Sue Milliken. Hosted by Jonathan Gold @acehotel @lafoodbowl @RidingShotgunLA @thejgold @dominiquecrenn @MarySueMilliken @Mariobatali @massimobottura
 
Featuring Massimo Bottura, Mario Batali, Roy Choi, Dominique Crenn, and Mary Sue Milliken. Hosted by Jonathan Gold
Los Angeles Times Food Bowl, Food For Soul, San Pellegrino, and Ace Hotel present

Food for Soul – Cooking is a Call to Act

 One-third of the world’s food is thrown away, while hundreds of millions of people go undernourished. We’ve invited five of the world’s most renowned chefs to present their unique visions on how to tackle these wrongs inherent in our current food system during a lively round-table debate.
The panel discussion will be followed by an exclusive screening of Theater of Life. This film explores the story behind the Refettorio Ambrosiano, a soup kitchen conceived by chef Massimo Bottura for the Milan 2015 World’s Fair to turn food waste into meals for those in need.
Food for Soul, the non-profit organization founded by chef Massimo Bottura, promotes social awareness about food waste and hunger through a wide range of initiatives in collaboration with chefs, artisans, food suppliers,artists, designers and institutions.
$5 from each ticket will go to Food Forward, an LA non-profit that rescues fresh local produce that would otherwise go to waste.
929 South Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 623-3233

May 5: Five incredible chefs take the to talk about how to end food waste, kicking off .

Tickets here.

 

 

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Mar 27 2017
Meet Roy Choi! Exclusive Q&A, Book Signing and Tasting Event @WholeFoods @RidingShotgunLA
 

We’re celebrating the opening of our brand new Kogi venue by hosting an exclusive book signing and tasting with Roy Choi and his book, L.A. Son: My Life, My City, My Food.

Mon, March 27, 2017  5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Kogi at Whole Foods Market® El Segundo

760 South Sepulveda Boulevard

El Segundo, CA 90245

Tickets only $10 online.

Join us for the fun and good eats! Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door and include snacks from the Kogi menu and beverages. Copies of Choi’s book will be available for purchase.

All proceeds from the event benefit Women of Watts.

Would love to see an event like this in Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank areas.

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Mar 26 2017
Fake News – Make Money Writing Fiction Tricking Users and Facebook and Twitter Bots
 

Jestin Coler  – man behind the fake news sites National Report and Denver Guardian, making up the news was “fun.”  “Writing fiction is not a crime,”

 
Mike Cernovich Calls Out Scott Pelley During Heated Interview
Hundreds of websites with fake news.
The use of bots, fake social media accounts used to like, twitter, thousands if not millions.
You can buy thousands of bots.

Facebook and twitter can be fooled by bots
You have to talk in the language, rfid chips, mandated through Obamacare, fake news
Clinton emails investigation

Bitmar

People will believe anything if it is presented.

Lots more players in the game
NTMY

Phil Howard – Internet Institute

Junk news vs real news, about the same as each, real and fake.

Who reads

The Trade Desk – Jeff Green, how to stay clear of fake news.

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Mar 24 2017
Masters of Taste Pasadena Rose Bowl May 7, 2017 @MastersofTaste @RoseBowlStadium
 

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Masters of Taste is a luxury food and beverage festival on the field of the iconic Rose Bowl.

For the second year, over 2,500 food and beverage enthusiasts will walk of the field of the historic Pasadena Rose Bowl and enjoy delicious, unlimited tastings from LA’s top Master Chefs and restaurants, craft cocktail bars, wineries and local breweries.

Past participants include Culinary Masters such as Neal Fraser (Redbird), Brendan Collins (Birch), Calogero Drago (Celestino), Chris Crary (Hyde Sunset), Shigefumi Tachibe (Osawa), Tim Guiltinan (The Raymond 1886) and many more!

100% of event proceeds benefit Union Station Homeless Services, a 501(c)(3) organization.

Get ready for the 2nd Annual Masters of Taste, a luxury food and beverage festival that takes place on the field of the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium on Sunday, May 7th, 2017.

Stroll the 50-yard line as you feast on the finest fare from L.A.’s top chefs and restaurants, sip signature handcrafted cocktails from L.A.’s Master Mixologists, enjoy tastings from some of California’s most eclectic wineries and local craft breweries, listen to live entertainment and so much more.#SundayFunday redefined.

Past participants include Culinary Masters such as Neal Fraser (Redbird), Brendan Collins (Birch), Calogero Drago (Celestino), Chris Crary (Hyde Sunset), Shigefumi Tachibe (Osawa), Tim Guiltinan (The Raymond 1886) and many more!

100% of event proceeds benefit Union Station Homeless Services, a 501(c)(3) organization.

Buy tickets here

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Mar 24 2017
Judge Halts Big Dig Project Hahamonga Arroyo Seco
 

Judge Halts Big Dig Project

KPCC- “Environmentalists win temporary halt to Devil’s Gate Dam dig-out”

Pasadena Now – “Judge Halts Devil’s Gate Sediment Removal Project”

Judge James Chalfant’s ruling about the deficiencies in LA County’s Big Dig EIR for Hahamongna is a big victory for all who have helped save Hahamongna. Now the County Supervisors will have to take another look at the Flood Control District’s massive destructive project for our region’s most significant environmental zone. Hopefully they will recognize that there is a better way to manage this rare stream corridor that has broad community support and was recommended by Pasadena three years ago. A slow, steady sediment management program wil provide flood protection while preserving habitat and wildlife and reducing neighborhood impacts.

LA County Board of Supervisors is remarkablly different today than in 2014 when the Big Dig Project was approved. Then we only had one champion, Zev Yaroslavsly, to stand up for Hahahamongna and for our neighborhoods. The vote for the project was 4-1. Now the board is filled with supevisors with excellent environmental credentials and proven records as defenders of environmental treasures like Hahamongna. We are hopeful that they will reduce the negative impacts of the Flood Control District’s program and save Hahamongna for future generations. Please take action now to communicate your concerns to the Supervisors and urge them to work with ASF and Pasadena Audubon to develop a long-term, sustainable watershed management program for Hahamongna.

The Arroyo Seco Foundation is grateful to our stellar partners in the Big Dig lawsuit, Pasadena Audubon Society. Our attorneys, Mitchell Tsai and Christina Caro, have done a great job of pointing out the severe flaws in the County’s program, and we salute them!

As the news articles point out, though, the struggle to save Hahamongna is not over. We are grateful for your past support; we need your continued support. Please celebrate this very signifant victory with a donation so that we can continue our work to Save Hahamongna.

Thanks for your continuing support.

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Mar 24 2017
Pasadena Cheesecake Factory Bomber Suspect Video $20,000 Reward
 

Video of the suspect involved in the bombing incident at the Cheesecake Factory in Pasadena is being released by the FBI today.

FBI page with further details on the suspect.

 

No injuries had been reported from the Feb 2, 2017 incident, but blast which occurred at 6:08pm at the restaurant. Some officials have called the device as related to a “firecracker”, which is similar to remarks made by Pasadena Mayor Mr. Tornek, “more related to a firecracker than a bomb,” Mr. Tornek was quoted.

This incident should be treated very seriously as it was intended to not only scare people but also harm.

According to Lt. Mark Goodman, it was not a pipe bomb, not a Molotov cocktail, had no projectiles, no shrapnel and nothing was ejected.

Has the device been shown to the public?

See below for video and reward information.

 

Nixle link

Pasadena PD Press Release – REWARD UP TO $20,000 OFFERED IN CHEESECAKE FACTORY EXPLOSION

Pasadena Police Detectives and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Agents hope a video recording of the man who is suspected of having committed the Cheesecake Factory explosion, and a reward of up to $20,000, will prompt witnesses to come forward with the suspect’s identification.

On Thursday, February 2, 2017 at about 6:08 P.M., Pasadena Police Officers and Fire Department personnel responded to a call of an explosion at a Cheesecake Factory restaurant at 2 West Colorado Blvd. Police Officers immediately entered the restaurant and evacuated customers and employees and located a detonated homemade pyrotechnic device.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Bomb Squad responded to the scene and rendered the location safe. No customers or employees were seriously injured during the incident. Witnesses described the suspect as a male, possible of Hispanic or Middle Eastern descent, 6’0” tall, thin build, with a heavy beard and wearing all black clothing and a black beanie.

Since the incident, Pasadena Police Detectives, in collaboration with FBI agents, have been actively pursuing investigative leads. FBI agents conducted an extensive canvassing of businesses on Colorado Boulevard. for security videos. This effort resulted in the recovery of a video recording which shows the suspect entering a Pasadena business after the explosion occurred. The video and photos being shown at the press conference depict the suspect wearing a white shirt but carrying black or dark clothing, which he discards in a trash can at the business.

A reward of up to $20,000 is being offered in exchange for information leading to the arrest of the person or group responsible for attack. Law enforcement will treat information provided with confidentiality. A tip line has been established to receive calls 24 hours, 7 days a week. The tip line number is 1-800-CALL FBI (1-800-225-5324).

Pasadena Police and the FBI are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect, but remind the public to not take action to detain or contact the suspect. This person should be considered dangerous. If seen, please contact local law enforcement promptly. Persons may also contact the Pasadena Police Department 24/7 at (626) 744-4241.

Attached is a still photo of the suspect, along with a YouTube link of the security video.

https://youtu.be/U8Lz3CD7bl4 (50 seconds)

https://youtu.be/-DiDRDC0j-w (13 seconds)

For More Information:
Lt. Jesse Carrillo: 626-744-4517
FBI PIO Laura Eimiller: 310-996-3343
Watch Commander: 626-744-4620

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Mar 21 2017
Coldplay: A Head Full Of Dreams Tour – Rose Bowl Pasadena October 6, 2017 @coldplay #AHFODtour @RoseBowlStadium
 

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Tickets for the Oct 6 LA Rose Bowl show go on general sale at 10am local time on Friday, March 24 from http://smarturl.it/cprose

https://twitter.com/RoseBowlStadium/status/842800279779135488

 

Tickets Here:

 

Coldplay: A Head Full Of Dreams Tour
Fri 10/6 @ 7pm
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA

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Mar 21 2017
Pasadena Arbor Day 2017 – March 25, 2017
 

No automatic alt text available.You are invited to participate as 24 trees will be planted during this year’s Arbor Day. Event will include FREE mulch, tree care information, information about the city’s environmental programs. Wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes. If possible, bring gloves and a shovel! RSVP by 3/23/17 with the Citizens Service Center at 626-744-7311 or by emailing mking@cityofpasadena.net. Presented by The City of Pasadena Department of Public Works and Pasadena Beautiful Foundation.
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842 E Howard St, Pasadena, CA 91104-2351

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Mar 17 2017
Pasadena Altadena Black History Parade March 18, 2017
 

Pasadena Altadena Black History Parade March 18, 2017

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35th Annual Black history Parade this Saturday, March 18th to promote the new “Be Better Pasadena” Campaign. Parade begins at 10am (line up begins at 8:30am) at Charles White Park in Altadena and ends at Robinson Park (1081 N. Fair Oaks Ave.).

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Mar 16 2017
LA Weekly’s The Essentials Wine and Food Event Los Angeles March 26, 2017 @LAWeeklyStreet @626food
 
LA Weekly’s The Essentials
Win VIP tickets to the Essentials!
Animal, A.O.C., Baroo, Bestia, Beverly Soon Tofu, Burritos La Palma, Cacao Mexicatessen, Chengdu Taste, Chichen Itza, Coni’ Seafood, Dune, Guelaguetza, Guerrilla Tacos, Guisados, Jitlada Southern Thai, Jon & Vinny’s, Kogi BBQ, La Casita Mexicana, Le Comptoir, Lucques, Lukshon, Maude, Night + Market, Park’s BBQ, Pine & Crane, Providence, Racion, Republique, RiceBar, The Rose, Rustic Canyon Wine Bar and Seasonal Kitchen, Salt’s Cure, Szechuan Impression, Sotto, Spago, the hungry cat, Trois Mec, Union, Wexler’s Deli, The Bellwether, Bigmista’s Barbecue & Sammich Shop, Elf Cafe, ERB Bar, LocoL, n/naka, Pok Pok LA, Angelini Osteria, Chi’SPACCA, Colonia Publica, El Coraloense, Love & Salt, Mélisse, Summer Rolls, El Huarache Azteca, Isaan Station, Tsujita LA
Buy tickets here
VIP tickets SOLD OUT.
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Mar 16 2017
Los Angeles Southern California Tomatomania 2017
 
Hey LA, the rain has prepped your garden for you. We predict a terrific tomato season!

TOMATOMANIA hits 2 sites in the Southland over the next 2 weekends – just in time for planting. We hope you can join us to choose from the most unique and exciting collection of tomatoes anywhere!

First, March 17-19 (this weekend!) we celebrate 15 years at Tapia Brothers Farm Stand. One of Los Angeles’ oldest garden traditions meets one of its newest sensations as our friends at Tapia Brothers again host the largest of the TOMATOMANIA! seedling sales. We’ll showcase almost 275 tomato varieties (yes, you read that right – 275!) and offer everything you’ll need to have the most successful tomato season ever.

A new twist this year: we’ll add some short classes and include expert guest appearances to offer you more garden thoughts and expertise! We’ll talk about tomato varieties, getting involved in Community Gardens, dream about veggie garden designs, and more. Check our website for more details!

This year your TOMATOMANIA purchases in Encino will also support a good cause; our good friends at www.foodforward.com. A portion of proceeds from every Sungold tomato seedling we sell will be donated to assist their efforts in Los Angeles and Ventura County.

Descanso Gardens hosts our traveling tomato circus the following weekend, March 25 and 26. Reds, yellows, oranges, stripes, blues…you can find them all in our tomato selection of over 150 varieties.

Flash classes (15-minute guides) on several topics will be held all throughout the weekend and our special guests on Saturday will be some of our favorite home farmers who can help you design and maintain your urban farm.

The Patina Group offers their usual amazing lunch and very special Bloody Mary Bar both days and after this moist season, you can bet the gardens, camellia forest, and all the wonderful features at Descanso will be looking their very best.

Our website will get you more details and remind you how to get a discount on the entry fee (ok, at the entry just show them our website or FB page on your phone!).

We can’t wait to talk tomatoes with you and we’ll showcase our favorite containers, fertilizers, and other products that will help you achieve the best season ever.

See you soon!

View the 2017 Event Schedule
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Mar 16 2017
Win 2 tickets to The East-West Piano Trio at the Restoration Concerts in South Pasadena
 

Win 2 tickets to The East-West Piano Trio at the Restoration Concerts in South Pasadena.

 East–West Piano Trio Restoration Concert - March 26, 2017 - East West Piano Trio

 

The classical concerts are at the South Pasadena Library and proceeds go to the library.

Concerts are class acts and two winners will each receive 2 tickets.

https://coloradoboulevard.net/coupons/

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Mar 15 2017
PEN’s 9th Annual Wine & Spirits Tasting – April 23, 2017
 

PEN’s 9th Annual Wine & Spirits Tasting – April 23, 2017

SAVE THE DATE for PEN’s 9th Annual Wine & Spirits Tasting coming on Sunday, April 23, 2017 from 5 – 8 p.m. at Bacchus’ Kitchen.  Join us for festive fare, a delicious selection of wines, spirits tasting featuring Pasadena’s own local distillery, Stark Spirits, and new this year…a beer tasting featuring Golden Road Brewery.  Plus, fabulous desserts from Nothing Bundt Cakes.

We are pleased to announce that we will honor Geoff Albert, Lisa Brault, Lorena Hernandez, and Natasha Mahone for being role models for the kind of parent involvement that PEN advocates…working on behalf of all children.  PEN will also recognize long-time parent volunteer Dana Bradley with our second PEN Parent Founders Award for her support of PEN’s work.

Your invitation will arrive in the mail later this month and tickets will be available for purchase on this page shortly.

Check out last year’s event photos on Facebook, courtesy of Kat Roberts.

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Mar 14 2017
Pasadena Arroyo Seco Weekend June 24-25, 2017 @arroyosecowknd @RoseBowlStadium
 

Arroyo Seco Weekend

Three stages of live music along with curated menus from LA’s celebrated restaurants and chefs.

Saturday: Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, the Meters, the Alabama Shakes, Dawes, Live, Broken Social Scene, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Roy Ayers, William Bell, Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, John Mayall and Bennie Maupin Ensemble.

Sunday: Mumford & Sons, Weezer, the Shins, Fitz & the Tantrums, Andrew Bird, Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real, Galactic, the Revivalists, Andy Grammar, ZZ Ward, Lettuce, Jamtown (featuring G. Love, Donavon Frankenreiter & Cisco Adler), the Mowgli’s, Alice Smith, David Lindley, Con Brio and NK Band.

Tickets go on sale March 20. Single-day admission is $125 and a weekend pass is $225. There is a VIP option — $225 for the one day and $399 for the weekend — and preferred parking is $50. Prices do not include additional ticketing fees.

American Express Card Members can purchase passes before the general public beginning Friday, March 17, 2017 beginning 10:00am PDT through Sunday, March 19 at 10:00pm PDT.

Participating restaurants include Barrel & Ashes, Broken English, Dog Haus, Fat Dragon, Fritzi Copo, Locol, Nomad, Ramen Hood(Ilan Hall), Red Bird(Neal Fraser), Republique, Rose Cafe, Sotto, Sumo Dog, Sweetfin Poke(Dakota Weiss), Tikifish, Union(Bruce Kalman), Wolf.

Arroyo Seco Weekend Pasadena, CA | June 24 & 25 Passes on sale Monday at 11AM

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Mar 8 2017
Trader Joe’s Apple Sauce Recall
 

RECALL: Potential Foreign Matter (Glass) in Unsweetened Apple Sauce Products

Unsweetened Apple Sauces

To Our Valued Customers:

We are voluntarily recalling the following Unsweetened Apple Sauces because of the potential presence of glass pieces in the product:

SOLD IN PRODUCT BARCODE# AFFECTED CODES
All Trader Joe’s Stores Trader Joe’s First Crush Unsweetened Gravenstein Apple Sauce 00015905 ALL CODES through
BEST BEFORE
AUG. 08, 2018 
All Trader Joe’s Stores Trader Joe’s Organic Unsweetened Apple Sauce 00194877 ALL CODES through
BEST BEFORE
OCT. 06, 2018
Trader Joe’s Stores only in: AL, AZ, CA, CO, ID, LA, NV, NM, OK, OR, TX, UT, WA Trader Joe’s All Natural Unsweetened Apple Sauce 00014359 ALL CODES through BEST BEFORE
Dec. 16, 2018

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All potentially affected products have been removed from store shelves and destroyed.

If you purchased any of these Unsweetened Apple Sauce products with the affected codes, please do not eat it. We urge you to discard the product or return it to any Trader Joe’s for a full refund.

If you have any questions, you may call Trader Joe’s Customer Relations at (626) 599-3817 [Monday through Friday, 6:00 am to 6:00 pm Pacific Time] or send us an email.

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

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Mar 8 2017
#39 Repair Cafe Pasadena March 25, 2017
 

#39 Repair Cafe Pasadena

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Hi, there,

Thank you for pre-registering for the FREE Repair Cafe Pasadena (the first of it’s kind in the United States)

This is the first time that we use Eventbrite for pre-registration. Why?

We are becoming too successful…! Over 200 guests showed up with things to be repaired at last event.

While our volunteers were able to serve most of them. This is an attempt to make things run more smoothly and ensure everyone (guests and volunteers) to have a great time at Repair Cafe.

A few rules:

1.ONE ticket per person. (there is a ceiling as to how many we can serve. This pre-registration gets you in the door)

2. If for any reason you cannot make it. Please! Cancel your regisration and let someone else have the chance to participate.

Again, thank you for registering and we are looking forward to welcoming you to Repair Cafe Pasadena on SAT. March 25th.

Repair Cafe Pasadena, organizing team.

FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Limited parking is available at Throop. Two hours street parking arround the neighborhood.

Gold line: Del Mar Station. Walk East on Del Mar for 0.5 mile. about 10 mins to Throop at the corner of Del Mar and Los Robles.

What can I bring into the event?

The most common things people have brought to Repair Cafe are items to be repaired:

Clothings, Eletronics, jewelry, knifes to be sharpened, but volunteers love a challange. Bring whatever you have and we will look at it.

Also, items to be given away to the community at the Really, Really Free Market (a big part of Repair Cafe)

Any clothings or household items that are still in good shape but you no longer need or want.

This is my first time, what exactly is a Repair Cafe?

“A free, roving, all purpose repair shop & festival
for and by the community.”

Words are just not enough, you have to see it.

by Repair Cafe Pasadena, a project of TransitionPasasena.org

Date and Time

Sat, March 25, 2017

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM PDT

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Location

Throop Unitarian Universalist Church

300 South Los Robles Avenue

Pasadena, CA 91101

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Mar 5 2017
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Mar 5 2017
Artisanal LA’s 6th Annual Spring Show April 1-2, 2017 @ArtisanalLA Discount Tickets
 

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THE EVENT IS INDOORS! RAIN OR SHINE!

Artisanal LA’s 6th Annual Spring Show

returns to downtown LA’s The California Market Center

SATURDAY & SUNDAY / APRIL 1+2 / 11a-6p

Grab a friend, celebrate LA’s glorious Spring and get a jump on Mother’s Day shopping while meeting and supporting local food artisans, crafters and makers, and do a little making and crafting of your own.

Eat, shop, make and build community at Artisanal LA’s 7th Annual Spring Show.

WHAT TO EXPECT

NEW: Expanded Programming Schedule!

NEW: Free Two-Day Admisison for All Ticket Holders

NEW: Venue! We’ve moved from the Reef to CMC

150+ Makers + Crafters + Artisans + Chefs

Shopping + Tasting

30+ DIY Sessions + Workshops + Cooking Classes

ft Makers Mess Weekend Long Pop-Up Studio

Fall Garden Area + Pop-Up Urban Farm

Panels + Demos + Giveaways

Kids Crafts + Workshops + Family Lounge

Coffee + Café + Lounge

Local Artists’ Gallery + Acoustic Music + More!

For up to the minute event news, including workshop, demo and DIY schedules, plus a complete list of our Spring Show makers, and more, be sure to visit our website and download the program the week of event at www.artisanalLA.com

Buy discount tickets on Living Social, Groupon here.

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