Monthly Archives: April 2013
Apr 30 2013
Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk South Pasadena May 4, 2013

Saturday, May 4th, 2013, 2pm to 10pm. South Pasadena hosts a wide array of musicians at multiple live venues throughout town, along with an art walk, wine & beer gardens and shopping spree! Enjoy a Saturday evening in a wonderful, walkable downtown.

The Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk emerged from the vibrant creative community in South Pasadena. The small town in the heart of LA captures the feeling of a bygone era with an intriguing mix of modern amenities from excellent bistros and cafes, art galleries and boutiques. Part of its appeal is accessibility from the Metro Gold Line – step off at Mission Station.

The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce produced the first Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk in 2009 with Stan Ridgway and a host of other amazing musicians. It emerged from the success of Downtown SouthPas LIVE! – a concert in a parking lot that awoke a sleepy town with all the energy and enthusiasm of an active arts community and a whole bunch of visitors from nearby.

More than 40 musicians on multiple stages. Galleries and special exhibitions. Food trucks, fine wine and craft-brewed beer. Enjoy walkable, wonderful South Pasadena’s historic business district as it comes alive with music and art.

1121 Mission Street
South Pasadena, California 91030

Phone (626) 441-2339
Contact Kat Kittredge Public Relations –

2013 Lineup:

Gold Line Stage
9:00pm Joe Purdy
8:45pm Brad Colerick
8:00pm Rogelio Mitchell
7:45pm Brad Colerick
6:45pm Mark Hatch & Group 5
6:30pm Brad Colerick
5:30pm Chauncey Bowers
5:15pm Brad Colerick
5:00pm Joe Davis
4:15pm Jude Johnstone
4:00pm Brad Colerick
3:00pm Incredible Heavies
2:15pm LA Children’s Orchestra

Levitt Pavilion Eclectic Stage
9:15pm Quetzal – 2013 GRAMMY Winners
8:45pm String Theory
7:45pm TIZER
7:15pm String Theory
6:15pm Kara Grainger
5:45pm String Theory
4:45pm South Pasadena Transit Authority
4:15pm String Theory
3:15pm Wilberta
2:00pm The Tim Gill All Stars

South Pasadena Music Center and Conservatory Intimate Venue
6:00pm Ally Hasche
5:00pm Leave it Alone
4:00pm SPMCC Jazz Lab Band
2:00pm String Department Open House

Emerging Stage at BurkeTriolo Studios
8:00pm Torches
7:45pm DJ Conway
6:45pm Tapioca and the Flea
6:30pm DJ Conway
5:30pm Mt. Ossa
5:15pm DJ Conway
4:30pm LA Witch
4:15pm DJ Conway
3:30pm Jacaranda Red
3:15pm DJ Conway
2:30pm Phoebe Bridgers

Carnegie Stage
8:15pm Dave Alvin
7:00pm Elliott Caine
6:15pm David Batt
5:15pm John Proulx
4:00pm Los Angeles Clarinet Choir

SPARC Stage at the Fremont Centre Theatre
9:00pm Gary Stockdale
8:00pm Skylarks
6:30pm Milo
5:15pm Poets
4:00pm Tisa Adamson
3:15pm The Ringers
2:00pm Grondle

Plus music throughout the city in studios, cafés and restaurants. All venues are free.

Apr 30 2013
The Peppertree Grill – Sierra Madre
The Peppertree Grill is opening at a new location, previously that of Cafe 322 which had closed last year around this time.
The new Peppertree location will be opening this Wednesday.
The Peppertree Grill!
Owner Ryan Lopez
322 W Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Apr 29 2013
The Carnival of the Future, Today @STEAMCarnival
The team over at Steam Carnival has been busy working on all sorts of fun things, and tonight they launch their project on Kickstarter. This past weekend they opened their studios to visitors at the LA Brewery Art Walk.  Everyone was have fun in the STEAM Carnival.
STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.

The carnival of the future, today

We’re re-imagining the carnival with robots, fire, and lasers. These high-tech games and amusement attractions will be used to inspire a generation of young inventors to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.
You can really help us out by sharing with your friends:
Apr 29 2013
The 5th Annual UNIQUE LA Spring Show May 11-12, 2013

The 5th Annual UNIQUE LA Spring Show

The 5th Annual UNIQUE LA Spring Show

UNIQUE LA – Click Here to Buy Tickets

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at 11:00 AM (PDT)

Los Angeles, CA


This Spring Buy Local… And treat Mom to a fun time!

UNIQUE LA is the largest independent design show in the country, and the only show to focus on modern, curated Made-in-America goods… Shop from over 350 designers & artists, support the local economy, join in community and have a blast!

When: Saturday & Sunday, May 11 & 12, 11am – 6pm both days
Cost: $10
, 10% goes to the local non-profit Downtown Women’s Center (kids 12 and under are free)
*Only 1500 pre-sale tickets will be available

Check out all the Perks of coming to UNIQUE LA:

• Your very own collectible tote bag, exclusive-to-the-show, #7 in our series
• Free drinks (Open bar, JOIA, Honest Tea, Mamma Chia, GT’s Kombucha and more!)
• Unlimited re-entry for both days and access to giveaways all weekend long
 Free photo portrait & print with our Oh Snap Studios Photobooth
• Free workshops with crafty handmade activities

About Unique LA
UNIQUE LA is an exciting two-day shopping event that showcases fresh, hand-selected design talent.
With no ‘middle man’ you’ll shop directly from the designers themselves, which means prices
will be less then retail yet they actually make more profit. It’s a win-win for everyone! 
More important, UNIQUE LA is truly about fostering and growing LA’s great community and bringing attention to the Made in America movement.

Clothing & Accessories • Stationery • Jewelry • Housewares • Artwork • Ceramics
Gourmet Edibles • Bags & Purses 
• Plush Toys • Books • Photography • Screenprints • Lots more!


Check out our UNIQUE photos from previous shows! Watch designer interviews and videos of past events!


Apr 29 2013
EVAP Quickly and safely Dry any Electronic device – Dry Wet Phone

Did you know that nearly 2 in 3 people drop their expensive electronic devices in water? This includes cell phones, cameras, MP3 players, watches, games, remotes, hearing aids and more.
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Evap EVAPDry – First Aid Water Removal for Electronic Devices (Single use package)

EVAP is a global manufacturer of moisture removing technologies.

EVAP is a simple, inexpensive, and effective solution to electronic water damage. EVAP uses state of the art technology to quickly and safely pull all of the water out of any device you leave inside the EVAP bag. This technology is engineered to grab water molecules out of the air, and never release them. It can reduce the atmospheric humidity to 1% RH and remove all liquid water overnight.

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EVAP Wet Electronics Rescue Pouch

Studies show that 2 of 3 people will get their smartphone wet. For a fraction of that cost you can rescue your wet electronics with the Kensington EVAP kit.

Apr 29 2013
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Apr 29 2013
Blocking Sites on iPhone iPad iOS and Routers

You may be searching for ways to block access to sites like facebook and YouTube on your network and devices.

Here’s a few options.

Netproofer – Linksys APP-NETPROOFER-IOS SMART WiFi App – Apple iOS – iPhone iPad iTouch


Block the Bad Stuff – Linksys APP-BLOCKBADSTUFF-IOS SMART WiFi App – Apple iOS – iPhone iPad iTouch

Apr 29 2013
Mimis Cafe Buy One Breakfast Get One FREE April 29-May 3, 2013

Apr 28 2013
AOL Music Shuts Down @aolmusic @thebootdotcom @noisecreep @spinner @theboombox

AOL Music Properties are shutting down.
AOL Music
Noise Creep
The Boom Box
@aolmusic @thebootdotcom @noisecreep @spinner @theboombox

We actually don’t know when it is shutting down for sure, but all the employees with AOL Music properties have been laid off.

AOL Radio will apparently continue.

AOL Music’s websites have lost their staff. The AOL Radio service and the DJs for Radio will continue to operate.

Dan Reilly, editor of AOL’s music site, which said, “Well, we all just got laid off. AOL Music is finished.”

Blogs Spinner, The Boot, Noisecreep and The BoomBox.

Slacker-powered AOL Radio service will continue to operate.

AOL’s Winamp/SHOUTcast service will also remain operational.

More details to follow.

Apr 27 2013
LAST CALL for video project participants

LAST CALL for video project participants who live/work in Chinatown, Beverly Hills, Echo Park, and Westwood. Get involved in Somewhere In Between: Los Angeles, coming to the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) in August.

DEADLINE: Tuesday, April 30

Artist Bia Gayotto invites residents to participate in an interview and video shoot, which will culminate in a two-screen installation—a multilayered portrait of the greater LA area.

If interested, please contact Bia Gayotto at biagayotto(at)gmail(dot)com

Alexis Kaneshiro
Marketing & Outreach Coordinator

Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA)
495 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91101
626.568.3665 x13


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