SoCal Museums & Metro are starting off the year with the 13th annual museums Free-for-All, Sunday, January 28th. Dozens of museums—presenting art, cultural heritage, natural history, and science—will open their doors and invite visitors to attend their museums free of charge.
2018 Participating Museums:
- Annenberg Space for Photography
- Autry Museum of the American West
- The Broad
- California African American Museum
- California Science Center
- Columbia Memorial Space Center
- Craft & Folk Art Museum
- Descanso Gardens
- Forest Lawn Museum
- Fowler Museum at UCLA
- Getty Center
- Getty Villa
- GRAMMY Museum
- Hammer Museum
- Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
- Japanese American National Museum
- Kidspace Children’s Museum
- La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
- LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art
- Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
- The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
- Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)
- Museum of Tolerance
- Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
- Orange County Museum of Art
- The Paley Center for Media
- Palm Springs Art Museum
- Pasadena Museum of California Art
- Petersen Automotive Museum
- Pomona College Museum of Art
- Santa Barbara Museum of Art
- Skirball Cultural Center
- Sunnylands Center & Gardens
- University Art Museum, CSU Long Beach
- USC Fisher Museum of Art (only Sat. 1/27)
- Weisman Museum of Art
- Zimmer Children’s Museum
We are proud to participate in SoCal Museums’ 2018 Free-For-All day this Sunday, Jan 28! Dozens of museums— presenting art, cultural heritage, natural history, and science like LACMA—will open their doors and invite visitors to attend their museums free of charge. #FreeMuseumDay pic.twitter.com/bxkDTGo3Os
— Zimmer Children's Museum by ShareWell (@ZimmerMuseum) January 26, 2018
Original Twohey’s Restaurant Moves to New South Pasadena Location in Spring 2018!
Home of The Little Stinko Continues to Serve up Memories:
Original Twohey’s Restaurant Moves to New South Pasadena Location in Spring 2018!
Twohey’s Restaurant originally opened in Pasadena in 1943, and then moved a decade later to its present location at the intersection of Huntington Drive and Atlantic Boulevard in Alhambra. After negotiations to renew their lease over the past several years was unsuccessful, the original Twohey’s Restaurant has found a new home and is relocating to neighboring city South Pasadena. “We have been unable to reach a new lease agreement at our Alhambra location. However, we are able to stay on month-to-month to keep our staff employed and serve our customers during our transition to the new location in South Pasadena. We are deeply saddened to move from Alhambra and are grateful for the support from the community throughout the years. The tremendous outpouring of love and loyalty during this time has been overwhelming, with legions of friends, family, and guests sharing their unique stories of what Twohey’s Restaurant has meant to them. Though, it is bittersweet, we are excited for this new chapter and to continue the Twohey’s Restaurant legacy in South Pasadena,” states Jim Christos.
Twohey’s Restaurant is open Sunday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm, and every Friday and Saturday from 7:00 am to 12:00 midnight. For more information, please visit www.Twoheys.com or call Twohey’s Restaurant at 626.284.7387 directly.
Twohey’s Restaurant South Pasadena will be located at 424 Fair Oaks Avenue, South Pasadena CA, 91030. For future updates on the opening, please visit www.Twoheys.com.
Ed: The new location of Twohey’s was previously occupied by various restaurants, most notably Tommy Lasorda’s restaurant venture Carmine’s. Other occupants included Craft Hill and Sow House. Carmine’s closed in 2015. Sow House closed in 2016. Craft Hill closed in 2017. Craft Hill has another location in West Covina.
LA Tech Job Fair on 3/8 – Free Tickets
Meet 200+ of the best LA Tech Companies looking to hire great candidates …. Last year we had 10,000+ people attend TechFairLA making it the biggest SoCal tech event of the year… Get your FREE TICKET to the 2018 event today.
On March 8th, we’re bringing back the largest ever tech job fair to Los Angeles. I’m hosting TechFairLA with Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Annenberg Foundation. The biggest tech companies in LA will all be there (Snap, SpaceX, Ticketmaster, Tinder, ZipRecruiter, Jam City, Headspace, YouTube, Cornerstone OnDemand, Warner Brothers…). If you are looking for a job in Tech (engineering, product, marketing, design, sales, finance, operations) this is a MUST ATTEND event. And even if you’re not looking for a new job, this is an amazing opportunity to meet and network with all of the top LA tech companies, VCs/CEOs, City/Civic leaders, and the LA tech community at large.
To see the full list of Companies participating please visit: www.Comparably.com/techfair
Comparably is committed to helping employees get paid fairly and to making work more transparent. To see how much people like you get paid & to rate your workplace, visit www.Comparably.com
I look forward to having you join us (again) for what promises to be the biggest and best SoCal tech event of the year.
Jason Nazar, Comparably CEO
p.s. Thank you to our amazing partners and sponsors: Annenberg Tech, Cooley LLP, LegalZoom, and Delta Air Lines for helping to make this event possible.
To see the full overview of TechFair LA 2018 please visit our website at: https://www.comparably.com/techfair/
LA’s Largest Technology Job Fair will be returning to LA for an even bigger and better event for the second year in a row, co-hosted by Comparably, Annenberg Foundation and Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti. Over 250 most prominent tech companies in attendence along with 10,000+ job-seekers in Engineering, Product, Sales, Marketing, Design and more attending.
– 250+ hottest Technology companies
– 10,000+ job-seekers in attendance
– Breakout Sessions led by top Tech Leaders and CEOs.
– Startup DEMO-Day
– Food Trucks, Live DJ, and Prizes!
Past guest speakers include:
Jam CIty CEO, Chris DeWolfe
BAM Ventures Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Richard Jun
Sabio Co-Founders, Gregorio Rojas and Liliana A. Monge
SVB’s Rob Freelan and Laurel & Wolf CEO, Leura Fine, Realty Mogul CEO, Jilliene Helman
LegalZoom CMO, Laura Goldberg
DAQRI Chief Human Potential Officer, Michael Lynch
New Business Ventures CTO and President, Malcolm Casselle and Warner Bros EVP, Justin Herz
CSOD CEO, Adam Miller
Check out last year’s event here, and some of the highlighted company’s in attendance below:
Jam City, Cornerstone OnDemand, Cooley LLP, LegalZoom, Tronc, Sabio, Comparably, Silicon Valley Bank, EY, DAQRI, Snapchat, Honest Company, Ticketmaster, Hyperloop-One, DogVacay, Soothe, ZipRecruiter, FabfitFun, YouTube, Amazon, Scopely, Uber, Loot Crate, Laurel and Wolf, Honey, ZEFR, Riot Games, Enplug, Headspace, Realty Mogul, Two Bit Circus, Spokeo, Omaze, Chownow, NationBuilder, Clutter, YouTube, Uber, All Def Digital, CrossCampus and more.
See the full details about the event here: https://www.comparably.com/techfair/
Join Innovate Pasadena for “Pirates, Innovation and Rum!” at the Pasadena Playhouse on Monday, January 29th. There will be music, giveaways, tasty food, and of course, Pirate-style rum drinks all on the set of the set of the Pirates of Penzance. The event is free but registration is required to attend. Space is limited so register today! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pirates-innovation-and-rum-tickets-41976209974
Pirates, Innovation and Rum!
Monday, January 29, 2018, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Pasadena Playhouse, 39 S El Molino Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101
The Pasadena Playhouse is producing an unconventional, immersive production of Pirates of Penzance. It’s like nothing that’s ever been done in the Playhouse before, and the Innovate Pasadena community is warmly welcomed to come and get a close-up look. We’ll have music, giveaways, tasty food, and of course, Pirate-style rum drinks. Everyone is able to wander the stage, play with the props, network, eat, drink and be pirate-y. Space is limited so registration is required to attend. RSVP today!
We can’t wait to see you at events this spring!
*More info coming soon and be sure to check in here periodically for updates, additions or changes.
Mark Your Calendars – TOMATOMANIA Season is Almost Here!
The TOMATOMANIA event schedule is all in line for the spring. Be sure to check out the dates and sites
MARCH 2-11: Roger’s Gardens • Corona Del Mar, CA
MARCH 10-11: The Water Conservation Garden • El Cajon, CA
MARCH 9-11: Fig Earth Supply PARTNER SALE • Los Angeles
MARCH 16-18: Tapia Brothers • Encino
MARCH 23-24: Otto & Sons Nursery • Fillmore
MARCH 24: Topa Mountain Winery • Ojai
APRIL 6-8: Descanso Gardens • La Canada/Flintridge
APRIL 14-15: Cornerstone Sonoma • Sonoma, CA
iOS 11.2.5 includes support for HomePod and introduces the ability for Siri to read the news (US, UK and Australia only). This update also includes bug fixes and improvements.
For information on the security content of Apple software updates, please visit this website: https://support.
Saturday, February 3
Entrance is FREE, but RSVP’s are recommended at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us as we open our doors to the public. Come learn about all of our Culinary and Pastry programs. We have something for everyone!
FREE bites and beverages
Local Craft Makers
525 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91101
CAMILO’S Bistro Eagle Rock Closes
CAMILO’S Bistro has decided to close it’s doors. After 18 years in our community, we have come to the point of letting our beloved bistro go. We have nothing but wonderful memories in our second home, served many great meals, enjoyed many glasses of wine with our guests, friends and family, danced with many of you, heard many life stories, shared our lives with many, made many good friends, saw many children born and grow, loved our great staff who were so loyal and with us and have been with us since we opened, most importantly, we hoped everyone felt our sincere hospitality and friendship every time you walked out our door, and that most of you didn’t mind our hugs and kisses as we said goodbye.
Unfortunately, good things come to an end. In the past few years, with all the operating costs rising, personal illness and complications, and the decline of business income, we are forced to close. This decision is beyond emotionally hard, especially knowing we truly loved what we did and gave it our all, to keep our doors open. As many of our fellow business owners know, who love their business as much as we did, you hold on, until you are all out of options and you just can’t operate anymore and realize your business debt is just rising. Therefor, at this time, we will reorganize our lives and look forward to what the next chapter may bring.
Thank YOU!!! We met many wonderful people through the years, many who have became our personal friends, a special thanks to all our wonderful staff who stayed with us until the end. We will miss everyone, but we know that we will see you all around our community soon.
Again, thank you for your support through the years.
Until we meet again,
Camilo & Amelia
CAMILO’S California Bistro & Catering Co. | 2128 West Colorado Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90041
MAGIC BOX @ THE REEF
SAT APRIL 7 – 11 AM – 5 PM
SUN APRIL 8 – 11 AM – 4 PM
A ‘Comic-Con’ for Foodies! This two-day shopping and educational event offers attendees the chance to meet culinary purveyors, purchase the newest food trends, and experience cuisines from hand-selected vendors including food artisans, cookware and gadgets, restaurants, local chefs, food trucks, craft breweries, wineries, and more.
Foodie Con delivers everything your palate desires all under one roof and all in one fun-filled weekend!
Cooking Classes Tickets