Home » Archives by category » Entertainment

“Edwin Mills by Equator” Gastropub Opens in Pasadena

“Edwin Mills by Equator” Gastropub Opens in Pasadena

Edwin Mills by Equator, the sophisticated new gastropub-esque restaurant and bar from Pasadena-based businessman and Restaurateur Teddy B., is set to open its doors January 22 at 4:00pm. Falling on…

Clown Bar at redwhite+bluezz

Clown Bar at redwhite+bluezz

“I Swear on My Nose” by Jennifer Schlueter Your experience at Clown Bar starts while waiting in line for the redwhite+bluezz restaurant at the Pasadena Playhouse. The clowns are already…

Colors in the Valley: Artistic Expressions of the San Gabriel Valley

By Ea Nicole Madrigal On a rainy Sunday afternoon, most people will stay inside the cozy comfort of their homes. However, last Sunday, there were some who braved the dreary…

Assistance League of Pasadena hosts Coffee and Informative Gathering

Assistance League of Pasadena, a nonprofit member volunteer organization that has been serving the community for over 75 years, is looking for volunteers who desire personal growth, leadership opportunities, and…

Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight at The Pasadena Playhouse – A Fun and Engaging Spectacle for All Ages With Highly Talented Cast from Disney, American Idol, and So You Think You Can Dance

Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight at The Pasadena Playhouse – A Fun and Engaging Spectacle for All Ages With Highly Talented Cast from Disney, American Idol, and So You Think You Can Dance

By Jennifer Schlueter If you want to know how adult jokes about Victoria’s Secret models, Tinder, Friday-afternoon-405-traffic, Amazon Prime, waitresses/actresses, and Facebook can vamp up an antiquated Grimm fairytale, you…

City of Torrance Honors Louis Zamperini with Rose Float

City of Torrance Honors Louis Zamperini with Rose Float

Tournament of Roses Honors Zamperini in a Car That Belonged to Joseph Stalin The inspirational life story and recent passing of the City of Torrance’s hometown American hero, Louis Zamperini,…

Sarah Culberson fears for family in Sierra Leone Ebola region

Sarah Culberson fears for family in Sierra Leone Ebola region

By Jennifer Schlueter “Everyone is at risk and more than 300 death cases! We are all scared,” Hindo ends his email from Sierra Leone to his sister Sarah Culberson in…

Tournament of Roses Celebrates 126th Rose Parade Theme “Inspiring Stories” With New Social Media Campaign

Share a personal inspiring story using #RoseParade #Inspiring and enter to win a trip for two to America’s New Year’s Celebration The Tournament of Roses has officially launched its #RoseParade…

Day at the Races – Record 21st Breeders’ Cup World Championship victory for jockey Mike Smith

Day at the Races – Record 21st Breeders’ Cup World Championship victory for jockey Mike Smith

By Terry Miller There were upsets galore during a cool and stormy Breeders Cup at Santa Anita on Saturday. California Chrome took nothing home; Shared Belief (ridden by Mike Smith)…

California ranks 48th best on business taxes

California has the 48th best tax climate in the U.S. according to the latest edition of the State Business Tax Climate Index, released last Tuesday by the nonpartisan Tax Foundation.…

Page 1 of 17123Next ›Last »