Pasadena Restaurants Offering Takeout Meals

With restaurants temporarily closed for in-restaurant dining in accordance Pasadena City Restrictions, many of the fine dining establishments are offering to-go menus for pick up or delivery.

Altadena’s Coffee Gallery Backstage – A Historical Labor of Love

One-time Ice House co-owner Bob Stane’s labor of love is programming superior folk and Americana music. The fruit of that 50-year labor is on abundant display at Altadena’s Coffee Gallery Backstage.

Pasadena Center Operating Co. Providing Low-Cost Meals to Students During Shutdown

Pasadena Center Operating Company (PCOC) along with Centerplate, delivered and distributed 3,100 healthy meals for students of Pasadena Unified School District.

Take a Peek Inside the New Issue of Pasadena Health (2020)

Your guide to health and wellness in and around Pasadena from the publisher of Pasadena Magazine.

Coronavirus: Being a Nurse During Covid-19

To get a better understanding of what it is like working on the front lines of a world-wide pandemic, we talked to three local nurses.

Huntington Hospital Asking for Blood Donations Due to Severe Blood Shortage

Huntington Hospital is the only trauma hospital in the San Gabriel Valley and they are currently experiencing a severe blood shortage.

Pasadena Identifies Additional Cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Seven cases of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pasadena residents as of March 25th. 

Pasadena Gardens – Some You Can Still Visit Right Now

While many of us are currently cooped up in our homes, spring has officially sprung in Pasadena, including at these four must see botanical gardens in our neighboring communities.

Managing Stress During an Epidemic

How are you managing stress with everything that's been happening lately?

Pasadena Magazine – Read the March/April 2020 Issue Online!

While we are all practicing guidelines for social distancing, and suddenly finding ourselves with extra reading time, we wanted to share this month's issue with all of you.

COVID-19 Resources and Information for California Residents

In times like these a lack of information adds dramatically to collective angst, consternation and fear.

Pulling Together For Pasadena Businesses During COVID-19

In these unprecedented times pulling together is the only way we’ll make it through.

5 Ways to Social Distance Yourself (Without Losing Your Mind)

Some things you can do to not lose your mind during this time of national crisis.

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CUISINE

Pasadena Restaurants Offering Takeout Meals

With restaurants temporarily closed for in-restaurant dining in accordance Pasadena City Restrictions, many of the fine dining establishments are offering to-go menus for pick up or delivery.

Pulling Together For Pasadena Businesses During COVID-19

In these unprecedented times pulling together is the only way we’ll make it through.

Four Delicious Soups to Try in Pasadena

Next time the storm clouds roll in, duck into one of these restaurants and find respite at the bottom of a bowl.

LIFESTYLE

ARTS & CULTURE

Art Matters – A Benefit for Art Center College of Design

Philanthropic San Marino League presents “Art Matters,” juried fine art exhibition and sale on March 28-29, 2020.

Pasadena Festival of Women Authors Will Feature Seven Acclaimed Female Writers

Now in its 12th year, the Pasadena Festival of Women Authors celebrates the accomplishments of female writers while raising funds for literary programs.

Upcoming Pasadena Playhouse Productions You Won’t Want to Miss

Producing Artistic Director Danny Feldman shares the upcoming Pasadena Playhouse productions you won't want to miss.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Take a Peek Inside the New Issue of Pasadena Health (2020)

Your guide to health and wellness in and around Pasadena from the publisher of Pasadena Magazine.

Coronavirus: Being a Nurse During Covid-19

To get a better understanding of what it is like working on the front lines of a world-wide pandemic, we talked to three local nurses.

Huntington Hospital Asking for Blood Donations Due to Severe Blood Shortage

Huntington Hospital is the only trauma hospital in the San Gabriel Valley and they are currently experiencing a severe blood shortage.

COMMUNITY

Pasadena Center Operating Co. Providing Low-Cost Meals to Students During Shutdown

Pasadena Center Operating Company (PCOC) along with Centerplate, delivered and distributed 3,100 healthy meals for students of Pasadena Unified School District.

Contemporary Crafts Market to Close After 34 Years

The longest-running fine craft show is celebrating its final year at the Pasadena Convention Center.

Pasadena Comedy Club, The Ice House Warms Audiences With Laughter

For an evening of laughter, this Pasadena comedy club is the place to be.

TRAVEL

The Big Easy Beckons – Where to Stay, Eat and Play in New Orleans

There’s even more to love about New Orleans lately thanks to a recent infusion of new hotels and restaurants

Eat, Stay, and Play the Preholiday Way in London

Travel expert Catherine Addé of Pasadena’s TravelStore shares her insight on holiday travel.

SHOP & STYLE

A Spanish Colonial Revival in San Gabriel Filled With Character and Charm

This 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival is filled with character and charm.

Urban Gentlemen Outfitter, Pocket Square Clothing On Projects and Their New Flagship Store

Pocket Square Clothing Founders Andrew Cheung and Rodolfo Ramirez on their new flagship store, collaboration with Mayor Eric Garcetti, and why they might be outfitting the 2028 Olympic team.

k-apostrophe Launches With a Line of Luxury Prints and Textiles for the Home

Los Angeles-based designer K’era Morgan launches a luxury line of prints and textiles for the home.

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