Producing Artistic Director Danny Feldman shares the upcoming Pasadena Playhouse productions you won't want to miss.
Saturday January 25th is Chinese New Year. Welcome to the year of the rat. Activities about throughout Pasadena, here are four:
The Raymond 1886’s head bartender, Jesus Gomez, takes you back to the classics and around the world
A beautiful, classic church has adorned the corner of Colorado Boulevard and Oakland Avenue in downtown Pasadena for almost 100 years.
We looked to who has drawn our specific attention and the attention of other community members who pay at least as much attention as we do.
First United Methodist Church’s Third@First concert series is a musical gift to Pasadena.
This property is situated on nearly a half-acre of beautifully landscapped grounds with ancient pine trees and breathtaking views of Eaton Canyon and the San Gabriel Mountains.
Over the course of nine days, PIFF will present more than 100 screenings in a wide range of categories including features, documentaries, animation, and short films.
Lucky Baldwin’s is an authentic British pub experience and a mecca for beer aficionados.
Whether from the kitchen or the stage, Pasadena concert venue The Canyon at The Rose delivers.
Pasadena Comic and Toy Show, Chinese New Year Festival, The Winter’s Tale and more!
An intimate theater in Atwater Village, EST/LA produces multiple plays every season and offers lively off-night and late-night programming.
Following in the footsteps of its 90-something-year-old big sister, the Pasadena branch already boasts a loyal following.
Currently one of the top trending boba bars in the Pasadena area, Labobatory is known for its unique, tasty teas. Its inventive offerings go...