Now, more than ever, architecture aficionados are heading to the desert.
"I love that Pasadena has grown into an incredible metropolitan city, but I can still find a hole-in-the-wall dumpling restaurant."
From a children's clothing line, a program that teaches junior farmers how to grow, prepare, and nourish their own food and more.
Ghiaia has perfectly plush, perfectly cut cashmere sweaters that will last for decades to come.
From Pivots to new openings, here’s what’s happening around town.
It's a chance to sail away this summer to Catalina Island or the Channel Islands for adventure-seeking youth ages 10 to 17 years old.
The Hitch bottle is a full-size, BPA-free reusable water bottle with a removable “barista approved” cup hidden inside.
Good Luck Wine Shop founders Adam and Kate Vourvoulis have created an approachable space for casual wine drinkers and serious ones.
The Black-owned, veteran-owned label’s eponymous moniker also serves as a metaphor for navigating life’s challenges.
A historic landmark constructed in the early 1900s by architect Myron Hunt, with scenes of California painted on the bridge’s gables.
Shop these second-hand boutiques, consignment stores, and flea markets in Pasadena for unique items and one-of-kind finds.
Check out the March-April 2021 issue of Pasadena Magazine!
CHISEL & TOOL is serving the residential and commercial needs of Southern California communities with the utmost integrity.
Vintage Electric’s latest throttle electric bike carries on the brand’s tradition of marrying classic lines with contemporary power.
Pasadena is not just diverse in race and ethnicity, but also diverse in how people have arrived. They bring unique backgrounds and history.