Archive for 2014

ArtNight Pasadena Is Friday, October 10th

ArtNight Pasadena Is Friday, October 10th

ArtNight Pasadena is just around the corner and everyone is invited to participate in this culturally exciting, fun and free event! ArtNight Pasadena is a ten-year tradition and regularly scheduled for the second Friday of every March and the second Friday of every October. The upcoming event will take place on October 10th, from 6pm […]

I had a magically musical weekend, theatrically speaking!

I had a magically musical weekend, theatrically speaking!

I caught two exceptional and expertly presented productions, both miraculously performed in equity waiver theatres…under 100 seats. Cabaret The 1972 film, originally starring Liza Minelli and directed by Bob Fosse, who each received Oscars for their work, has always been one of my all-time favorite movies. Currently, it is “knockin’ them dead” as a musical […]

The Drop

The Drop

The Drop Running time 107 minutes. Not for children. Dennis Lehane’s short story “Animal Rescue” is turned into a compelling, suspenseful motion picture by director Michaël R. Roskam from Lehane’s script (his first screenplay). Marv (James Gandolfini) runs a Brooklyn bar with his employee, cousin Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy). Various bars in Brooklyn are used […]

Make Believe Reality Celebrates Magic

Make Believe Reality Celebrates Magic

Combining magic, music, and merriment, Make Believe Reality celebrates the freedom of creative expression in a time-traveling tale about wandering gypsies looking for a way to get home. Told through the prism of Steampunk, which blends old and new into a fascinating magic adventure, Make Believe Reality allows Brandon Scott and his fellow troubadours to […]

Travel Tips 4 U: Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens

Travel Tips 4 U: Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens

By Lynne Tucker On a shady hilltop just thirty minutes south of downtown Los Angeles sits Rancho Los Alamitos, an incomparable landscape that tells the tale of Southern California history spanning centuries. Twice listed on the National Register of Historic Places, today’s 7.5 acre site is an unsurpassed oasis in time with an adobe-core Ranch […]

2014 California Football Weekly Scorecard

2014 California Football Weekly Scorecard

Niners

Entering last Sunday’s meeting with San Francisco, the high-flying, fast-paced Philadelphia Eagles under former Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly, scored 101 points in three wins, but failed to tally an offensive touchdown against the 49ers, who rallied in the second half for a 26-21 victory at brand new Levi’s Stadium. How putrid was the Eagles’ […]

CV’s Jun Leads Way

Jonathan Jun stood tall, as did Brian Gadsby and Connor Van Ginkel for Crescenta Valley High, which blasted Burroughs, 48-21, last Friday in the Pacific League opener at Moyse Field, and ended a five-game losing streak to the Indians. Jun, a senior running back, carried the football a game-high 34 times, pounded out a game-best […]

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One on One with Rock Star EDDIE MONEY for The Tolucan Times

One on One with Rock Star EDDIE MONEY for The Tolucan Times

Brooklyn born Singer/Songwriter EDDIE MONEY was well on his way to becoming a third-generation NYPD police officer following his grandfather, father and brother, but… after two years of that, his music finally took over. He wound up relocating to Berkeley, California, performed at the local clubs around town and he met promoter Bill Graham. The […]