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Summer in Altadena — while usually pretty hot — also shapes up to be a fine place for entertainment for all ages. This evening, for example, the California Shakespeare Ensemble presents "Shakespeare's Lovers" at Farnsworth Park. A small...
Tags: Music, Gelato, New York City, Politics, Entertainment
Cast your vote for your favorite entry in our third annual Los Angeles Times Battle of the Burgers. Your precious democracy is at stake! Well, that might be a little overstated. But Pasadena media are abuzz about a local kid who has entered the...
Pasadena has long been at the forefront of craft brewing in Los Angeles, and while there are not many operating breweries in the city, there are some great bars and restaurants that make Pasadena a destination for craft beer fans. Here are some...
Who doesn't know about Gus's BBQ in South Pasadena? The iconic neon sign has been beckoning passersby since 1946 when the brothers Tripodes started serving up classic American barbecue. In 2008, ownership changed to the brothers Bicos whose family also...
Tags: Salt, Potatoes, Foods and Beverages, Sandwiches, Beef Brisket
BOYS’ GOLF San Marino, South Pasadena in Rio Hondo League Individual Tournament: Charlie Allen of San Marino shot his way to the top of the leader board – alongside the reigning champion, La Caņada’s Collin Morikawa – after he...
Tags: Golf, Sports, Clubs and Associations
The Arroyo Food Co-op was founded in Altadena almost five years ago by locals who wanted a community-based alternative to large corporate grocery store chains. The co-op reached a major milestone last week as it signed a lease for the old George’s...
Pity the late John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, whose snack during a card game gave name to the English culinary craze that followed. No, he didn't invent putting a filling between two pieces of bread. That had been done since ancient times....
La Monarca bakery has opened a corner shop in South Pasadena. The location, a sunny corner by the Metro train track and a metal sculpture that looks like the figure on Walk/Don't Walk signs, sits alongside the tracks and cries out for customers to...
Porta Via. Is it Italian for “by way of the door”? Or is it the verb/adverb combo “to carry out”? Either way, you'll want to take everything home from the Italian food emporium bearing this moniker. You may already recognize the...
So how are those New Year's resolutions going? Are you getting to work a little earlier? Hitting the gym more than once a month? Writing that novel? Eating more healthily? Maybe trying out a vegetarian diet? We can't help with the first few, but if you'...
Tags: Travel, Soups, Foods and Beverages, Zucchini, Lasagna
Get out the ketchup and mustard — and the pickles and onions, too. It's Pasadena Cheeseburger Week from today through Friday, with a whole slate of local eateries participating and offering special deals in a culinary challenge. Participants can...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Hamburgers
On the Town: Fine dining suits Scarlet Room to a tea; Violinist Jacqueline Suzuki's Glendale concert series continuesKaren Mikaelian, owner of the Scarlet Tea Room, has added “Fine Dining” to her business card. Pasadena's well-known tea room on Green Street, popular for its fancy tea service during the day, has added dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings....
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