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Arcadia Performing Arts Center Kicks of New Season
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Arcadia Performing Arts Center Kicks of New Season

Taiko drummers and Sophia Loren’s son Carlo Ponti Jr. attended By Terry Miller Arcadia Performing Arts Center kicked off the new Season with a media day Wednesday morning to announce the new season. Taiko drummers and a Chinese theatre performed for the media. Sophia Loren’s son Carlo Ponti explained his vision behind his wonderful orchestra’s…

Grammy Winner Steve Tyrell Headlines Star Party Gala in Arcadia
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Grammy Winner Steve Tyrell Headlines Star Party Gala in Arcadia

Opening night of Arcadia Performing Arts Center honors philanthropists Alan and Sandy Whitman The Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation opens its 2018-19 season with nine-time Billboard Jazz Charts legend and Grammy Award-winner Steve Tyrell on Sept. 22 at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center. The Star Party Gala supports the Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation’s mission of fundraising…

Oktoberfest Comes to Arcadia
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Oktoberfest Comes to Arcadia

For two weekends Bavarian beers and live music will be in ample supply Racing fans will be able to raise their steins, strap on their lederhosen, enjoy live music, and enjoy world-class racing along the way as Santa Anita Park hosts its 2018 Oktoberfest for two consecutive weekends, on Sept. 29 and 30 and on Oct. 6 and…

Moonlight Forest – Lantern Art Festival at the Arboretum
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Moonlight Forest – Lantern Art Festival at the Arboretum

This fall, the Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanic Garden invites you to the Moonlight Forest, an unforgettable evening experience of art, culture, and discovery. Masterfully crafted lanterns beckon you into the gardens. Some depict beautiful animals, shimmering exotic flowers and intriguing figures from Chinese legends. An evening of dazzlingly color and magic begins. The Moonlight…

‘Native Gardens’ at Pasadena Playhouse Cultivates Discussion on Diverse Issues
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‘Native Gardens’ at Pasadena Playhouse Cultivates Discussion on Diverse Issues

By May S. Ruiz ‘Native Gardens,’ a new comedy by Karen Zacarias, comes to the Pasadena Playhouse from September 5th to the 30th and shines a light on serious issues, including racial and social diversity, in humorous fashion. Directed by Seinfeld’s Jason Alexander, it features Christian Barillas, Bruce Davison, Frances Fisher, and Jessica Meraz, with…

Arcadia Performing Arts Center Announces Season 7
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Arcadia Performing Arts Center Announces Season 7

New membership program and “concerts with a cause” raise funds for arts education The Arcadia Performing Arts Center recently announced its new 2018 – 2019 season. Presented by the Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation, the new season features legacy artists and emerging talent, reflects a diverse community, and raises funds to give back to local schools….

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Debbie Korbel – Studio Visit

By Jeff Davis I recently had the opportunity to visit the sculpture studio of Debbie Korbel which is located within the massive 44,000 square foot Hawthorne Arts Complex. Debbie is one of about 60+ artists (painters, sculptors, ceramicist, photographers, resin and fiber artists) that maintain a working studio at the art mega-space. Entering her 400…

Route 66 Headlines the Los Angeles County Fair
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Route 66 Headlines the Los Angeles County Fair

By Jackie Gonzales The 2,451 miles that make up historic Route 66 are taking center stage at the 2018 Los Angeles County Fair. With at least seven different attractions based around the country spanning road, this year’s fair will provide visitors with an in-depth look at Route 66 and remind everyone from Santa Monica through…

Old Pasadena Yappy Hour Returns
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Old Pasadena Yappy Hour Returns

On Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Pasadena dog owners can leash up their four-legged furry friends and head to Old Pasadena for the second Yappy Hour, a doggy meet-up that showcases the city’s adorably cute pooches. Join the fun on Big Bang Theory Way, outside Dog Haus Biergarten, at 93 E. Green…

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