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Our First Page Three Girl

Beacon Media News in the grand tradition of British tabloids is introducing its very first Page Three Girl. As is usual our “girl” is bearly covered, but still “suitable” for family viewing. Please turn the page for your first glimpse of our first homage to this British tradition. We just hope that The Sun (…

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PASADENA SISTER CITIES COMMITTEE PROMOTES

A benefit concert will be held Saturday, May 21, at the Levitt Pavilion in Pasadena to support the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan. Pasadena Sister Cities Committee, an all-volunteer organization, is promoting the benefit on behalf of its sister city, Mishima. The music festival, from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., will…

Cal Phil Supporters Protest Arboretum Foundation’s Decision
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Cal Phil Supporters Protest Arboretum Foundation’s Decision

Approximately 50 musicians, supporters and friends of Cal Philharmonic made their voices heard Saturday morning waving placards and other signs showing their collective disapproval of the decision The Arboretum Foundation has made in selecting Pasadena Pops over Cal Phil for the 2012 Summer Concert series. Cal Phil directors held a press conference describing their confusion…

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Pasadena POPS Summer Series in Negotiations with Los Angeles County Arboretum for Upcoming Concerts Beginning in 2012

Pasadena POPS Summer Series in Negotiations with Los Angeles County Arboretum for Upcoming Concerts Beginning in 2012   The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden announced today that it will begin negotiations with the Pasadena Symphony Association to establish a contract to present summer concerts at its 127-acre site in Arcadia, beginning in 2012….

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Antonovich Announces 74 Summer Arts Internships

The Los Angeles County Arts Commission will be offering 74 paid summer internships to college undergraduates this summer, announced Mayor Michael D. Antonovich. To develop business skills that can be put to use in their future careers, interns are paid $350 per week for a ten-week program participating in educational and arts networking activities learning…

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Antonovich Announces 74

The Los Angeles County Arts Commission will be offering 74 paid summer internships to college undergraduates this summer, announced Mayor Michael D. Antonovich. To develop business skills that can be put to use in their future careers, interns are paid $350 per week for a ten-week program participating in educational and arts networking activities learning…

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Opening Night Ticket Sales for the AHS Guys and Dolls Production Sold Out – Tickets still available for other dates

Selling out on a Tuesday night might not seem like an achievement unless you consider the fact that it has never been done before at Arcadia High School. The combination of an increased loyal following to the Award Winning Theatre Department headed by Steven Volpe as well as broad community involvement spawned this sellout. Opening…

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Vagina Monologues at Sierra Madre Playhouse March 27 and 28

  Planned Parenthood Combats Intimate Partner Violence With Second Annual Vagina Monologues Performance at Sierra Madre Playhouse Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley present their second annual all-staff and volunteer produced benefit performances of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues in support of the V-DAY 2011 Campaign to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls. As…

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MUSIC, MARTINIS AND THE MAESTRO – BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND-

MUSIC, MARTINIS AND THE MAESTRO…BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND The California Philharmonic’s chamber music series returns, but to a different location – the recently renovated Sofia Ballroom at Noor Ballroom and Dining Room From 2004 to 2008, one of the California Philharmonic’s most popular events was Music, Martinis and the Maestro, where many of LA’s most…

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