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Arts & Entertainment, Dining Delights

Mexican Food Still Served in Arcadia

By Victor Buell Despite the closure of two Acapulco restaurants in Pasadena and Monrovia, hungry chow-hounds looking for a Mexican food fix can still get a giant burrito, a stuffed soft taco, or a cheesy enchilada just around the corner at Arcadia’s Original Peppers Mexican Grill and Cantina. This family-owned and family-oriented grill is nestled…

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Sharp Shooters! Photography Workshops with Focus

Take your photography to the next level by learning from the pros. Whether you are a beginner or a longtime photo enthusiast, use top-of-the-line equipment or your phone camera, our specialists can help you improve your shots. A trio of our favorite professionals will share specialized photography tips and techniques in three of hands-on workshops…

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Celebrate Tutu Day on 2/2!

In honor of its upcoming L.A. premiere engagement of BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL, the Pantages Theatre is declaring that Thursday 2/2 to be “Tutu Day.” The very unofficial celebration is being marked by several celebrations involving the beautiful, inspirational and versatile tutu. In BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL, the tutu is not just a piece of…

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  “THE KING OF THE DESERT” A Boy, A Barrio, A Dream… Performed by René Rivera, Written by Stacey Martino, Directed by Sal Romeo Casa 0101 Theater, Josefina López, Founder/Artistic Director and American Latino Theatre Company, David Llauger-Meiselman, Artistic Director, in association with CoActive Content, Stacey Martino, Founder/Artistic Director will present a new co-production of…

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