•A toddler uses a toy vacuum in a pint-size midcentury modern playhouse, complete with a Kit-Kat Clock, starburst mirror and an old-fashioned rotary phone. Not far away, older kids explore a cave as they heap squishy rocks and faux logs on top of each other; one child attempts to hug a ginormous teddy bear. “This … Continue reading “An Autry exhibition highlights the cultural and historical connections of that essential (and fun) building block of childhood development.”
The Los Angeles Dodgers are taking a new direction that goes beyond reconfigured player lineups, coaching assignments and concession stand offerings. With the official retirement of legendary sports announcer Vin Scully, the team is introducing fans to a young announcer who is fiercely determined not to step into Scully’s shoes – his goal is to make … Continue reading “South Pasadenan Joe Davis brings his own sports spin to play-by-play announcing for the L.A. Dodgers.”
Glendale tested a pilot program bringing paramedics’ emergency care into people’s homes.
Dotson Rader’s play about close friend Tennessee Williams has its world premiere at the Pasadena Playhouse, with Al Pacino starring as the brilliant, tormented playwright.
A new Forest Lawn Museum exhibition presents intimate images of the rock star turned art tourist.
Whether natural or enhanced, beauty is in the eye of the beholder – and the most critical beholder is usually the one you face in the mirror. But appeasing her can sow nice dividends: When you feel and look your best, you can move mountains, not to mention turn heads. As 2017 opens for business, … Continue reading “Beauty Bites”