By Mary O’KEEFE
A hiker missing since Saturday has been found.
The Montrose Search and Rescue Team assisted the Sierra Madre Search and Rescue in their search for Willis Abner, 30. Abner, an avid hiker who began his hike on Thursday and was to return by Saturday, was discovered today uninjured on Highway 39.
“He had let his […]
By Mary O’KEEFE
Supreme Master Television is bringing star-studded entertainment to the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Saturday, Aug. 27. The two-part extravaganza begins at 2 p.m. with the world premiere of the new musical “The Real Love” and ends with singer/songwriter Don McLean in concert performing the biggest hits of his career including “American Pie.”
“The Real Love,” which […]
SUMMER JAZZ AT DESCANSO
Music on the Main, the summer jazz series at Descanso Gardens, continues Thursdays through Aug. 25 with a different jazz artist every week. Visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and picnics (normally not allowed in the Gardens) and settle back to savor the music.
Woodwind specialist Bob Sheppard will headline a concert […]
By Susan JAMES
On film, it has been a long journey for Harry and for us, from 2001’s “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” to the final act of J. K. Rowling’s mythic drama, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,” opening this week. Together with their on-screen characters, the tenacious trio of Daniel Radcliffe […]
By Charly SHELTON
Christmas is a joyous time for Christians all over the world. Chanukah is a celebration for all Jews. Halloween brings happiness to goth fans once a year. Or as close to happy as they can get. And for nerds, there is only one time all year when we can truly celebrate, where we […]
By Ted AYALA
Shortly before the Milestone Theatre’s June 30 through July 10 run of Lisa Loomer’s “Distracted” at the Pasadena Playhouse’s Carrie Hamilton Theatre, I came across an oddly prescient article in the New York Review of Books. Under the title, “The Epidemic of Mental Illness: Why?” Marcia Angell reviewed a clutch of books examining […]
LIBRARY HOSTS UPCOMING EVENTS
The La Crescenta Library is hosting a free public concert featuring Nativa on Friday, July 15 at 6:30 p.m.
Nativa, an Argentine country-folk counterpart to the urban tango, “folklore” evokes the pure sounds of a music deeply rooted in South American culture. This trio delivers a fresh and vibrant version of a beautiful […]
La Cres Pres Presents Future of Forestry in Concert
La Crescenta Presbyterian Church will be presenting a benefit concert for Children’s Hunger Fund on Friday, July 15 at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary. Performing will be ambient-rock band “Future of Forestry” as well as the band “I AM We.” The cost is $9 online at FutureofForestry.com […]
My 78-year-old husband and I are caretakers for our 42-year-old son who has multiple sclerosis. I am 75 and have recently been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and taking care of our son has become increasingly difficult for both of us physically. My husband has a heart condition. My concern is what will happen to our […]
Montrose Art Walk This Saturday
“The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection.”
The lazy days of summer are upon us. It’s time to go to the beach, have a barbeque with friends, layout by the pool or take a leisurely hike. Our natural tendency is to slow down and take […]