Date: August 22nd, 2019

Award-Winning Documentary ‘The Running Man of Pasadena’ is Available for Public Viewing
Arts & Entertainment

Award-Winning Documentary ‘The Running Man of Pasadena’ is Available for Public Viewing

By Alex Cordero  Local film director Brett Nicolletti received recognition for his film “The Running Man of Pasadena,” which screened at several film festivals in California. The film won Best Documentary at the Sherman Oaks Film Festival and received an Impact Docs Award for Excellence in Short Documentary. The short film is now available for…

A Personal Passion for Tea Takes Off
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A Personal Passion for Tea Takes Off

By Linda Taubenreuther As the child of a struggling single mom in the inner city of Canton, Ohio, the only tea Lawrence Charles knew about was instant Lipton in a pitcher. Today, he’s a sophisticated tea enthusiast and celebrated purveyor of “the bespoke artisan tea experience,” able to discuss in detail how a plantation and…

Aug. 23 – Aug. 29
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Aug. 23 – Aug. 29

EDITOR’S PICK Old Pasadena ‘80s Dance Party at the south end of Big Bang Theory Way, Aug. 28 from 6-8:30 p.m. (93 E. Green St., Pasadena, CA 91105). DJ Glenn Red will be on hand spinning rad tunes that feature the very best of 1980s music genres, including new wave, post-punk, new romantics, ska, techno,…

Take a Stroll Down Book Alley, a Pasadena Staple
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Take a Stroll Down Book Alley, a Pasadena Staple

By Emily Glory Peters One of Pasadena’s best kept secrets is its healthy number of exceptional independent bookstores. Book Alley, founded in 1992 and located just a few blocks from Pasadena City College, is no exception—though weathering a quarter century’s worth of business storms hasn’t been an easy ride. “I got into the book business…

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