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March 2017 Art Column
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March 2017 Art Column

By Jeff Davis Christine Frerichs’ solo exhibition, “Beacon”, runs through April 15 at Klowdenmann in Culver City. The focus of her work revolves around color, light and landscapes to emote feelings, moods and meaning from time spent living and working in Los Angeles, New York and Tucson. Her abstract landscapes and symbolic portraits using wax,…

Father-Son Duo to Be Featured at Cal Phil Event
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Father-Son Duo to Be Featured at Cal Phil Event

  Internationally-renowned cellist, Dennis Karmazyn, and emerging, violin virtuoso and son, Max Karmazyn, perform during 2017’s second installment of Music, Martini’s and The Maestro. The last Sunday in March may be the first time that Music, Martinis and the Maestro concert-goers have been treated to the awe-inspiring talent of father and son musicians, Dennis and Max Karmazyn. The…

The Shakespeare Club Puts on Pajama Game Next Weekend
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The Shakespeare Club Puts on Pajama Game Next Weekend

  By Susan Montander  For over 60 years, the Shakespeare Club of Pasadena has presented full scale Broadway Musicals and donated the proceeds to many local charities. In keeping with their Mission Statement of “providing cultural enrichment and philanthropic support to the community”, The Shakespeare Club of Pasadena will be presenting their 70th benefit performance, another Broadway Musical favorite, The…

Business Profile: Sauté Culinary Academy
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Business Profile: Sauté Culinary Academy

  By Emily G. Peters Cooking well easily qualifies as a universally useful skill—but not everyone feels comfortable in the kitchen. That’s why culinary icons like Anthony Bourdain have championed the idea that learning to cook should be required in school. After all, wouldn’t everyone benefit from mastering the basics of creating a healthy (and…

February Art Column
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February Art Column

By Jeff Davis Movie costumes from the 25th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design show are now on exhibit at The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Museum & Galleries (“FIDM”) through April 22. Both current and past season film fashions are on display including Oscar nominated La La Land, Hidden Figures and Fences…

One Night With the Yale Whiffenpoofs
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One Night With the Yale Whiffenpoofs

  A Noise Within Theatre, in collaboration David Miraglia and Chuck Dalaklis, recently announced an evening of song and merriment entitled The Yale Whiffenpoofs in Concert. The internationally respected a cappella group performs live on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 7:30 p.m., singing “Barber Shop” to The Beatles, and even songs The Muppets made famous….

The Pasadena Playhouse Updates
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The Pasadena Playhouse Updates

  The Pasadena Playhouse (Danny Feldman, Producing Artistic Director) recently announced that they will present “Four by Tenn: A Tennessee Williams Reading Series” in celebration of Tennessee Williams. The series will feature four of Williams’ best known plays to be performed each Monday for four weeks beginning February 27 at The Pasadena Playhouse (39 S. El Molino Avenue, Pasadena)….

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