Nestled quietly on the side of Shopper’s Lane in Pasadena, Green Street Restaurant preserves the feeling of a dim-lit, smooth and classic restaurant, known for their featured zucchini bread. A place to indulge in classic and original breakfast, lunch, and dinner entrees with friends and family.
Smitty’s Grill, Arroyo Chop House and the long-standing Parkway Grill are Pasadena staples. The “Smith Brothers,” owners of all three restaurants, have successfully mastered the art and demand for American plates. From comfort food to the traditions of an old-time steakhouse, they are known for it.
An old fairy tale springs back to life in Disney’s latest reimagining of “Cinderella,” this time as a live action film.
The guys dressed up in blazers and the women put on their nice dresses. Then they waited patiently as the stage remained silent with nothing but a chair and a footstool on it. The guitarist stepped out onto stage from the side door and everyone applauded. A classy night out on the town might not be something you’d go to a college campus looking for, but Pasadena City College has quite a bit to offer when it comes to evenings out.
Light chatter illuminated the Sexson Auditorium as audience members sat in their seats, anticipating the raising of the red curtains. Upon the lighthearted entrance of the orchestra, the curtains were finally raised, and the audience was greeted by a slumbering teen donning a characteristic beehive hairdo. Lights, camera, Hairspray!
The Jazz Antiqua Dance and Music Ensembleâ€™s performance in Harbeson Hall on Feb. 21 made both jazz dance and jazz music easy to appreciate and inclusive to an otherwise inexperienced listening audience.