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Weekly Editor’s Picks: Rose Bowl Flea Market, “Jaws” screening, Chocolate and Art Show

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Rose Bowl Flea Market, “Jaws” screening, Chocolate and Art Show

Anthony Martinez

August 13, 2016

Sunday 8/14 | Flea Market Rose Bowl Flea Market Every second Sunday of each month, Pasadena's Rose Bowl turns into a vintage item-filled flea market. The market boasts over 2,500 vendors and has a 45 year history. $9 9 a.m. 1001 Rose Bowl Dr. Pasadena, CA 91103   Monday 8/15...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Stand-up Comedy, Pokemon Double Feature, Downtown Art Walk

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Stand-up Comedy, Pokemon Double Feature, Downtown Art Walk

Anthony Martinez

August 7, 2016

Sunday 8/7 Pokemon Double Feature @ The Regent | Film The Pokemon video game series has been unavoidable for the past month with the release of the Pokemon Go app. Joining in on the craze, a double feature of “Pokemon: The First Movie” and “Pokemon The Movie 2000” will be shown for aspi...

Expert debunks freshman 15 weight gain myth

Expert debunks freshman 15 weight gain myth

Anthony Martinez

August 5, 2016

Many incoming freshmen may have heard of the concept of the freshman 15, a supposed average amount of weight a first-time college students gain within their first year. Despite the freshman 15’s prevalence in pop culture, students are not as widely affected as one may think. “The freshman 15 is a littl...

Going with the flow of Pokemon Go

Going with the flow of Pokemon Go

Anthony Martinez

August 3, 2016

Almost a month after the release of the mobile app Pokemon Go, where users can find augmented reality versions of monsters from the “Pokemon” video game series in the real world, peoples’ interest is still piqued by the creature catching craze. The smartphone app, a partnership between Nintendo...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Midsummer Scream, Guillermo del Toro exhibit, soda tasting

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Midsummer Scream, Guillermo del Toro exhibit, soda tasting

Anthony Martinez

July 29, 2016

Saturday 7/30 Midsummer Scream @ Long Beach Convention Center | Festival Halloween comes a few months early with a weekend-long festival based on the holiday. Walkthrough attractions and a series of panels including the creative minds behind “American Horror Story: Hotel” and Universal Studios&...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: “500 Days of Summer”, Johnny Ramone Tribute, “Are You Funnier Than Cat Videos?”

Weekly Editor’s Picks: “500 Days of Summer”, Johnny Ramone Tribute, “Are You Funnier Than Cat Videos?”

Anthony Martinez

July 22, 2016

Saturday 7/23 “500 Days of Summer” @ Pasadena City Hall (Centennial Square) | Film The traveling food, music and movie night, Eat|See|Hear makes a stop at Pasadena’s city hall for a screening of the romantic comedy/drama “500 Days of Summer.” True to its name, the publi...

Music Mondays: 2000s Throwback

Music Mondays: 2000s Throwback

Anthony Martinez

July 18, 2016

As with any other decade, the 2000s has its fair share of now-embarrassing fashion trends, cheesy movies and a plethora of tunes with only a select few that remain widely regarded as great songs worth busting out every once in a while. The previous decade offered a little taste of many genres, as...

“Spirited Away” screening, “Four Chords and a Gun,” Thao and the Get Down Stay Down

“Spirited Away” screening, “Four Chords and a Gun,” Thao and the Get Down Stay Down

Anthony Martinez

July 15, 2016

Saturday 7/16 “Phantasmacabre” @ Corey Helford Gallery | Museum L.A. artist Camille Rose Garcia’s exhibit “Phantasmacabre” explores surrealism and dream like symbolism. Such symbolism includes witches, snakes and wounded goddesses with gardens growing from their bodies. Fre...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Lotus Festival, Summer Nights in the Garden, BØRNS

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Lotus Festival, Summer Nights in the Garden, BØRNS

Anthony Martinez

July 8, 2016

Friday 7/8 Summer Nights in the Garden @ Natural History Museum Live music, coffee roasting and stargazing are just some of the activities planned for the first Summer Nights in the Garden of the year. Tours of the botanical gardens will be offered as well. RSVP here. Free; RSVP required 5 p.m. 900 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA Saturday 7...

Fourth of July Firework Guide

Fourth of July Firework Guide

Anthony Martinez

July 2, 2016

The start of July means the great American celebration known as Independence Day is within reach. As the name suggests, the holiday marks the nation’s independence from the British in 1776. The day, however, is mostly associated with the colorful firework shows which light up the night sky. Be...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: 626 Night Market, Beatles exhibit, Rock n’ Roll Flea Market

Weekly Editor’s Picks: 626 Night Market, Beatles exhibit, Rock n’ Roll Flea Market

Anthony Martinez

June 28, 2016

Friday, 7.1 – Sunday, 7.3 - Food/Music 626 Night Market @ Santa Anita Racetrack The Santa Anita Racetrack transforms into an Asian-themed night market for multiple weekends during the July to September stretch with an abundance of food, music, art and clothing for sale. This year marks the 5...

Editor’s Picks: “Sound of Music” sing-a-long, OC Pride, Dana Carvey stand-up special

Editor’s Picks: “Sound of Music” sing-a-long, OC Pride, Dana Carvey stand-up special

Anthony Martinez

June 18, 2016

Monday 6.20 -Comedy "Electoral Dysfunction" @ Upright Citizens Brigade Sunset Blending together politics, stand-up and improv comedy, the New York-based show "Electoral Dysfunction" features political correspondents, writers and comedians who tackle current political events through humor. Talent ...

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