Take all these things and put them together: plenty of children and more than a few parents, a scavenger hunt, willowy giraffes, a couple of elephants, a supporting cast of smaller mammals, a batch of baby chimpanzees taking rides on their mothers’ backs, and a Los Angeles Zoo that belongs to a select group of patrons for a few hours before a weekend opening day.
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is currently gearing up for its second and final weekend. With everyone from Paul McCartney to Skrillex showing up to play or be seen, the festival’s opening weekend easily demonstrated why Coachella is the most talked about musical event in the world.
Get ready for the 50th annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design, which will feature a 1915 English arts and crafts estate designed by prominent L.A. architect Stiles O. Clements (1883-1966). Situated on over three and a ... read more
We here at Pasadena Magazine used to consider ourselves somewhat knowledgeable, or at least competent, when it came to our awareness of Japanese whisky. If you took us to Little Tokyo we'd know to ask for Yamazaki ... read more
Little Tokyo has a welcome new eatery, after losing Spice Market to make room for the Regional Connector subway extension late last year. Justice, the new gastropub from chef Francis Dimitrius, has opened its doors next ... read more