As a play written in 1991 by Daniel J. Sullivan, Inspecting Carol’s theme as it relates to the theater business and the struggle to gain production funds through arts grants makes it still timeless. With threats to arts endowments today, it is also quite timely.
Author: Monique A. LeBleu
Alhambra’s original historic Route 66 local favorite, Twohey’s restaurant, which recently celebrated its 75th anniversary, has opened an extension of its fare to Pasadena with a re-imagining of classic American food at their new Twohey’s Tavern.
Delicatessen by Osawa is the brand new brain child by Owner Sayuri Tachibe and Executive Chef Shigefumi Tachibe of Osawa Pasadena (inventor of 80’s fusion-food TunaTartare genius) nestled among the rich selection of restaurants in the South Lake area of Pasadena.
Moral ambiguity gray area, dubious side-taking, and where the ends justifies the means … maybe. These are the themes addressed in Dark Arts. Would you hire someone who you thought might be morally corrupt if you knew they’d get the job done when your life’s-blood […]
Photo by Tatsu Oiye ~ Anna Knudson at Art Beyond the Glass II, 2013. Originally published on Hollywood Patch Art of the Patch coming to Los Globos Thirty of L.A.’s top bartenders will be showcasing their artistry, from painting to photography, live music and, of […]
L.A. Food Bowl Night Market 2017 Video by Monique A. LeBleu ~ Maestro Vito Iacopelli of Prova Pizzaria two Neopolitan-style pizza on-the-street, the Bancarella pizza: Margherita with San Marzano tomato sauce, organic basil, parmesan and fresh mozzarella; The Carbonara, also with mozzarella, bacon, basil and a […]