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Google the name Edwin Powell Hubble, and you’ll get back over a hundred-thousand links. Hubble, of course, was the astronomer whose observations from Mount Wilson’s 100-inch Hooker telescope produced “Hubble’s Law” in 1929, providing a basis for the development of cosmology’s Big Bang theory…
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See the new release of Geneva Jacuzzi’s MOCA LOTION, a Dark Ages performance in one act, starring Experimental Half-Hour and Telefantasy Studios as part of the Step and Repeat series at the MOCA Geffen. Watch the video here.
AxS Festival 2014 presents Sphæræ
Join Pasadena Opera for an evening of spectacular theatre in this hilarious, moving production! Affectionately dubbed the “Forrest Gump” of opera, Candide is a fast-paced, tuneful joyride through a young man’s quest to reconcile optimism with reality.
January 9 & 10, 2015, 8:00pm
A Noise Within
3352 East Foothill Boulevard
Pasadena, CA 91107
Tickets are $35-45 or $30 with valid student ID.
Learn more at: www.pasadenaopera.org/events
homeLA: San Marino
homeLA will present works by a number of artists for small groups of guests in response to the architecture and ethos of a San Marino home. Works will range from experimental dance, organized listening, to movement and light installations mining the space for its expressive potential.
February 8, 2015, 3:00pm, 5:00pm, and 7:00pm
(address provided upon ticket purchase)