To celebrate "Pretty in Pink"'s 30th Anniversary, Street Food Cinema is throwing more than just a mere party. Guests will be able to enjoy not only the film, but an 80s prom photo booth, corsages or a boutonnières booth for their date, drunken cake pops, and more savory food at the Grand Central Market next door to the theater. Guests are encouraged to dust off their dancing shoes before the film to the most popular hits of the 80s.
Street Food Cinema's eclectic assemblage of food, music, and films has picked up attention beyond the park's bounds, snagging mentions on NBC4, We Like LA, and The Washington Post. Other videos of the events in action can be seen here. It's also become known for its philanthropic work: each year the organization supports several charities.
In 1938, Kurt and Max Laemmle, the nephews of Universal Pictures founder Carl Laemmle, opened their very own movie house dedicated to Hollywood and foreign pictures alike. Though it's since grown to encompass seven locations, Laemmle Theaters is still a family-run business that remains dedicated to its original mission.
A mix of blockbuster and art-house flicks are projected digitally into auditoriums with stadium seating, and share showtimes with special events such as premieres and one-night screenings. To spotlight smaller films, the Sneak Preview Club features upcoming movies for free, an easier way to see new releases than changing your name to Steven Spielberg. Complement each cinematic voyage with one of Laemmle Theaters' classic concessions, such as popcorn drenched in real butter.
At Actors Youth Academy, working-actor instructors follow the Michael Chekhov method, which emphasizes imagination, concentration, and straightforward guidance as the most effective way to learn the ropes of acting in film and television. Classes are divided into three levels: beginner, advanced, and professional, and students are placed based on their ability. Beginner acting classes cater to kids or adults who want to dip a toe into the drama pool, advanced sessions are for actors preparing for an agent, and professional classes welcome those who have already booked a job or audition and need some extra guidance. All classes focus on preparing youths for a career in the film and television industry.
For the theatrically inclined, Memorial Park offers engaging plays for your enjoyment in Pasadena.
Service and taste make a great restaurant, and that's why you won't be disappointed by this club.
Families will feel right at home at this club with its kid-friendly atmosphere.
Summer meals will taste even better when you enjoy them on Memorial Park's gorgeous patio.
Those up for moving and grooving can take a turn on the dance floor.
The weeknight rush is in full force at Memorial Park, so anticipate a wait if you go after work.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
For those who prefer to travel by bike, Memorial Park is a great option due to its generous bike parking options.
The movie theater offered at Academy 6 Theaters in Pasadena provides the most current releases from Hollywood.
It's certainly time you stopped reading about this theater with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite.
No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home at this theater.
Watch a movie from the comfort of your own car at the drive-in theater.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
For three days in April, the International Gem & Jewelry Show transforms the Travis County Exposition Center into a jewel-filled bazaar worthy of a storybook. This traveling gem and jewelry show welcomes vendors from around the world, boasting an exhibition roster that includes everyone from homespun artisans to antique dealers. The shows also welcome DIY jewelry fans with vendors dedicated to beading and other crafts.