Pasadena’s eighteen cultural institutions will keep their doors open late this Friday for ArtNight — an evening of free exhibitions, music and entertainment. The event will be open to the [continue reading]
Happy Halloween Source Readers! The West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval is back, and due to massive crowds there will be street closures in the area. Several Metro buses—Line 2, 4, 10, 30, 105, 704 and [continue reading]
The Pasadena Playhouse is now presenting the multi-award winning production, The Whipping Man, starring Adam Haas Hunter, Jarrod M. Smith and theatre and television star, Charlie Robinson. The historical drama, written [continue reading]
‘Tis the season of giving, and that is exactly what we plan to do on Christmas Eve. Go Metro with your family and friends to the 55th Annual Los Angeles [continue reading]
Get ready to do your best Bruno Tonioli impression this Wednesday, Nov. 5! Metro Presents brings Dancing Classrooms Los Angeles to the Union Station Historic Ticketing Hall. More than 100 fifth-grade students representing 10 schools across Los Angeles County will compete in 5 ballroom dances in the Fall 2014 Colors of the Rainbow [continue reading]
There was a huge crowd on hand for Wednesday night’s “Invisible Cities” performance in Los Angeles Union Station’s historic ticketing hall brought to you by the Metro Presents series. Thank you very much to The Industry for their hard work putting on the concert and for everyone who attended!