It was just as the rain moved in for the first time Friday morning at 9 on Grace Terrace behind Yoga House …
Katerina Tomas and Esteban de Los Angeles were the flamenco part of the show at the always eclectic, always fun Indelible Ink show at Pop on Union Street in Old Pasadena this week. It’s always — barring December — the last Tuesday of the month, with showtime at 7: music, dance, performance art and the spoken word, conceived of by Pasadena’s poetry slam champ Monica Lee Copeland, who also headlined Tuesday night as a last minute replacement for the ailing Jack McCarthy.
Next month for the March 29 show, it’s yours truly in the poetry slot. Come on down. Info and tickets: www.indelibleink.net
This yellow fish, and the ichthyologists among you know what kind it is, is in the aquarium beneath the train tracks at Union Station, a dip designed by marine biologist Oscar Weathersby, and is apparently native to the waters of Santa Monica Bay, as opposed to the briny deeps of the MarianaTrench, which would have been my guess.