The American Pet Society held its eighth annual America’s Pet Expo at the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds, Fairplex in Pomona, April 11-13.
Although it may seem at times that, because the geographical area of La Verne is so small, you have been everywhere and done everything; there are actually quite a few unique places to visit within just a 30-mile radius.
Small music stores are few and far between, but what many people do not know is that a lot of the time, these music stores take pride in what they sell, much more than the large music distributor that sells compact disks for around $17 a piece.
As the posters hanging on Cal Poly Pomona’s campus put it, “After eight long years, Low finally gives administration the issue it’s been waiting for…the last.”
Evan Clause watches as his brother Adam feeds a goat from outside a petting zoo at the Los Angeles County Fair.
The smell of fresh flowers and food lingers in the air. The sight of fresh fruits and vegetables, artwork, clothes and other specialty items, along with the sound of live music, greet shoppers. All of these things collectively produce smiles on peoples faces each Wednesday as they walk amidst the San Dimas Marketplace.
Campus and community news for the week of March 29, 1996.
Joyce Bradshaw circled the glass case with a skeptical look in her eye, carefully examining the beaver-pelt, stove-top hat that lay within.
Familiar and traditional sights, sounds and smells of the Los Angeles County Fair reach an end this Sunday, but there are still many upcoming events left at the 68th annual event.
Allegations of discrimination, sexual misconduct and harassment within the La Verne Police Department are currently being investigated by an independent counsel for the city, according to Jeff Allred, assistant city manager.