I wish I could say I was even remotely surprised when I read about the waves of bomb threats targeted toward Jewish Community Centers across the United States, but I wasn’t.
Over 17 miles of road was cleared for bikers, walkers, skaters, runners and joggers Sunday from South Pasadena to Azusa for the 626 Golden Streets presented by Metro.
Last month, California State Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, presented the Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night Act, in which local governments could move their last call time for purchasing alcohol between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. at their own discretion
After showing George, a standard schnauzer, Ben Marcus of Pismo Beach washes out the chalk meant to maintain the dog’s hair shape as he is judged on appearance, characteristics, and temperament.
Gustavo Portillo Jr., representing Xtreme Shine, demonstrates his company’s metal polish on soda cans for visiting car enthusiasts at the Pomona Swap Meet Sunday.
Artist Christopher Lawrence Baird demonstrated the power of combining photography and acrylic paint at the reception of his first solo art exhibit 6 p.m. on Saturday at the Claremont Forum.
The current political climate has people becoming more vocal about their political views and taking action, and celebrities and professional athletes are no exception. Since Donald Trump’s election, many have been voicing concerns and people have told celebrities and athletes to stick to their professions.
Alumnus Austin Heron receives his Marine Corps second lieutenant pins during his officer commissioning ceremony Saturday in the Campus Center.
A growing number of Muslim-Americans are reporting incidents of racial and religious profiling at airports, sparking concern that anti-Islamic discrimination is on the rise.
Campus events for the week of March 10, 2017.