When you think of a play you think, beginning, middle and end. Usually, you leave the theater thinking “wow that was a wonderful show.” Stephanie Barraco wanted to make her audience think and not be told what was going on, and to get involved with the surroundings and not just observe her play “Far Away.”
Local high school and college students met Tuesday night at Faith Lutheran Church, on Bonita Avenue in San Dimas, to discuss the future of a proposed youth group called Leap of Faith.
La Verne residents and dignitaries gathered at the Los Angeles County Fair Sept. 15 for the city of La Verne’s day at the Fair.
As the November election grows ever closer, residual doubt over the 2000 election’s legitimacy has caused new electronic voting technologies to be utilized in an effort to remove butterfly ballots and “hanging chads” from the equation.
Sept. 17 was opening night for the seventh season of Claremont’s immensely popular Depot Jazz Series. The concerts are held in front of the city’s historic train depot.
We are a nation of multi-taskers. In the ideal world, most would have enough time for everything. But time is intangible. Hours not spent are wasted, never to be used again like minutes that do not “rollover.”
The University of La Verne severed ties this week with its Athens campus and the Somateo Collegio La Verne, the non-profit organization with whom it was contracted to run that campus for more than 10 years.
I’m getting worried because I think I’ve developed a sickness to which there is no known cure. What is this sickness you ask? Why can’t a doctor help me? Because this sickness is a little thing commonly known as Senioritis.
The University of La Verne women’s volleyball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday night to Division II opponent Cal Poly Pomona, 3-0, in the Darlene May Gymnasium.
The Leopard women’s soccer team is 1-2 after a 3-1 defeat Sept. 10 at Ben Hines Field against Christian Heritage College.