From the easy hiking trails, to children’s playgrounds and the open grassy areas, San Dimas Canyon Community Regional Park offers a fun and easy nature ground that has something for everyone.
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With new stay-at-home orders in California, rising COVID-19 cases and life entering month 10 of virtual everything, holiday cheer may not seem as cheery for some this Christmas season. People cannot – or should not – gather for holiday celebrations like in normal years.
The Claremont Wilderness Park Five Mile Loop Trail has given people a sense of normalcy despite the complications caused by the pandemic.
I boarded the Metrolink train at the Claremont Metrolink Station to Los Angeles on a Friday afternoon, ready for an adventure to Olvera Street.
The magician on stage looked out into the audience, scanned each row and stopped when he landed on me.
The newly opened Amethyst Healing Spa on Arrow Highway and A Street in La Verne is small and quaint, but does not fall short on making one feel invited and at ease.
As I walked through the doors of Hot Yoga in Claremont Sunday, I was excited and curious as to how I was about to perform “goat yoga,” as I had never even been to a regular yoga class before.
It was a warm afternoon at the Fairplex in Pomona last week as I enjoyed a day visiting the Los Angeles County Fair. I was delighted that I did not have to pay for entrance into the fair, as it was La Verne Community Day – University of La Verne students received free admission.
As I woke up at the peak of sunrise, body aching from the day before, I still managed to get up rather perky because I knew Community Engagement Day was only a couple hours away.
Vampires, goblins and werewolves, oh my! April 22 was not the typical night for any lover of horror. I put my Freddy Krueger sweater dress on with my tall brown boots and was ready to submerge into the fandom that was found at the eighth annual three-day Monsterpalooza horror convention created by Monsterpalooza President Elio […]