Often found at the Terra Vista Farmers Market in Rancho Cucamonga and markets across Southern California, Scoops on Tap, an unusual ice cream-making business, has made a name for itself with its handcrafted and original and ice cream flavors.
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Homeowners have decorated their houses and yards with holiday lights on Thoroughbred Street, Jennet Street, and Turquoise Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga.
The Frontier Project held its second annual Earth Day celebration last Saturday in Rancho Cucamonga to help educate the community on becoming environmentally sustainable.
Located in the oldest winery in California, the Coffee Klatch provides a relaxing and comfortable environment to locals and visitors. The friendly staff is never hesitant to offer helpful suggestions, sample chocolate espressos or provide you with a warm cup of award-winning coffee.
Amanda Romero was crowned pageant queen last month at the Miss Rancho Cucamonga Pageant.
Often times it is hard to find something fun to do around campus. However, there are plenty of things to do coming up in the next couple of weeks around the La Verne area. Here are some of the events that can keep you busy and entertained in the long stretch until Thanksgiving break.
Twisting grape vines blanketing wide patches of land, creeping greenery at the San Bernardino Mountains feet, vibrant wildflowers peeping through long strands of golden yellow field grass; throw in a few houses and buildings and this is my memory of Rancho Cucamonga growing up.
If you are a resident of Rancho Cucamonga the name John Kera will be a name to remember over the next few months. Kera, a junior political science major at the University of La Verne is running for mayor in the city.
After wading through hordes of traffic on a busy freeway, you decide to quench your thirst. A red arrow-shaped sign catches your eye: Funnel Cakes, it reads. You enter the eatery, and a friendly woman wearing cat-eyed glasses asks whether you’d like to try a New York Egg cream or a pink cow.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 1, 2004.