Feeling Groovy, a holistic wellness shop and cafe in Claremont, held a free CBD workshop Tuesday night to shed light on the compound that is taking the wellness industry by storm.
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Around a hundred people came out to the Claremont Village for another weekly Friday Nights Live concert May 10 to hears bands that performed soft rock, jazz and blues.
The Campus Activities Board teamed with the Hope 4 Homeless Youth Campaign and the Church of the Brethren to collect food and clothing, and to raise awareness of homeless college students on Monday at Sneaky Park.
Photographer Mark Ludak showcased his collection of photos titled “Nomad” at a reception Monday in the Carlson Gallery.
At first glance, people would not assume I am Middle Eastern, specifically Palestinian. I always thought my large nose easily gives it away, but my name is the first indicator that I am a Muslim.
Robert Rubin, former secretary of the treasury and president for economic policy and director of the National Economic Council, was the annual Bhutto-Ispahami Lecturer. Rubin shared his predictions for the U.S. economic and political future April 25 in the Campus Center.
Thousands of laughing and smiling guests gathered last weekend to enjoy carnival rides, lots of fried food, live music and a pie eating contest Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the 22nd annual Upland Lemon Festival.
Provost Jonathan Reed, a scholar of religion, early Christianity, and archaeology of ancient Mediterranean and Jewish religion, spoke about what the Bible reveals concerning homosexuality in honor of the month of Gaypril.
Rock `n’ roll and blues echoed through the streets of Old Town La Verne at the Cool Cruise car show, where families showed off their classic cars, Saturday.
The Leopards baseball team continued to establish their dominance with two wins over the Occidental Tigers in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader Saturday at Ben Hines Field.