Art of Pop, a quarterly celebration of local comic book and pop culture artists, returned Sunday to the Claremont Packing House.
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A celebration of an unlikely victory that took place over 150 years ago brought people together Saturday at the Fairplex’s Cinco de Mayo festival.
The debate team and Gender Sexuality Alliance club came together April 26 to discuss whether the United States has done enough to support transgender people.
A citrus scent lingered through Upland Sunday as street vendors, a farmers’ market and food stands crowded Euclid Avenue to celebrate the annual Lemon Festival.
The La Verne softball team capitalized on walks and timely hits to sweep the Chapman Panthers Saturday at Campus West. The Leopards won 7-2 in game one and 4-3 in game two. The team is now 17-11 overall and 12-4 in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, putting them in second place.
Entrepreneurs Anthony and Rose Duncan organized the Dope Xchange Sneaker Convention Saturday, in an Ontario Warehouse.
In 2016, James Cockrell’s uncle died in a drunk driving crash. Cockrell, who is a 2017 University of La Verne alumnus, honored his uncle’s life by organizing a DUI awareness event last year with the help of his fraternity brothers.
For $2, raw live musical magic can be witnessed at the Folk Music Center.
Eli Feldman, horticulturist and educator, led the workshop “Grow our Future,” on how to cultivate California native plants Saturday at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont.
The spring semester club fair welcomed back the last generation of 1990s kids Monday afternoon in Sneaky Park, with the theme of 1990s cartoons, movies and music of their childhood.