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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The Bowl House, the beloved affordable mostly take-out Asian restaurant adjacent to the La Verne campus, has taken advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to remodel the inside of the restaurant.
Patricia Taylor, associate professor of education, shared her career journey via the concept of planting seeds on Tuesday at her talk titled “With seeds in my hair: the journey, the destination, and steps along the way” via Zoom.
American art theorist and author Amelia Jones joined the Female Frame photography class Monday to discuss her book “Seeing Differently.”
Marcia Godwin, professor of public administration, discussed Congressional districts that flipped in 2020, shifts in voting trends, and the media’s role in the outcomes, with 31 Zoom participants on Tuesday.
The Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement was awarded a Community Design Award from the city of La Verne for the architecture and structure design of the building.
The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and UCLA hosted their weekly lunchtime art talk, “Made in L.A. 2020,” to 74 participants via Zoom Feb. 3, featuring the work of painter Jill Mulleady.
Homeowners have decorated their houses and yards with holiday lights on Thoroughbred Street, Jennet Street, and Turquoise Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga.
Two of the University of La Verne’s regional campuses will close as part of the University’s cost-cutting measures, university officials announced earlier this month.
Grace Xia Zhao performs “Summerland (Three Visions)” by William Grant Still during her faculty lecture Tuesday via Zoom.