Anxiety and anticipation filled the Observatory’s packed room March 13 as show-goers were eagerly waiting for Crystal Castles to grace the stage with their presence.
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The once-crowded Shrine Hall Expo was becoming less cramped as headliner Reel Big Fish closed the night Sunday at Skanking Reggae Fest.
A hint of panic was in the air as Guantanamo Baywatch bassist Chevelle Wiseman realized her instrument was not working Saturday before she was set to perform at MADE in Long Beach.
Richard Landis, former University chancellor and trustee emeritus, died Feb. 14 in his sleep at the age of 95.
Disheartening images of drought-ridden California land, the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the 2008 Russo-Georgia War shocked the approximately 35 people in attendance for Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson Chávez’s lecture Feb. 18 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
At some point in the night, the crowd’s pushing became almost unbearable and the rowdy crowd surfers offered no relief.
The smell of sweet, homemade vanilla heart-shaped waffles filled the air Feb. 11. as guests entered the serene garden outside of the Pomona College Museum of Art in celebration of its third annual GALentine’s Day event, as a part of the museum’s Art After Hours series.
The La Verne City Council approved an ordinance to increase speed limits on nine streets Tuesday during its semi-monthly meeting.
The University of La Verne College of Law was officially recommended for full accreditation by the American Bar Association, University officials announced Feb. 1.
The University of La Verne College of Law was officially recommended for full accreditation by the American Bar Association, University officials announced Monday.