The La Verne that its longtime residents grew up in may not look the same in the near future.
Writers Archives: Len Ly
The yin called on the yang in an enthralling twist addressing society’s everlasting struggle to be moral in “The Good Woman of Setzuan” by Bertolt Brecht on Saturday at the Dailey Theatre.
Police departments and other law enforcement agencies from all over California gathered at the Police Expo to offer a day of recruitment opportunities Saturday at the Fairplex in Pomona.
The anti-Republican – or anti-Bush – sentiment nationwide was not strong enough to penetrate the California Gubernatorial election in which Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, as predicted, easily defeated Democratic opponent Phil Angelides on Tuesday.
Children and adults gathered to honor Dia de los Muertos in a celebration that featured an art workshop and an altar display for the departed Saturday at the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center.
No one likes an unfortunate event, but you would not know it from looking at this crowd.
Many performances let the audience ease back into their seats to enjoy the show. Not this one.
The emotional scars war veterans wear are seldom detected because their wounds are commonly bandaged up in silence.
The renovation of the Sports Science Athletic Pavilion is nearing completion with new bleachers and brighter lighting. Complementing the Pavilion, the Frank and Nadine Johnson Family Plaza was also recently completed with its tiered levels and new fountain.
Our grandparents had radio. Our parents had television. In our generation, the blogging revolution is emerging into mainstream America and redefining the media.