La Verne’s newest sushi restaurant, Shota Sushi and Grill, offers sashimi, sushi and a variety of appetizers in various sizes and styles.
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Associate professor of public administration Soomi Lee spoke to an audience of nearly 30 people about the historical context and public attitudes towards universal basic income in the President’s Dining Room Nov. 20.
More than 200 members of the surrounding Claremont and La Verne communities gathered to protest a picket by the Westboro Baptist Church, an organization known for protesting public events, even funerals, with inflammatory anti-LGBT signs and rhetoric.
Lawyer Rick Richman discussed his book, “Racing Against History: The 1940 Campaign for a Jewish Army to Fight Hitler” Sunday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
After a change of ownership in July, new hours, and a new menu helmed by Executive Chef Arthur Siler III, Pappas Artisanal is ready to dominate D Street.
Nearly 120 people of various faiths came together in celebration of unity Sunday for the 10th annual Interfaith Walk. The walk spanned more than two miles between Claremont and Pomona and took participants through visits to Muslim, Jewish and Christian houses of worship.
The transition to college typically occurs in two ways: the lead up to high school graduation following acceptance and decision, then mid-August when students frantically attempt to navigate all aspects of a new campus.
If the closures of the Covina and Chino Hills Guppy House locations have left a popcorn chicken-sized hole in your heart, Golden Peach Café has arrived to fill it.
Downtown La Verne came alive Saturday night during the inaugural La Verne on tap beer walk.
Alosta, a craft brewing company based in Covina, opened their second brick-and-mortar location last month in downtown La Verne.