“Please silence all cell phones. Violators will be drawn and quartered,” the illuminated PowerPoint screen read at my church Sunday morning.
Writers Archives: Nicole Knight
Hispanic, Irish, Japanese, African-American, American Indian, Caucasian – everyone has had to pick one or any of the other 20 options before in their lifetime. SATs, college applications and even MySpace provide check boxes to give us a label. Ethnicity is, and will probably always be, a complex and touchy issue.
Despite the fact that the fine was increased a year-and-a-half ago, University of La Verne Wilson Library’s overdue book fine – $1 per book, per day is still hard for some students to swallow.
Human error is to blame for an apparent miscalculation, or under-withholding, of the State Disability Insurance tax on University of La Verne employee paychecks for all of 2006.
Milk, pumpkin pie, paper towels, oranges and batteries mosey down the conveyor belt in the checkout line at Albertsons. Like in a sort of trance, all the shoppers are staring upward.
Family, friends, a college education and the blessing of life were just a few of the thanksgivings La Verne community members shared at LVTV’s “What I Have to Be Thankful For” program on Nov. 15.
Beaming rays of sunlight reflected off the tan interior of my ’99 Nissan Altima and illuminated the mileage dial on the dashboard last week as I cruised past Garey Avenue on the 10 Freeway.
Harry Potter, sodium chloride, bats, Jamie Foxx, In-N-Out, the most popular state bird and much more were randomly combined Nov. 8 in the 17th annual Trivia Bee, sponsored by the Pomona Public Library Literacy Service.
Scandal, corruption, controversial propositions, vicious campaigns and recounts are enough to worry about during any election. However, during this 2006 midterm election, technology swooped in to add another layer of drama.
Warm, aromatic coffee penetrates the air combining with the stale, ink smell of a fresh newspaper as the loyal reader opens this Sunday’s latest edition.