One-of-a-kind art to play, display, watch and munch was featured at the Harvest Festival at the Fairplex in Pomona last weekend.
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The sounds of sopranos, altos, tenors, baritones, a piano and cheers filled Founders Auditorium on Nov. 16 when the music department held the second student recital of the semester.
The distinctive rhythms of Nova Scotia’s four founding cultures assembled together on one stage using drums to show their unique musical heartbeat.
The chance to ride railings, perform olies and other skate tricks drew crowds as a community of young people dressed in skate shoes and jeans came out on Saturday to compete at the Palomares Skate Park in Pomona.
Two-time presidential candidate and consumer advocate Ralph Nader gave a speech for the “Dining for Democracy Speaker Series” on Oct. 25 at the Claremont Colleges in Bridges Auditorium.
Finding that special someone was made easier for people from college age to middle-age when Vondie Lozano, a licensed marriage and family therapist and part-time instructor at ULV, held a lecture titled “Finding Real Love: Trick or Treat,” on Oct. 19.
Comedian Eddie Ifft melted down the house on Wednesday when he took center stage at The Ice House.
The University of La Verne Department of Music hosted a concert featuring the Carnatic Music Music Ensemble, composed of artists Geetha Ramanathan Bennett, an accomplished veena and vocal artist and Mahesh Chidambara, a talented mridangam and ghatam player, on Oct. 6 in Founders Auditorium.
Toastmasters are not people who sell toasters. They are individuals striving to perfect their speech and communication skills while building leadership.
The African-American Student Alliance held their first Welcome Black Barbecue Wednesday in the Mosaic Cultural Institute backyard.