The smell of cinnamon potpourri filled the air while furry string puppets danced around in the hands of children on Saturday during the Harvest Festival at the Pomona Fairplex.
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Awareness, self esteem and enlightenment are words that University of La Verne senior Jeanette Williams lives by.
Dailey Theatre is traveling back in time to 14th Century France for “Red Noses,” which opened last night and runs through Sunday.
In remembrance of Kristallnacht, Deborah Lipstadt, professor of modern Jewish and holocaust studies at Emory University, shared the story of the capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann, a war criminal responsible for the deaths of millions of Jewish people.
Pastel colored walls, a surfboard, pictures trimmed in bamboo, an overall relaxed environment and tasteful bowls of food are what the new restaurant Bowl of Heaven has to offer.
The DJ spins cumba and meringue music while people dance under the stars in celebration of Dia de los Muertos, a day that remembers the lives of deceased family and friends.
When you walk into Nichols Gallery, your eyes are immediately drawn to a black and white virtual image projected carefully high on the wall with a waterfall streaming down from the eyes of the man in the photo. The striking image on display is part of the current exhibition, “Synthetic Ritual,” at the Nichols Gallery […]
Models sashayed down the pink runaway on Second Street as Ink’d Chronicles hosted its fourth annual Tattoo for the Cure on Oct. 15 in Pomona.
Finger foods and fine wine was the serving choice for the “Bobathon” exhibition at the Southern California Artists Project Gallery during Pomona’s bi-weekly artwalk.
Laughter and music echoed throughout Sneaky Park, bringing faculty, alumni, students and their families together as the College of Business and Public Management hosted their first department barbecue.