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Inland Empire Weekly
The 7 Day Stretch
Why limit yourself to enjoying the Pomona College Museum of Art during the daytime when you can get a more intimate and exciting experience after hours? Current exhibitions on view will be extended for you to gaze at, while you can attend a zine workshop with Bridgetown DIY at 8p.m. There will be live music co-sponsored by SPC, featuring Little ... (more)
8 hrs ago
The Jewish Journal
AJR-CA dedicates new campus
With Chanukah marking the rededication of the holy temple in Jerusalem after the Maccabees' defeat of Judea's Seleucid rulers more than 2,000 years ago, the week of the holiday turned out to be the perfect time for the Academy of Jewish Religion, California to celebrate the opening of its new campus in Koreatown.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Smallest bookworms find a remodeled library ready for the holidays
Claremont's littlest bookworms have found home just in time for the holidays with the recent reopening of the Claremont Public Library's children's section.
Thieves pick up the pace for stealing goods from shoppers
As Claremont residents take to the malls and local businesses this holiday season, burglars are doing their fair share of holiday shopping as well.
Real Clear Politics
China's Reforms May Be All Talk
CLAREMONT, California-As U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visits Asia amid growing tensions between Beijing and Tokyo, another possibly more important development in underway in China.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Claremont streets to get facelift over the holidays
As part of the project, the city's contractor will remove and replace deteriorated asphalt on Garey Avenue, north of Amherst; Oak Hollow Road; College Avenue at Bonita Avenue; Bonita Avenue, west of College Avenue; San Jose Avenue at four locations east of College Avenue; Sumner Avenue, north of Lane Court; and Base Line Road at Towne Avenue.
Tracy Beasom, a resident of Claremont since 1955, died peacefully at home on November 28, 2013 with her husband by her side.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Celebrate the holiday spirit at Claremont's city tree-lighting
The city of Claremont kicks off the holiday season on Friday, December 6 with the yearly Holiday Promenade and Tree Lighting Ceremony, taking place in the Claremont Village.
Claremont Library to host Book Lovers Book Sale
The holidays will be upon us shortly, and the Friends of the Claremont Library will provide an ample opportunity to find perfect, distinctive books that will delight each person on your gift list.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
'Santa' Arrested at Walmart
In the Santa suit was Karl Hilgert, of Claremont, Calif., who came with his own snowy white beard and a desire to protest what he claimed are unfair working conditions for Walmart employees.
Santa arrested for civil disobedience for peacefully protesting near Walmart
In the Sacramento area, the suburban town of Roseville saw workers picketing on Black Friday , according to the news article, Protesters to Picket Walmart on Black Friday , and in another California city, Claremont, yesterday, on Black Friday, police arrested a man dressed as Santa at a protest against Walmart in California.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Group stages Black Friday Wal-Mart protest
A labor group and supporters used the Black Friday shopping period for a Southern California demonstration over wages and working conditions at Wal-Mart, leading to arrests of 10 people who sat down in an intersection and waited to be taken away by police.
New Book Tells the Story of Tragic 2006 Esperanza Fire
I am horrified by the reddened, smokey sky above the San Jacinto mountains, as I passed by the dinosaurs at Cabazon.
Whittier Daily News
Walmart workers protest wages, benefits at Ontario store
Walmart protester Karl Hilgert hands Ontario police department Sgt. Pat Birkett a candy cane as Hilgert is read his rights before being arrested for failure to disperse after sitting down with nine other protesters in the middle of the intersection at 5th and Mountain Avenues in Ontario on Friday morning.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Redlands Daily Facts
Violinist Christina, cellist Seana Thompson play Celtic and American...
Nearly fifty members and guests of The Spinet enjoyed an evening of acoustic Celtic and American folk music when they met Nov. 19 at the home of Larry and Barbara Wormser in Redlands.
Man, 22, Uses 'Stun Gun' To Rob Woman At Claremont Hotel
According to authorities, McCullough reportedly approached a woman at her room at The Claremont Lodge, 736 S. Indian Hill Boulevard, around 7:35 p.m. Wednesday and stole cash and a cell phone.
San Bernardino County Sun
Inland Empire restaurant scene continues to change; Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf offers great deal
The two-time Food Network “Cupcake Wars”-winning bakery will open its new location on Sunday at 11920 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite 130.
China Digital Times
Tiananmen Attack Claim Fails to Resolve Terrorism Debate
Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said ETIM and the organization that released the speech are the same group, which had revealed its true terror intent.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
View on a clear (and warm) day
One thing is clear, the cooler days and nights help make for some spendid views of the Southland from many far away places.