Dr. Mehr also offers weight loss and detox (purification) programs to get you feeling your best.
Despite opening his chiropractic office in La Verne a little more than six years ago, Dr. Afshin Meyer doesn’t look as if he’s aged a day. In fact, wherever you see him around town, which seems to be everywhere these days –- local restaurants, chamber of commerce meetings, the sidelines of a Friday night high school [...]
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An estimated crowd of more than 150,000 book lovers (bibliophiles) wormed their way through alleyways of makeshift book sellers, memorabilia peddlers, band performances and cooking demonstrations while others listened intently to their favorite stars-turned-authors like Carol Burnett and Debbie Reynolds at the 18th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival of the Books, April 20-21. Trumpeter John Barnes [...]
The La Verne classic car show on March 30 dazzled once again, featuring some of the finest vintage automobiles found anywhere. The gathering of gearheads made for a great morning and afternoon of show-and-tell. Here were some of our favorites:
Bart Rockett, Television Host, Comedian, Ventriloquist, Magician, Illusionist and Musician all rolled into one very multi-talented entertainer, headlines the final show of the Cultural Arts Society of La Verne’s2012-13 season.  The show, scheduled for Saturday, April 13, 7 PM, at the   Meeting House at Hillcrest, 2705 Mountain View Drive, La Verne, is family friendly and [...]
Henry David Thoreau said, “If a man loses pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured, or far away.” For La Verne, California-based photographer Christina Albrigo, now 31, it took several years before she could take that step. Although always smitten [...]
Santa Anita Race Park race track in Arcadia, Calif., which opened for its 76th season yesterday, has a storied tradition made famous by thoroughbred champions like Seabiscuit, Round Table, Affirmed, Spectacular Bid and Zenyatta and jockeys like Willie Shoemaker, Johnny Longden and George Woolf, nicknamed “The Iceman,” for sitting chilly in the saddle until the [...]
*Recently, LaVerne Online sat down with C. Bradford Eastland, author of a novel which has been labeled by turns brilliant, breathtaking, both old-fashioned and newfangled, and even (occasionally) oddly experimental.  It’s called WHERE GODS GAMBLE, a tale of American mythology, and was published in 2011 by iUniverse Inc.   Below is the transcript of that interview [...]
OFFICIAL RULES for NPR’s ‘What’s Your Big Idea?’ video contest.     No purchase necessary to enter or win. Must be 13-25 years of age to enter. The “My Big Idea to Change the World” Contest (”Contest”) is designed to give people ages 13 to 25 the chance to explain their Big Idea to Change the World. Your big [...]
The call came from Camera Ready Choirs on a Tuesday afternoon. “Can you sing back-up for Kris Allen on “American Idol” on Thursday?” Within the hour, La Verne’s Michelle Croce was emailed the song, “Vision of Love,” which Allen would be performing, and told to be at a North Hollywood rehearsal site the next morning to [...]
Why is interior designer and store owner Joann Lammens always so damn HAPPY? Sure, Mother’s Day is almost here, and she’s a terrific mom, but PLEASE! Could it be because she is hosting an exclusive Get Happy Spring Party at her store, May 10 through May 12, where she will be featuring Happy Everything pottery, décor [...]