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Bill Neill traveled the world to share with us its treasures.
Bill Neill traveled the world, filming its many treasures, but La Verne was always his home and his favorite subject to the end. The gifted filmmaker died on Saturday Nov. 12 of pancreatic cancer. He was 82. Trained as a teacher at what was then La Verne College, he was naturally curious, with few things […]
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Forget about the results of the national election, there’s more important business at hand. We all need to rejoice over the passage of Measure M, which won with a whopping 70 percent of the vote (okay, 69.82%). At the macro-level, it could create more than 450,000 jobs in the county, fueled by $860 million a […]
La Verne, CA, (November 9, 2016) – Surrounded by family, friends, coaches and teachers in the Travers-Cronin Athletic Center, four Damien High School student athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Zach Shinnick, Isaiah Paige, Kalani Matton and Harrison Spohn signed their letters on National Signing Day, […]
Galen and Doris Beery, who were killed in an automobile accident on Oct. 11, were eulogized at a Saturday memorial service at La Verne’s Church of the Brethren on Oct. 29. Doris’ daughter Tonya Tyler shared how Galen had covered the couple’s bedroom ceiling with a depiction of the Milky Way galaxy as a tribute […]
I have always loved pools, and the deeper and darker the better. I search them out on every vacation. For instance, when traveling to Mammoth, I seek out the many hot springs that bubble and gurgle near the tiny Mammoth airport. Immersing myself in their thermal waters while wistfully gazing out to the saw-tooth formations […]
Outside of Napoleon and Charlemagne, the French may not make the best fighters or warriors, but as far as their passion for art and architecture goes, they are nonpareil. In particular, three French architectural styles have dramatically influenced the art and science of designing and developing buildings, both private and public, here in the United […]
    Excuse the bad pun, but The Corner Butcher, owned and operated by John and Will Fuelling, has been killing it lately, drawing more fans to their establishment with their daily specials, like carne asada tacos and a beer for $6, buy one prime ribeye steak and get one free, and their bring a […]
Well, folks, yet another year is soon coming to an end.   Which means another year in Sports is coming to an end.   Let’s see if we can combine the two and create some entertainment for ourselves….ok? First; baseball.   The bearded Boston Red-Sox became the hairiest team to ever win the World Series, and the hairiest […]
You’ve got to hand it 14-year-old Denae Hollar. That’s because she handed out 30 beautiful hand-crafted tie blankets to those in need of something warm and fuzzy at the sixth annual Sowing Seeds for Life “Christmas in the Park” toy giveaway and food pantry held on Saturday, Dec. 14, at Ganesha Park in Pomona. Credit […]
A few days ago it was the 50th anniversary (“anniversary” seems like an oddly inappropriate word for such a thing, doesn’t it?) of President Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas? Say it out loud. Fifty years. Fifty years. Fifty years! Gives you goose bumps. But it doesn’t make it any easier to get your mind around it. […]