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Over the last few years, 1999 Harvey Mudd alumna Stacy Levin traveled the circuit of theater industry jobs before finding her calling as an “intimacy director.” To those unfamiliar, an intimacy director or intimacy coordinator advises actors and directors in theater, live performance, television, and film, on best practices to address scenes of intimacy, simulated sex, and nudity safely and effectively. It’s a relatively new vocation.

Our publisher, Peter Weinberger, sat down with Ryan Zimmerman on his podcast “The Claremont Life” to discuss local journalism in Claremont. In the episode, Peter talks about what it’s like […]

The Joslyn Center’s war and existentialism book club meets on the first Friday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m. via Zoom. March’s book of discussion is “The Stranger” by Albert Camus. Pre-registration is required by calling (909) 399-5488.

Friday morning art groups at the Claremont Joslyn Center meet on the center’s patio beginning at 9 a.m.

In the final episode of our creative mindfulness series, Janice explores what happened in her life when she say an ad staying “When EF Hutton Talks, People Listen”. We hope […]

Today’s episode was published in the Courier last month as a featured article. You can view that article here but I implore you to listen on how Janice, herself, reads […]

The public is invited to Inter Valley Health Plan’s virtual course, Oh, My Achin’ Bones, online at noon. “Join this discussion on the different types of arthritis, causes, and treatments as well as how to live easier with these painful conditions,” the event’s description read. To register, visit ivhp.com/vitality.

Hello and welcome. This is Janice Hoffmann for the Claremont Courier, and thanks for taking a short break from your busy day to smile, as you listen to the next installment […]

The exhibition, on display from February 10 until June 25, is said to be the result of a unique partnership between Hiroshima City University and Pomona College.

Claremont Unified School District students are reminded that today is the deadline to submit their essay entry for the 32nd annual making change contest, which offers students an opportunity “to honor and remember all that these advocates of social change have done to transform our world for the better,” City Manager Adam Pirrie wrote in a news brief.

The first Claremont Art Walk of 2022 will take place Saturday, February 5, from 6 to 9 p.m. Various artists will be showcasing their works across Claremont and its businesses, […]

“Mindfulness is looking at the present moment from a perspective other than your first instinct, without judgment, without rancor. Creative means you get to braid some story strands.” This week, […]

Hello and welcome to a moment to reflect about being on time. Whether you are one of those people who is always on time, or one of those people who is […]

Join Inter Valley Health Plan’s Friday Fitness course, held virtually every Friday at 10 a.m., to get some movement in your week. Attendees learn a new exercise every month and the classes are free for all to enjoy.

Hello and welcome. This is Janice Hoffmann for the Claremont Courier, and thanks for taking a short break from your busy day to smile as you listen to the next installment […]

Friday morning art groups are still taking place at the Claremont Joslyn Center from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Artists are invited to bring their current works in-progress or create new ones at the center. Regardless of vaccine status, all attendees must wear masks.

The second virtual stakeholder’s focus group meeting of Claremont will be held on Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. via Zoom. The link for the meeting can be found on the city’s website.