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Scripps College graduate and Magna Cum Laude Samantha Cain Bloomfield excitedly shows all, and the Scripps College cameraman, her diploma case after her name was called during the 92nd annual Scripps College commencement. The Encino, California native graduated with honors with a B.A. in philosophy. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

Jamboree Housing Corporation Chief Development Officer Michael Massie, led a question and answer session last Thursday about the company’s proposed new project in Claremont called Larkin Place. This was the second time Jamboree officials have come to Claremont to discuss the project which would be affordable housing for formerly homeless people. Jamboree has scheduled four more meetings. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

by Steven Felschundneff | The first project proposed under the city’s ambitious Village South Specific Plan is coming into clearer focus with the official unveiling of the final phase […]

On the weekdays, there seem to be few issues with parking across much of the Claremont Village. But come Friday afternoon, and into the busy weekend of commerce for downtown, it seems almost impossible to find a place to park in a timely fashion — especially on the eastern side of the Village. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

Friday, May 20: Every Friday at 9 a.m., an art group meets at the Claremont Joslyn Center.

On Saturday, June 4 The University of La Verne hosts “Tommy and the Brothers,” a new show about Irish folk music titans the Clancy Brothers’ and Tommy Makem’s rise to worldwide fame in Greenwich Village at the vanguard of the American folk revival of the 1960s.

COURIER reporter and columnist Mick Rhodes’ three-part series “Gaming the System” was named both the best public journalism story and best investigative reporting in the state of California for 2021 […]

A Grand Opening celebration will unveil the two new galleries on Saturday, May 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. Everyone is invited to explore the new spaces and enjoy a glass of wine with festive appetizers on the Depot Plaza while listening to “Vintage Music” presented in loving memory of David Reisman. The exhibition will remain on view through September 25, 2022.

by Steven Felschundneff | Bright and somewhat early Monday morning, the Claremont community got a chance to hear from Kathryn Barger, our new representative on the Los Angeles County […]

Tuesday night felt like that ’70s tune “Anticipation,” as the city finally revealed how it intends to spend Claremont’s federal stimulus dollars. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff

Friday, May 13: The Democratic Club of Claremont will resume in-person monthly luncheons starting today at Eddie’s Italian Eatery.

It feels like blasphemy to hear Robbie Fulks say he doesn’t necessarily enjoy writing songs. After all, the longtime Chicago- but now Los Angeles-based, Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and guitarist — who will be in Claremont for a Saturday, May 21 show at the Folk Music Center. Photo by Andy Goodwin

On Thursday, May 5, students across the various Claremont College campuses came together to make signs and march in solidarity for abortion rights after a court opinion, allegedly authored by conservative Justice Samuel Alito, was leaked on Monday. COURIER photo/Andrew Alonzo

After a two- year hiatus, the new and improved L.A. County Fair 2022 is open in the spring from May 5-30 to avoid the heat in the late summer. And 2022 is a big year because it’s the fair’s 100th anniversary with a theme Back to our Roots. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

aced with chronic drought conditions, dwindling supplies and a less that stellar snowpack, the Metropolitan Water District declared a water emergency last week, requiring all agencies served by the State Water District to cut usage dramatically. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff