We, the current and active members of the Inland Valley Working Group for Mideast Peace, express our deepest condolences to the family of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh upon her recent sudden and tragic demise during an Israeli military action in the Jenin refugee camp.
Each year of my life I continue to expand, and I’m not talking about my hips. Although they’ve expanded, too but only a little. My mind, body and spirit consciousness have expanded a lot more.
by Peter Weinberger | email@example.com In some respects, I’m still trying to process exactly what happened. What could have been seen as a positive move for Claremont in hiring Jim […]
Max, our four-year-old, long-haired, miniature dachshund rules the roost. It was love at first sight when I found him four years ago on a website up in Prunedale a suburb of Salinas not far from Carmel.
Since December, U.S. long-term interest rates have marched steadily upward, the result of a strong economy and Federal Reserve monetary tightening to combat inflation.
Don’t say I didn’t say so. In about five years, there will be a store in Upland. Or Pomona. Or Ontario. Just not in Claremont. But it will be called the Claremont Green Stop.
As a second-year student at Pomona College, over half of my “college experience” took place in the vicinity of the room I grew up in, staring endlessly at computer screens while aimlessly taking my first college classes during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A lot has happened in the City of Trees since pandemic restrictions have been relaxed, as all of us attempt to get back to some sort of normal. Our world screeched to a halt and we are still feeling the effects.
Adulting can be hard, even at 65. I find myself in the midst of parenting without any experience and, to make it more treacherous, I’m parenting my 89-year-old mother.
by Andrew Alonzo | firstname.lastname@example.org Climate change has been a hot topic for so long now, that the majority of Americans recognize the need to lower our carbon footprint. While […]
By John Pixley Beatrice Casagran was jumping up and down. Literally. There she was, on stage, jumping up and down, jumping for joy. She was thrilled, estactic, to be inviting […]
by Mick Rhodes | email@example.com There are so many things I took for granted when I was young: that my family would be there, school was a refuge and source […]
When the city council concluded the redistricting process last Tuesday by adopting map 203, the decision likely disappointed many Claremont residents who hoped for a more radical reshaping of Claremont’s council districts.