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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Claremont-based Inland Valley Repertory Theatre’s Camp IVRT is offering in-person musical theater and choir classes for students ages 7-13, beginning Oct. 4. Mini Camp IVRT classes will combine singing,
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Crossroads Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps formerly incarcerated women, will host a fundraising event 4 p.m. Sept. 25, with Dr. Barbara Ferrer, director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
  • FOX 40 WICZ TV
    Former Claremont Graduate University student leads Maui’s first professional soccer team and pledges to donate water and food resources to those in need during climate emergencies
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Master of Science in Community Medicine is the first degree to be offered in Keck’s new School of Medicine
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    “And we’re next door with cans and glass bottles.” LA’s Music Box Steps: a scenic climb, but leave your piano at home Swift fall of Afghanistan stuns Claremont restaurateur Secret stairs in LA a good fit for urban explorers Nagasaki devastation ...
  • Claremont Courier
    Claremont students are returning to in-person fall classes for the first time since 2019, as we mark the second full academic year COVID-19 has altered time honored back-to-school rituals.
  • BroadwayWorld
    Ophelia's Jump Productions will present Espiritu Flamenco, an evening of exquisite Spanish food and virtuosic Flamenco performance on Friday, October 15, 2021 and Saturday, October 16, under the stars at a private residence in Claremont.
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Nangy Ghafarshad, an Afghani native who tried to help during the U.S. occupation, is in disbelief over how fast the country fell to the Taliban and how its president fled like “a
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Claremont Museum of Art is exhibiting “Look Up,” an immersive artwork by Elizabeth Turk, through Aug. 29. “Look Up” was produced by ET Projects with the residents of Mt. San Antonio Gardens retirement community in Pomona.
  • Claremont Courier
    The virus numbers fell enough to prompt the state of California to open up on June 15 and lift masking ... Still, in some ways things have gone back to business as usual in Claremont. Folks are eating in restaurants, going to movie theaters, and attending ...
  • NBC Los Angeles
    A brush fire was burning Tuesday in Angeles National Forest on a day of extreme heat in Southern California. Mount Baldy Road and the Claremont Wilderness Park were closed due to the Antonio Fire, which spread to brush after a car fire.
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra will have auditions for its 33nd season in September. Musicians ages 8-20 who play string, woodwind, brass or percussion instruments are invited to audition for the Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra,

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