Here comes the best meteor shower of the year: How and when to watch the Perseids

Here comes the best meteor shower of the year: How and when to watch the Perseids

August 10, 2019, 5:06 am
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Gold Line foothill extension receives $126 million — enough to complete the line to Pomona Mountain lion makes rare crossing of the 405 freeway Building Gold Line to Pomona, maybe Claremont and Montclair, depends on San Gabriel Valley cities giving up ...
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  • Finger Lakes Times
    Out of the 64 programs that began the same quest three weeks ago, the battle-hardened four that remain are California’s Pomona-Pitzer ... The Sagehens’ home base is Claremont, Calif., where they have been for several decades. Pomona-Pitzer enters the final four for the first time in program history, sporting a 20-1-2 record with 63 goals.
  • Roll Call
    The report authors include academics from Harvard University, Yale University, Claremont McKenna College, University of California Berkeley and Georgetown University who once served on the advisory committee. An EPA spokesperson said the Trump administration is “committed to providing regulatory certainty by transparently and accurately ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Jack Pitney, professor of political science at Claremont McKenna College, said Hunter lacks the following of those figures. “There isn’t much in it for Trump,” Pitney said. “He wouldn’t stand to benefit because Hunter doesn’t have constituency outside of California, and Trump doesn’t care about California anyway.” He added that ...
  • Finanzen
    Jay Conger is currently a senior research scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations, as well as the Henry Kravis Chaired Professor of Leadership Studies at Claremont McKenna College in Los Angeles ... and the University of Southern California. "It is an honor to present Jay with the BPI Lifetime Achievement award because he has ...
  • San Francisco Chronicle
    But are endorsements important in a high-profile race? “Endorsements can make a difference when you’re running for judge, because voters might not know who the candidates are,” said Jack Pitney, professor of politics at Claremont McKenna College in Southern California. “For president, it’s different.” They can still help ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    “It’s a player awards; they did all the work,” Nunemaker wrote on his Twitter account. It appears that Los Altos might be the only team that might give Flintridge Prep a test at the Bonita/Claremont girls basketball tournament. The Conquerors had no trouble defeating Rialto 70-10 at Claremont High School in pool play action. Danielle ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Los Altos 70, Rialto 10: The Conquerors had little trouble in throttling the Knights in pool play action at Claremont High School. Danielle Pineda led all scorers in the scoresheet with 18 points, and Madelyn Roel added 14 points with nine rebounds and eight assists. Walnut 46, Chino Hills 44: Elle Yick scored the winning basket in the final ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    In addition to her work in the theater and in education, Larson served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand, where she was a teacher collaborator and community facilitator, as well as the artistic director of the Thai Youth Theater Festival. Larson recently moved to Claremont, where she just purchased her first home.
  • New York Times
    I spoke to Kerri Dean, a Ph.D. candidate at Claremont Graduate University whose research focuses on the cultural ... But as Alison Gopnik, a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, suggested to me recently, learning the truth may not diminish children’s feeling of magic as much as many parents fear.
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    CLAREMONT — A man described as a transient was arrested after allegedly attacking and injuring a police officer Tuesday morning in Claremont. Officers were dispatched about 8:45 a.m. to the 500 block of West First Street to investigate a report of a suspicious transient, according to Claremont Police Department Lt. Karlan Bennett. An officer ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    At the end of the night, it was clear the Rebels had all of the correct answers. In one of its more dominant performances of the season, Flintridge Prep (5-1) easily dispatched the host Bearcats 66-33 in pool-play action at the Bonita/Claremont Tournament. It was evident that Flintridge Prep was the better team. The Rebels outscored Bonita 48 ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Bowens had an interception return (98 yards) for a touchdown, five tackles, two pass breakups and one quarterback hurry. • The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s basketball team in general, and forwards Kate Parrish and Lindsey Cleary in particular. The Athenas set the school record for most points in a women’s basketball game with their 104 ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Backs: Braden Lynch, Alta Loma, Sr. Backs: Logan Moran, Claremont, Sr. Tight End: AJ Salgado, Glendora, Sr. Wide Receiver: Jacob Horne, Bonita, Sr. Wide Receiver: Ethan Durham, Bonita, Sr. Wide Receiver: Aalias Williams, Bonita, Sr. Wide Receiver: Ryan Campuzano, Claremont, Jr. Place Kicker: Noah Carlton, Ayala, Sr. Down Lineman: Josh Hixson ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    La, a junior singles player at Claremont, said she played St. Margaret’s Seychelle Balog several years ago, but La quickly noticed Balog’s style of play was much different now. So, La had to come up with a game plan on the fly, and it didn’t take long for her to gain the upper hand on her opponent. La broke Balog’s serve all seven times ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    BIG WINS: Los Altos girls and Maranatha boys basketball open with tourney wins While many believe that Flintridge Prep and host Bonita are the favorites in the Bonita girls basketball tournament this week, keep a close eye on Los Altos, which opened the tournament with a 66-32 win over Claremont. The Conquerors seem to have it all, as Emma ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    While many believe that Flintridge Prep and host Bonita are the favorites in the Bonita girls basketball tournament this week, keep a close eye on Los Altos, who opened the tournament with a 66-32 win over Claremont, which also was its season opener. The Conquerors’ seem to have it all as Emma Magana nailed six three-pointers to finish with ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Belatedly remembering Rancho Cucamonga’s ‘Next Friday’ and John Witherspoon Upland woman met ‘Ernie’ Hemingway David Holmes: From Claremont Colleges to impeachment hearings Redlands man was among crew of WWII submarine USS Grayback, sunk in 1944 and newly found ‘Lassie’ pal Jon Provost returns to childhood home in Pomona for ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Steven Alvarez scored 19 points, Allen Moser and Jacob Maldonado each pumped in 12 points. In other first-round games, Claremont defeated Montebello 52-40 and Adelanto routed Alhambra 73-37 La Mirada 63, Torrance 51: Sophomore center George Ochoa imposed his will on the Tartars as he led all scorers with 20 points with Jalen Reyes contributing ...
  • Miami Herald
    Not long ago, California Senator Kamala Harris was one of the few Democratic candidates for ... the Syrian refugee crisis and the 2016 US presidential campaign. Wilner holds degrees from Claremont McKenna College and Columbia University and is a native of New York City. Francesca Chambers has covered the White House for more than five years ...
  • The Scientist
    “Increased exposure to hot weather with climate change is likely to harm infant health,” write coauthors Alan Barreca, an economist at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Jessamyn Schaller, an economist at Claremont McKenna College, in the study. That’s because early birth is tied to poorer physical and mental health later in lif