Newsom seeks to counter Trump as he makes world stage debut in El Salvador

Newsom seeks to counter Trump as he makes world stage debut in El Salvador

April 8, 2019, 2:50 pm
Los Angeles Times
Jack Pitney, a professor of politics at Claremont McKenna College, said the trip helps Newsom bolster his standing among progressives in the Democratic Party, who are sympathetic to the plight of immigrants and hostile to Trump. “If he thinks he wants to ...
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  • In Memoriam - Chris Darrow 1944 – 2020
    Claremont.Today

    Chris Darrow 1944-2020

    Claremont, CA.

    We are saddened by the passing of our friend, Chris Darrow.

    Chris Darrow, a bigger-than-life, Claremont legend, passed suddenly this week. A brilliant musician, he played anything with strings and played beautifully. He was a monster with a slide-guitar. He was a songwriter and singer.  His rendition of “Martians at the Window”  has been on my playlists for 30 years

     And he was a record producer. I had the good fortune to work alongside Chris on several album projects and he was simply the best music producer I’ve worked with in my 40 plus year studio career.

    I remember his dictum as a record producer with the groups he was about to record.  We play the new material three times. Once to learn it, once to rehearse it, once to record it. Performance, not perfection was the goal, although it was usually “perfect.” Chris was a musicians musician.  

    I remember the Pinetop Perkins sessions with Chris at the old Indian Hill Recording studios in Claremont.  Chris had assembled a stellar group of musicians (as usual), and old Pinetop sat at the studio’s “Big White” Yamaha grand and belted out the tune to a control room Chris had packed with the “right” audience to get Pinetop into a groove.  It worked.  Pinetop saw the crowd, muscled the big grand around so that he could face the control room audience directly.  And he gave the performance of a lifetime.

    I remember a young Ben Harper coming into the studio and quietly watching Chris at work, crafting an arrangement with the assembled musicians, doing his magic. We all learned from Chris. Up-and-comers and pros’ alike.

     Chris was also a gifted photographer of people. He’d disappear in a crowd of people with his Nikon, and unobserved, get candid, remarkable photos. 

    Chris came from an artistic family. His brother Eric is a widely known and exhibited ceramicist, well known in Claremont for his Christmastime pottery sales.  Chris’s father, Paul, who passed away in November, was also a renowned artist; a painter remembered in Claremont for his weekly “cartoon” published in the Claremont Courier for many years. Paul was also a teacher at the Claremont Colleges.

    He had a profound effect on many lives. The music world will remember him as the great talent that he was. There are many “Chris Darrow” stories out there.   I hope to hear them all.

    And in Claremont, Chris’s passing marks another loss to the fading bohemian soul of this city.  The great Claremont watercolorists, ceramicists, musicians, sculptors and muralists that called Claremont home for many decades following WWII are leaving us.

    Rest in Peace, Chris.

    Terrance Dwyer
    Owner – Mixers Sound
    Publisher – Claremont.Today

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  • KEZJ
    While in graduate school in Claremont, Darrow met Chris Hillman ... "The number of musicians he supported, inspired and helped launch made him a godfather of California’s country rock of the late '60s," shared Everloving Records in a statement (quote via Saving Country Music). The label had worked with Darrow on a re-issue of his 1973 ...
  • Orange County Register
    Political science professor Jack Pitney, of Claremont McKenna College, doesn’t believe the Women’s Marches have had much direct influence on public opinion. “Demonstrations almost never do,” he said. “Even during the Vietnam War, the demonstrations were almost more unpopular than the war itself. It was the casualties that got us out ...
  • Mercury News
    Despite his absence at this week’s Democratic debate, Yang declared that “this campaign has been growing while other campaigns have been dropping out.”
  • Taste of Country
    No cause of death has been released yet. Darrow was born in South Dakota in 1944, but grew up in the Southern California suburb of Claremont, where he first honed an interest in folk and bluegrass music. He formed the Dry City Scat Band in 1964 while pursuing college and graduate school, and during this time became acquainted with Chris Hillman ...
  • Sports Illustrated
    Last season, the Cowboys and Cowgirls made the trip to Riverside and both came away with victories over California Baptist. The Cowboys beat CBU 163.50-136.50 ... record of 3-2 this season with their wins coming over Pomana-Pitzer, Incarnate Word and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. On the women’s side, the Lancers are coming off a season in which ...
  • Highland Community News
    Von Wolffersdorff studied art at Claremont Graduate School under many accomplished artists ... Von Wolffersdorff’s work has been shown in numerous galleries, art museums and exhibition spaces throughout California. Most recently she was in a group exhibition at the Riverside Art Museum (2014-15) titled “Creative Expression: A Lifelong ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Also, Barons Market is hosting another charity Backroom Beer Pairing and there’s a new eatery is coming to Ontario International Airport.
  • United States Navy
    A ceremony celebrating his long career was held Jan. 16 in Camarillo, California. Smiley graduated from Howard University in Washington, D.C. with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1970. He went on to complete a Master’s in Business Administration with Pepperdine University in 1976 and earned a doctorate from the Claremont ...
  • Times Union
    When Erika Hagberg started Washington and Lee University, she thought she might want to be a doctor but quickly discarded that idea. She took journalism classes, business classes, music theory, history,
  • Digital Journal
    and an out-licensed Phase 2 program, to Synspira, for the potential treatment of pulmonary complications of cystic fibrosis. Synedgen has research and manufacturing facilities in Claremont, California. For more information please visit www.synedgen.com.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Glendora 51, Claremont 35: Jorday Holmes scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Tartans to a victory over host Claremont in a Palomares League game on Tuesday. The victory keeps Glendora one game behind Bonita in the race for the league title. Glendora took command against Claremont by opening up a 29-17 lead at halftime. “It’s always ...
  • Associated Press on MSN.com
    A mist of fuel dumped by an airliner with an engine problem as it made an emergency return to Los Angeles International Airport fell on several schools Tuesday, causing minor skin and lung irritation to 56 children and adults,
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Claremont Young Musicians Orchestra, conducted by Juan Felipe Molano, will present its season-opening concert 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19, in Bridges Hall of Music in Claremont. Guest soloist will be James Miller,
  • MLB
    Robertson is a 1998 honors graduate of Scripps College in Claremont, California. She received her law degree in 2003 from University of Washington School of Law, where she was Executive Articles Editor for the Washington Law Review. During law school, Robertson served as an extern for Judge Marsha Pechman in the U.S. District Court for the ...
  • The Business Journals
    As the newly appointed general manager of Fairmont Orchid on Hawaii Island, Charles Head brings more than 30 years of experience to the role, dating back to a restaurant job he held in college. It wasn’t long before he realized that he was more passionate about his work in restaurants than he was about his studies.
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    A section of a neighborhood in Claremont was evacuated for a few hours on Monday afternoon after reports of potential explosives in the area. Deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 2400 block of San Mateo Court just after 1 p.m., according to Deputy Michelle Sanchez. The Claremont Police Department ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    “The Inland Empire will matter,” Jack Pitney, a professor of politics at Claremont McKenna College, said via email. “It’s no exaggeration to say that (the Inland Empire and Central Valley) could determine the winner of the California primaries,” Karthick Ramakrishnan, a UC Riverside political science and public policy ...