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Restaurant Review: Klatch offers more than just coffee

Samantha Sincock Arts Editor/Editorial Director Rancho Cucamonga is a town east of Los Angeles who, before the Victoria Gardens, had scarcely been heard of throughout the Southern California area. But in that city, there is a local treasure that will have coffee lovers everywhere rushing to this caffeine hot spot. Located in the oldest winery in California, the Coffee Klatch provides a relaxing and... 

Sunday freshness at the Claremont farmers market

Sunday freshness at the Claremont farmers market
Five dollars on any given Sunday could buy a mixed bouquet at the Sunday Farmers and Artisans Market in Claremont. Vendors sell fresh local and organic produce, plants, flowers and cheeses, gifts and jewelry, some of it made by local craftspeople. The Sunday Farmers and Artisans market sponsored by The Claremont Forum, is open Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Second Street and Indian Hill Boulevard.... 

Los Angeles County Fair is a local paradise

Los Angeles County Fair is a local paradise
It was 96 degrees at the L.A. County Fair on Saturday. Many people simply stayed in the air-conditioned marketplaces while others were more interested in buying something bizarre like deep fried White Castle burgers or deep fried Spam with pineapples from Chicken Charles Broasted Chicken. Some other sights included mechanical bull riding at Big Bubba’s Bad BBQ, performances from Radio Disney, and... 

Neidleman presses for citizenship

Aisha Gonzalez Staff Writer Jason Neidleman, associate professor of political science, gave a lecture on citizenship to students in the doctoral program Saturday in La Fetra Hall. Neidleman’s lecture, “We Are All Idiots,” drew from his book “General Will is Citizenship: Inquiries into French Political Thought,” published in 2000. Using his research on Jean Jacques Rousseau, a political philosopher... 

Artwork straight from the heart

Artwork straight from the heart
The ‘Psychic Hearts’ exhibit in the Harris Gallery evokes emotion. Al Clark, associate vice president for academic affairs, leads a discussion with his Honors Colloquium class while viewing “Runaways (From the River),” painted in 2008 by Angela Dufresne. The first Harris Gallery opening for the year, which began on Tuesday, brought together four artists in the exhibition “Psychic... 
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