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Food Court: Casa del Rey finds success despite obstacles

Alex Forbess Food Editor With challenges like employee training, resource management and developing a strong clientele, it looked difficult to survive in the restaurant business. One shot is all that it takes to have a family-owned restaurant survive or become another failed American Dream. “Family businesses just suck,” said Art Rey, owner of Casa del Rey in San Dimas. Yet Casa del Rey has not... 

San Dimas rodeo wrangles locals

San Dimas rodeo wrangles locals
The San Dimas Sheriff’s Skydiving Team drops from the skies to kick off the 2012 San Dimas Rodeo, bearing colored smoke and the American flag. The jump was followed by a rodeo competition, including bucking broncos, steer wrestling, and barrel racing. This is the rodeo’s 18th year. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Monique Millian Staff Writer The San Dimas Western Days Rodeo brought families together... 

Following the little white rabbit

Following the little white rabbit
Braelyn, a 2-year-old resident of San Dimas whose parents would not give her last name, participated in the Toddler Section of the Spring Egg Hunt at the annual San Dimas Family Festival on March 31 at San Dimas Civic Center Park. Along with the egg hunt, participants visited Critter Corner and vendor booths as well as enjoyed a bounce house, face painting, cultural history and the Sonrise Christian... 

Color Me Mine fires up creativity

Color Me Mine fires up creativity
Grace, a resident of San Dimas whose mother would not give her last name, makes gifts for her family at Color Me Mine, a “paint-your-own” pottery studio. Located on Arrow Highway in San Dimas, Color Me Mine offers special days and activities for its customers, such as Ladies’ Night, Date Night, PJ Night and Mommy & Me days. The studio also holds birthday parties. / photo by Christian Uriarte Cindy... 

California gets old-fashioned look

California gets old-fashioned look
Artist Tom Oliver discusses the subjects in his paintings with gallery visitor Nancy Curtis. Oliver, a graduate of Cal Poly Pomona, hosted his first exhibition at the Arts Colony in Pomona. The historic Walker House, located in San Dimas, was completed in 1887 and is home to the San Dimas Historical Society and the San Dimas Festival of Arts. / photo by Christian Uriate Mariela Patron Staff Writer People... 

Plein Air Painters at 2nd Story

Plein Air Painters at 2nd Story
Featured artist Richard Myers (left) talks to Mayor of San Dimas, Curtis Morris this past weekend at 2nd Story Gallery in San Dimas. Although Myers was exhibiting paintings at 2nd Story, he is also an accomplished sculptor. In 2006 Myers dedicated a sculpture to the San Dimas Sheriff’s Station. The sculpture shows two deputies and children standing around the Station’s flagpole respecting the flag... 

Collection pieces together mixed art

Christina Collins Burton Arts Editor With careful hands and creative minds, the artwork of stained glass and quilting artists was featured in the Walker House’s Second Story Gallery. One piece that captured guest’s attention was a small glass square decorated with bright red roses that bloomed in each corner. “The piece took about a week and a lot of hours,” said stained glass artist Robert... 

Dessert Shoppe is a sweet haven

Dessert Shoppe is a sweet haven
Sydney and Xenia Train, owners of The Dessert Shoppe in San Dimas, opened the doors to their bakery in August. After many years of baking wedding cakes and other desserts for close friends and family, the Trains decided to open up their own commercial bakery. The Dessert Shoppe offers a wide variety of products for any occasion and all items are baked in the store. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes Erin... 

San Dimas celebrates 50th anniversary

San Dimas celebrates 50th anniversary
Drivers exiting the 57 Freeway south at Arrow Highway come across the entrance to San Dimas and its connection to the old west. This year San Dimas celebrated its 50th year as an incorporated city with a series of events based on the theme, “ Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure.” The next event in the celebration is the Ed Jones Memorial Golf Tournament at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course. All the... 
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Federal stimulus reinvests in roadways

Federal stimulus reinvests in roadways
Road work can be seen along San Dimas Avenue, south of the 210 Freeway at the cross section of Allen Avenue in San Dimas. The City of San Dimas is among several local recipients of grants from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Other recipients include the Bonita Unified School District and the University of La Verne. / photo by Christopher Guzman  Read More →
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