Friday’s column has items from all over, leading off with an anecdote from the latest Rolling Stone about Miley Cyrus skydiving in Perris and noshing at Baker’s Drive-Thru. Then we’ve got a Pomona person on CBS’ “48 Hours,” “The Butler” actor Forest Whitaker’s Cal Poly connection, a panel of Inland Empire writers in Claremont and many, many more items.
Sunday’s column has news about yet another David Allen, as well as about a former Chino Valley schools superintendent and various cultural happenings.
Friday’s column rounds up items on “Star Trek Day” at the Fair, a shirt created for a Claremont college president, a local tie-in to Fresh & Easy’s sale and a volunteer at a music school who went above and beyond. And more.
Sunday’s column is a grab-bag of items, starting with one in which we revisit the defunct Raku store, whose sign, improbably, remains up even though a new tenant occupies the space.
Sunday’s column has a variety of local and cultural items, beginning with a tale of two parking tickets.
Sunday’s items column gives you the lowdown on the first local event by Dishcrawl, a walking tour for foodies, as well as presenting cultural and news tidbits of note.
Sunday’s column is nothin’ but items. Hope you like ‘em.
Friday’s column rounds up items, from weird crime (see headline) to local restaurants to Rancho Cucamonga.
Friday’s column recaps one of the sillier stories I’ve heard, involving an ingenious traffic stop in Pomona of a few decades ago. I also have some cinematic news and share a comment from a reader who only now discovered me.
Faced with bullet-pointed items stacking up in my computer, I blow ‘em all out in one swell foop in Friday’s column, perfect for the attention-impaired.