Coffee and chicken wings might meet the criteria of appearing on a sign for the Crossroads Entertainment Center, but urgent care? Chino Hills must have a different idea of entertainment than the rest of us. For some reason, the complex’s 18-screen movie theater doesn’t rate a mention on the Entertainment Center sign.
This Chino Hills real estate office is not staffed by ordinary mortals, or even ordinary stars. It must be a thrill to get a superstar’s signature on your mortgage paperwork.
This super-secret business seems to be hiding in plain sight. I’d like to say I shot the photo using a miniature camera hidden in my tie, but that wouldn’t be true. Seen at Sixth and Mountain, Ontario.
Why is Alta Loma such a nice-looking community? I’m wondering if it’s not due to extra taxation, as this sign on Archibald Avenue above Base Line seems to indicate. (It’s actually a tax preparer’s office.)
Spotted on northbound Dudley Street at Arroyo Avenue, Pomona. I not only stopped anyway, I pulled around the corner, parked, walked back and took a photo.
Reader Mike Hames offers a tourist tip: “If you are ever in Shell Beach (just north of Pismo Beach), you might want to see the ‘reasonable rat’ at this motel.” Sounds good. If you’re going to meet a rodent, might as well be a sensible one.
If you want to live in a development named College Park, you have your choice of Chino, above, and Upland, below. The former is near a Chaffey College campus while the latter is near the Claremont Colleges.
This epicurean epigram is painted inside Classy Cafe in Rancho Cucamonga.
On Foothill Boulevard just east of Towne Avenue in Claremont, some agency, rather than replace the faded sign pointing to the 10 Freeway, simply posted a nice new one several feet behind the old one. I guess sign removal must be done by a different agency.
This Humane Society message about “cohabitation” is an attention-getter — which is the idea, of course — but upon closer inspection, the message is only wild in a strictly literal sense: “Cohabitation, it’s a two way street. Learn how to live with wildlife.” Seen in Montclair.