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Horse dies from training injury at Santa Anita track
A 4-year-old filly with one career race on her record died after suffering a training injury at Santa Anita Park, state horse racing officials confirmed. Auntie Mimi died on Thursday, according to the California Horse Racing Board, which listed her injury type as musculoskeletal. According to the industry website Equibase,...
Punk-Inspired Cafe, Rad Coffee, Announces Fourth Location
The DIY joint, helmed by Jade and Rusty Valore, will open in Riverside later this summer according to a post on the brand’s Instagram account.
Pet shelter seeks help during kitten season
Claremont’s Priceless Pets Rescue spent last Saturday as a “cat café.” The fundraiser featured donuts, coffee, and playtime with some friendly, highly energetic felines. By hour’s end, about $360 had been raised and Pepper, a five-month-old light brown tabby, found a new home. The event...
At the California Institution for Men, Dancing Frees Inmates
In California, after a funding drought in the 2000s, arts programs in prisons have been expanding since 2013, with programs in all state facilities since 2017. The trend is part of a nationwide effort to turn away from retribution toward rehabilitation, sometimes through the arts. One example that has succeeded despite conflicting with prison norms about masculinity is Embodied Narrative Healing at the California Institution for Men, a class in dance that a New York Times reporter describes after attending the classes at the Chino, Calif., prison and at another in Lancaster over nearly three years. “Dance has a sense of liberation and agency,” said Amie Dowling, a choreographer and professor at the University of San Francisco with more than 20 years of experience working in prisons. This can be threatening to “systems of control and containment, like prisons,” she said. But the men in Chino did indeed take to dance, which suggests a shift in ideas about which opportunities should be offered to people in prison.
James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library Summer Reading Program Through July 30
The James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library is excited to kick off their 2023 Summer Reading Program: Heroes Assemble! Now through July 30, residents of all ages are invited to join in on various weekly activities, performances, and rewards for reading. How to Participate:. Register on Beanstack to log...
‘No No Girl’ Screening at ESGVJCC
WEST COVINA — “No No Girl” will be screened on Saturday, June 10, at 1 p.m. at the East San Gabriel Valley Japanese Community Center, 1203 W. Puente Ave., West Covina. Q&A with the writer and director, Paul Daisuke Goodman, and cast members will follow the screening.
Curtain rises June 26 on Camp IVRT
Inland Valley Repertory Theatre kicks off its 15th annual Camp IVRT, a musical theatre summer camp for children ages 7 to 13, Monday, June 26, at Claremont Community School of Music, 951 W. Foothill Blvd. The five-week camp, overseen by professional teaching artists and high school aged assistants, will help...
Trader Joe's recalls one of its candles for potential overheating risk
MONROVIA, Calif. - Trader Joe’s announced that it’s recalling one of its candles due to the risk of the jar becoming too hot, potentially causing injuries or damage. The grocery store chain said in a notice posted on Tuesday that its Trader Joe’s Tomato Leaf Scented Candle (SKU# 75090) may crack or break during use because of "the glass jar overheating, causing potential injury and/or damage."
La Puente Live – Summer Concert Series!
Join us every Sunday from 4 to 8 pm as we bring you the most talented bands in town! 🎸🎤. Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes, because we’ll be dancing the night away! 💃🏻✨. Mark your calendars and join us on this incredible opportunity...
Harper Embraces Pitzer
There is always that one friend in the group who is reliable on the AUX. Saul Harper is that friend. His love for music is a big part of his identity; whether it is listening to music, helping his family at the Folk Music Center, or making beats on his MacBook. Harper’s unrelenting creativity, love for the arts, and interest in psychology have made Pitzer College the perfect destination for him this fall.
The Daydreamer Tour with Miriah Avila: A Musical Extravaganza at Zendejas Sports Grill!
🎶🎤 Hey there, music lovers! This weekend, get ready to groove to the beats of the sensational Miriah Avila, as she brings her "The Daydreamer Tour" to Zendejas Sports Grill in San Dimas. 🌟
Priceless Pets hosts PetMania camp for kids
Priceless Pets Rescue recently kicked off its 10th annual PetMania Educational Camp for children in kindergarten to sixth grade at the Priceless Pets Ranch and Learning Center, 2810 English Rd., Chino Hills. The weekly courses are $225 and run Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. through August...
World Record Store Day: An International Sensation
A day created to bring money to small businesses has become a yearly event that brings a community together. On the third Sunday of April, for the past 15 years, music lovers alike celebrate the wonderful underground tradition: World Record Store Day. Record Store Day. Every year since 2007, Record...
‘Yoga in the garden’ at CBG
Like many good things in life, Sara Sawyer’s “yoga in the garden” class was born out of necessity. She began teaching at California Botanic Garden during the pandemic, in June 2021, when COVID-19 guidelines prohibited groups from gathering in indoor spaces. The Garden provided a safe place to foster a community during a time that was isolating for so many.
Fine Art From Food At The Muck
Muckenthaler Cultural Center’s artist-in-residence uses her fascination with bananas, bread, and other comestibles in art to create fine-art collages and inspire students. The post Fine Art From Food At The Muck appeared first on Orange Coast Magazine.
Top Things To Do In O.C.: June 7-13
"The Sound of Music," OC Parks Sunset Cinema Film Series, and more happenings in O.C. this week. The post Top Things To Do In O.C.: June 7-13 appeared first on Orange Coast Magazine.
Family Fish & Wildlife Festival offers hands-on fishing workshops, wildlife exhibits at Prado Regional Park
CHINO, CA — The San Bernardino County Fish & Game Commission, in collaboration with Regional Parks, the County Museum, and sponsorships by Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman and the Hesperia Recreation & Park District joins forces to bring its second annual Family Fish & Wildlife Festival to Prado Regional Park on Saturday, June 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
FoodED Online Auction June 12-17
Monrovia's FoodED is hosting an online auction with over 80 items, including massages, gym memberships, Dodger and Angel tickets, Disneyland tickets and more. Preview items here. Bidding begins Monday, June 12 through Saturday, June 17. For questions contact Kristin Ritzau at firstname.lastname@example.org or 775-5377.
Movies in the Park Returns Thursday, June 15 With a Screening of “Minions: The Rise of Gru.”
The family-friendly Movies in the Park returns for an eight-week series on Thursday evenings starting June 15 with a screening of “Minions: The Rise of Gru.” Movies will be shown outdoors at the Chino Hills Community Center, located at 14250 Peyton Drive, through August 3. All movies are rated PG. Gates open at 6:30 pm on the day of each showing and the movie will begin at approximately 8:00 pm.
Dive-In Movie Nights will be held on Fridays and Saturdays in Fontana
Dive-In Movie Nights will be held at two community centers in Fontana during the summer months. The City of Fontana's Aquatics Department announced that the Dive-In Movie Nights will take place on Fridays and Saturdays from 7 to 9:30 p.m. starting June 9 and 10. On Fridays, the events will...
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