Sunday, July 31, 2016

'Lucky' Divers Can Explore Underwater Fla Casino

WWII in HD 7of10 Striking Distance

The 60 Minutes Deception (full length, official documentary) How Clinton affects the media

The beginning of the Hollywood era: the filming of the MGM screen credits, 1928.

Santa Barbara: Where History and the California Coastal Trail Thrive

Wasted On The Way - Crosby, Stills And Nash

Dog Keenly Eyes Owner

Jackson Browne - The Pretender

Cat Stevens - Moon Shadow (1970)

August Crate Label

Charles Lummis: Reimagning the American West

Matchbook Wines Farm Dinner

Aug 13, 2016
The Farm at Fairplex
Enjoy the taste of an elegant farm-fresh dinner paired with the delicate tones of Matchbook Wines.
Enjoy the taste of an elegant farm-fresh dinner paired with the delicate tones of Matchbook Wines.


farm tomatoes, lemon ball cucumber, burrata cheese, dill, craft beer and vinegar, EVOO
Matchbook, Tempranillo Rose, 2015

white seabass crudo, micro arugula, frisee, indigo rose tomato, lemon verbena gremolata
Matchbook "The Arsonist", Dunnigan Hills, Chardonnay 2014

orange mint and sweet garlic rubbed lamb loin, yellow crook neck squash, aged balsamic
Matchbook, "Tinto Rey", Red Blend, 2012

jidori chicken, kaffir lime, tendersweet cabbage kimchi, sweet soy
Matchbook, Dunnigan Hills, Syrah, 2014

hazelnut ganache cake, apache thorn-less black berries, hawaiian lava salt brittle
Matchbook, Dunnigan Hills, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2014

$95 prepaid
$110 at the door
$150 Chef Table experience, limit of 4 seats
All prices are inclusive of tax and gratuity.  Credit card number required to hold reservations

For more information about Matchbook Wines, click here.
For reservations, call (909) 868-5915.

NHRA Museum's Twilight Cruise Night

Aug 03, 2016
Fairplex lower administration lot
3-7 p.m.
If it's the first Wednesday of the month, it's the NHRA Museum's Twilight Cruise Night with fun for all ages to enjoy hundreds of hot rods, classic cars and even a few vintage race cars on display.
Experience music, food, fun and just $3 to visit the historic Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum after 3 p.m. on cruise nights.
Cruise-ins, $5 entry per car, will receive a ticket for the drawing held during the evening for a chance to win a cash prize. Museum members are free; spectators not cruising in are admitted free to the cruise..
Parking through Gate 1 on McKinley Ave.
Visit for more information
Participants will not be allowed to park prior to 2 p.m. and regular Museum admission prices apply prior to 3 p.m.

Border to Border: A Quick Overview of the California Coastal Trail

United Artists Theater: A Minute with REN

Lincoln Park Pomona Real Estate: Tim Sandoval for Mayor

1975 Jimmy Hoffa disappears


 National Raspberry Cake Day is jubilantly feasted each year on July 31. Raspberry cake is a cool and refreshing dessert that is a summertime favorite around the United States. Raspberries are the edible fruit of a multitude of plant species in the genus Rubus of the rose family. [ 298 more words. ]…/july-31-2016-national…/

Get your dA dancing shoes on...there will be great music in the house tonight !

Save the date!

Need help with your vintage home?
Want to meet others who share your interests in maintaining and restoring your vintage home?
Thinking about buying a vintage home?
THEN...come to our RESTORATION WORKSHOP on August 13, 2016!
At Trinity Methodist Church 676 N. Gibbs Street in Pomona....
We will provide breakfast and lunch!
It starts at 9:00AM!

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Check out the latest video update on I-5 work between SR-134 and Magnolia Blvd

Pablo Picasso does long exposure light painting in 1949

Today in 1983: "M*A*S*H: Binding Up the Wounds" exhibition opens, just months after last episode aired. Signpost:

Weather for today...much cooler

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Luke Aikins becomes 1st skydiver to land without parachute; lands in net in Simi Valley

Skydiver Luke Aikins has become the first person to jump from a plane into a net on the ground without the benefit of a parachute.

Aikins hit the 100-by-100-foot net perfectly, quickly climbed out of it and walked over to hug his wife, who had been watching with other family members.

Just before climbing into a plane to make the jump, Aikins said he had been ordered to wear a parachute but indicated he wouldn't open it.

As the plane was climbing to 25,000 feet above the drop zone he said the requirement had been lifted and he took off the chute.

He fell for about two minutes, then flipped onto his back at the last second and landed perfectly to cheers from those gathered to watch.

Anthony Joshua vs Dominic Breazeale Full Fight | June 25,2016 | Boxing

Texas Flying legends


Hello Neighbor,

In two weeks....the Pomona Heritage Restoration Workshop!
AUGUST 13, 2016 
Registration and coffee and DONUTS start at 9:00AM  
Trinity Methodist Church
676 N. Gibbs Street
Come for a day of fun and education. The Workshop is open to EVERYONE! (not just members) and is free!
We even provide lunch and a silent auction!   
Remember it is a fundraiser!
How you can help!

1. Donate items for the silent auction. Drop off items to 357 E. Pasadena or bring items the day of the Workshop.
2. Help the day of the Workshop! Doors open at 8:00AM for final set-up.
3. ATTEND!!!
See you there!
We are hoping to have a greater social media presence so watch your email, our Facebook page and the website for updates! Pomona Heritage 
If you are interested in becoming a member or renewing your membership, visit our website

Teresa Sabol Spezio
Membership Director
Pomona Heritage

Don't mind me just having a little fun on a Saturday, hope you are too

RAW: Armed Robbery FAIL! Hero Firefighter takes Down Armed Robber With Knife

IRS launches investigation of Clinton Foundation

Judge Jeanine: Obama caused a great divide in this country

"I thought you should know"

Truth about Benghazi - film maker imprisoned, Hillary blames "that internet video"

Chicago - (1973) "Saturday in the Park" & "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?"

Cal Poly Pomona Historical Timeline

Just click on image and print

Need a job?



Breakthru Presents:

Local Artist Showcase!

No Explanation, Undeclared, Dale Scoville, Fortune Boy, Danny Gomez, Heroes Make Villains

Sat, July 30, 2016

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Glass House

Pomona, CA


This event is all ages

Great Train Show

Jul 30, 2016 - 31, 2016
Expo Hall 7

Hundreds of tables of trains for sale with exhibitors from across the country

Huge operating model train displays

Door prizes & giveaways

10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Onsite Adult Admission is $9 for a ONE DAY ticket & $10 for a TWO DAY ticket

Ages 11 and under are admitted free and do NOT need a ticket.

Discount tickets available here
Parking $10 at Gate 17 on Faiplex Dr.

Visit the website for more information

Weather for today

Friday, July 29, 2016

"Hillary's America" Trailer | Official Teaser Trailer HD

Dick Morris: Bill Clinton Lied in Democrat National Convention speech, says Dick Morris ...

Today in 1967: The Doors score their first #1 hit with "Light My Fire." A 1969 concert poster

Redlands Guide

Hi Friends and Neighbors!
Situated halfway between Los Angeles and Palm Springs, Redlands has a long history of restaurants with great food, rich culture and an amazing community atmosphere. Take a walk down State Street and enjoy the historic downtown vibe, and visit some of the places recommended for day in the Inland Empire’s citrus capital. Enjoy!


Olive Avenue Market – Locally themed sandwiches, snacks and bakery goods
Rosa Marias – Mexican food with handmade tortillas
Brewcakes - Gastropub specializing in American food and alcohol-infused bakery items
The Living Root Cellar - Juices, smoothies and vegan food
A La Minute - Ice cream made to order with liquid nitrogen
Rok N Fondue - Fondue, rock cooking and bar
Caprice Café - Casual and elegant fine dining with an outdoor patio
Naan Café - Casual Indian food
Dhat Island Caribbean Cuisine – Caribbean and creole
Eastern Classic Thai Restaurant - Authentic Thai food
Tartan of Redlands - Burgers, steak and old-school charm
Rok n' Fondue
J.Riley Distillery – Whiskey distillery and tasting room
The State - Specializes in whisky with craft beer and food menu
The Vault Martini Bar - Live music and drinks
The District - Cocktails, food and live music
Augie’s Coffee - Original location with handcrafted coffee and tea
Hangar 24 Brewery – Tasting room with special local releases
The Royal Falconer - British pub with authentic menu
Escape Brewery - Microbrewery with tasting room
Ritual Brewing - Award-winning craft beer, entertainment and tasting room

Augie's Coffee
Lincoln Memorial Shrine - Abraham Lincoln memorial and Civil War Museum
San Bernardino County Museum - Local history and culture with large egg collection
Redlands Bowl - Hosts the oldest free summer music festival in the U.S.
Empire Bowl - Bowling alley with bar
Prospect Park  - 11-acre natural park with trails and picnic areas
Splash Kingdom Waterpark - Water park with one of the tallest slides in the U.S.
Redlands Theater Festival - Summer series of plays in outdoor ampitheater
Big Air Trampoline Park - Trampoline jumping with foam pits and a mechanical bull
Jax Toys - Wooden toys, crafts and more
Nectar Clothing - Womens casual and Bohemian fashion
Frugal Frigate - Children’s bookstore
Citrus Plaza – Large ourdoor shopping complex
Kith - Casual women’s fashion and accessories
DenM - Fashionable mens and womens clothing and denim
A Rolling Stone Beads – Beads and jewelry craft
Crackerjacks – Scrapbooking, crafts and classes
Nectar Clothing


Amazing how Hillary can even say this with a straight face when she took $25 million from George Soros the same day.

Chris Kyle's hometown of Odessa, TX unveils memorial statue of the American Sniper.

New York City, 1955.

Cal Poly Pomona greenhouse breeding sting-less wasps to help save citrus trees

Researchers are breeding sting-less wasps to help contain the citrus pest population in California.

"Parasitic insects will eat the insects that carry the disease or feed on the insects that carry the disease and minimize the problem in that manner," Cal Poly Pomona professor Valerie Mellano explained.

Scientists are trying to combat the spread of the Asian Citrus Psyllid - the insect responsible for destroying 70 percent of Florida's citrus industry.

The insect feeds on citrus leaves and stems, infecting the trees with a bacteria that causes the plant disease Huanglongbing or HLB.

"HLB can kill citrus within five years depending on the circumstances," Grace Radabaugh of the California Department of Food and Agriculture said.

The university focused on breeding tiny sting-less wasps known as Tamarixia. The wasps feed exclusively on the citrus pest and can go where pesticides cannot.

"There are a lot of people that have citrus trees in their backyards. It's very hard to control with pesticides from the point of view of gaining access," Mellano said.

The greenhouse at Cal Poly Pomona was built strictly to breed the insects in a safe and contained environment.

According to Radabaugh, Tamarixia are being bred in 180 cages at their facility. They plan on releasing approximately 30,000 Tamarixia in Southern California. 

Just before she speaks, look what we CAUGHT media doing for Chelsea Clinton but not Ivanka Trump…

  The daughters of both major presidential candidates are playing significant roles in this year’s election — starting in a big way with introducing their parents at their respective conventions. Tonight, it’s Chelsea’s turn to introduce her mother before Hillary accepts the Democrat nomination for president. As they emerge from the relative shadows into the spotlight, many are comparing and contrasting these two women, of similar age (and also apparently friends).
 I’ll leave the comparing and contrasting of the women themselves to others. But as Chelsea prepares for her big moment in the spotlight, I couldn’t help but notice one — very telling — way in particular that the media are treating these two women dramatically differently. While the lamestream media has been relentless in their grilling of Ivanka about her father’s treatment of women, they haven’t touched the topic with Chelsea Clinton — essentially giving her a free pass. As World Tribune writes, when it comes to Chelsea Clinton and her father Bill, it’s simply don’t ask, don’t tell.
The double standard was glaring obvious on July 27 when CBS ran an article

While the media has declared Chelsea off limits, they have swarmed on Ivanka. She “has been grilled by CBS, criticized by the Atlantic and asked by many more outlets to defend her father,” Ashe Schow wrote for the Washington Examiner.
The Cosmopolitan may have come the closest to broaching the subject of Bill Clinton’s notorious treatment of women when it asked Chelsea: “Donald Trump has called your dad an abuser of women, and your mom his enabler. What do you think of his attacks on your parents?” “The phrasing of the question allowed Cosmo to pretend they asked a tough question, while really allowing Chelsea to criticize Donald Trump. And that’s exactly what she did,” Schow wrote. “The obvious reason behind this is that political journalists tend to be extremely liberal. They love Bill Clinton so much, they overlook the serious allegations against him (and his settlement with one of his accusers). So while Chelsea Clinton is allowed to attack Ivanka’s father without consequence, she herself is given a pass on her own father’s actions. “Bill Clinton simply receives special treatment because he has a “D” next to his name. He continues to enjoy broad support from Democrats and is invited to speak at numerous high-profile events and paid lavish speaking fees. No other man accused of rape and sexual assault would be allowed anywhere near a Democratic event,” Schow wrote. The accusations against Bill Clinton are unquestionably far more serious than those against Trump. In Trump’s case, the questions are aimed at Trump’s comments (and potential pay) of women, while in Clinton’s, they involve physical, sexual violence against women. Clinton’s alleged mistreatment of women is exacerbated by the fact that he did some of this, at least, while holding public office. Moreover — particularly relevant when it comes to this presidential election — his wife Hillary Clinton allegedly was her husband’s enabler and did her part to discredit women coming forth against Bill. In fact, as The Daily Caller writes: The media portray Bill Clinton as a lovable scamp, a good ol’ Southern boy who just liked to have sex in the back of his pickup. In fact, according to numerous independent accounts, he was a sexual abuser and, the overwhelming evidence shows, a violent rapist. While we would normally extend our sympathy to his wife, Hillary has forfeited those claims by actively conspiring with him to cover up his sexual assaults and smear the victims, showing absolutely no compunction about destroying women whose stories she knew to be true. Of course, all of this is made that much more sickening by Hillary and her minions’ narrative that we should support her because she is a woman, one who fights for women. Hillary knew what her husband was doing and yet, over and over again, she helped him cover it up and destroy the women, portraying them as stalkers, blackmailers and loons. As one of Bill’s mistresses, former Miss Arkansas Sally Perdue, told the Daily Mail (U.K.), Hillary has a “vengeful, spiteful ugliness … And she’s championing women’s causes?” Shame on the media who are enablers of this real violence against women themselves — perpetuating this narrative of Trump as a misogynist while giving the Clintons a pass. Meanwhile, they will no doubt be gushing tonight about this woman who is “making history” as the first female nominee from a major U.S. party for president. This woman who will tear down and smear women who dare get in her way. What pathetic excuses for journalism. [Note: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]

The woman is DESPICABLE!!!

Join us at our 62nd Annual Fish/Steak/Corn festival! Tickets can be purchased at the event or in advance at Maniac Mikes Cafe at Cable Airport.

We again mourn the tragic death of a @SanDiegoPD officer, & the wounding of another. Prayers for all affected.