Friday, September 30, 2016

23 adorable baby pandas make public debut in China

The first Disneyland admission ticket ever sold.

The Rolling Stones Glastonbury Festival 2013 06 29 Full Concert

Report: Iran bank sanctions lifted in US hostage release

Pacific Electric Subway Terminal

Fall Back – When Does the Time Change in 2016?

Daylight Saving Time will end in the United States at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 6, 2016. At that time clocks will “fall back” one hour. Of course, that means the weekend will be an hour longer!

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Just click on the image and print. Claremont Art Walk first weekend of the month

Gohmert On Clinton Scandal - Clinton Email Investigation - Morning With Maria

Emergency Shelter Siting Presentation

Emergency Shelter Siting

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Modern Baseball

Chris Farren, Walter Etc, Jank

Fri, September 30, 2016

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Glass House

Pomona, CA

$21.00 - $24.00

This event is all ages

No Special Treatment - FBI Director Gets Fallout From Clinton Email Investigation - Special Report

Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo

Oct 01, 2016 - 02, 2016
Fairplex campus

The 2016 Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo Powered by General Tire is truly the greatest collection of off-road companies, parts, equipment, gear, action and experts ever assembled in America.

From off-road racing to rock crawling, trail riding to sand sports, motorcycles and ATV’s, to camping and adventure travel, fans have the unique opportunity to meet and talk with the most knowledgeable people in the off-road industry.

Fans will experience the dynamic world of off-road thru ride alongs, racing demos, celebrity appearances, live music, industry media events and product giveaways all weekend.

Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Admission $20 at the door; $15 at O'Reilly Auto Parts stores; $6 for ages 6-12; free for ages 5 & younger when accompanied by a paid adult

Visit here for tickets and more information

Parking $10 at Gate 17 on Fairplex Dr.

The Choice 2016

Soroptimist International of Big Bear Valley

The Fish Report

  • Castaic offering up some solid, consistent striped bass action
  • Cooler temps sparking striped, green bass bites at Lake Havasu
  • Catfish galore this weekend with Santee Lakes' 'Stockzilla'
  • Eastern Sierra Report: Here comes the lunkers
  • Collins Lake still good for catfish, trout plants start soon
  • Barge Hole salmon action takes off
  • Big Bear 'bows coming up a bit — bite steady — just in time for this weekend's TroutfesT
  • Newly re-opened San Vicente Reservoir fishes like a golf course pond
  • Salmon move inside Pillar Point Harbor
  • Fort Bragg boats keep up the rockfish and lingcod counts
  • See all local reports.
  • 1954 USS Nautilus commissioned


    National Chewing Gum Day is observed annually on September 30. Humans have used chewing gum for over 5,000 years. They may have chewed it for enjoyment, to stave off hunger or to freshen their breath much like we do today. [ 549 more words ]…/september-30-2016-nat…/

    October 1st, 2016 – Car & Motorcycle Show


    Save the date for Southland Symphony's opening concert of the 2016/17 season on October 23rd, 4pm!


    40 Ways in 40 Days'

    Inland Valley Hope Partners serves low income residents and homeless of west San Bernardino County and east Los Angeles County. They continue their 40 Ways in 40 Days'. This calendar offers different ways to become a 'Hero for Hunger'.

    For more information on Inland Valley Hope Partners, visit #HeroforHunger

    Ren's did you know?

    The All States Picnic is an Ontario tradition that began in 1939. The picnic is meant to recognize the diversity of Ontario residents and the states they had originally came from. Picnic tables were lined up along the Euclid Avenue median from Hawthorne to E Street with signs for each of the country's 48 states (Hawaii and Alaska did not become states until 1959). The picnic boasted the "World's L...ongest Picnic Table" according to Ripley's Believe It or Not!

    The picnic was suspended briefly during World War II and again in 1981 when the number of native Californians began to outnumber those who came from out of state. The picnic was resumed again in 1991 for Ontario's Centennial Anniversary and continues to be held on the 4th of July every year. #125to125 #CelebrateOntario
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    Neil Young Promise of the Real

    Date Thu, October 13, 2016
  • 8:30 PM
  • $50.00 - $150.00
  • SAVE THE DATE! Join the Pomona Police Department for National Coffee with a Cop Day Friday October 7th from 8:30-10:30 AM at Starbucks- 517 E. Foothill Blvd.

    Junkyard paradise in Mentone shows life work of retired yacht boat captain

    Southern California weather for Friday

    Thursday, September 29, 2016

    Obamacare Subsidy - GOP Accuse Admin Of Paying Off Insurance Companies - Special Report

    Pompeii Documentary on the Mysteries of Pompeii Herculaneum

    Pompeii the talking walls (best pompeii documentary ever)

    Special Report | Fox News | September 28, 2016

    The FBI Just Admitted To Obstruction Of Justice With Clinton's Emails

    Cal Grants May be the Financial Help You Need for College

    BREAKING ! WIKILEAKS - Leaked Email Confirms Hillary Clinton Was In A Plane Crash In 2012


    Ren's Stick People

    Fmr FBI Assistant Director’s take on the agency’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails

    Next Claremont Art Walk Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 • 6-9pm

    Official Galleries
    AUGIE'S / à la minute532 W First St, Claremont
    Claremont Packing House

    BUDDHAMOUSE EMPORIUM134 Yale Ave, ClaremontOpen daily 10:30 a.m. to 6:30
    (909) 626-3322
    BUNNY GUNNER GALLERYNew location: 230 W Bonita Ave, Claremont Tues - Fri, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat, noon to 6
    (909) 624-7238
    CLAREMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ART GALLERY205 Yale Ave, Claremont Claremont Chamber of CommerceMon - Fri, 9 a.m. to 4
    (909) 398-1060
    CLAREMONT FORUM BOOKSHOP & GALLERY586 W First St, Claremont Claremont Packing HouseSun - Thurs, noon to 7 p.m. Fri - Sat, noon to 9
    (909) 626-3066
    THE COLONY AT LOFT 204532 W First St #204, Claremont Claremont Packing HouseWed - Sat, 1 to 7 p.m. Extended hours on weekends
    FIRST STREET GALLERY ART CENTER250 W First St, Suite 120, ClaremontMon - Fri, 9 a.m. to 5
    (909) 626-5455

    HILLSIDE FINE ART445 W Foothill Blvd, Suite 101, ClaremontMon - Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
    (909) 268-4526

    LAST DROP CAFÉ119 Harvard Ave., ClaremontMon - Fri, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Sun, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    (909) 482-1870

    206 W. Bonita Ave., Claremont
    in Harvard Square, second floor.
    Open Wed. and Thurs., 4:30 to 8:30 p.m., Fri and Sat, noon to 8:30 p.m.
    Sun, noon to 5 p.m.

    254 W. Bonita Ave., Claremont
    Open Tues - Fri, 1:30 to 6:30 p.m Saturday, 3 to 9:30 p.m.
    (909) 625-5630
    SQUARE i GALLERY110 Harvard Ave, Claremont Tues - Sat, 10 a.m. to 6
    (909) 621-9091

    Festival Admission - October 8th & 9th Only



    Festival Admission - October 8th & 9th Only

    Father wheelbarrowing his daughter
    Avoid the Lines and Get Your Tickets Presale!
    A small admission fee will be charged to enter the Festival. Increasing crowds and costs in recent years have made it necessary to make this change to ensure attendees comfort and safety. Several new attractions have been added complimentary with admission and Free Parking for the Festival is included, making this an even better Family Fun Value!
    Adults - $4
    Children 2 – 12 Years Old - $3
    Under 2 Years Old - Free
    Family Pack - 2 Adult & 2 Child Tickets ($14 Value) - $12
    Additional Child Tickets can be purchased with the Family Pack for only $2 each.
    Tickets are Now On-Sale either Online or at the AGRIscapes Office beginning August 24th from 10am to 5pm.
    Advance purchase discounts available.
    Group Ticket Discounts are available for 10 or more persons, call (909) 869-6722 for ticketing details.

    Parking & Shuttles

    Pumpkin Festival Weekend:

    Once again Parking is Free and there are improvements to make your experience at the Festival more enjoyable. The new Parking Structure #2 is now open directly across the street from AGRIscapes which adds almost 2,000 New Spaces within walking distance. In addition, shuttle service will again be provided for visitors parking in Lot F and Parking Structure #1 located off of Kellogg Drive. There is limited availability for carts and wagons on the shuttle busses, please use Parking Structure #2 and Lot B if you are bringing these items. Look for directional signs as you arrive at the event.

    Pumpkin Patch Parking October 11th – 30th:

    Limited Free parking will be available off of South Campus Drive at AGRIscapes in a special event lot for visitors to the Pumpkin Patch from October 11th – 30th, look for directional signs. Be advised that parking in any permanent University Parking Lot requires a a parking permit, please observe informational signs to avoid a citation.

    Directions & Driving Map

    Cymbals Eat Guitars

    Field Mouse, Wildhoney

    Fri, September 30, 2016

    Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm


    Pomona, CA

    $10.00 - $12.00

    This event is 21 and over

    Best of the Best Karate Tournament

    Oct 09, 2016
    Expo Hall 6

    Best of the Best Karate Tournament for all ages and classes

    Held in Expo Hall 7

    Parking $10 at Gate 17 on Fairplex Dr.

    Visit the website for additional information

    64th Annual California RV Show

    Oct 07, 2016 - 16, 2016
    Fairplex White Ave. lot

    It's back!
    The largest RV Show in the West with 17 SoCal RV Dealers displaying 1,325 RVs!
    Free admission for kids & active military families

    Scooter Rentals $25 half day; $50 full day

    Pets are welcome!

    Parking $10 at Gate 9 on White Ave.
    Visit the website for more information including celebrity appearances

    2005 Reporter Judith Miller released from prison


    Whether getting one to go or lingering over a second cup, on September 29 be sure to observe National Coffee Day! Ah, the perfect cup of java. According to an expert cupper (a professional coffee taster), there are four components of a perfect cup: aroma, body, acidity, and flavor. [ 659 more words ]…/september-29-2016-nat…/

    See Rosie the Riveter at 95: Woman Who Inspired WWII Poster Was Lost to History for 7 Decades

    When Naomi Parker-Fraley first saw the iconic Rosie the Riveter poster, she recalls, "I did think it looked like me, but nobody ever mentioned it."

    Knowing that she was one of more than 6 million women who entered the workforce during World War II, she figured she was far from alone in seeing herself in the image that has become a symbol of modern feminism.

    Then, in 2009, Parker-Fraley, now 95, and her sister Ada Wyn Parker-Loy, now 92, were at a reunion at the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park when they noticed a photograph of Parker-Fraley proudly displayed as the likely inspiration behind the poster – then they read the caption.

    "I couldn't believe it because it was me in the photo, but there was somebody else's name in the caption: Geraldine," Parker-Fraley tells PEOPLE. "I was amazed."

    The photo, showing 20-year-old Parker-Fraley sporting her signature red-and-white-polka-dot bandana and working on a turret lathe, was taken in 1942 by a photographer touring the Naval Air Station in Alameda, California, and featured in newspapers and magazines nationwide.

    "It ran in newspapers from San Francisco to Washington," Parker-Fraley says. "I even got fan mail!"

    It was also believed to have caught the eye of artist J. Howard Miller, whose 1943 Rosie the Riveter poster bears a striking resemblance to Parker-Fraley's photo, right down to the bandana.

    Parker-Fraley spent decades unaware of her connection to the poster, mostly because another woman named Geraldine Hoff Doyle, who worked in a factory in Michigan, had been labeled "the real-life Rosie the Riveter" since she believed she saw herself in an un-captioned reprint of Parker-Fraley's photo in the 1980s.

    Because Hoff Doyle bore a striking resemblance to Parker-Fraley, no one questioned her claim, and her story traveled around the world.

    Once Parker-Fraley learned her photo had been misidentified for almost 30 years, she tried to set the record straight by sending a newspaper clipping of her photo and its original caption to the park service. But it was too late. Hoff Doyle's place had already been cemented in history.

    Parker-Fraley was devastated. "I just wanted my own identity," she says. "I didn't want fame or fortune, but I did want my own identity."

    Her cause remained hopeless until 2015, when she met James J. Kimble, a professor of communications at Seton Hall University in New Jersey whose six-year quest to identify the woman in the photo had led him to straight to her door.

    "She had been robbed of her part of history," Kimble says. "It's so hurtful to be misidentified like that. It's like the train has left the station and you're standing there and there's nothing you can do because you're 95 and no one listens to your story."

    Kimble was eager to hear Parker-Fraley's story when he visited the Redding, California, home she shares with her sister in February 2015. Even better, he promised to do everything in his power to set the record straight.

    The professor shared Parker-Fraley's story with the academic world in a 2016 article in the journal Rhetoric and Public Affairs and others soon took note. Now, Parker-Fraley, who was divorced once, widowed twice and spent most of her life working as a waitress, is ready for the spotlight.

    "The women of this country these days need some icons," she says. "If they think I'm one, I'm happy about that."

    Ren's did you know?

    In 1904, Amadeo Peter Giovannini, along with five other former directors of the Columbus Bank, opened the Bank of Italy to serve the needs of the growing immigrant and working class population. This marketing approach was prosperous and revolutionary. The Bank of Italy was considered the first statewide branch-banking system in the United States. It was during the 1930s, when the name officially changed to Bank of America. This building is located at the northeast corner of B Street and Euclid Avenue adjacent to the Ontario Town Square. #125to125 #CelebrateOntario

    Southern California weather for Thursday

    Suspect arrested in kidnapping of store clerk in Exposition Park

    New high-tech home in OC demonstrates blazing-fast Internet connection

    Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    The best indie time travel film you've never seen. '41' full movie (HD) 2012

    Ideal measurements for American women in the 1920s

    Registration is now open for the 5K Reindeer Run on Saturday, 12/10. For more info visit .

    Congress overrides president's veto of Sept. 11 legislation

    Congress voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for its alleged backing of the attackers, handing Barack Obama the first veto override of his presidency.

    Both the House and Senate voted decisively to reverse Obama's decision to scuttle the legislation. Democrats in both chambers abandoned the president in large numbers despite warnings from Obama and top national security officials that flaws in the bill could put U.S. interests, troops, and intelligence personnel at risk.

    The Senate vote was 97-1. The House vote a few hours later was 348-77.

    Lawmakers said their priority was the 9/11 victims and their families, not Saudi Arabia.

    "The White House and the executive branch (are) far more interested in diplomatic considerations," said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., a sponsor of the bill. "We're more interested in the families and in justice."

    Speaking at a forum in Washington, CIA Director John Brennan said he was concerned about how Saudi Arabia, a key U.S. ally in the Middle East, would interpret the bill. He said the Saudis provide significant amounts of information to the U.S. to help foil extremist plots.

    "It would an absolute shame if this legislation, in any way, influenced the Saudi willingness to continue to be among our best counterterrorism partners," Brennan said.

    Brennan, who said he visited lawmakers Wednesday to argue against an override of Obama's veto, noted that there is a tremendous amount of Saudi investment in the United States. "Do they want to leave them here so they could potentially be attached by some type of court ruling that is going to award the litigants?" he asked.

    After senators acted, White House spokesman Josh Earnest called the vote the "single most embarrassing thing" the Senate has done in decades and "an abdication" of its responsibility. He accused members of the Senate Judiciary Committee of not understanding the legislation and its impact on the military.

    Five weeks before state and national elections, lawmakers refused to oppose a measure strongly supported by 9/11 families who say they are still seeking justice 15 years after attackers killed nearly 3,000 people. Saudi Arabia, an important U.S. ally in the Middle East, is staunchly opposed to the measure.

    Despite reversing Obama's decision, a group of senators acknowledged that defects in the bill could open a legal Pandora's box, triggering lawsuits from people in other countries seeking redress for injuries or deaths caused by military actions in which the U.S. may have had a role.

    In a letter sent Tuesday to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, Obama said the bill would erode sovereign immunity principles that prevent foreign litigants "from second-guessing our counterterrorism operations and other actions that we take every day."

    But proponents of the bill dismissed Obama's concerns as unpersuasive. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, the Senate's No. 2 Republican, and other supporters said the bill is narrowly tailored and applies only to acts of terrorism that occur on U.S. soil.

    "This bill is about respecting the voices and rights of American victims," Cornyn said.

    Families of the victims and their attorneys dismissed concerns over the legislation as fearmongering.

    Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, one of the Democrats who broke with Obama and voted to override, said, "The risks of shielding the perpetrators of terrorism from justice are greater than the risks this legislation may pose to America's presence around the world."

    The legislation gives victims' families the right to sue in U.S. court for any role that elements of the Saudi government may have played in the 2001 attacks. Fifteen of the 19 Sept. 11 hijackers were Saudis. Courts would be permitted to waive a claim of foreign sovereign immunity when an act of terrorism occurred inside U.S. borders, according to the terms of the bill.

    A group of national-security minded legislators pledged to discuss how to repair problem areas during the upcoming lame-duck session of Congress. But the fact that legislation could pass both chambers of Congress without closer scrutiny left at least a few senators chiding themselves for not examining its ramifications more closely.

    The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, or JASTA, moved to the floor of the Senate in May and was passed by voice vote. The bill cleared the House earlier this month, also by voice vote.

    "We didn't pay much attention to this," said Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee. "And boy is that ever a lesson learned."

    Obama vetoed the measure last week, telling lawmakers the bill would make the U.S. vulnerable to retaliatory litigation.

    In his letter to Reid, the president said other countries could attempt to use JASTA to justify similar immunity exceptions to target U.S. policies and activities that they oppose.

    In a separate letter sent Monday to a senior House member, Defense Secretary Ash Carter described the potential for foreign litigants to seek classified intelligence data and analysis and sensitive operational information to establish their cases in what could be an "intrusive discovery process."

    Missing the vote were Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Tim Kaine, D-Va.

    Hillary was fed the questions a week before the debate


    Clinton Cover-Up? - 3 Clinton IT Specialists Refused To Testify - DC Scandals - Trey Gowdy - F&F

    Dutch probe: Malaysian jet downed by launcher from Russia

    Dutch-led criminal investigators said Wednesday they have solid evidence that a Malaysian jet was shot down by a Buk missile moved into eastern Ukraine from Russia.

    Wilbert Paulissen, head of the Central Crime Investigation department of the Dutch National Police, said communications intercepts showed that pro-Moscow rebels had called for deployment of the mobile surface-to-air weapon, and reported its arrival in rebel-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine.

    From that and other evidence collected by the Joint Investigation Team, "it may be concluded MH17 was shot down by a 9M38 missile launched by a Buk, brought in from the territory of the Russian Federation, and that after launch was subsequently returned to the Russian Federation," Paulissen told a news conference.

    The conclusions were billed as results of a two-year Dutch-led criminal probe of the disaster that claimed 298 lives.

    A separate investigation by Dutch safety officials last year concluded that the Amsterdam-to-Kuala Lumpur flight was downed by a Buk missile fired from territory held by pro-Russian rebels.

    Dutch police spokesman Thomas Aling said the joint investigation findings differ in that they are designed to be solid enough to be used as evidence in a criminal trial. Where and when a trial might take place is still to be determined, Aling said.

    Russia has consistently denied allegations that pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Ukraine were responsible. On Monday, the Russian military said it has new radio-location data that show the missile that downed the Boeing 777 did not originate from rebel-controlled territory, and said it would turn the data over to investigators.

    Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reiterated that assertion on Wednesday ahead of the Dutch report.

    "If there was a rocket it could only have been launched from a different area," he told reporters, referring to Russian radar data. "You can't argue with it, it can't be discussed."

    In the Joint Investigation Team, Dutch police and judicial officials have been working with counterparts from Australia, Belgium, Malaysia and Ukraine, seeking to gather the best possible evidence for use in prosecution of the perpetrators.

    They have faced extraordinary challenges: the crime scene in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk oblast where the plane crashed on July 17, 2014, killing all aboard, was located in an active war zone, and during the days following the crash pro-Kremlin militants limited access to the site.

    Eleven containers crammed with debris from the jetliner were ultimately brought to the Netherlands. A research team took soil samples in eastern Ukraine and established the location of cellphone towers and the layout of the local telephone network.

    Forensic samples were taken from passengers' and crew members' bodies and luggage, and satellite data and communications intercepts were scrutinized. The team also appealed for information from witnesses who may have seen the missile launch.

    About two-thirds of the passengers aboard MH17 were Dutch nationals; the crew members were Malaysians. Malaysia proposed setting up an international tribunal to try those responsible for the plane's destruction, but Russia vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution in favor of a tribunal.

    Shimon Peres, ex-Israeli President and PM, dies at 93

    Lincoln Park Pomona Real Estate: Phillips Ranch party.

    Joe Newman - Wednesday's Blues (1960)


    Modern Baseball

    Chris Farren, Walter Etc, Jank

    Fri, September 30, 2016

    Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

    The Glass House

    Pomona, CA

    $21.00 - $24.00

    This event is all ages