Friday, June 30, 2017

How Space Travel Works - Documentary

Wabbit lose today, Wabbit Stew!

The house that Knott built

That's Walter Knott that is, I went by today at 1040 W. 4th St.. And it looks like the house, is getting a fresh coat of paint.
Walter built this house back in 1912, for him and his wife. This was a few years, before he built another place. And that was called Knott's Berry Farm.
(And you wont find this in any OC Paper)

Pomona's Southside Historical Society, The History of Walter Knott in Pomona

21 Strange Photos That'll Make You Uncomfortable

Living History Flying Day: P-47 July 1, 20017

The P-47 Thunderbolt will be the featured aircraft for our Living History Flying Day on July 1. We will welcome a speaker panel of distinguished aviation experts, historians and veterans, followed by a question & answer period and flight demonstration when possible. The Republic P-47G Thu...nderbolt to be on display and to perform a flight demonstration (subject to change). At 12:00 noon, the Raffle Flight will occur. Become a member to enter the Raffle. All members are eligible to enter the Raffle, but you must be present to win.

The Museum is open to the Public, General Admission is $11; for children 11 yrs and under, admission is $4. ages 4 and under are FREE! (excludes special events) FREE Living History Flying Day Admission for Planes of Fame Members! Click here to become a Member!

Watch our Facebook page for a chance to submit your photo for our next event: The F4U Corsair!
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Claremont Village Guided Walking Tour

Sat, Jul 1, 2017 10:00am - 12:00pm | US/Pacific

Monthly guided walking tour of the Claremont Village led by a docent from Claremont Heritage. Meet at 10:00am in front of the Claremont Depot, 200 W. First Street.

Explore Claremont's history including the significance of the railroad, citrus crops, The Claremont Colleges and the Village.

Reservations requested - Phone 909.621.0848 or email:
Contact: Claremont Heritage
Phone: 909.621.0848

More Info:

Location Details
Meet at Claremont Depot
200 W. First St

Farmers Market

The market is at Victoria Gardens, 12505 N. Main street in Rancho Cucamonga. Information: 909-463-2830
Friday, June 30th 10am-2pm

2017 Season of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival

No admission charge. No reservations or tickets needed. Seating is first-come, first served.
Friday, June 30

San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra: 76 Trombones and More

Sponsored by University of Redlands, University of Redlands Town & Gown, Clara Mae Clem ’48, Marilyn K. Solter ’59
Presented under the baton of Maestro Frank Paul Fetta in collaboration with the 2017 International Trombone Festival hosted by the University of Redlands


Friday, July 7

Air National Guard Band of the West Coast

Sponsored by Paul and Joann Barich*
*Sponsorship contributed to the Festival, the Air National Guard Band of the West Coast receives no remuneration.

Tuesday, July 11

Grand Finals of the Young Artists Concerto Competition with orchestra and Angel Blue

Scholarship prizes sponsored by the Associates of the Redlands Bowl

Friday, July 14

The Modern Gentlemen

Sponsored by The East Valley Association of Realtors

Tuesday, July 18

Villalobos Brothers

Sponsored by La-Z-Boy West

Friday, July 21

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band

Sponsored by Bank of America

Tuesday, July 25
Public Dress Rehearsal: Tarzan®
Thursday, July 27-Sunday, July 30

Tarzan® the stage musical based on the Disney Film

The da CENTER FOR THE ARTS, is the place to be, 4 this July

July 8th
Sat 6 PMThe dA Center for the Arts · Pomona
You like The dA Center for the Arts

 July 11th
Tue 10:30 AMThe dA Center for the Arts · Pomona
You like The dA Center for the Arts

 July 15th
Sat 10 AMThe dA Center for the Arts · Pomona
You like The dA Center for the Arts

Foothill Gold Line is coming....

Learn about stations, construction & art plans. Sign-up for updates . Glendora-Montclair mtgs in July/Aug.

Aloha Family Dentistry Health Worker Appreciation Month

July 1, 2017 @ 10:00 pm – 10:15 pm
Aloha Family Dentistry
1220 N Park Ave
Pomona, CA 91768

Goals’ Stars and Bars Classic

July 8, 2017 @ 9:00 am
Goals Soccer Center
2255 S Garey Ave
Pomona, CA 91766
Goals Soccer Center Pomona

Indie Summer Kickoff

Maria Sweet

Night Control, Lions!

Fri, June 30, 2017

9:00 pm


Pomona, CA



This event is 21 and over

Breakthru Entertainment Presents

Buddha Man w/ Wayne G

UXPD, Kilo Sweet, Quinneth, Jake Trill, Mirk Beniah

Sat, July 1, 2017

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

The Glass House

Pomona, CA


This event is all ages

Dame Grrrl: A monthly night of female-fronted music

Sat, July 1, 2017

10:00 pm


Pomona, CA



This event is 21 and over

July 05, 2017
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.

Great Train Show

July 08, 2017 - 09, 2017
Expo Hall 7

Hundreds of tables of trains for sale

Exhibitors from across the country

Huge operating model train displays

Free workshops and demonstrations

10 a.m.-4 p.m.

The Great Train Show is the nation's only coast-to-coast model train show. The show is designed for the general public, modelers, hobbyists, families, and the just plain curious. Each show features hundreds of tables of trains and accessories for sale, huge operating exhibits, activities for kids, and more. All aboard!

Free Door Prize Giveaways

Visit for advance discount tickets

Onsite adult admission
$10 Saturday-good for both days
$9 Sunday
Ages 11 & under admitted free
Onsite admission is CASH only

Parking $10 at Gate 17 on Fairplex Dr. 



Keep this date for PUSD students! Free backpacks for the school is coming on August 2----8am-4pm

Man shot dead in Pomona driveway; killer at large

Southern California weather forecast Friday

R2-D2 from Star Wars sold for nearly $3 million at LA auction

Venus Williams at fault in fatal Florida car crash, police say

Tennis star Venus Williams caused a car crash earlier this month that led to the death of a passenger in another vehicle, according to a police report released Thursday.

Palm Beach Gardens police say witnesses told investigators that Williams ran a red light in her 2010 Toyota Sequoia SUV, causing a June 9 crash that injured 78-year-old Jerome Barson, who died two weeks later.

The report says a 2016 Hyundai Accent driven by Barson's wife, Linda, crashed into the side of Williams' SUV. Linda Barson told investigators that she was approaching the intersection when her light turned green and that she was unable to stop in time. Linda Barson suffered unspecified moderate injuries. Williams, who turned 37 on June 17, was not hurt.

She told investigators she had entered the six-lane intersection on a green light but had been forced to stop midpoint by traffic ahead of her. She said she did not see the Barsons' car when she crossed into their lanes.

Palm Beach Gardens Maj. Paul Rogers says the crash remains under investigation. Williams, who has a residence in Palm Beach Gardens, has not been cited or charged. The report says she was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Williams' attorney Malcolm Cunningham said in a statement that Williams expressed "her deepest condolences to the family who lost a loved one."

Michael Steinger, the attorney for Linda Barson, had no immediate comment.

Venus Williams, the older sister of tennis star Serena Williams, has won seven Grand Slam titles, including five at her favorite tournament, Wimbledon.

She revealed in 2011 that she'd been diagnosed with Sjogren's syndrome, an autoimmune disease.

Her ranking fell outside the top 100 as she coped with her illness and injuries, and from 2011 to 2014, she only advanced past the third round at a major once.

Early round losses continued to mount for Williams and questions about retirement came up time and again. Those questions are still asked, but she had a career renaissance, and in January reached the finals of the Australian Open, where she lost to her sister.

The crash was first reported by TMZ.

Federal judge blocks California ban on magazines with more than 10 bullets

Homicide suspect in Hawthorne officer-involved shooting streamed shootout on Facebook

Thursday, June 29, 2017

The Honeymooners - Mom the Blabbermouth - Clip

Save the date, Vaccine & Microchip Clinic July 26

IVHS & SPCA will be holding a Vaccine clinic from 7pm – 8pm. We expect these clinics to be well attended; please be prepared to stand in a long line. For your safety and the safety of pet, make sure your dogs are on a secure leash, and cats are in a carrier. Please note that pets are not allowed in the office. Please bring someone with you that can hold your pet while you pay for your vaccine(s) and/or license.

Wednesday, July 26 at 7 PM - 8 PM
  • Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A.
    500 S Humane Way, Pomona, California 91766

  • That's What Friends Are For

    Secrets of the Dead Bridge on the River Kwai

    Next Claremont Art Walk Saturday, July 1, 2017 • 6-9pm

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


    134 Yale Ave, ClaremontOpen daily
    10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
    (909) 626-3322
    230 W Bonita Ave, Claremont Tues - Fri, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Sat, noon to 6 p.m.
    (909) 624-7238
    205 Yale Ave, Claremont
    Claremont Chamber of Commerce
    Mon - Fri, 9 a.m. to 4
    (909) 398-1060
    586 W First St, Claremont
    Claremont Packing House
    Sun - Thurs, noon to 7 p.m.
    Fri - Sat, noon to 9 p.m.
    (909) 626-3066

    Claremont Depot
    200 W. First St, Claremont
    Fri - Sun 12 noon to 4
    (909) 621-3200
    532 W First St #204, Claremont
    Claremont Packing House
    Wed - Sat, 1 to 7 p.m.
    Extended hours on weekends
    250 W First St, Suite 120, ClaremontMon - Fri, 9 a.m. to 5
    (909) 626-5455

    445 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

    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
    110 Harvard Ave, Claremont Tues - Sat, 10 a.m. to 6
    (909) 621-9091

    Leipzig, Germany: Monument to the Battle of the Nations


    Concert for a Cause at dA July 8th

    Join us for a night of great music, great art, and great causes. Free, but donations are encouraged. Proceeds will go to Uncommon Good, a local non-profit that provides support and empowerment to local working class families through youth mentoring and tutoring programs, affordable organic produce, and many other ways.

    We're going to be hosting a drum circle as well, led by Jason, so you can jam along with the performances.

    The Pomona art walk is happening 6-9 in the area. Downtown Pomona comes alive with independent art galleries, art and music shows, food and craft vendors, and more.

    South of Mars (Funky, Soulful Jams)
    Driftwood Daydream (Indie Rock)
    Fayleen Morrow (Indie Singer-Songwriter)
    Top-Sh...elf Shake (Reggae Rock)
    Jam session/Sing-Along


    Robert Maule, a songwriter and music producer based in LA. believes in community, compassion, and artistic expression, and he hopes to raise much-needed funds and awareness for groups that support immigrants while bringing members of the community together. Robert organized a successful concert to raise money for Planned Parenthood in February, and are hoping to expand on that success.

    Uncommon Good ( is a fabulous non-profit that works out of a rad adobe building in Claremont, whose mission is to "Empower families through education, medicine, and the environment." They have a program that connects local doctors with low-income patients, they run an organic farm with affordable healthy produce for sale, and they provide mentoring and tutoring programs for local low-income students. I personally planned and taught a few SAT and ACT classes at their center to help local high school students prepare for college.

    The mission of the dA Center for the Arts (, a diverse, multi-discipline, non-profit organization is to enhance the quality of life for the greater community by educating and providing opportunities to experience, appreciate and support the arts. Since the late 1970s, the dA has provided an array of exhibitions, studio art classes and workshops, the Art Link program, a concert, cinema, dance and poetry venue, a volunteer and internship program, and a gallery store featuring local artisans.
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    Saturday, July 8 at 6 PM - 9 PM
  • The dA Center for the Arts
    252 S Main St Ste D, Pomona, California 91766

  • Dear Imagination Art Camp July 11th

    Art Experinces for Ages 4-7 -
    July 11, 12, & 13
    $20 10:30 am - Noon
    Students will explore and learn about drawing, painting, sculpture, music, literature, and dance. They will be guided through lessons that will inspire them about what art can do for our world, our communities, and ourselves !

    Tuesday, July 11 at 10:30 AM - 12 PM
    The dA Center for the Arts
    252 S Main St St D, Pomona, California 91766

  • Summer Blood Drive

    June 29, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Norin Education Center, Tamkin Rooms
    255 E Bonita Ave
    Pomona, CA 91767
    Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare

    The Wild Reeds

    Lael Neale

    Thu, June 29, 2017

    Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm


    Pomona, CA

    $12.00 - $14.00

    This event is 21 and over

    Indie Summer Kickoff

    Maria Sweet

    Night Control, Lions!

    Fri, June 30, 2017

    9:00 pm


    Pomona, CA



    This event is 21 and over

    Food Truck Thursdays June 29

    June 29, 2017
    Fairplex lower administration lot

    Popular Food Truck Thursdays return through August in the lower administration lot

    RELAX, enjoy the best day of the week, dine in or take out

    Hours are 5:30-8:30 p.m.

    Free admission & parking at Gate 1 on McKinley Ave.

    Crepes Bonaparte
    Rice Balls of Fire
    Wise Barbecue
    G's Taco Spot on Wheels
    Slammin' Sliders

    Trucks are subject to change

    Los Angeles County Veterans' Job, Health & Resource Expo 2017

    July 13, 2017
    Expo Hall 9

    Veterans, reservists, guard, active duty, military families & community

    Supervisor Hilda Solis presents the inaugural Veterans' Job, Health & Resource Expo

    9 a.m.-4 p.m.

    Free parking and admission at Gate 9 on White Ave.

    Veterans: Proof of military service required

    Call Vanessa Lopez (EDD) (626) 960-1784 or John Gutierrez (323) 543-8440

    Visit for registration

    Visit to see the flier 

    11 Places You Don't Want to Visit

    Colorful umbrellas decorate Italian commune


    National Camera Day is observed each year on June 29th. This day commemorates photographs, the camera, and their invention. A camera is an irreplaceable tool used to record and replicate memories, events, and people/places. [ 1,291 more word ]…/june-29-2017-national-cam…/

    Come out and support the Ontario Police Explorer's Carwash

    Come out and support the Ontario Police Explorer's Carwash Fundraiser this Saturday!
    Contact Detective Gary Naranjo at (909) 395-2764 for more information.

    This program is FREE

    Kids will become master crafters when they create unique utility pouches and other items from leather at Ovitt Family Community Library.
    This program is FREE for ages 9-12. For more information, please visit or call (909) 395-2207.

    Watch as this dog balances two fidget spinners on his head

    Highland fire: Firefighters make headway on 900-acre blaze

    You can soon get married at Taco Bell in Las Vegas

    Man retrieves massive crab from hole

    Watermelon 'dresses' are the fruity new social media fashion trend

    Video: Bear cools off in La Verne backyard pool

    Portland woman rams suspected stolen car into patrol vehicle to evade arrest

    Southern California weather forecast Thursday

    California to stop suspending licenses over unpaid traffic fines

    Californians will no longer face losing their driver's licenses because of unpaid traffic fines starting next month.

    Gov. Jerry Brown said the punishment doesn't help the state collect unpaid fines and can send low-income people into a cycle of job losses and more poverty.

    The policy will help ensure people's lives are not derailed by traffic tickets, said Sen. Bob Hertzberg, a Van Nuys Democrat who has championed the issue in the Legislature.

    Brown, a Democrat, approved the provision as part of a series of bills he signed Tuesday to enact the state budget. It will prevent courts from suspending someone's driver's license simply because of unpaid fines.

    Brown called for ending the practice in his January budget proposal, saying "there does not appear to be a strong connection" between the license suspensions and collecting.

    "Often, the primary consequence of a driver's license suspension is the inability to legally drive to work or take one's children to school," the Democratic governor wrote.

    In March, about 488,000 people had suspended driver's licenses for unpaid traffic tickets or missing court appearances, according to data from the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

    The new law will not apply retroactively to people whose licenses are already suspended for failing to pay fines, said DMV spokesman Artemio Armenta.

    Opponents of the policy have argued driver's license suspension is a useful tool to compel people to pay traffic fines.

    Supporters say losing the ability to drive to work can prevent people from earning money and actually make low-income drivers less likely to pay fines.

    Under the bill Brown signed, courts will still be able to suspend licenses for other infractions like failing to appear in court.

    Hertzberg said the new policy is a good first step in changing state law so it doesn't punish people for being poor.

    He has a related bill advancing through the Legislature that would allow low-income people who cannot afford their traffic tickets to ask a judge to lower fines or substitute them with community service.