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Special to Tribune Newspapers'The Pale King' By David Foster Wallace Little Brown, 560 pages, $27.99 "The Pale King" is composed of parts of the "something long" on which 46-year-old David Foster Wallace was working before he hanged himself at his home in Claremont, Calif., on Sept....
On Tuesday Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich started his year as "county mayor" – or chairman of the board of supervisors – with an address laying out his priorities. The 30-year veteran of the board, whose vast district...
Folk singer Rusty McNeil was willing to take her husband-and-wife act on the road in the early 1970s, but the mother of five had one stipulation: "Family had to come first." So the McNeils converted a retired 1949 school bus into a home on wheels that...
Tags: Folk (genre), Education, Family, Montrose, Arts and Culture
KTLA NewsCLAREMONT, Calif. (KTLA) -- A man who was arrested on suspicion of homicide after he was spotted dragging a body through a Claremont field has been released from custody. The man was found with the body Monday evening. Police released him from custody...
Tags: KTLA, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Murder
Chuck DeVore Party: Republican. Occupation: California Assemblyman Age: 48, born in Seattle City of residence: Irvine Personal: wife Diane DeVore, two daughters. Education: Bachelor of arts degree, strategic studies, Claremont McKenna College....
Tags: U.S. Army, Politics, U.S. Senate, Migration, Illegal Immigrants
To the post office, it's just Compton. To the U.S. Census Bureau, it's no place at all, an orphaned pocket of houses too small even to have a name. But to the three women chatting outside their homes on neatly trimmed Zamora Avenue, their...
David Alexander Longtime president of Pomona College David Alexander, 77, who brought national standing to Pomona College during a two-decade tenure as president, died Sunday in Claremont after a long battle with cancer, the college announced....
Special to the News-PressIn a neighborhood full of lawns, Jeena and Eric Schoenke's front yard stands as an anomaly. The Burbank residents tore out their front lawn and redesigned the space about a year ago. They poured a patio, created a path, brought in several large boulders...
Los niños no hicieron ningún esfuerzo por esconder el arma, así fue encontrada, cargada, exactamente donde la habían dejado, encima de la litera de su cuarto, a la par de una pila de ropa y de dos libros escolares: "Decimals" (Decimales) y "The Language...
A memorial will be held for James C. Marsters, a Pasadena orthodontist who co-developed a teletypewriter that opened up phone use for the deaf, at 1 p.m. Oct. 25 at St. Clement's Episcopal Church, 2837 Claremont Blvd., Berkeley. Marsters, 85, died July...
Frederick Hammersley, a critically acclaimed painter who rose to fame in 1959 as one of four Los Angeles-based Abstract Classicists and spent the next 50 years bringing an intuitive, personal touch to hard-edge abstraction, has died. He was 90. The...
Tags: John McLaughlin, Venice, Obituaries, Arts and Culture, Defense
Quite a few farmers markets have opened in the San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire over the last decade, but many of them have never really taken off, or feature mostly prepared foods and crafts. The medium-size Claremont market does emphasize produce...
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