On Nov. 4, the city and county of Los Angeles announced new mandates on proof of vaccination for COVID-19. The LA city ordinance is one of the strictest in the country, requiring proof of full vaccination from all eligible customers to enter any “indoor portion of a covered location,” although it won’t be enforced until Nov. 29.
An abundance of autumn festivities filled the streets of the Claremont Village this past weekend, with over 300 vendors and organizations represented at the annual Arts & Crafts Faire.
Since March, local businesses have suffered from COVID-19 regulations and a lack of students, forcing many to adjust their normal operations and others to close permanently.
After delayed construction, low occupancy and revenue shortfalls, bonds issued to fund KGI’s housing project were downgraded to junk status.
The Laemmle Claremont 5 theater’s future is in limbo as part of the Southern Californian moviehouse chain is put on the market.
Standing in place of Grizzby’s Donuts in the Claremont Village is a new restaurant: Coates Fried Chicken and Burgers.
Ramen — a delicious bowl of noodles in savory broth — is loved by many. Now, those in Claremont can enjoy it as well, at a restaurant with a fresh take on the delicious meal. Originated in Japan, ramen has made a large mark in the food industry in the