Claremont is known as the city of trees and PhD’s but in recent years it has become a hub for entertainment, unique cuisine and a lively night out. Claremont After Hours delves into Claremont’s nightlife and social scene, giving a new perspective to a historic town.
The crowds amassed at the Claremont Consortium last weekend to sample their way through a smorgasbord of selections at this year’s 15th annual Taste of Claremont celebration.
Nestled in a dark hallway in the Claremont Village, lies a mysterious gem called Viva Madrid.
After 25 years of charitable giving, the Claremont Community Foundation (CCF) took a moment to raise their glasses to a job well done.
The COURIER’s premier “Black and White and ‘Read’ All Over” was the first Party Parade event to be hosted by the Claremont COURIER.
Claremont Commuity College hosts it's fourth annual Oascar party.
Casa de Salsa, “where the fiesta never ends,” brings back its popular late night live music on Fridays.
The events of Tuesday night might have ended a little hazy but one thing was clear 99-cent margaritas at El Ranchero are worth every cent and so much more.
Hundreds of frozen yogurt fanatics lined up to get their free froyo this past Monday at Yogurtland, Claremont.
Brews & Bros Craft Beer Festival hosted by Dale Bros Brewery took flight at Cable Airport last Saturday, January 25.
Vom Fass keeps their doors open after hours for an “Evening of Wine, Cheese and Chocolate.