Kira Soltanovich performs at Flappers Comedy this weekend. She was born in the former Soviet Union and was raised by immigrant parents in San Francisco: “Like most kids, my parents took me to Disneyland—not for the rides, for the lines. They assumed there’d be food at the end of them.”
Pomona College will host an author reading on October 25 with Pulitzer-Prize winner Paul Muldoon, who has been called “the most significant English-language poet born since World War II.” Mr. Muldoon is poetry editor for The New Yorker, has published more than 30 collections of poetry and is professor of English at Princeton University.
Pomona, Upland and Montclair Police officers act as waiters at Casa de Salsa Friday evening, September 28. When you tip your cop server, they donate all gratuities to House of Ruth, which provides services to women and children victimized by domestic violence.
The Claremont Museum of Art has partnered with the Scripps College Fine Arts Foundation to host a bus trip to Ventura to see the Albert Stewart private collection at the home of his daughter. The collection includes over 50 artworks by Mr. Stewart plus paintings by his friend Millard Sheets and others.