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  • L. A. County Coroner’s employees remove the body of a man from the steps in front of the City Council Chamber on Tuesday in Claremont. Occupy Claremont activist Gregory Toliver discovered the man, who he identified as  Phillip Green, early Tuesday morning

    L. A. County Coroner’s employees remove the body of a man from...

  • Claremont Police keep watch over the body of a man discovered Tuesday morning at Claremont City Hall.

    Claremont Police keep watch over the body of a man discovered Tu...

  • Occupy Claremont activists Gregory Toliver, right, and Andrew Mohr describe discovering the body of an acquaintance Tuesday morning on the steps of the Claremont City Council Chamber. Mr. Toliver identified the man as Phillip Green.

    Occupy Claremont activists Gregory Toliver, right, and Andrew Mo...

  • Los Angeles County Coroner’s office employees load the body of a man into their van after removing him from the steps of the Claremont City Council Chamber Tuesday Morning. Witnesses say the man died some time between 3:30 and 8:00 a.m. Tuesday.

    Los Angeles County Coroner’s office employees load the body of...

  • Claremont Police Corporal Hector Tamayo speaks with an investigator with the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office on Tuesday at Claremont City Hall. The coroner’s office was called out to investigate a body of a man discovered early Tuesday at city hall.

    Claremont Police Corporal Hector Tamayo speaks with an investiga...

  • Claremont High School midfielder Madison Stark, right celebrates her goal with teammate Megan Renken on Friday in Claremont. The Wolfpack, ranked number 3 nationally, defeated rival Ayala High School 2-1, bringing their overall record to 17-1-3.

    Claremont High School midfielder Madison Stark, right celebrates...

  • The Wolfpack, ranked number 3 nationally, defeated rival Ayala High School on Friday 2-1, bringing their overall record to 17-1-3.

    The Wolfpack, ranked number 3 nationally, defeated rival Ayala H...

  • Steve Nagler, center, joins the Pomona-Pitzer football team in recreating John White’s 1971 performance art titled Preparation F on Saturday at Pomona College. The work, which was choreographed by Pam Casey, was one of 3 presented Saturday evening.

    Steve Nagler, center, joins the Pomona-Pitzer football team in r...

  • The Pomona-Pitzer football team perform John White’s 1971 art installation titled Preparation F on Saturday during Performance at Pomona at Pomona College.

    The Pomona-Pitzer football team perform John White’s 1971 art ...

  • Artist John White joins the Pomona-Pitzer football team recreating his 1971 work Preparation F on Saturday at Pomona College. The work was presented in conjunction with the ongoing Pacific Standard Time, Performance and Public Art Festival.

    Artist John White joins the Pomona-Pitzer football team recreati...

  • Members of the Pomona-Pitzer football team change into their uniforms in front of a live audience on Saturday during a recreation of John White's performance art piece Preparation F at Pomona College.

    Members of the Pomona-Pitzer football team change into their uni...

  • A crowd of art fans wait in the chilly weather Saturday evening for Judy Chicago’s performance piece A Butterfly for Pomona to begin.

    A crowd of art fans wait in the chilly weather Saturday evening ...

  • Members of the crowd seem delighted by Judy Chicago’s installation A Butterfly for Pomona on Saturday at Pomona College. Ms. Chicago’s work featured hundreds of road flares in the pattern of a butterfly accentuated by occasional bursts of fireworks.

    Members of the crowd seem delighted by Judy Chicago’s installa...

  • Judy Chicago’s installation A Butterfly for Pomona was presented Saturday evening as part of Performance at Pomona in conjunction with the It Happened at Pomona exhibition currently on display at Pomona College Museum of Art.

    Judy Chicago’s installation A Butterfly for Pomona was present...

  • Bridges Auditorium is lit up with orange and red lights Saturday during artist James Turrell’s 1971 art installation Burning Bridges. Mr. Turrell’s work, which was the last of 3 performance pieces at Pomona on Saturday, included a cameo from L A County Fi

    Bridges Auditorium is lit up with orange and red lights Saturday...

  • Richard Hibbard Chevrolet lost their franchise in November prompting the city of Claremont to make an exception to its ban on used car sales so the long running business can continue to operate at its current location.

    Richard Hibbard Chevrolet lost their franchise in November promp...

  • Claremont Mayor Sam Pedroza gives the State of the City address during the annual State of the City luncheon on Tuesday in Claremont.

    Claremont Mayor Sam Pedroza gives the State of the City address ...

  • Mayor Sam Pedroza is presented with the California Green Communities Silver Award from officials with Green Seal on Tuesday during the annual State of the City luncheon in Claremont. Claremont was the first California city to receive the new award.

    Mayor Sam Pedroza is presented with the California Green Communi...

  • California Green Communities officials unveil a green community flag after giving Claremont an award on Tuesday during the annual State of the City luncheon. Claremont was the first California City to receive the organization’s California Green Community

    California Green Communities officials unveil a green community ...

  • Lauren Del Campo, left, and Ben Bidwell use an overhead projector to recreate the banner Mountain View Elementary School made for the recent Claremont banner competition.

    Lauren Del Campo, left, and Ben Bidwell use an overhead projecto...

  • The original artwork that Mountain View Elementary School students created for the banner competition had to be recreated on a new canvas after the student’s work was selected by the banner judges.

    The original artwork that Mountain View Elementary School studen...

  • Mountain View Elementary School 6th grade student Travis Davis, center, recreates the artwork he made for the school’s Claremont banner project recently at the school. Travis created the word diversity out of a series of human figures

    Mountain View Elementary School 6th grade student Travis Davis, ...

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