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  • Adam Shiverdecker arranges the separate pieces of his  artwork Unmanned while installing it on Wednesday at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College. Mr. Shiverdecker is one of the artists selected for Denatured Nature.

    Adam Shiverdecker arranges the separate pieces of his artwork "...

  • Kate Roberts works on an artwork called Scarlet on Wednesday while preparing for the opening of the 69th Scripps College Ceramic Annual. Ms. Roberts, and her father Tom, flew out from New York to install her 2 artworks selected for the Scripps show.

    Kate Roberts works on an artwork called Scarlet on Wednesday whi...

  • Art by Jonathan McMillan, Postponed, left, and Emptied on display at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College. The show, called Denatured Nature, the 69th Scripps College Ceramic Annual was guest curated by Virginia Scotchie.

    Art by Jonathan McMillan, Postponed, left, and Emptied on displa...

  • Kate Roberts and her father Tom, left, install her artwork on Wednesday at Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College. The 69th Scripps College Ceramic Annual is the longest running yearly show for contemporary ceramics.

    Kate Roberts and her father Tom, left, install her artwork on We...

  • Two works by artist Rebecca Manson called Vascellum #6 and #7 on display at the 69th Scripps College Ceramic Annual.

    Two works by artist Rebecca Manson called Vascellum #6 and #7 on...

  • Claremont High School midfielder Merin Arft stands over Ayala goalkeeper Mattie Walden as the ball escapes her grasp on Wednesday at CHS. The play was one of many where the Wolfpack had golden opportunities to score but were denied.

    Claremont High School midfielder Merin Arft stands over Ayala go...

  • The Claremont High School girls’ varsity soccer team warms up prior to their game against Ayala on Wednesday in Claremont.

    The Claremont High School girls’ varsity soccer team warms up ...

  • Members of the Claremont and Ayala high school girls’ varsity soccer teams attempt to head the ball after a Claremont corner kick on Wednesday in Claremont.

    Members of the Claremont and Ayala high school girls’ varsity ...

  • Assistant referee J. D. Ferns inspects the game balls prior to the Claremont and Ayala soccer match on Wednesday.

    Assistant referee J. D. Ferns inspects the game balls prior to t...

  • CHS forward Ryley Settles and Ayala's Lori Sandoval chase after the ball on Wednesday during the first half of their match at CHS. Despite maintaining control of the ball throughout CHS could not capitalize and the game ended in a scoreless tie.

    CHS forward Ryley Settles and Ayala's Lori Sandoval chase after ...

  • Fred Saca, co-owner of Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine, opened the restaurant with his wife Nadia in 1992 at Peppertree Square the corner of Arrow Highway and Indian Hill Boulevard. They moved to their current location on Second Street in the Village in 1998

    Fred Saca, co-owner of Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine, opened th...

  • The lamb shawerma sandwich wrapped in a pita is typical of the food served at Saca’s in the Claremont Village. The recipes are mostly the creations of co-owner Nadia Saca.

    The lamb shawerma sandwich wrapped in a pita is typical of the f...

  • Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine is a familiar sight on the south side of Second Street in the Claremont Village.

    Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine is a familiar sight on the south ...

  • The menu at Sacas

    The menu at Sacas...

  • Eunice Chavarin cleans the countertop at Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine on Monday in the Claremont Village.

    Eunice Chavarin cleans the countertop at Saca’s Mediterranean ...

  • David Hernandez prepares a lamb shawerma sandwich for a customer on Monday at Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine in the Claremont Village. The favorite dishes at the Second Street eatery include falafel platter and the shawerma chicken.

    David Hernandez prepares a lamb shawerma sandwich for a customer...

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