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COURIER week in pictures: 2-14-14

  • Stamp Your Heart Out owner Joan Bunte tries on a Santa hat on Tuesday at her Village store. Earlier that morning Ms. Bunte announced that she was closing the store she has run for 25 years.

    Stamp Your Heart Out owner Joan Bunte tries on a Santa hat on Tu...

  • Tony Award winning songwriter Bobby Lopez smiles as he watches rehearsal of his play “Avenue Q, School Edition” on Monday at Claremont High School. Mr. Lopez received a Tony for best original score for his work on the more risqué adult version.

    Tony Award winning songwriter Bobby Lopez smiles as he watches r...

  • Claremont High School thespians Isabel Page, left, Odette Finn and Emerson Dawalder sing “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist” on Monday during rehearsal at CHS. The students had the honor to perform the song for the man who wrote it.

    Claremont High School thespians Isabel Page, left, Odette Finn a...

  • El Roble student Jack Xiao will be presenting a solo piano recital this Sunday at the Claremont Community School of Music. The 12-year-old has quite a remarkable talent and is already playing compositions that challenge even the finest pianists.

    El Roble student Jack Xiao will be presenting a solo piano recit...

  • Chino Hills’ Amanda Ball fights for the ball with Claremont’s Karsyn Jordan and Merin Arft on Wednesday at Claremont High School. The Chino Hills team consistently out ran Claremont during their Sierra League match and came out on top 4-0.

    Chino Hills’ Amanda Ball fights for the ball with Claremont’...

  • Claremont’s Raven Wilbur and Chino Hills’ Dayna Garcia collide while chasing the ball on Tuesday during the second half of their Sierra League match up at CHS.

    Claremont’s Raven Wilbur and Chino Hills’ Dayna Garcia colli...

  • On a clear day it's easy to see downtown Los Angeles from the top of the 210 freeway off ramp at Base Line Road in Claremont.

    On a clear day it's easy to see downtown Los Angeles from the to...

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