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COURIER week in pictures 7-18-14

  • A hummingbird feeds on an agapanthus recently in North Claremont. Local residents got a brief break from the hot temperatures this week with a slight sprinkle on Monday. Unfortunately the clouds gave way to more hot days and higher humidity

    A hummingbird feeds on an agapanthus recently in North Claremont...

  • A variety of different signs including the A-frame sandwich board in front of Podge’s Claremont Juice Company, are visible in the 100 block of Yale in the Claremont Village.

    A variety of different signs including the A-frame sandwich boar...

  • Victorious Tattoo co-owner Diana Avila shows off the tattoo she got from her shop’s artist Zack Moore of Upland. On Tuesday Mr. Moore added some additional colors and highlights to the design.

    Victorious Tattoo co-owner Diana Avila shows off the tattoo she ...

  • Hector Paramo checks out the tattoo on his partner Diana Avila arm, as artist Zack Moore suggests future improvements he could make to it on Tuesday at Victorious Tattoo in Claremont.

    Hector Paramo checks out the tattoo on his partner Diana Avila a...

  • A pedestrian approaches the intersection of Cambridge Avenue and Arrow High Way in south Claremont, on Thursday. The intersection will be getting $198,753 make over through the city’s Safe Routes to School program.

    A pedestrian approaches the intersection of Cambridge Avenue and...

  • Bear Ride, Pilgrim Place resident and sister to Sally Ride, shares a memory with Lynn Sherr and the audience, on Friday at Pilgrim Place’s Decker Hall.  Ms. Sherr is the author of the biography “Sally Ride: America’s First Woman in Space”

    Bear Ride, Pilgrim Place resident and sister to Sally Ride, shar...

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