Food

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Studying on an empty stomach

Food insecurity is a scary reality for some higher education students. The stigma surrounding food insecurity often makes it difficult to discover how many students are paying the price of choosing education over having enough money to eat. According to Feeding America, a non-profit organization of a nationwide network of food banks, an estimated that…

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Best places to study by campus

Welcome to the fall 2015 semester. Since now is the time to hit the books, here are some suggestions for the best places around town to study. 1) Thirsteas Fresh Juice and Boba Teas located at 1137 E. Alosta Ave., Azusa next to Little Caesar’s Pizza in the College Center Shopping Center. When the line…

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Alumni brew to celebrate Citrus

The owners of Alosta Brewing Co. have a long relationship with Citrus College. Herb and Terry Adams, who are husband and wife, are proud to be alumni of who also have employment history at Citrus. “I actually went to Citrus and so did Terry, so did our kids,” Herb said. “Terry works there now. Her…

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Gastropub ‘crafts so hard’ on trivia nights

Travis Johnston, server at Bread & Barley attentlively tends to guests sitting at the bar area of the restaraunt on “Trivia Night.” Bread & Barley has six stools in the bar where guests get a close-up view of the electronic menu and freshly poured brews. (Evan Solano/Clarion) Gastropub Bread & Barley has brought life to…

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CK Café blossoms

CK’s is well known for their blossoming flower tea. A popular flavor is peach and lily with honey. (Macy Olivas/Clarion) By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer About fifteen minutes east of Citrus in the charming city of Claremont, college students frequent local shops, restaurants and cafes. One small business in particular, CK Café, is the…

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The Hip Kitty is the cat’s meow

The main bar of the Hip Kitty, features a wide array of drink options. Guests can take advantage of the weekly happy hour specials Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., which offers $4 well cocktails and $4 Pomona Queen and Black Beer. (Evan Solano/Citrus) By Sylvia Aparicio | Online Editor Tucked away…

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Thirsteas: blended to perfection

A Thirsteas employee shows a customer some of the menu offerings on display. The restaurant is a short walking distance from campus at the corner of Barranca Avenue and Alosta Avenue. By Careesa Campbell | Opinions Editor  From trendy acai bowls, fusion teas and healthy smoothies, to milk tea and fluff ice, Thirsteas Fresh Juice &…

A not so sweet treat

By Careesa Campbell | Opinions Editor  The Kool ‘n’ Frooti in Glendora is a sparkling clean shop, but looks can be deceiving. Upon walking in the empty store late Wednesday afternoon, I was not greeted by anyone. In fact I was inside for about 15 minutes with no sign of an employee anywhere. It wasn’t until…

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Irish eyes are smiling

Food supervisor Philomena O’Shea serves up her authentic Irish treats made from scratch. The dishes served consisted of corned beef and cabbage, hearty meat pies and raisin-filled soda bread in the Owl Cafe. (Anne Marie Miranda/Clarion) By Anne Marie Miranda | Staff Writer Food supervisor, Philomena O’Shea brought her own version of a hundred thousand welcomes…